Consider budgets, schedules and singles.
(Continued from page 3) While Valentine’s Day patrons are likely to spend a bit more for a special experience, not everyone is looking for a Mercedes experience. And not everyone has a special Valentine with whom to share the day. Consider a package similar to a $75 menu for two at Floriole in Chicago: a bottle of wine, a starter, a pizza and a dessert to share. The Pikey, in L.A., is one of many restaurants planning for lunch dates on Valentine’s Day weekend with ...
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