Love is in the air in Texas as Dallas and Houston residents prepare for Valentine’s Day. With fun for all ages, singles and romantic outings for couples, these cities have no shortage of traditional and unconventional Valentine’s Day options.
It’s time to up your level of adventure this Valentine’s Day in Grapevine by taking a wine tour or Valentine’s Cruise. The Sweetheart Wine Trail is the ideal outing for wine lovers, featuring food pairings, wine and commemorative glasses on a day-long tour Feb. 10 or 11. The Valentine’s Cruise takes place on Lake Grapevine, with cruises running Feb. 9 through Feb. 17, where guests revel in comedy performances, delightful food and live music. While in Grapevine, take time to tour Darling Homes’ gorgeous community of Glade Hill where falling in love with a dream home has never been easier.
Chocolate lovers will relish the opportunity to hop on the Dallas Decadent Valentine Dreams Chocolate tour on Valentine’s Day, and adventurous souls can head to McKinney for a romantic hot air balloon ride and tour of one of Darling Homes’ fresh and sophisticated McKinney communities.
For a macabre twist on this romantic holiday, look to Moxley Manor’s Valentine’s Day Haunted House or take part in a interactive murder mystery with Keith and Margo’s St. Valentine’s Day Massacre on Feb. 10 for an unforgettable evening of improvisational comedy, live action mystery and gourmet dining.
Take the guess work out of planning and make a reservation for an amorous dinner at a restaurant, check out Asador, Dallas Chophouse, Cook Hall, Dallas Fish Market or MoMo’s Pasta.
Whether you’re looking for traditional Valentine’s romance, fun for the whole family or a way to celebrate unconventionally, Houston has an abundance of events.
For a romantic escape, head to one of Houston’s charming bed and breakfasts for a night or a weekend. Reserving couples massages or a spot at Paint and Sip Valentine’s Day outing on Feb. 9 in Sugar Land, where you can create a painting and enjoy champagne at Center Stage Gallery. While in Sugar Land, check out our latest , where gorgeous homes sit just southwest of Houston in incredible communities.
For an unforgettable experience, Houstonians can head out to Texas Zombie Hunt at Tank’s Paintball in Richmond and partake in dinner, movies and the zombie hunting adventure of a lifetime. For adventure without the zombies, check out Mystery Cafe Houston for a night of mystery and amusement.
Singles in the Houston area can head over to the Gite Gallery for a singles mixer featuring a dating coach and wine expert.
Food lovers will delight in a special Valentine’s Day dinner in Houston this year, with restaurants such as Backstreet Cafe, Brasserie du Parc, The Federal Grill, One Fifth Romance Languages and The Pass & Provisions dishing up special meals.
Ready to fall in love with your dream home this Valentine’s Day? No matter where you find events and restaurants you love in Houston or Dallas, Darling Homes has a home and a community to suit your needs. Take a tour around these metro areas to find your