Valentine's Day ideas in New York City
Valentine's Day is fast approaching. What can you do to treat your loved one to something a little different? Take a look at our guide for some inspiration.
Nitehawk Cinema - Sunrise
Williamsburg's dine in movie theatre is showing the film Sunrise on Valentine's Day this year. Why not take your loved one along to sample their cocktails and food options as well as enjoying the film. German expressionist director F.W. Murnau’s most beautiful silent era masterpiece and first Hollywood film “SUNRISE: A SONG OF TWO HUMANS” (1927) starring George O’Brien, Janet Gaynor and Margaret Livingston is the story of a naïve young farmer bewitched by an alluring city woman, driving him toward murder.
Unlovable: Valentine's Day with The Smiths featuring The Sons & Heirs. Hosted by Rob Sheffield (Rolling Stone)
Pop along to the Bell House in Brooklyn to see The Smiths perform some of their classics this Valentine's Day. With the event being hosted by Rob Sheffield - columnist for Rolling Stone, the night is set to be a great hit.
Ice Skating at Rockefeller Center
It may possibly be one of the coldest months to experience this iconic classic but why not whisk your loved one of their feet (quite literally), with a night of ice skating at the Rockefeller Center. Planning on a proposal? Why not hide any clumsy falls with a drop to one knee to pop the big question?
Romantic proposal at the Empire State Building
Another iconic landmark - why not propose to your intended at the top of this incredible New York hotspot. A year round setting but ultra romantic on this special day. Stunning views of the New York skyline can set the scene for that perfect photograph. Time it right and you can be at the top when the sun sets. Getting the best of both worlds and seeing the incredible city in daylight and at night.
Love in Times Square
Head to the red steps in Times Square this Valentine's Day to watch live proposals, wedding vow renewals and wedding ceremonies. Each year this part of the city plays host to couples sharing one of their most special occasions. Why not share yours with other couples who will have headed to the spot from all over the world?
No need to buy tickets this will be happening all day and is not a paid for event.
Whatever it is you are planning for Valentine's Day, we hope you have a great day! If you are popping the question and need some help with planning your big day, please contact us.