6 lovely events for Valentine’s Day in Raleigh

Cherish the ones you love in every way this February. We’ve gathered some of the best events for Valentine’s Day in Raleigh to attend with beaus and besties alike.

A group of women at a Valentine's Day themed table. A woman at the end is cheersing the photographer.

Gather your gals + pals for a pajama brunch at Joy Worthy Co.

Photo provided by The Crowded Table Club

Valentine’s Day is almost here — celebrate by treating your loved ones to nights on the town, tea times, and chef table experiences. Here are just six out-of-the-box ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Raleigh for every type of love in your life, beaus and besties alike.

House of Art | Various dates through February | House of Art, 306 E. Hargett St. | Free entry with reservations until 10 p.m. | This already decked out non-traditional bar is done up for V-Day. Attend Galentine’s Day, romance nights, and general mixers throughout the month in this one-of-a-kind space.

The Love Party | Friday, Feb. 9 | 7-10 p.m. | Transfer Co. Food Hall, 500 E. Davie St. | Free admission | This vibey party will feature vendors like Hellbent, Amelia’s Flowers, and Heir Permanent Jewelry. The perfect sip for this event? A foamy espresso martini.

Galentine’s Tea | Saturday, Feb. 10, Sunday, Feb. 11, and Tuesday, Feb. 13 | Il Falò, 3931 Macaw St. | $19 | Put your pinkies up for this tea time featuring tiny sandwiches, shareable desserts, and Valentine’s Day-themed cocktails.

Crowded Table Club’s Galentine’s Day Brunch | Sunday, Feb. 11 | 12-2 p.m. | Joy Worthy Co., 131 S. Wilmington St. | $60 | Throw on your cutest PJs for bottomless mimosas + coffee, sweet crafts, and to meet new women in the community.

Raleigh Girls Club’s Galentine’s Party | Tuesday, Feb. 13 | 6-10 p.m. | Devolve, 304 Glenwood Ave. | $10 | Shop local vendors, dance to girl power anthems, and support charity Mobilizing African American Mothers through Empowerment at this lively + loving party.

Anti-Valentine’s Day Dinner | Wednesday, Feb. 14 | 6-8 p.m. | Cafe Root Cellar, 35 Suttles Rd., Pittsboro | $125 | For a break from the commercial holiday, this exclusive prix fixe meal will have diners sit with Chef Sera Cuni and enjoy bites like gochujang oysters and anti-Valentine’s fortune cookies.