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Date Nights at the Galleria: Tuesday is the New Friday


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Stuck in a relationship rut? Longing for a night out with your best friend? Wanting good food without a hefty tab? Well lucky for you, Tuesday is “Date Night” at the Galleria in Edina.

Every Tuesday in August from 4–11 p.m., CRAVE, Pittsburgh Blue and Good Earth are celebrating your night out with special meals and drinks for two served from a unique menu—all at a price that will leave you and your date happy.

After your meal, stop by Guest Services and pick up a “bounce back card” with deals and specials from participating stores at the Galleria. Retailers like Ampersand, Creative Kidstuff, David Yurman, Lucy, Twill, Williams-Sonoma and others have discounts ranging from 20 percent off your purchase to complimentary gifts. Scheherazade Jewelers even offers $100 off any custom design jewelry purchase.

Beyond those delicious dinner options and retail deals, you can also enter to win an overnight stay at The Westin Edina Galleria for you and your date. A winner will be chosen each Friday in August at random, meaning no matter which Tuesday you dine you still have a chance to win. You don’t have to dine at the Galleria to enter, either; any shopper is welcome to put their name in the drawing.

Three date nights are still on the calendar, so check out the dinner deals below and reserve a date through participating websites.

Restaurant Date Night deals on August 11, 18 & 25


Celebrate the night out with your date at CRAVE with a three-course dinner for two at only $50. Add a bottle of wine for $10. Make a reservation at CRAVE.

Pittsburgh Blue

Take your love, best friend or casual date for a $69.95 Surf & Turf dinner for two at Pittsburgh Blue—the steak, chops, seafood restaurant and bar. Make a reservation at Pittsburgh Blue.

Good Earth

Grab your date and head over to Good Earth for a three-course dinner for two at only $50. You can also add a bottle of wine for $10, making it an easy and delicious date. Make a reservation at Good Earth

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