More people are celebrating Valentine’s Day at home due to restaurants’ being fully booked. This is actually a good plan if you have a fireplace. Start a fire and celebrate the evening with your romantic love interest. We’re not dating experts, but we know that the fireplace makes for an intimate setting. Here are few ideas for a fireplace date.
Date Ideas with a Fireplace Setting
Prepare a plate of marshmallows, honey graham crackers, Hershey’s chocolate bars, and strawberries. Make s’mores using the fire and feed the chocolatey treat to each other.
2. Watch a Chick Flick
Movie outings are a common Valentine’s date. Bring the theaters to the living room by watching a romantic film on Netflix. This allows you to be as intimate as you want with your partner. Plus, you get a similar movie experience minus the overpriced popcorn.
3. Indoor Picnic
Break out the picnic basket, picnic foods, and red wine. Dine on foods like cheese and crackers in front of a cozy fireplace or freestanding stove. Prepare a moist velvet cake and keep it in the basket until you are ready for dessert. Just have one cake for the two of you to share.
Fireplace dates can also be done outside thanks to outdoor fire pits. Of course, a barbecue is associated more with the 4th of July. However, it can also be quite romantic to break out the grill and smoker to prepare a juicy T-bone steak dinner for two.
Inspect Your Fireplace Before Use
Before arranging a date with your significant other, arrange a date with All Points Heating. All fireplaces or inserts should be thoroughly inspected for creosote buildup. A fireplace date is a wonderful way to spend Valentine’s day; just be sure the fireplace is greenlit for use.
Edited by Justin Vorhees
Fireplace Inspections for Safe Use
Serving customers from Arlington to Renton and Bellevue to Shoreline, including Seattle, Redmond, Bothell, Edmonds, Lynnwood, Everett, Marysville, Mill Creek, Woodinville, Kirkland, Mercer Island and the surrounding area.