Make it a dream date on Valentine’s Day 2024

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Romance is in the air; it is the person you are with that makes the day magical. Yet you need a special destination for that romantic tryst.

Feature by Jean Hill.

At His & Hers we have enjoyed great hospitality in recent times. Here are a few venues that might add sparkle to Valentine’s Day.

We have spent happy hours at the Watering Can in Greenbank Park. Their Sunday roasts are legendary. I took a glance at their Valentine’s menu and if you are thinking lunch, ponder on grilled scallops or steak. Imagine how good Amaretto cherry chocolate pot with Mascarpone could be. They have a cocktail: sex on the beach: peach schnapps, Grey Goose vodka, pineapple, orange and cranberry. Sadly there is no beach: just saying. Still peachy.

Gino’s Italian restaurant in INNSiDE hotel in Old Hall Street has Valentine’s specials. We love the Mediterranean vibe and the authentic Italian cuisine. One of the specials is whole baked sea-bass with thyme flavoured salt crust. My favourite. And there is tiramisu & Baileys panna cotta with expresso caramel and amoretti biscuit. How good does that sound!

Gaucho in Water Street is famously good for Argentine beef. They offer specials for a romantic episode including love nooks.

The Manor, Greasby is a beautiful destination. Their wedding barn is magical and the food is so good, lovingly prepared.

Gusto Italian on the Royal Albert Dock is always a treat. You can embark on a culinary love story from the 12th February until 18th February. This includes antipasta sharing board, seafood risotto (with lobster in the mix) and Chateaubriand.

Our own favourite bistro is The Olive Tree in New Brighton.  The food is consistently good and the staff are brilliant. They have a bottomless brunch deal currently and do wonderful Sunday roasts.

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