We told you about candlelit dinners at Waffle House, but how about more suggestions for Valentine's dinners for the love birds; just-friends pairs; or moms, dads and the kids?
• A new restaurant in Cartersville, Food for the Soul at 485 E. Main Street in a shopping center, is romancing Valentine's with a live saxaphone band, linen table clothes and fine china from 4 to 10 p.m. The evening's special is a rib eye steak dinner with sparkling cider.
• From 5 to 11 p.m., lovers can enjoy a five-course lobster dinner at Angelo's New York Style Pizza and Bistro in West End Commons, complete with music, candlelight and romance. The price tag is $49.99.
In Good Company
• Couples or just friendly pairs can share a dessert sampler after a nice Valentine's dinner at The Steak House. For $50.99, the special also includes diners' choices of two drinks, an appetizer and two entrees.
• West End Commons may the place to be tonight! At Barbecue Street, a more frugal duo can dine for $20, which includes two meals with two sides and one dessert. After all, what pair of best buddies hasn't shared a dessert?
For dinner, choices include a 10-ounce rib eye, spare rib plate, grilled or fried shrimp, or all-you-can-eat chicken or pork; peach cobbler with ice cream and red velvet, coke-a-cola and strawberry cakes round out the dessert options.
Kids in Tow
• Not looking to take the little ones out on a busy night often reserved for the adults? Look no farther than Papa John's Pizza and its heart-shaped pies. For $15, you can swing by the Dixie Avenue shop or have it deliver your family's heart-shaped, thin-crust, one-topping pizza, which comes with a Cinnapie, for a family-friendly Valentine’s Day dinner.
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