Valentine's Day Sydney - Rich, Poor or SingleWhether you're rich, poor or single, we've got your Valentine's Day covered, Sydney.
What to do if you're rich
Have a dabble in the lap of luxury at the Langham in Sydney with their Champagne Degustation Dinner. Hosted by their award-winning Galileo Restaurant, the six course feast is perfectly paired with Champagnes from Laurent-Perrier, Moet & Chandon and Dom Perignon.
At $255 per person, romance meets elegance at this indulgent dinner date in a dining room reminiscent of a grand Parisian salon. Fit for the finest couple.
WHERE: The Langham, Sydney
WHEN: February 14
What to do if you're poor
The obvious answer is stay home, light some candles (hopefully for ambience, not because your power has been cut off) and enjoy a romantic dinner of beans on toast. But, there are other options for lovers low on funds, like catching cult Aussie band The Necks. You could potentially still have your candlelit beans at home as well as the brilliance of The Necks. And it’s only $20 per person.
WHERE: The Basement, Sydney
WHEN: February 14, 7pm
What to do if you're single
Love is in the air just generally on this one day in February, and it’s also at the Openair Cinemas at Bondi Beach but we are assured that mates and lovers alike can enjoy retro classic 'Pretty Woman' accompanied by a tasty spread.
Ben & Jerry's Openair Cinemas Valentine's Day package is $99 for two (yup, scraping in under $50 each at $49.90) and comes complete with:
-Two tickets to the 'Pretty Woman' screening on Valentine's Day
-Classic Italian Hamper by Doughboy: selection of cured meats, premium Italian cheeses, marinated vegetables and baked figs with garlic bread, ruccola salad and a margherita pizza (napkins, cutlery + plates for two)
-A bottle of sparkling wine for two
Book online at openaircinemas.com.au.
WHEN: February 14 (gates open 7pm, film starts at 8.15pm)
Lead image via The Langham