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Blog: Whole Foods Market Cooks Up Heartfelt Valentine’s Day Specials

Whether it’s flowers and champagne to top off a perfect date, a homemade meal from the heart, or an unforgettable dinner, Whole Foods has you covered.

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and Whole Foods Market, which has a location at Fashion Island in Newport Beach, is offering many different ways to turn up the romance.

From red roses to red wine, Whole Foods Market has the perfect gifts and romantic dining options to show your loved ones how much you care.

More than a Rose

Don’t make her wait until April showers bring May flowers -- plant the seeds of love with a special bouquet of Whole Trade roses. Thanks to shoppers’ Whole Trade flower purchases, Whole Foods Market has been able to fund more than $4 million to-date in premiums to support improvement programs for floral workers and their communities in Ecuador, Colombia and Costa Rica.

Make a Toast to Love

Toast the night with a pop of champagne! On Feb. 13-14 Whole Foods Market customers can indulge in our wide selection of sparkling wine and champagne -- all 20 percent off. 

Have a Hearty and Home-Cooked Valentine’s Day

Nothing shows you care more than a home-cooked Valentine’s Day dinner. From Feb. 13 - 14, fall in love with our Surf n' Turf Valentine Bundle which includes a six ounce Filet Mignon and a four ounce lobster tail for $17.98 (regular price $12.99 each). For a complete Valentine’s Day steal, add a bottle of Hearst Chardonnay to your meal for $11.99 (regular price $25.99).

And at Whole Foods Market’s Laguna Niguel store (23932 Aliso Creek Road Laguna Niguel, CA 92677), enjoy tips, food samples and hands-on cooking demos in the Rock-it-Bar with Executive Chef Ashley Santo Domingo on Tuesday, Feb. 12 at 6 p.m. Go home with a shopping list, recipes and all the confidence to execute the meal on your own! The event is $20 per person, and guests must RSVP by emailing Sp.LGN.Marketing@wholefoods.com or calling (949) 900-5830, as space is limited.

Romantic In-store Dining to Sweep You Off Your Feet

No time to cook? Get love-struck this Valentine’s Day with dinner at the Back Bay Tavern located within Whole foods Market’s Newport Beach store, 415 Newport Center Dr.  At 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 14, indulge in decadent dishes and perfect wine pairings, hosted by co-owner and winemaker Gray Hartley. Ahi tuna tartare, Cabernet-braised short ribs and a chocolate mousse bar are in the line-up. The event is $40 per person, and reservations are required as space is limited. Guests can email sp.npt.marketing@wholefoods.com or call 949-999-8572 to make a reservation.

Whole Foods Market has a recipe for romance with a special dinner for two at the Rock-it-Bar located within Whole Foods Market’s Laguna Niguel store prepared by Executive Chef Ashley Santo Domingo. Treat yourself to flaky lobster pot pie, pan-seared scallops, New Zealand rack of lamb and other mouth-watering dishes. The double chocolate chili tart is another favorite, for lovebirds looking for a spicy spin on a sweet classic. Guests can stop by customer service or head straight to the Rock-it-Bar for a reservation.

Whether it’s flowers and champagne to top off a perfect date, a home-made meal from the heart, or an unforgettable dinner with us, we hope to see you there.

-This blog post was written by Maria Mugica, Marketing Field Associate for Whole Foods Market Orange County and San Diego Stores.

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