Starting Feb. 10, you can give the gift of cheesy and buttery indulgence by ordering a half-dozen Cheddar Bay Biscuits to go from RedLobster.com. Then, select a limited-edition heart-shaped box as an add-on to your order for an additional $1, while supplies last. Your meal and heart box can be picked up in-restaurant or delivered to your (or your Valentine’s) door.
If you’re a “Friends” fan, you’ll also enjoy the nod to the show on the box, which says “You’re My Lobster,” a reference to a famous line from character Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow). Although it has been proven that lobsters actually don’t mate for life, it’s still an adorable and nostalgic way to say “I love you” — especially when you’re serving up some Red Lobster to your love.
While you can — of course — also eat at Red Lobster for dinner, the box is only available as a to-go order. So you might want to also order a few entrees, pull out the fancy tablecloths and light some candles for a romantic dinner at home.
If you’re more into Italian cuisine, Olive Garden is also offering a to-go Valentine’s Day deal. This one comes with another carb-filled twist on a traditional gift — the standard bouquet of flowers. Starting at $34.99, their deal includes soup or salad, an entree, dessert and a bouquet wrapper that holds their famous breadsticks. You’ll even get a box of after-dinner mints!
If picking up something quick and more casual is your thing, Qdoba is once again offering their “Qdoba for a Kiss” promotion for the tenth year in a row.
All you have to do to get a free burrito is purchase an entree and smooch your significant other, a picture of your celebrity crush or yes, even a cup of queso! The deal is only good on Feb. 14.
You can also order a heart-shaped pizza from Papa John’s for just $11 with the code “VALENTINE.” To score the pizza and an order of double chocolate chip brownies for $16, just use promo code “BEMINE.”
The heart-shaped pizza will be available in all U.S. Papa John’s locations from Feb. 10-16.
So many delicious options! How will you be celebrating Valentine’s Day this year?