Adding Romance to Your Flagstaff Valentine’s Day

POSTED ON FEBRUARY 11, 2020

Adding Romance to Your Flagstaff Valentine’s Day

Adding Romance to Your Flagstaff Valentine’s Day

Adding Romance to Your Flagstaff Valentine’s Day 1024 683 Pine Canyon

Flagstaff and Pine Canyon offer romance every day of the year, but Valentine’s Day is when it’s fun to take things up a notch. For Pine Canyon residents who want to stay close to home on February 14 – but want something more special than cooking for themselves or ordering out – the answer is easy: Head to the Clubhouse for Happy Hour and Valentine’s Day Dinner, 5pm-8pm. Executive Chef Lapinski and his culinary team always make it a magical evening. Another great option is spending an entire romantic weekend in one of the Pine Canyon Club Cabins – but make sure to contact us for reservations ASAP, because space is limited!

Prefer to venture into town? Here are a few suggestions from our team:

For movie lovers, February 14 happens to be day two of the Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival, which has been celebrating a cultural alternative to the mainstream commercial film experience for nearly 20 years. Plus, there’s no venue that’s more old-school romantic than the Orpheum Theater. Click here to buy tickets.

Trip Advisor’s top 3 romantic restaurants in Flagstaff include Brix Restaurant and Josephine’s Modern American Bistro, while Yelp’s top 3 is Tinderbox Kitchen, Nomads Global Lounge, and Josephine’s. No matter which you choose, you’re sure to have a great time – but don’t forget to make reservations, since it’s a popular evening out.

What could be romantic than a night under Flagstaff’s starry skies? Cosmic Questions at Lowell Observatory, from 8-10pm on Friday nights, features a Lowell educator for an informal discussion under the stars and live viewings of the universe through one of their telescopes (weather permitting).

If you’re lovers of outdoor adventures, S’more Skiing & Snowshoeing at the Arizona Nordic Village will be just the ticket. Put on your headlamp, and from 4–7 pm, you can ski or snowshoe to your heart’s content – then relax in front of the bonfire with s’mores, or drop in for the movie in Discovery Yurt. At just $5 for trail passes and ski and snowshoe rentals, it’s a sweetheart deal, too.