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Posted at 11:37 AM ET, 02/14/2011

Flirting with warm weather

By Amy Joyce

We may not be quite here yet, but we're getting a taste of the warm weather to come. (Tracy A. Woodward/The Washington Post)

What a perfect way to celebrate Valentine's Day: Shed the coat and get some rays!

Looking for a lunch spot? How about taking a stroll in this almost-60 degree day and stand in line at one of the hot food carts around town. Check out our aggregator that tells you where and when the carts are today. Or even treat yourself to the first ice cream of the season -- be like Zach Burroughs and leave the coat in your office.

Interested in a different kind of lunchtime stroll -- like, one that includes a place where you can buy your sweetie some sweets? Walk away from downtown to the 14th Street strip. There, you can have lunch, buy chocolates and wine, or even find yourself a great outfit for your hot date tonight.

Chocolates not your thing? How about taming your cravings, and showing your love some love, with some of the best cupcakes around.

By Amy Joyce  | February 14, 2011; 11:37 AM ET
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