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Pick Your Date

Everyone has a different agenda for making the most of Valentine's Day. Here are seven itineraries (with options) varying in taste and type.

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Single Ladies, I Can’t Hear Y’all!
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Classic Romance, Minus the Cheese
Sure, there's One If by Land. But why not blow your wad somewhere that’s just as decadent and not as clichéd?
The Un-Date
It’s okay to leave the house and spend time with your sweetheart on what you have decided is nothing more than a Hallmark holiday.
Stop and Smell the Roses
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New Tricks for Old Pros
For seasoned experts, Valentine’s Day is all about keeping with tradition, while improving on the classics.
Contributors: Amos Barshad, Annsley Chapman, Elizabeth Cline, Michael Connelly, Joe DeLessio, Kaitlin Jessing-Butz, T Sahara Meer, Lauren Salazar, Alexandra Vallis, and Shelley Virginia


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