CLEVELAND — Valentine's Day is only a few weeks away and if you're looking for a special way to celebrate with your loved one, here are some ideas.
Dinner to go
Cleveland Independents has gathered a list of restaurants around Northeast Ohio offering dinners to go so that you can celebrate at home with your loved ones. To view their list, click here.
The Akron Zoo is hosting "Owl Be Your Valentine" where guests can visit animals and make their own valentines. For more information, click here.
Go to a winery
Old Firehouse Winery in Geneva-on-the-Lake have igloos available for groups of people to enjoy while sipping on your favorite wine. For more information, click here.
Rent a gondola
Rocky River Wine Bar is home to gondolas where you can enjoy your meal with your significant other in a neat and socially distanced way. For more information, click here.
Not in a relationship? Love yourself
Saucy Brew Works isn't celebrating Valentine's Day, but instead, is celebrating Love you, bye Day. They want to celebrate individuals, rather than couples this Feb. 14. For more information, click here.
Beer and brie
Platform Beer Company will be selling Valentine's Day boxes that would be perfect for a boozy picnic or date night. For more information, click here.
Virtual wine tasting
Valentine's Day is known for chocolates and sweets, but why not make those with your loved one instead of buying them? Annie's Signature Sweets will be hosting a virtual class where you can learn to make macarons from home. For more information, click here.
"Attend" a concert
You might not be able to go out and listen to your favorite band, but you can still have a romantic night while listening to live music. Playhouse Square will be hosting a live-streamed concert. For more information, click here.
Need a gift for your loved one? Why not shop local. 78th Street Studios will be hosting a shopping event where you can meet the local artists and purchase unique gifts. Click here for more information.