If you're looking for a champagne moment, head to the St. Regis San Francisco, which will host a concert featuring internationally renowned Italian tenor Pasquale Esposito singing love songs. Presented by Festival Napa Valley’s Olivia Decker Power of Music Series, the event will be held in the hotel's Williams private event area and includes a pre-concert reception with sparkling wines from Napa Valley’s Domaine Carneros paired with fine chocolates. Your date is sure to be impressed by the historic and regal hotel setting. Afterward, you have the option of heading over to the property’s new restaurant, Astra, for a prix fixe dinner ($180 per person). Even better, book an overnight in one of its luxury guestrooms. Tickets to the concert and pre-performance sparkling wine and chocolate reception are $85 per guest.
There's no questioning the romance of San Francisco—the views, the fog, the charming restaurants, and the historic inns. Yet, it's also a notoriously brutal city for dating. Whether you’re a lover or a fighter, February 14 can be a fairly stressful day. Survive Valentine’s Day in San Francisco with our guide, including the best date ideas, dinner specials and gifts to give. Big spenders may want to wine and dine the object of their affection (complete with a huge bouquet of flowers), but we've also got plenty of cheap date suggestions for a more low-key evening. There's something for everyone this February 14th.
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