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Get Your Love On – Flirty Fun for Valentine’s Day

Get Your Love On – Flirty Fun for Valentine’s Day

It’s that time of the year again – Valentine’s Day is here. Get your love game on and get ready for so me flirty fun.

In Times Square, The League, a dating app catering to the intelligent, educated, and ambitious, spent 2016 expanding to new cities and launching Android. In 2017, The League is focusing on R&D, and plans to offer its busiest, most successful users the ability to date singles from any ‘live’ League city (Chicago, LA, Boston, DC, SF and NYC) all from within the comforts of the latest Oculus Rift headset.

The League team is piloting this concept with Oculus and River Studios for the first time at their ‘Love Without Limits’ West­world themed Valentine’s Day parties happening across the nation this Friday, Monday and Tuesday at W Hotels. Users attending the parties will be matched up randomly by The League’s algorithms to go on a ‘blind’ Virtual Reality first date, where they can experience set activities together for around 5 minutes, either alone or as part of a double date with a couple from a sister city. The two singles will only get to see, meet, and debrief with each other in person after they’ve taken their headsets off. For more information please visit here.

There was already some love in the air at the 62nd Viennese Opera Ball in New York City was held at the Waldorf Astoria in the Grand Ballroom under the auspices of the U.S. Austrian Chamber of Commerce. The Ball, which is the oldest white tie charity gala in New York, celebrated the 150th anniversary of Austria’s unofficial national anthem, Johann Strauss’ Blue Danube Waltz and benefitted ‘Leonard Bernstein — A New Yorker in Vienna,’ a project of the Jewish Museum in cooperation with the U.S. Friends of the Jewish Museum of Vienna.

Longing to be struck by Cupid’s arrow and score some extra bonus points with your loved one this Valentine’s Day? To find the perfect pairing for delectable chocolates you’ve planned for your romantic rendezvous, luxury wine retailer, Millesima, can help set the mood for a romantic evening to remember. The top picks from Hortense Bernard, General Manager of Millesima USA, this year for a seductive selection of wines include Diebolt Vallois Brut Rose Champagne NV and Villaine Bourgogne La Fortune.

With so many fun and creative ways to express love for one another this Valentine’s Day, those looking to step up their game and impress may be feeling a little nervous about what to get their special someone. Those celebrating this year can be sure to find the answer to a grand romantic gesture by choosing from an array of unique sweets and treats, courtesy of Dean & DeLuca. Chief Merchant, Michael Scibilia has carefully curated a fine selection of delicious items that are sure to suit anyone’s decadent and playful taste this holiday.

At Massoni, there will be a special prix-fixe menu for $150per person. Two seatings are available to book between 5-6:30pm, and 7:30-9:30pm. For the first seating, both the pre-fixe menu and a la carte menu will be offered; the second seating will be pre-fixe only. For reservations visit or please call 212-951-1141.

Atoboy with the wonderful Chef Junghun Park Will be offering a seven-course menu for $88 per person. The menu will include dishes such as Egg, pine nut, dungeness crab; Branzino, ginger, cilantro;  Strip Steak, sweet potato, pearl onion; Chocolate Cake, almond sponge, coffee; and more. Guests can make a reservations at or through Resy.

And, finally The Wayfarer, located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, is offering a special menu designed by Executive Chef Chris Shea, just for the holiday. Highlights from the menu include: Warm sweet potato hush puppies topped with rich American caviar and a dollop of chive sour scream; Tender roast rack of lamb, perfect to share for two, with a fresh black olive oven dried tomato and mint salad on the side; Homemade black truffle gnocchi served with fresh dover sole and sherry shallot butter; and Sweet and delicate vanilla cake plunged into coconut cream; served with passion curd and topped with crunchy quinoa crispies.



Sensible Socialite

ElizaBeth Taylor is a journalist for Times Square Chronicles and is a frequent guest at film, fashion and art events throughout New York City and Los Angeles due to her stature as The Sensible Socialite.Passionate about people ElizaBeth spent many years working as a travel reporter and television producer after graduating with high honors from University of Southern California. The work has afforded her the opportunity to explore Europe, Russia, South America, Asia, Australia and the Middle East. It has greatly influenced the way in which ElizaBeth sees a story and has created a heightened awareness for the way people around the world live today.

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