One of the most common ways to spend Valentine’s Day with your loved one is to go out to one of your favorite restaurants. When planning out your Valentine’s Day dining, there is more to it than just asking your loved one where they want to go. According to Open Table Survey, 71% of Americans will plan to go out to eat on this holiday. Eddie’s Mexican Restaurant would like to share some Valentine’s Day dining tips, to make sure you and your loved one have a great Valentine’s Day.
Make a Reservation at a Restaurant
Valentine’s Day is a busy day for restaurants. As previously mentioned, on average 71% of all Americans will go out to eat for Valentine’s Day. You will want to plan to expect for a crowd. All restaurants are very busy on Valentine’s Day, which is why you will want to pick a restaurant with a more cozy set-up and atmosphere. A good restaurant will always design their seating to provide a bit of privacy and a cozy setting. After deciding on your restaurant, make reservations. When you make a reservation you will ensure you and your loved will be seated quickly and that you do not have to wait a long time to be served. Making reservations can greatly help make your Valentine’s Day more special when you avoid the hassle.
Is Dinner Busy for Valentine’s? Is Lunch Enough?
Should you plan to go eat for dinner or lunch? That choice is always up to you! However, to avoid a big crowd often couples will consider eating lunch versus dinner on Valentine’s Day. Lunch can be served anytime from 11:00 to 1:00. This time is often the best when you want to avoid a crowd. Dinner is usually served between 6:00 and 9:00. Nonetheless, if you want to avoid a big crowd, plan to go during off-peak hours. If you want to avoid a more cozy atmosphere, pick a time when the restaurant is less busy. For a great Valentine’s Day it doesn’t matter what time you go and eat whether you make dinner plans or lunch, as long as you celebrate it with your sweetheart.
What is a Good Valentine Meal?
When dining out on Valentine’s Day, you will want to make the meal a bit more special than when you usually go out to eat. For example, maybe you could order wine or margaritas versus a soda or water. Consider getting an appetizer, something the both of you really like. When planning out the main course you must save room for dessert. Nothing goes better with Valentine’s Day than dessert. You do not have to finish the main course. You can request a box and take the leftovers home for later. Just keep in mind that dessert is an important element for Valentine’s Day, so make sure to always get a dessert!
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With these tips you will be better prepared for this Valentine’s Day. If you are looking for a cozy restaurant for your Valentine’s Day, come on down to Eddie’s Mexican Restaurant or make your reservations today.