Ah, Valentine’s Day – the procrastinator’s delight. Whether you’re the guy or girl that waited until after work on February 14th to go to your local CVS, Rite Aid or Walgreens to get a Valentine’s Day card from a shelf of Valentine’s Day cards that had already been sifted through and sneezed on and disorganized thoroughly, the one that hates the holiday because it reminds you of a relationship that lead to you cruising the boulevards of regret for some time, or the one that spent an entire paycheck at a jewelry store on someone you’ve been intimately involved with for a matter of weeks, the day really can be stressful from any and every angle.
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We’ve got an idea to make it less stressful, though: DON’T GO OUT TO EAT – GET DININGIN DELIVERED! I know what you’re thinking – of course us guys over at DiningIn are trying ever so hard to get you to order food from us on Valentine’s Day instead of making a reservation at your favorite local romantic restaurant. Well, suit yourselves!
Matt A, Boston Marketing Analyst – Although The Fireplace in Brookline’s Washington Square would undoubtedly be one of the – if not THE – perfect places to spend Valentine’s Day to indulge in culinary deliciousness (and to sit by their warm and inviting signature fireplace) throughout all of greater Boston, it’s also a great place to get food delivered from for Valentine’s Day, too, around the Allston-Brighton-Brookline areas. Whether you’re looking to pick at a bunch of dishes (I would recommend some combination of the meats and cheeses in their New England Artisanal Cheese and Charcuterie to start off your meal), a hearty entrée like the Dry Aged Rib Eye or the Braised Beef Short Ribs, or one (or two or three) of The Fireplace’s especially delicious famous desserts (all of them are too good to be true), The Fireplace offers a wide variety of tasty dishes to put a perfect finishing touch on your romantic evening.