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Get romantic with your partner this Valentine's week



Fun places to go to celebrate and your partnership

Get romantic with your partner this Valentine's week


Valentine's Day is a great way to take some time for just the two of you. Reconnect with your partner at one of these romantic venues.


February 10


Shadows on the Hudson's Valentine's Day Dinner. Shadows' culinary team is preparing an amazing three-course prix fixe menu for only $74.95 per person featuring Burgundy Braised Beef Short Ribs, 12-ounce Prime Rib, Seared Sea Scallops, and much more. Must make reservations. 4pm. 176 Rinaldi Blvd, Poughkeepsie. (845) 486-9500. Feb. 10-14

Valentine's Day Dinner @ The Thayer Hotel at West Point. Valentine’s Day Dinner at The Thayer Hotel – This Valentine’s Day, enjoy a romantic dinner for two in MacArthur’s Riverview Restaurant, or indulge in their Valentine’s Overnight Package which includes the same five course meal, as well as luxurious overnight accommodations for two. Available on Friday February 10th, Saturday February 11th, and Tuesday, February 14th. Dinner includes a five course pre-fixe menu and a complimentary bottle of house red or white wine. $250 per couple. 7pm. 674 Thayer Road, West Point. 


Feb. 10-12, 14, 17-19


Valentine's Day Dinner. Enjoy exclusive dinner specials at The Homestead Restaurant (available in addition to the regular dinner menu on Feb. 10-12, 14, 17-19). Enjoy their Piedmontese Prime Rib, 75-Day Dry-Aged NY Strip with herb butter, Zuppa di Pesce, 

Crab-Stuffed Lobster Tail, Forever Cocktail (Rosé, raspberry liqueur, red apple liqueur + lime juice), Passion Cocktail (Smirnoff Vanilla, Alize passion fruit liqueur, fresh lime sour, passion fruit juice). 20% Off Bottles of Champagne (Supplies are limited; we strongly suggest you pre-order your bottle when you make your reservation.) 4:30pm. The Homestead Restaurant at The Eldred Preserve, 1040 State Route 55, Eldred. (845) 557-8316.

February 11


Valentine’s Day Dinner at Restaurant 1915. Bring your loved one for a romantic Valentine’s Day Dinner which includes your choice of an appetizer, entrée, and dessert. Must make reservations. Restaurant 1915 will also be open on Valentine’s Day,  from 2–10pm with the standard restaurant menu. 4pm. 3020 Seven Lakes Drive, Bear Mountain. 845-786-2731 Ext. 1090.


February 11 & 12


Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique. Leon Botstein and The Orchestra Now kick off the spring 2023 season with an ultra-Romantic concert featuring Berlioz’s epic tale of an artist’s passion for a beautiful woman, Symphonie fantastique, and Henselt’s remarkably beautiful Piano Concerto, which was debuted by Clara Schumann in 1844. 7pm. 60 Manor Ave, Annandale-on-Hudson. (845) 758-7900.

February 12


Galentines Brunch. Take your gal pals for a fun and delicious brunch. Tickets are now available! Send an email to  events@windinghillsgc.com with your name and the total number in your party. We will email you an invoice for payment, the invoice needs to be paid within 24 hours to secure your seat. Seatings are 10am and 12:30pm. The Venue at Winding Hills Golf Club, 1847 State Rout 17-K, Montgomery.

CELEBRATING PARTNERSHIP: Guided Couples' Forest Bathing Session. Reconnect with your sweetie(s) and enjoy the natural beauty of winter through the magic of the Japanese-inspired practice of forest bathing. We'll explore the forest and connect with nature through a slow-paced, easeful sensory exploration based on the Japanese practice of Shinrin-yoku ("forest bathing"). Your trained and certified guide will lead the way, offering partnership invitations designed to connect with your partner and with your authentic way of being in the outdoors. 1pm. Blue Mountain Park, 435 Welcher Ave., Peekskill. forest.baths@gmail.com.

Valentine's Vegan Pop-up. A love filled vegan pop-up shop at Lile + Rose Collective. Try their doughnuts, empanadas, cakes & baked goods, chocolates & flowers, Caribbean influenced foods and lots more. 1pm. 12 North Division St, Peekskill. (914) 772-4087.

February 14


Sip, Paint, Love - A Bubbles & Brushes Valentine's Event. A Special Event at City Winery: Love is in the Air and on the Canvas! Vicki Andrade from ArtVicki is back to draw out your inner Picasso through expert tutelage as you replicate Vicki’s own creation for Valentine’s Day. guided wine tastings with small bites that showcase each wine’s notes

Full Menu available for additional ordering a la carte. Event takes place in beautiful Main Falls Room $75 per ticket. Aprons, tools, paint and medium will be provided. 6:00pm. 23 Factory St, Montgomery. 


Sweetheart Dinner. Celebrate Valentine’s Day at The Venue with our Sweetheart Dinner, a 4 Course Dinner for Two!! Pre-paid tickets are required. To reserve your seating please email events@windinghillsgc.com with your name, phone number, and time requested. An invoice will be sent and needs to be paid within 24 hours to secure your seat.*Price is $150/Couple plus tax, gratuity, and online processing fee. Seatings are 5:30pm & 7:30pm. 1847 State Route 17-K, Montgomery. 845-457-9875.


Valentine’s Day Dinner. Enjoy their Winter Menu with Valentine’s Dinner Specials.

Reserve your table online. 5:00pm. 268 Main Street, Goshen. (845) 294-5526.

Valentine's Dinner & Show Falando de Amor (Speaking of Love). Treat your date to a romantic evening with dinner and a show at Jazz on Main, an intimate jazz club where you will be treated by our warm and doting staff. Enjoy a Jazz Quartet that will perform Brazilian and American Standards featuring Brazilian-American vocalist Beatriz Malnic with a trio of exemplary musicians. Your purchased reservation includes the show, prix fixe menu and glass of wine/champagne. 7pm. Jazz on Main, 37 S Moger Ave., Mount Kisco. (914) 730-2399.



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