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Feb 06

Your Complete Guide to Celebrating Valentines day in Manhattan

Posted on February 6, 2020 at 10:40 AM by Tarra Rotstein

There are endless ways to celebrate Valentine's day in Manhattan. So we rounded up some of our favorite gift ideas, restaurants both fine dining and casual and some great events to keep you and your boo happy. 

Valentine's Day Gift Ideas

Find something sweet at Coldstone in Aggieville where they sell Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory confectioneries.

You can't go wrong with flowers, at Steve's Floral they have flowers and local chocolate, now that is a time save for any last minute shoppers.

Treat yours to a truly relaxing experience with a gift certificate to Gaia Salon or a Float Therapy Sensory Deprivation experience at Quantum Health and Wellness. 

Enjoy a bottle of wine from a full production winery in Manhattan like Liquid Art Winery

Keep it local and give them something that screams Kansas at ACME Local. They have apparel, accessories, drink ware and stickers for you to choose from.  

Are you looking for something sparkly? Be sure to stop by one of the many jewelers in downtown Manhattan, one could call it The Little Apple's® diamond district. 

Romantic Restaurants

Are you wanting to treat your Valentine to an extra special dinner? Be sure to grab reservations to one of the many premier dinning experiences in Manhattan. 

Harry's is the place for premier fine dining in Manhattan, its classic-contemporary cuisine is sure to impress. 

Five a new American restaurant in downtown Manhattan has a special five-course menu for Valentine's Day.

Bourbon and Baker has all of your Valentine's treats as they are taking orders for strawberry champagne sugar cookies, tres leches cake, chocolate raspberry cake and more for pickup. Not to mention is the perfect place for you and your date, with small sized plates you can try a little bit of everything. 

Wine Dive has an extensive collection of wines and amazing food, not to mention they have some of the most unique food specials in downtown. 

Head on over to Little Apple Brewing Company for Valentine's Day dinner it will be no miSTEAK as they serve certified Angus Beef as well as craft beer.

UMI brings a taste of Japan to The Little Apples®. Share a meal at one of their Teppanyaki seating options or enjoy fresh sushi.

Arrow Coffee Co. is hosting a reservation only dining of either a three or five-course meal, with two seating times, don't miss it.

Head on out to the scenic Colbert Hills for a Valentine's Day menu special, for a decadent meal.

Blue Moose Bar and Grill is doing it big for Valentine's Day with a three-course dinner, white tablecloth, candle, a rose and all. 

Valentine's Day on a budget:

After all isn't it the company that you keep on Valentine's Day the most important part?

Keep it cheesy at AJ's NY Pizzeria where they serve up pizza by the slice in downtown Manhattan, don't miss their cinnamon knots for dessert. 

El Patron Restaurant and Cantina is serving up authentic Mexican favorites sure to please. 

Pool House Kitchen and Bar is the place to keep it fun on Valentine's Day with your date or friends, with a poolside inspired menu and spirits. 

Tallgrass Tap House is keeping it smooth with a local Jazz group, Solars Tri playing at 8 p.m. on Valentine's Day. Be sure to try one of their half-dozen craft brews made in house. 


Keep things lively with one of the many events in Manhattan. 

Don't miss the Wareham Opera House's Valentine's Day murder mystery and dinner. It is sure to make for a killer night.

Nothing says "I love you" like using a hammer on Valentine's Day, but this is the perfect date night for those DIYers at the Brush and Board's Pick Your Project Couples Workshop

Uncorked Inspiration is the perfect place for a fun evening where they take the popular paint and sip phenomenon to a whole new level.  

Dust off your boots and head on over to the 64th Annual K-State Rodeo starting on Valentine's evening. 

For other activities happening around Valentine's Day visit our calendar of events.  


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