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Best way to celebrate Valentine's Day–a romantic evening out or a cozy night in?

It's the most romantic night of the year. Some couples look forward to Valentine's Day as a chance to go out and treat themselves to a fancy dinner. It's not often you can indulge in cheesy romance and drink champagne for no particular reason. Others would rather spend Valentine's Day at home, saying ordering in and watching a movie offers more romance than any expensive meal could. How will you be celebrating?

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For some couples, Valentine's Day is all about extravagance. From the perfect bouquet of roses to the expensive champagne, Valentine's Day would not be complete without a fancy meal. Imagine a beautiful white table cloth with taper candles burning softly. Two glasses of red wine await, as well as a warm basket of artisan bread and cracked-pepper filet mignon.

You could follow dinner with dancing, a show, or simply dessert, but Valentine's Day would not be complete without a lavish evening of dinner, drinks, and plenty of winks across the table. Bon appétit!  

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According to acclaimed chef Gordon Ramsay, Valentine's Day is definitively the worst day of the year to go out to dinner. The Washington Post paints a picture:

Packed, noisy dining rooms; tables for four split into two-tops; overworked servers and cooks — these are all factors that, more often than not, result in disappointment. 

Couples are much better off making a meal at home, or just ordering in their favorite food. There's' something particularly romantic and satisfying about opening your own $6 bottle of wine.

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Everyone has a different definition of fancy. A romantic evening out might very well mean a trip to Waffle House or Chick-fil-A. Both restaurants are known to bust out the table cloths, candles, and heart-shaped decorations for hungry couples. Chick-fil-A even serves heart-shaped chicken–what could be more romantic than that? 

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There are clear benefits to celebrating Valentine's Day in the comfort of your own home. First, it's free. Second, you can wear your pajamas all night. What more do you need?

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Best way to celebrate Valentine's Day–a romantic evening out or a cozy night in?
#FancyDinnerPls
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