It’s never too early to start planning your Valentine’s Day dates with your favorite sweetie! Whether you make it an all-out, over-the-top luxurious night just for the two of you or you plan a fun group date-night PlaceFull’s got the perfect spots for wining, dining, and showing your special someone how much you care.
Grab your sweetie (or sweeties!) and enjoy a private table, $100 towards your final bill, and all the live music your ears can handle! With rotating art work on the walls and different bands almost every night of the week, this is sure to be an evening to remember.
Easily one of the most exquisite venues in Seattle, Canlis is opening their uber-private Cache for private dinners. This luxurious evening gets you a table for up to 4 in the exclusive Cache Room with sweeping views of Lake Union and even a telescope for spying on peeps over on Capitol Hill.
Long a staple of Seattle’s food-scene Benihana is “dinner and show” with knife-flinging teppanyaki chefs who will cook up your dinner with panache and flair right at your table. Choose from delicious cuts of beef, chicken, pork, and seafood or delight your taste buds with freshly prepared, visually stunning sushi.
Nothing says Valentine’s quite like Wine and Chocolate. Enjoy a group Valentine’s date at Seattle’s Chocolate Box and have a wine flight expertly-paired with a selection of locally-made fine chocolates and truffles. Be prepared to show your ID kids, this is a 21+ evening!
PlaceFull has recently launched in the Portland area which means that planning your PDX Valentine’s Day Dates just got easier!
Grab your honey for a romantic (and economical!) Valentine’s Dinner at Slide Inn PDX. Dinner includes your choice of one appetizer, two entrees and one dessert. Cozy up with the retro-kitsch and Slide back to the past!
Bring along up to 5 of your coziest Valentines for a group wine tasting for 6 at one of Portland’s newest best rated small wineries. Spring for the cheese and salami option and have your wines paired with locally produced small-batch cheeses and charcuterie. Just make sure everyone partakes because nothing kills Valentine’s Day like only one person having salami-breath.