Valentine’s Day 2010: Choices for Philly, Gloucester County and at Home
Valentine’s Day is one of the busiest nights for restaurants across the United States. Everyone seems to think the ideal way to celebrate “VDay” is with a fancy night on the town. Yet many foodies scoff at the idea of going out on Valentine’s night, knowing it’s often going to mean huge crowds, rushed service and boring set menus.
If you insist on going out for Valentines, I’ve compiled two lists of recommended restaurants: five picks for Gloucester County and 3 picks for Philadelphia. But if you’re feeling more creative and original, why not try one of my fun alternatives to restaurant dining on Valentine’s Day. Staying at home, you can have a much more relaxing – and romantic – experience for two.
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