Reservations are filling up fast for this evening, but if you still don't have one, you don't have to go hungry -- or disappoint your date. You just have to be a bit flexible. Here's where -- as of posting time -- you can still get a table.
From our inboxes -- Valentine's Day ideas that will practically ensure you're single next year.
This week find three world-class DJs in D.C.: Rich Medina, Cosmo Baker and Ewan Pearson should all please the pickiest fans of dance music. Four bands you'll want to say you saw "way back when" fill the Rock and Roll Hotel this weekend, including Braids and Baths. Don't miss Hip-Hop Karaoke or some real hip-hop from up-and-coming Detroit wordsmith Black Milk. And finally, because you-know-what is Monday, we have some fun Valentine's Day ideas, ranging from shredding parties to slow jams.
Looking for a fun, kitschy date idea? Share a pot of fondue at Cafe Mozart.
Valentine's Day is without doubt a great excuse to try out that new restaurant or cocktail bar that just opened around the corner. But there's also an abundance of Valentine-themed events you may not want to miss. Whether you and your date prefer art, theater, film or - yes - the ukulele, there's something to get out and do beyond pure consumption.
You can't swing around a bag of chalky candy hearts this time of year without smacking an overpriced prix fixe tasting menu for two. It seems like a waste of space to list the overabundant $75, $125, $199 dollar "deals," so its lucky that there are a few plucky places offering something a little different this Feb. 14th.