Valentine's Day 2020
We've put together a few of the top dates to have this Valentine's Day.
by Editor Posted: 2020/02/10
It’s back! The most infamous day of romance that has both its detractors and its fans, but which one are you? Sure, there are a host of reasons to be against the cliché, overpriced dates that leave you feeling a little bit empty… but maybe that’s because everything’s been lost in translation and a fog of rose petals and heart-shaped teddy bears that retail at exorbitant prices.
At its core, Valentine’s Day is about spending time with the person, or people, that you love and having a great day or night out. Whether that’s a romantic dinner, an excuse for doing a fun activity, or dancing the night away, we’ve put together some of the best specials and events on that’ll be sure to tickle your fancy and get you in the mood.
If you’re interested in exploring the inner city and having a night out at the iconic Ponte then Dlala Nje have something special for couples. That means fine dining, live music and an authentic experience not many people will get.
More into a chilled night of live music at one of Jozi’s favourite bars? Well, Hell’s Kitchen in Melville has you covered with Blue Valentine. Whether you’re looking for a night out or just a few drinks, this should tick the boxes.
Valentine’s Dinner and Jazz
The Rand Club puts a little twist on their jazz night, headlined by the incredible Tamara Dey, with delicious dinner and sumptuous jazz that’ll put the stars into your eyes. Be warned – dancing may be required.
They say it’s an anti-Valentine’s Day party… but we have our doubts because if you head on down to DGTL Love to see PH Fat live and you’re with your SO then you get the special couples’ price. Other than that, it’s a full-blown party at Sally Mustang that’s sure to be memorable.
Quriosity have prepared a night for the LGBT masses of Jozi with a special party at Kitchener’s that’s jam packed with epic DJs and scintillating beats that are bound to keep you at this hotspot until the early hours of the morning.
Valentine’s Picnic Under the Stars
Looking for something more chilled and relaxed? Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens are hosting a picnic under the stars where you’re invited to come and wine and dine taking in one of Gauteng’s premium outdoor spaces.
One for the singles, or the fun-loving couples, at A Streetbar Named Desire. They’ve included a few casino games just to add to the festivities where they’re asking you to Get Lucky in any way you possibly can.
Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff
Guests can come and dine on a five-course meal that includes aphrodisiacs such as oysters and salmon, alongside more delicious food than you can imagine. Booking is essential so email them at email@example.com
Price: R2250 per person
The epic live-fire restaurant on Keyes Avenue invites you to come and dine in decadence with them. You’ll get to choose from their incredible menu and don’t forget the balcony views on offer that truly need to be seen to be believed.
Price: R1000 per person
Thinking about spoiling your significant other? A simple dinner at Saint might be right up your alley then with fine Italian food and the ambiance to match.
Price: R1000 per person
Silvasale hosts you for a night out of champagne and canapes on arrival, couples with a delicious dinner that will have you stuffed by the end of the night. Reserve your table now by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org to avoid disappointment.
Mozambik are celebrating Valentine’s all weekend with a special, authentic three-course meal that includes sparkling wine. You can take your pick of what you want off their menu which should have you glowing at the end of the night.
Price: R550 per person