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Ntine’s Day dates


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Where: Rock City, 1400 Patten Road, Lookout ountain

When: Today-Monday, Feb. 13-17

Cost: $44 per couple Feb. 13-14; $49 per couple eb. 15-17

For more informatio­n: https://tickets.lookutmoun­ hare what’s in your heart to your sweetheart gainst the romantic backdrop of Lover’s Leap verlook — the perfect place for a proposal. ither package includes two tickets to Rock ity, two glasses of sparkling wine or cider t Cafe 7, one souvenir photo and one slice of alentine’s Day fudge.


Where: Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant, 2 W. quarium Way

When: 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14

Cost: Menu prices

For more informatio­n: 423-708-8505

If mood music is too mushy for you, then aybe some Southern rockabilly, gospel or ountry is more your style. Jason Lee Wilon and James County will entertain guests, haring stories of legends and the land that haped them. eservation­s required; book online or call 23-708-8505.


Where: Mayan Kitchen, 507 Broad St.

When: 10 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14

Cost: $10 per person

For more informatio­n: https://www.

Valentine’s Day shouldn’t wrap up when inner is finished. Stop in Mayan Kitchen for Passion Fruit Mojito and dancing to music f DJ Zach Givarz. This party is open to singles and couples.

Guests who eat Valentine’s Day dinner at the restaurant automatica­lly get in the party for free. Must be 21 or older to attend.


› Where: Ruby Falls, 1720 S. Scenic Highway, Lookout Mountain

› When: Feb. 14-16

› Cost: $69 per couple

› For more informatio­n:­uby

This after-hours date night takes couples 1,120 feet below the summit of Lookout Mountain for a guided tour of the cavern lit only by handheld lanterns.

Guides will share tales of local legendary romances, including that of Leo Lambert and his wife, Ruby, which led to the discovery of Ruby Falls.



› Where: Former 2 Sons Kitchen and Market location, 422 E. M.L. King Blvd.

› When: 7-11 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14

› Cost: $70

› For more informatio­n: https://www.

Here’s a pop-up dinner in the former 2 Sons location that offers a six-course meal with cocktail pairings from the Lil Oso team.


› Where: Crabtree Farms, 1000 E. 30th St.

› When: 6:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14

› Cost: $30 individual, $54 couples

› For more informatio­n: https://crabtreefa­

Here’s a night out that doesn’t require a date or is a good choice for a purely platonic date night. Join this workshop to learn the art of tying a variety of useful knots led by Robert

Temple and Jessie Gantt-Temple. Participan­ts may bring their favorite beverage as well as finger foods to share.


› Where: The Whitebird in the Edwin Hotel,

102 Walnut St.

› When: Friday-Saturday, Feb. 14-15

› Cost: $65 per person, exclusive of taxes and 22 percent service charge

› For more informatio­n: 423-713-5900

Enjoy a four-course, locally inspired Valentine’s dinner in The Whitebird that includes crispy pork belly with charred cabbage and tamarind glaze, hanger steak with shiitake mushrooms, roasted baby carrots and, to top it off, chocolate fudge with peppered strawberri­es and meringue.

The hotel is also offering a romantic getaway package that includes spa treatments, three-course dinner for two, welcome beverage and more.


› Where: Read House, 107 W. M.L. King Blvd.

› When: Dinner seatings at 5 or 7:30 p.m. Friday or Saturday, Feb. 14-15

› Cost: Dinner for two starts at $199

› For more informatio­n: https://www.thereadhou­

If you haven’t seen the historic Read House since its renovation, here’s your chance to enjoy dinner for two and overnight accommodat­ions in its Gatsby-era charm.

Your stay will include an in-room bottle of cham

pagne, chocolate swans and four-course prix-fixe dinner for two with optional wine pairing ($45) in the opulent Green Room, where Naomi Ingram will entertain diners.


› Where: The Moxy, 1220 King St.

› When: Friday, Feb. 14, continuing through Dec. 30

› Cost: Rates are per room per night

› For more informatio­n: 1-800-228-9290

Leave the kids with the grandparen­ts and enjoy a romantic downtown getaway with this package that includes a box of chocolates and bottle of champagne on arrival, $40 Moxy Moolah and late check-out. Advance

reservatio­ns required; use promotiona­l code LVU.


› Where: Frothy Monkey, 1400 Market St.

› When: After 5 p.m. today-Saturday, Feb. 13-15

› Cost: $50 per couple, bottle of wine additional $25

› For more informatio­n: https://frothymonk­­day2020/

Start your date-night dinner with a cheese plate or small salad. Choose from either braised beef short rib, herb-crusted mahi or penne pasta for your entree, then follow that with a shared dessert of chocolate pound cake layered with white-chocolate mousse and two chocolate truffles.

Open Table reservatio­ns are available online at



› Where: Princess Theatre, 215 S. Cedar Ave. in South Pittsburg, Tennessee

› When: 7 p.m. CST Saturday, Feb. 15

› Cost: $15 per person

› For more informatio­n: www.eventbrite. com

Dance and sing along to the music of Elvis and Carl Perkins at this fundraiser for the theater. Shake, Rattle & Roll oldies tribute band will perform.


› Where: Alhambra Shrine, 1000 Alhambra Drive

› When: 7-11 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15

› Cost: $10 per person

› For more informatio­n: 423-892-0223

Keep the spark in Friday’s romance alive by taking your sweetheart dancing on Saturday. DJ Ken Hughes will spin hits for this annual Shrine fundraiser that is bring-yourown-beverage and snacks.


› Where: Tennessee Valley Theatre, 184 W. Jackson Ave., Spring City, Tenn.

› When: 6 p.m. dinner, 7:30 p.m. program

› Cost: $22 singles, $40 couples

› For more informatio­n: 423-365-7529, reservatio­ns due today

After dining on roast pork or chicken, green beans, potatoes, salad, beverage and dessert, enjoy the music of emcee and soloist Vickie Gould. Also performing will be Linda Abel, Randy Bright, Justin and Kahala Jennings, Tony McCuiston and Kerri Pitt.


› Where: The Vibe Room, 3661 Brainerd Road, Suite 309

› When: 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15

› Cost: $25

› For more informatio­n: https://

The more you sip, the better your artwork will seem to appear. BYOB for this paint party.

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