Love is in the air! Sure, the air may be cold (it is February after all) but it’s the most romantic time of the year—Valentine’s Day.
The biggest challenge for most couples is finding new or uncommon ways to celebrate this romantic occasion. If you’re looking to do something special with your special someone this year, then you’re in luck. We’ve picked three of the best things to do on Valentine’s Day in Brooklyn!
Sunset Valentine’s Dinner Cruise
A romantic dinner for two is always a wonderful way to spend an evening together. Yet, you can do that any day of the week. Valentine’s Day comes once a year, so it’s cause to celebrate with a special spin on dinner.
Climb aboard the magnificent Majestic Princess for a lovely sunset cruise of New York Harbor. It begins with a champagne toast and glorious views of the Statue of Liberty, the Manhattan skyline,and, of course, the Brooklyn Bridge. After gazing at the beautiful scenery, it’s time to enjoy a luxurious buffet dinner. The evening wraps up with drinks and dancing.
Helpful Hint: Since Valentine’s Day falls on a Monday this year, this very special dinner cruise takes place on Friday, February 18, 2022.
Ice Skating in Prospect Park
Want to get outside and enjoy the crisp winter weather with an activity that you can’t do every day? Then take a trip to Prospect Park. That’s where you’ll find the LeFrak Center at Lakeside – the perfect place to spend the evening ice skating!
A romantic activity that’s on par with a stroll through Central Park, ice skating at the LeFrak at Lakeside allows happy couples the chance to spend the evening holding hands, gazing into each other’s eyes, and making new memories that will last a lifetime.
Once you’ve skated until your love-filled hearts are full, you can head over to the onsite cafe for light refreshments and drinks.
A Feast from Citarella
As we mentioned, Valentine’s Day falls on a Monday this year. That’s not the best day to be stung by Cupid’s arrow. If you’re planning on more of a low-key, laid back celebration, then why not stay home and cook up a wonderful feast from Citarella!
Everyone’s favorite local market has graciously assembled everything you need for a wonderfully romantic Valentine’s feast, including artisan pasta and sauce, imported olives and cheeses, and more. After dinner, you can indulge in decadent Chocolate Truffles and Citarella’s signature coffee.
Valentine’s Day in Brooklyn sets the scene for romance that lasts all year round. And you can enjoy this exciting neighborhood every day when you make 363 Bond Street your cozy couple’s nest.
Contact us today to learn more about our available apartments in this highly desirable neighborhood.