Valentines Day is literally just one more sleep away! Whether you’re dating, a couple, or single, we’ve got you covered. Here are a few ways to spend the 14th of February 2016. If you want to have some quiet time together, you may head over to Le Petit Souffle in Century City Mall and enjoy some French-Japanese comfort food by Chef Miko Aspiras. They are also offering a special Valentines meal for couples complete with movie tickets. Head on over to https://www.facebook.com/Lepetitsouffle for the sweet details!
If you live closer to school and refuse to battle your way through the traffic of Valentines day, head over to The Dessert Kitchen at Powerplant Mall’s top floor for some sweet nothings.
If you don’t really have a sweet tooth or you prefer a full meal, Coco Ichibanya is offering a Valentines special for the weekend as well – and you don’t need a date to enjoy it! Just make sure you come with another person, a friend, or maybe even your parent!
If neither of these appeal to your taste buds, you can simply head over to the restaurants in the ground floor of Powerplant Mall which offers a wide array of cuisines one can choose from! The mall itself has prepared a wide array of performances for Valentines Day dubbed as The Sweetest Thing: Love and all that Glitters.
For those who prefer something more creative, Art In Island in Cubao, Quezon City continues to be one of the best places to take all sorts of photos in creative poses.
But for those who want to bond in big groups, or maybe you and your special someone just something a little more active, you may check out Mystery Manila which has branches in Century City Mall and Jupiter St. in Makati, and one in Quezon City.
Another option for an active couple is Breakout Philippines which has one branch in Paragon Plaza, Mandaluyong, and another along Katipunan Avenue.
For movie lovers, Powerplant Mall’s cinemas are offering a wide array of international films as well as local classic films that have been remastered. Some of these much awaited films include Deadpool, How to be Single and All Roads Lead to Rome. For movie junkies on a low budget but who don’t mind taking a commute, the Spring Film Festival is happening in Shangri-La Plaza. They are holding free screenings of six different foreign films (with English subtitles, of course!)
Whatever you decide, just remember to stick to what this day is all about – love. And that can come and be shown in any form!