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    Smile Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    Which would you rather have - A romantic dinner at home or dinner night out?

    Since I am the cook in the household, I love to go out to dinner with a romantic setting with just my hubby and I. I want to be spoiled by someone cooking for me. My hubby does not know how to cook, if he did, then I might spend the romantic dinner at home.

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    Re: Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    I agree with you. My wife and I both love to cook but we don't get to go out much so if we can, we will. We love to try new restaurants and I don't mind spending a good chunk of money since we don't do it much. Valentines night is just so busy everywhere though....

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    Re: Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    What about a little bit of both? Like, if you had dinner out and then came home and did dessert (I'm sure your husband could find an easy yet delectable desert to make that he couldn't screw up and would still wow you). Or vice versa-cook at home and then go out for a little bit of drinks and dessert.

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    Re: Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    I voted for eating at home. We have done the big meal and the meal at home. Best Valentine's Dinner out was at The Fort in Colorado for our first V Day as a married couple. We went the day after, which was my birthday, so it served a double purpose. And we didn't have to have the hassle of crowds.

    Now that we have kids and babysitters are so far away, it is next to impossible to go out for date night, much less V Day.
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    Re: Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    Dinner out is the BEST!

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    Re: Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    Anyone ever try the Sky Room here in Long Beach?

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    Re: Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    My husband is probably a better cook than I am so I would prefer a quiet meal at home after the kids go to sleep. I do like to go out every now and then, but I feel like we can take our time when we are home.

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    Re: Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    Quote Originally Posted by MissChristine View Post
    What about a little bit of both? Like, if you had dinner out and then came home and did dessert (I'm sure your husband could find an easy yet delectable desert to make that he couldn't screw up and would still wow you). Or vice versa-cook at home and then go out for a little bit of drinks and dessert.
    Sounds nice, I didn't think about a few drinks afterwards. Oooo and dessert drinks are yummy.

    Quote Originally Posted by cal4iri View Post
    Anyone ever try the Sky Room here in Long Beach?
    I just googled that and there's review that says "don't waste your money".

    I haven't been there.
    Last edited by Ginarella; 02-01-2008 at 10:36 AM.

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    Re: Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    Dinner out without the kids. That's the plan this year. Combo year for us, 20th anniversary of when we started dating. Don't try the math, I was young. lol

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    Re: Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    I don't think it's in the same restaurant anymore (and I totally forgot the city it was in), but how about one of those mystery dinner theatre deals. I had a blast last year going there, dinner ... a show ... and that particular restaurant had a really nice singer that only sang Rat Pack songs. It was great!

    Again, I'm sure the restaurant isn't the same, but it is fun if you are into something different. Look up Dinner Detective online.

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    Re: Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    Hubby does most of the cooking and I work at home so dinner out is more romantic to us. We prefer to go to the Ruth's Chris in Scottsdale because they have romantic booths rather than tables but I have been wanting to try out one of the Melting Pot Fondue places and maybe feed each other.

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    Re: Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    Quote Originally Posted by TikiRoomLiz View Post
    I don't think it's in the same restaurant anymore (and I totally forgot the city it was in), but how about one of those mystery dinner theatre deals. I had a blast last year going there, dinner ... a show ... and that particular restaurant had a really nice singer that only sang Rat Pack songs. It was great!

    Again, I'm sure the restaurant isn't the same, but it is fun if you are into something different. Look up Dinner Detective online.

    I've done that Mystery Dinner theatre show. It is fun. But thanks for bringing it up again it's been awhile since Todd and I been to a mystery show.

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    Re: Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    Quote Originally Posted by Ginarella View Post
    I just googled that and there's review that says "don't waste your money".

    I haven't been there.
    I admit, it was expensive but I enjoyed it. I thought the food was good. Some really good!! Some just average.

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    Re: Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    My vote went to go out. Do napa rose if you can. The food was amazing, and more importantly, the wine selection was IMMACULATE.

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    Re: Valentine's Romantic Dinner-Question

    dinner out, cause dinner usually is always spent at home. I've always wanted to go to Paris in las vegas and have a romantic weekend, or at a bed and breakfast.

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