Best Date Night Spots for Valentine's Day
Whether you’re looking for a romantic date night out with your significant other this Valentine’s Day, or if you are avoiding the holiday entirely and plan on staying cozy on the couch, I’ve got you covered!
I’ve put together some favorite romantic and fun things to do in Sonoma with your significant other, best friend, or family.
What better time than Valentine's Day should you and your significant other (or family!) go all out and splurge on dinner at one of the best restaurants in Wine Country?
Book a Spa Day
With several world-class hotel/spa properties in Sonoma Valley, why not just take the whole day off and enjoy spa treatments prior to a romantic evening out? Facial, massage, manicure...or all three! A couple of great spots for this are the Raindance Spa at The Lodge at Sonoma or The Willowstream Spa at the Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn.
St. Francis Winery
Begin your night with an intimate sparkling wine toast paired with a chef-designed amuse-bouche. Executive Chef Trevor Eliason creates a unique menu with an exquisite fifth-course for you and your sweetheart. Share an intimate candlelit experience, with each tantalizing course expertly paired with St. Francis's premium Artisan Collection wines. Event info and tickets here.
After the truffles, roses, champagne and culinary specialties have been consumed, it’s time to cap off Valentine’s night with an evening of nostalgia, humor, impeccable harmonies and pure entertainment presented by E & M Presents. Rockapella, the five-man acapella sensation, returns to the Napa Valley for one show at the Napa Valley College Performing Arts Center on Thursday, February 14, at 7:30 pm. No instruments, no tracks, no mirrors! Purchase tickets here.
A Winter Piano Concert
For those who don't mind a belated Valentine treat, the Jack London Piano Club returns on Sunday, February 17 with a winter concert of beautiful piano music to warm your soul and your valentine's heart. Arrive early to see the newly redesigned House of Happy Walls museum then transcend the everyday with an afternoon listening to your piano favorites played on Charmain London's 1901 Steinway piano. Purchase tickets here.