Illinois, You Need To Make Valentine’s Day Reservations Right Now
It's hard to believe that Valentine's Day will be here before we know it. The holiday where singles in their late 20s and early 30s snark in real life and on social media pretending like they're better than everyone for not finding love because they "don't want to" while suppressing their jealousy, and the same holiday where people in relationships are jealous of those loveless singles because they don't have to spend the only money they could save over the past 45 days since being broke from Christmas on decapitated flowers and a crowded dinner.
If you're part of the second group in the previous paragraph, you're going to want to book those dinner reservations immediately because places in Illinois, Iowa, and the Quad Cities are filling up or are already booked up.
How To Book Reservations Online
You could look like Drake in that photo while booking your dinner reservations for Valentine's Day. Sure, you can't eat at places Drake can, but you can book online thanks to websites and apps like OpenTable. I booked reservations to Ruthie's in Davenport for Valentine's Day on that website for my wife and me (she already knows since she was sitting next to me), and it was super easy to use.
Where Are Good Valentine's Day Restaurants In The Quad Cities?
Luckily, there are plenty of fancy restaurants in the Quad Cities but the term fancy can be subjective. If you want to take your Valentine to a more upscale restaurant in the QC that you haven't been to before, click here. If you want to travel for Valentine's Day weekend, you could find fancy restaurants in Chicago here.
Why Do I Need To Book Reservations Now?
Because if you don't book it now you'll forget and look like a stupid head and end up back in the first group I mentioned in this article. YOU DON'T WANT THAT.
Book your reservations now. Set a reminder in your phone to buy a card, flowers, and chocolates on February 13th and leave them at your work or hide them. Don't mess it up, again!