Valentine’s Day is one holiday that tends to creep up with very little notice. It’s also one that you really shouldn’t forget! It’s easy to make this holiday special. Go just outside of Houston to experience something new and romantic with your special someone. 

A Twist on A Classic

Kick it old school when you catch a classic movie at the historic 1927 Jefferson Theatre in Beaumont. This is no regular movie date! The theatre was built using inspiration from old Spanish architecture and has an unparalleled and other-worldy feel.

The Godfather Part II will be on the big screen February 15th. Live music in the lobby and a photobooth puts you in the mood for whatever movie you're about to see and craft beer, wine and popcorn await you!

Brunch is the New Dinner

Who said romance only happens at night? After you try the croissants at Levure Bakery you’ll be singing praises of early morning breakfasts. This spot in The Woodlands specializes in French cuisine cooked from scratch and has an intimate cafe feel that will instantly transport you across the continent.

You can't go wrong with any baked good here, but we recommend a Pan Chocolate and a piping hot espresso with your Valentine. 

Blue Epiphany Winery Conroe

Wine Not?

It's easy to strike up romantic conversations over a glass or two of wine. At Blue Epiphany Vineyard in Conroe you can woo your Valentine over a tasting flight at the romantic 15-acre property with a sprawling lawn. The ambiance of the twinkling lights make for the perfect backdrop.

Try the House Divided house specialty red or their newest white, a Roussane from the Hill Country. 

Dinner and a View

Looking for a fine dining experience with gorgeous views of a marina?  Check out Opus Ocean in Bay Area, where a wonderful wine selection and a varied menu with everything from steaks to oysters and the most decadent desserts await you.

Fans recommend the lobster bisque, crab meat au gratin and splurging on the dessert.

Quirky and Delightful

Zombies AND love? It's the perfect mix for a unique date you aren't likely to forget. The Deer Park Parks and Recreation Department Art Park Players' production of Forever Plaid is the perfect blend of horror and humor. The Plaids deliver delightfully with playful patter and amazing four-part harmonies in an unforgettable show that will have you rolling in the aisles when you're not humming along to the great nostalgic pop hits of the 1950's.

Performances begin February 8 and continue through February 23.