We rounded up cocktails from a few of our favorite bartenders to help the rest of us survive this grueling holiday of drugstore teddy bears, mediocre chocolate, and abrupt existentialism.
If you're feeling despondent on this highly commercial day of cartoon hearts and boxes of chocolate, just remember that cheese is truly the food of love. Even if you're alone.
The secret is accepting, embracing, and respecting each other for who we are and what we eat.
Who are we to judge what people get up to after they eat a Whopper and drink a beer?
This NYC bakery's limited-edition box of desserts includes The R.B.G, The Malala and The Hils.
I think it’s a disaster. There’s nothing about it that appeals to me.
Most of us have long known something that big restaurant chains seem to have just discovered: A shared love of pizza is one of the cornerstones of a successful relationship.
We're talking layers of chocolate cake and chocolate mousse forming a sky-high confection that sits on a chocolate wafer crust.
However bad your Valentine's Day, remember this: I spent £37 to drunkenly grind through the sky with my acrophobic, wine-hating ex.
Valentine’s Day is the same in every restaurant I’ve worked at but a couple of years ago, I watched one customer accidentally arrange two Tinder dates for the same night.
Have you ever watched a member of the opposite sex meticulously rinse an apple and fantasised about what those hands would feel like on your body? Probably not.