5 Great Ideas For A Romantic Valentine’s Day In Nashville
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so it’s time to start brainstorming ways to show that special someone that you care. It can be hard to come up with fresh ideas year after year, so why not let us help? Here are a 5 fun events that are sure to make your 2017 Valentine’s Day one to remember…
1. Valentine’s Wine Social
Few things are more romantic than a nice bottle of wine. But why settle for just one bottle? This Valentine’s Day, you can treat your sweetheart a full-scale wine tasting. This wine tasting is being put on by the Nashville Direct Cellars Wine Club, and it features artisan wines from such destinations as Argentina, Italy, South Africa, and more! The wines are paired hors d’oeuvres and the food is sure to blow you away.
This wine tasting in being held on Tuesday, February 14th, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. It’s set to be held at the “O” Gallery in Marathon Station. It costs $10 for a ticket, and space is limited, so be sure to head over to Eventbrite and buy a ticket as soon as you can!
2. Dinner & A Show At City Winery
This Valentine’s Day, consider buying a ticket to hear Rebecca Sayre, one of Nashville’s premier jazz vocalists and pianists, serenade you over a delicious 5-course dinner. Each course of this dinner is paired with a specially selected wine. However, if you feel like ordering a cocktail, the bar will be available to you as well.
The dinner includes mouthwatering dishes such as Seafood Crudo. Sockeye Salmon, White Chocolate, Parsnip Soup, Coca Rubbed Beef Tenderloin, True Chocolate Molten Cake, and more. This menu was prepared by chef Garrett Pittler and the wine pairings were selected by sommelier Jenelle Engleson. All dinner reservations also come with a complimentary, limited edition bottle of house made wine. Interested? Then buy a ticket today!
3. Go See The Sound Of Music, Live!
We all know the Sound of Music as the musically whimsical classic film, but it’s also a play. And it’s a play that will be performed, on Valentine’s Day, right here in Nashville. In fact, Valentine’s Day is opening night for this production!
The Sound of Music will be performed at Tennessee Performing Arts Center (or TPAC) in Andrew Hall from February 14th to February 19th. It’s been getting rave reviews! You can check out a preview of the play HERE, and you buy yourself tickets HERE. Don’t miss out.
4. Go To The Art Museum
If you’re tired of the same old cliche Valentine’s Days year in and year out, why not shake things up and go some where new? The Frist is an amazing institution that, at any given time, is full of interesting exhibits.
Just a few days before the 14th, a new exhibit will open up called “The Secrets of Buddhist Art: Tibet, Japan, and Korea.” This will be accompanied by other, similar artistic showings, and features art dating back to ancient times. For more information, visit the Frist’s website.
5. Visit The Cheekwood Botanical Garden
The Cheekwood Botanical Garden is a great destination for any holiday, especially if you’re looking for romance. Valentine’s day is no exception. The gardens are a gorgeous walk during the day, but during this part of the winter, the Christmas lights are sure to still be up.
In addition to the garden itself, Cheekwood also has an art museum. It should also be noted that this would be a great place to bring the whole family, if you can’t find a sitter for the kids. For more information, visit the official Cheekwood website, HERE.