14 Wicked Romantic Things to do in RI


1. Keep It Snug at Duck and Bunny

Enjoy a romantic Valentine's week at Duck and Bunny, including their Valentine’s High Tea on February 11 with Lindeman’s Lambic and a selection of tea sandwiches, and their special seven-course dinner on February 14, with delicious soups and salads and main courses like Braised Beef Bourguignon. 312 Wickenden Street, Providence

 2. Love Well Done at Harry’s Bar & Burger
What’s better than enjoying a delicious Burger with the person you love the most? Join Harry’s Bar and Burger this Valentine’s Day for a more laid-back yet super satisfying dinner with their savory specials, like a Cheesy Lover Burger topped with house Mac and Cheese and Fried Oreos. 121 North Main Street Providence

 3. Sinfully Romantic at Sin 

Have a wickedly romantic night on February 14, indulging in a Valentine's Day evening hosted by Sin. Enjoy romantic Champagne for two, followed by a delicious chocolate dessert you and your partner are bound to enjoy. 1413 Westminster Street, Providence

Chocolate Charcuterie Plate At Sin Desserts 

4. Games of Love at Freeplay Bar 

Looking for a less lovey-dovey Valentine’s Day event? Why not enjoy a night of entertainment at Freeplay Bar and Arcade’s Love at the Arcade: 80’s Valentines Burlesque event? Spend the night battling with your love over ski ball or air hockey and then enjoy a nerdy and quirky Burlesque show. Finish the evening off with drinking and dance the night away. 182 Pine Street, Providence 

 5. A Sea of Romance at the Bluefin Grille

Start off your Valentine’s Day right by enjoying a 4-course romantic meal at Bluefin Grille with your special someone.  Indulge in the dessert course with a savory red velvet cake to polish things off. 1 Orms Street, Providence 

6. Foolish Love by Foolproof Brewing Company

Enjoy a laid-back night of beer and food pairings this Valentine’s Day, when Foolproof Brewing Company hosts their Foolish Love event. This is the perfect chance to calmly relax and enjoy a cold one with your sweetheart. 241 Grotto Avenue, Pawtucket

7. Four-Course Fun at Castle Hill

Take your sweetheart to Castle Hill Inn for their St. Valentine’s Day four-course dinner. End the night by sharing a decadent upside-down chocolate soufflé. 590 Ocean Drive, Newport

8. Novel Romance at Gilded Hotel

Looking for a weekend away? The Gilded Hotel is giving couples who stay two nights or more a book of poems, homemade sweets, and a bubbly treat to make the night’s stay even more romantic. 23 Brinley Street, Newport

9. Keep it Spicy at Spiced Pear

Indulge in a romantic eight-course meal at the Spiced Pear at The Chanler. Choose from courses like Lobster Tortellini or Wagyu Ribeye paired with choice wines, and finish the evening with a Devil’s Food Valrhona Chocolate dessert. 117 Memorial Boulevard, Newport

10. Decadent Romance at Le Central

Enjoy a romantic dinner at Le Central with fresh salad, courses like Moroccan Chicken and Salmon, and wine pairings to go with them. 483 Hope Street, Bristol

11. Bubbly with Love at the Coast Guard House

Take your loved one out for a special and romantic Valentine’s Dinner on February 16 at the Coast Guard House. Enjoy their Duval Leroy Champagne Dinner, with courses like Beef Tenderloin or Crispy Pork Belly with Pickled Asian Pear. 40 Ocean Road, Narragansett

Waterfront Dining at The Coast Guard House

12. Oceans of Love at Ocean House

Join the Ocean House and Chef Jennifer Backman for their Valentine’s Day Dinner, including delicious food and wine pairings. 1 Bluff Avenue, Watch Hill

13. Cheers to Chocolate at Tapped Apple Winery

Join Hauser Chocolatier Truffle and Tapped Apple Winery for a wine pairing with special guest Laura Dowding. Because what’s better than chocolate and wine with the person you love most? 37 High Street, Westerly

14. Raw Bar Romance at Two Ten Oyster Bar 

Indulge in a three-course dinner by the waterfront at Two Ten Oyster Bar and Grill. End the night with light dancing and live music around a candlelit oyster bar. 210 Salt Pond Rd, South Kingstown


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