It’s time to treat your loved one, so let us help plan your February 14th celebrations…
SOME FLOWER TIPS
– Place your order early.
– Order flowers from a florist near your delivery location, not near you (if those are two different places)!
– Provide detailed delivery information (more is better).
– Ask the florist for suggestions; that may save you time, money & energy.
– Provide an acknowledgement address even if they don’t ask you for one – your recipient may receive multiple deliveries!
* Reference our Flower Shop Directory to find a shop near you.
A FEW CHOCOLATE/CANDY SHOPS
Bissinger’s French Confections
435 Wabasha St N • St. Paul, 651-292-1191
811 LaSalle Ct.• Minneapolis, 612-332-3220
2506 University Ave W
St. Paul, MN 55114
1363 Grand Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55105
Mall of America Shops
Godiva Chocolatier – E278
Lindt Chocolate – S284
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory – E128
Retail Store and Factory: 2073 St. Clair Avenue, 651-698-8603
Retail store: 1905 South Robert Street, 651-455-8864
SOME FIRESIDE DINING OPTIONS
* Read a description of each restaurant in our Dine Fireside feature.
1928 University Avenue N.E., Minneapolis,
Il Vesco Vino
579 Selby Avenue, St. Paul,
Kozy’s Steaks & Seafood
3220 Galleria, Edina,
5601 W. 78th Street, Bloomington,
Downtown Woodfire Grill
253 W. Seventh Street, St. Paul,
276 S. Exchange Street, St. Paul,
Nicollet Island Inn
95 Merriam Street, Minneapolis,
POSSIBLE VALENTINE’S DAY OUTINGS
Skating at The Depot
Holiday skating hours: 11am to 11pm. Check website for details, rental fees and rink features. www.thedepotminneapolis.com
Chanhassen Dinner Theater
Showing: Irving Berlin’s Easter Parade
501 W 78th St, Chanhassen, 952-934-1525, www.chanhassentheatres.com
Old Log Theater
Matinee Show: Over the Tavern
5185 Meadville St., Greenwood, 952-474-5951, www.oldlog.com
Oops Interaction Dinner Theatre
Showing: Lost in the Burmuda Triangle
2801 Snelling Ave. N, Roseville, 651-777-4150, oopsdinnertheatre.com
An Enchanted Evening
This Valentine’s Day, don’t just give flowers, dine amongst them. 7:30 p.m. Marjorie McNeely Conservatory, 1225 Estabrook Drive, St. Paul, 24-hour Information: 651-487-8200, Customer Service: 651-487-8201.
The Minnesota Opera – The Grapes of Wrath
Showing on Feb 10, 13, 15, 17, 18 at the Ordway
An EPIC new American opera, The Grapes of Wrath, by composer Ricky Ian Gordon and librettist Michael Korie, adapts the John Steinbeck classic in an unforgettable operatic staging that will resonate in the hearts of all who search for the AMERICAN DREAM. Director Eric Simonson recreates the nostalgia and harsh reality of the 1930s dustbowl days, tracing the Joad family’s journey from the ruin of their Oklahoma farm to the false promise of a better life in California. www.mnopera.org
The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra – Aimard Plays Mozart
Birds – for obvious reasons – have inspired composers probably since the dawn of musical time. Haydn’s Hen might be a homely bird scratching in the earth, but she is in exotic company with the brilliantly colored aviary that Messiaen evokes. www.thespco.org
At Carnegie Hall Feb 14th, 8pm, Symphony number 4 and 5. www.minnesotaorchestra.org
vs. Denver Nuggets at Target Center, 7pm
Minnesota Wild vs. Canucks at The Xcel Center, 7pm