Make memories this weekend with someone special for early Valentine’s treat
Making memories as a couple can start as early as this weekend with outstanding offerings in Houston and Galveston that takes your early Valentine’s Day celebration OUT OF THE BOX!
From the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center to Prohibition Supper Club to Moody Gardens, these experiences are not your typical couple outing.
Houston Arboretum & Nature Center’s popular Tapas on the Trails is back just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Bring your special someone for a romantic evening getaway without leaving the city on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10 from 6-10 p.m and SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11 from 5-9 p.m.
Enjoy a softly-lit walk through the Arboretum’s nature sanctuary, pausing along the way to indulge in five delicious courses paired perfectly with carefully selected beers and wines. Last trail admittance on Feb. 10 is 8 p.m.; last trail admittance on Feb. 11 is 7 p.m. For adults, ages 21+.
Tickets available for members and non-members ranging from $75 to $85. Get your tickets at for Friday night: http://houstonarboretum.org/events/tapas-friday-2017/ and Saturday night: http://houstonarboretum.org/events/tapas-saturday-2017/.
Houston Arboretum & Nature Center is located at 4501 Woodway Drive. For more information, visit www.houstonarboretum.org.
Prohibition Supperclub & Bar at 1008 Prairie
Get seductive with your Valentine at downtown’s Prohibition Supperclub & Bar by enjoying show-stopping entertainment with a romantic twist.
The downtown destination will be introducing its Valentine-themed, BEAST the weekend before the big day, an atmospheric and immersive net-burlesque performance that takes you deep into a dark fantasy set in a fairytale forest, where French fashion and American euphoria collide in a shockingly beautiful celebration of femininity and strength.
BEAST mesmerizes the senses at every level, from precision modern dance, to high-flying aerial acts that will leave you breathless, to electrifying music that fills every corner of the opulent Prohibition Theatre, all elegantly accompanied by world-class cuisine and craft cocktails.
A three-course, prix-fixe menu will also be served during the show for $65 per person. To reserve your tickets, visit: www.prohibitiontheatre.com.
- Friday 2/10: 2 Shows BEAST (7:00PM, 9:30PM)
- Saturday 2/11: 2 Shows BEAST (6:30PM, 9:00PM) / 1 Moonlight (11:30PM)
- Sunday 2/12 3 Shows Brunch IN RESTAURANT (11:00AM, 2:00PM, 5:00PM)
- Monday 2/13 2 Shows Moonlight IN RESTAURANT (7:00PM, 9:30PM)
- Tuesday 2/14 2 Shows BEAST IN THEATRE (7:00 PM, 9:30PM)
- Tuesday 2/14 2 Shows Moonlight IN RESTAURANT (6:00PM, 8:30PM, 11:00 PM)
Moody Gardens in Galveston host Rainforest of Love Experience and Valentine’s Dinner
Hearts will flutter, much like the birds at the Rainforest Pyramid, this year as Moody Gardens opens up its unique attraction with a wild Valentine’s Dinner celebration on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11.
Couples will begin their romantic evening with a Rainforest experience with animal encounters from 5-7 p.m. Guests will tour the pyramid while Moody Gardens biologists offer mini presentations about the pyramid’s curious, and sometimes playful, wildlife. They’ll also have a chance to take in and admire more than 1,700 exotic plants as a breathtaking tribute to the world’s vanishing rainforests.
Following the tour, couples will be escorted to a romantic three-course dinner in the Garden Lobby area, complete with a view of the giant river otter exhibit.
The Rainforest of Love Valentine’s Dinner includes soup or salad, entrée choices of Wagyu Rib Eye Steak with Jumbo Gulf Shrimp, Filet of Grouper with Argentinean Shrimp or Lobster Tail on a Bed of Saffron Cream with Mussels and dessert for two. Guests can also choose between a bottle of champagne or wine.
Guests will receive a rose and one souvenir photo. During the dinner, biologists will walk around with various animals to show-and-tell. There will also be live musical entertainment and animal presentations.
The Rainforest of Love Valentine’s Dinner package is $250 per couple. RSVP by noon on Feb. 8 by calling 409-683-4368.