5 Valentine’s Date-Worthy Eateries

Lovely options for this year's Valentine's Day outing

Maria Koliopoulos, Graphics Editor

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Winter’s blustering wind is slowly giving way to the breeze of spring, and love is in the air. Here are some nice places to slay this holiday with your bae, or even visit alone and treat yourself.

The Diner

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If breakfast-time is your jam, The Diner in the Old Market is always good. Besides having fantastic comfort food at your disposal. the vintage vibe makes for a cute and intriguing environment, perfect for sparking an interesting conversation.

Thirst Tea

If you’re looking for something low-key and convenient, Thirst Tea is just right. Steam wafting upwards from a warm cup of tea and snack foods to munch on make for a fantastically comfortable date.

El Basha

This Middle Eastern eatery is a nice departure from the ordinary. With great food and a cozy atmosphere,  you’re sure to leave El Basha with a warm feeling inside.

Blue Sushi

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This classic sushi place is a sure-fire winner, even if sushi isn’t your deal.  It’s relatively reasonable in price and trying sushi can go on to create priceless memories.

Ted and Wally’s

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Whether sharing scoops or a shake, Ted and Wally’s ice cream is a perfect touch of sweetness for anyone’s Valentine’s Day.

Maria Koliopoulos

Maria became a member of The Flightline in January of 2016. She is a senior this year involved in show choir at Skutt Catholic and is probably climbing a tree or drawing outside of school. You can email her at [email protected]