Want to impress your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day or Date Night? We’ve got the perfect limousine or party bus for you! Haven’t made your plans yet? We’ve got some ideas, ranging from classic dinners and elegant evening to a Valentine’s haunted house. Make your evening even more special with a luxury vehicle driven by one of our professionally trained chauffeurs. We’re also sweetening the deal with a special discount – see below for details!
Sweetheart Deal for Date Nights
From Feb. 1-29, we’re offering a 15% discount on hourly rentals. Discount applies only to sedans, SUVs, Van Terras, and Executive Van Terras! Rates are based on selection of vehicle, hours rented from pickup to dropoff, and location of pickup. Use promo code : 20DATENIGHTS15
*Offer Not Valid on Valentine’s Day 2/14/2020. Vehicles based on availability.
Ideas for Date Night
Wine and Dine: For the most romantic restaurants in the DMV, check out lists OpenTable and TripAdvisor. Washingtonian also just came out with their 100 Best Restaurants list. Don’t want to pick up a copy and go through that many? Here’s an online version of their Top 20 list.
Wine and Wine: Join one of our upcoming public wine tours and enjoy tastings at two wineries (on Feb. 15 we’re going to Blue Valley Vineyard and Three Fox Vineyards). Or, customize a private winery tour to the locations of your choice. For a full day of tastings, buy tickets to the Loudoun County Winter Barrel Tasting on Saturday Feb. 22. Winemakers at more than a dozen wineries will be opening their cellars for tastings directly from the barrel.
Elegant Evenings: Waltz the night away and enjoy authentic Italian food and refreshments at Italian Embassy’s A Night in Verona. Glide along the Potomac River on a three-hour dinner cruise aboard the Odyssey. Don your best flapper dresses and pinstripe suits to dance the night away at a Valentine’s Day Gatsby Party at The Mansion on O Street.
District Wharf: On Monday nights take your sweetheart to try curling, the Olympic sport that combines shuffleboard and hockey, on the Wharf Ice Rink. Then sample island themed cocktails at Tiki TNT, oysters at Rappahannock Oyster Bar, or upscale Filipino cuisine at Kaliwa.
My Bloody Valentine: A sequel to their Shocktober haunted house during Halloween, Carlheim Manor opens its doors on Feb. 14 and 15 for a tour of 32 rooms of terror. Tickets start at $35; click here for more details and to purchase tickets
Celebrate FeBREWary: Port City Brewing in Alexandria gets into the holiday spirit with Love is Hell: A Valentine’s Day Horror Experience, featuring games and photo stations. For a more festive evening, head to Old Ox Brewery is hosting Beer My Valentine – a beer and chocolate pairing event with The Conche. For a three-course dinner under the stars, don’t miss Dirt Farm Brewing’s Valentine’s Couples Dinner.
National Harbor: Watch the sunset from aboard The Capital Wheel before dining at your choice of more than 40 restaurants. Or snag a ticket to hear Smokey Robinson’s smooth sounds at the Theater at MGM National Harbor.
Couples Who Cook Together: In February, Cookology expands their Friday night Date Night offerings to a culinary extravaganza of Valentine classes. Highlights include a Galentine’s Night, Dinner for Singles, Valentine’s Cupcake Wars, Nerd Love (learn sous vide and molecular gastronomy) and Romantic French Fire (a certified saber technician will teach you how to properly chop off the top of a champagne bottle!). Click here for more info and to register for these sweet classes.
Sip and Sculpt Chocolate: Celebrate early with an elegant evening of cocktails, three-course dinner and chocolate making class at The Conche at the Village at Leesburg. You’ll be working in their chocolate lab with master chocolatiers Sara Dobson and Kathleen Faliski to create sweet treats to enjoy. Click here for more info and to register.