Local, Active and in Love—Experiences to Explore on Valentine’s Day

These five unforgettable date-night options sound too good to be true

By Melissa Gill

This Valentine’s Day, local spots are offering special experiences to spice up your romantic rendezvous. Whether you’re a married couple wanting to get out of the house or a new couple getting to know each other, Las Vegas offers many interesting date-night options like riding rail bikes off into the sunset or enjoying an indoor picnic immersed in art. Check out these five unforgettable date-night spots that sound too good to be true.

Downtown Lovers Sip Champagne at Legacy Club

If you haven’t strolled through Circa, the newest resort in town, then the “Sweetheart Sunset Package” is the perfect way to get acquainted with this gorgeous Downtown gem. This date-night dream includes two themed cocktails of your choice, a champagne toast at sunset and a breathtaking city view only available at Legacy Club.

Creative Companions Hop on ‘Cloud 9’ at Area15

For Valentine’s Day, Area15 hosts an immersive indoor picnic experience, “Cloud 9.” This whimsical love nest inside The Portal includes a picnic basket full of Valentine’s surprises, one bottle of champagne, a three-course meal by The Beast Todd English, an interactive glow art competition and more.

Smitten Smarties Celebrate The Mob Museum’s Anniversary

Free for Nevada residents, celebrate The Mob Museum’s ninth anniversary this Feb. 14. Learn more about local history and enjoy a fun-filled day with photo opportunities including a life-size sculpture of Mob boss Al Capone. Additionally, visitors get a 10% discount on food and drinks at The Underground bar inspired by The Prohibition Era. Themed cocktails including the Gangster’s Paradise and Southside Story will be available.

Adventurous Admirers Ride Rail Bikes at Rail Explorers

Ride off into the sunset together at Rail Explorers by booking the “Sunset Sweetheart Tour.” Or if you prefer stargazing, reserve your spot for the “After-Dark Valentine’s Fireside Tour,” which includes a red rose and chocolate lollipops for that day only. Guests can even bring their own bottle of bubbly. Valentine’s Day Tours are available from Feb. 12-14, so make your arrangements ASAP.

Family Foodies Indulge in True Food Kitchen’s ‘Date Night Package’

If you want to dine-in, stay home or celebrate as a family, True Food Kitchen in Downtown Summerlin is offering two amazing Valentine’s Day special packages: “Date Night Package” and “Family Night.” The Date Night Package features a starter, salad, two entrees and a Triple Chocolate Mousse Dessert to split. For the Family Night package, which feeds up to four people, it’s two starters, two salads, four entrees and two Triple Chocolate Mousse Desserts.

Turns out money can buy happiness (in chocolate form). Introducing our Valentine’s Triple Chocolate Mousse 🤤 available in-store or in our V-day takeout packages this weekend only.

Posted by True Food Kitchen on Wednesday, February 10, 2021

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