Valentine’s Day For Potential Love Birds — Where To Find Your SO In SF

For those who don’t find the appeal of celebrating Valentine’s Day, cheer up to these Bay Area food, drink, and chill spots. Finding love is completely optional but why not get your S.A.D out while you can.

Photo courtesy of KitTeaPhoto courtesy of KitTea

Photo courtesy of KitTea

KitTea SF Speed Dating

Both Bumble and KitTea have something in common, the love for a good time. There will be one-on-one mini dates for seven minutes each, as well as light snacks and complimentary tea sourced directly from Japan. The buttery sweet Genmaicha or the Happy Tails herbal blend with notes of hibiscus, lavender, and orange are perfect ice breakers. You’re expected to be both crazy about cats so meow your way into each others hearts. (You don’t have to be obsessed with cats.) // Must be between 25 and 35 years old to sign-up, $42, Friday, February 10, 8-10pm, 96 Gough St,

Birba Valentine’s Day Menu

Birba’s Valentine’s Day menu will be an exciting selection of decadent options: baked cheeses, caviar and buckets of Champagne, alongside in-house favorites like charcuterie and small bites with a Spanish flair — this new wine bar in Hayes Valley is all about tending to your new love. Can’t stay the whole night? Call ahead before tomorrow and get yourself a personalized Birba picnic basket. The contents include: reusable bento Bag, 2 glasses, wooden utensils, napkins, bubbles ($80 all in) or Champagne ($100 all in), Pork Rillettes, Heirloom Pickles, dried figs, chocolate truffles, crackers, sheep’s cheese. // Taking Orders until Saturday Feb 11th at 10am, in person or here, pickup on Monday Feb 13th 3-9pm and Feb 14th 11-10pm, 458 Grove St,

Urban Putt

Located in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission district, Urban Putt is the City’s first and only indoor miniature golf course. Urban Putt offers guests a fun, only-in-San Francisco experience with top-notch food and drinks, and a fantastical, high-tech 14-hole mini-golf course. Steve Fox—along with a dream team of industrial designers, robotics engineers, welders and artists–have created a technically sophisticated playground for people of all ages, where imagination has free reign and all of the senses are engaged. Bring a sweetie and get golfing. // 1096 S Van Ness Ave,

Barzotto Beer Menu

Coinciding with SF Beer Week, Barzotto is offering it’s fabulous beer menu to those lovers who jive with a brisk ale. For $60 per person, this date will include: A tasting flight of 3 Calicraft sparkling ales, Choice of salad (cabbage and kale or Little Gem), halibut tortellini in brodo with roasted fennel and pancetta. You can, of course, order anything off the normal menu but why not splurge and have a sophisticated time! // 1270 Valencia St,

Fenton’s Creamery V-Day Special

If anyone is craving an Oakland sweetie (sweets, mainly), we suggest heading to Fentons — a long time classic to the East Bay. For a limited time too, the shop will be selling cakes that read, “hella love you.” Who doesn’t love a Bay Area-centric cake phrase? Cakes are $32.95 each for a 6″ round and $48.95 for 9″ round. Fentons recommends calling 4 days in advance to pre-order the cake. They will have some on sale for walk-ins as supplies last. // 4226 Piedmont Ave,

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Valentine’s Day For Potential Love Birds — Where To Find Your SO In SF
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