Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! It’s the time to awaken all your senses and get the romance flowing. Here are some Valentine’s events that seem to speak to each of the senses:
Valentine’s Day: That’s A Moray at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium certainly will tempt your tastebuds, but getting to dine under the sea while surrounded by the aquarium’s creatures is a unique visual treat. Tickets are $90 per person (you save $10 if you’re a passholder) and include a three-course dinner, a glass of wine, and passed hors d’oeuvres, as well as a talk on seahorses. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
The Greenhouse Tavern knows the way to your sweetie’s heart. With a unique and tantalizing menu that includes caviar, oysters, heart, and chocolates, you’ll be feeling the power of the aphrodisiacs by course two! This nine-course dinner is $65 per person, with optional $35 per person drink pairings. Reservations are accepted from 5pm-10pm on Valentine’s Day. Call 216-443-0511 to reserve.
One of the most evocative senses is that of smell. So, get your nose twitching with some delicious cooking smells at the Loretta Paganini School of Cooking. The Valentine’s Day couples classes are already sold out, but there are a lot of other great options including a Valentine’s dinner at Sappore and a Valentine’s luncheon. Check out the schedule here.
It’s hot and sweaty and your twisting your body into unusual positions and it’s yoga, people! Get your om on with your honey at Harmony Yoga‘s Valentine’s Day Couples Yoga on Saturday, February 16. An hour-and-a-half beginners-level class is followed by wine and appetizers. Cost is $50 per couple. Click here for more information and to register.
There aren’t many places in Cleveland more romantic than Severance Hall. On Valentine’s Day, the Cleveland Orchestra will present two of Beethoven’s symphonies, conducted by Herbert Bloomstedt. Enjoy beautiful music in a beautiful setting with your beautiful special someone! Tickets range from $31 to $125. For more information about the show and to purchase tickets, click here.
However you celebrate, having a sense-stimulating Valentine’s Day!