14 Feb 2017
February 14, 2017

Valentine’s Day in Arroyo Grande

The day of romance and love, known as Valentine’s Day, is just around the corner! Many of you may be scattering around to find some one of a kind gifts or plans to surprise a loved one. Little did you know, there are so many things you can do in Arroyo Grande that will sweep your sweetheart off their feet. Here are a few things you can do on this very special day:

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

banana-split-1622656_1920 In the Village you always have options! Everyone loves candy and chocolates so why not take that special someone to the Arroyo Grande Bakery, The Chocolate Sheep, Doc Burnstein’s Ice Cream, or even to the Sweet Pea Bakery? Your date will definitely fall in love with you and all the sweets that surround him/her. This is a great idea for Valentine’s Day and should be considered while being in Arroyo Grande.

A Romantic Picnic or Dinner Date?

food-826744_1920 Your beloved date will love to be taken out for a romantic picnic, which can be done at the Lopez Lake Recreation Area. Here you will find lovely areas of green grass and individual picnic areas with shade. In this particular area you will also have an opportunity to go hiking or zip-lining. Aside from this you can always make reservations to go out to eat at any of the restaurants located in Arroyo Grande. Some great fine dining options are Rooster Creek Tavern, Ember, and F. McLintocks Saloon. Make sure to make Valentine’s Day very memorable for your significant other by making plans ahead of time.

Indulge in Wine Tasting

wine-wineIt’s never a bad idea to go out and pour yourself some wine, especially during this special day. In Arroyo Grande you are able to purchase red, white, or sparkling wine via the web or from the winery itself. Add a tad of romance by entering the elegant wine tasting rooms, sipping on some wine, and taking advantage of this very special moment while embracing the scenic view of the vineyards. Make sure to book your wine tour in advance if you are truly interested in exploring the wineries in Arroyo Grande.