City Guide: Valentine’s Day

The most romantic day of the year is upon us! Planning Valentine’s Day? PATTERN has you covered with a plethora of socially distant Valentine’s Day ideas around the city, from a one-night getaway to a delicious dinner for two! 

Downtown Getaway

A private room with champagne, a romantic spa and dreamy views of downtown Indy. Yes, Please! The Alexander is offering a romantic package filled with sparkling wine and macaroons. Run don’t walk, as rooms are booking fast! 

Dinner for Two

Want to be transported to a beautiful Italian dream with exposed brick, twinkling lights, and delicious cuisine? Iozzo’s Garden of Italy, originally established in 1930, has everything you are looking for in a romantic dinner date! Enjoy the Taste of Iozzos for Two, a three-course meal for $53 with flavors of Lasagna Bolognese, Chicken Piccata, Veal Marsala and Meatballs! Buon Appetito!

Try Something New

Enjoy a unique hands-on glass experience with your beau! On February 12th, Glass Arts Indiana and Indy Fused Glass are offering a fun-filled afternoon creating a solid-formed sculpted heart from molten glass and a 7×7 fused candy dish! Located at 1125 East Brookside Avenue. Get crafting! 

Relax and Unwind

Kick your feet up with dinner and a film! The Living Room Theatre, located at 745 East 9th Ave, offers a dine-in theatre experience (so basically just a fancier version of your “living room”). Starting February 12th, the theatre will be showing films such as Minari, The World to Come, and Land. Be sure to grab a burger and fries and lean back in the most comfortable recliners in the game!   

Feeling Active?

Ready to get moving? Head to Garfield Park (or attend virtually) on Valentine’s Day for the most romantic 5K walk/run in the city, Be My Valentine! There are still spots left so grab your valentine and sign up today! 

If all else fails, grab a bottle of wine, put on your comfiest PJs and turn on your fav rom-com! Happy Valentine’s Day!

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