11 Romantic Valentine’s Day Brunch Ideas
Forget the flowers and chocolates — do something extra special this Valentine’s Day! A Valentine’s Day brunch is a fun way to celebrate you and your partner’s love for each other while enjoying your favorite foods in a romantic venue. For a truly original Valentine’s Day, check out our 11 romantic valentine’s brunch ideas.
1. Celebrate somewhere special
It’s time for a change of scenery — get out of the house for your Valentine’s Day brunch and celebrate somewhere more romantic than your kitchen! Peerspace offers an array of fun and romantic options for you and your special someone to enjoy brunch. Choose to cook up brunch in a home with beach or mountain views, or opt to rent an intimate cafe or restaurant venue with chefs and baristas on hand to whip up an amazing brunch for you! Peerspace makes finding venues easy — just type in your location and the type of event you’re planning. You’ll be met with tons of exceptional options that you can filter by amenities, ratings, and more!
2. Brunch in bed
If nothing sounds more romantic than sleeping in and snuggling up with your special someone this Valentine’s Day — make your brunch date a “brunch in bed” event! Get comfy in your favorite PJs, pile on your favorite pillows and blankets, and enjoy the most delicious breakfast foods with the love of your life. What a perfect start to Valentine’s Day!
3. You stole my heart
You stole my heart — and my heart-shaped pancake! Make your special someone all heart-shaped breakfast foods this Valentine’s Day. You can make DIY heart-shaped pancakes, enlist some help with a red, heart-shaped waffle-maker or leave it to the professionals and hire a chef to make your heart-shaped breakfast items. This date would be made all the more romantic in a Peerspace venue that includes a gorgeous dining room and kitchen area. For example, check out this kitchen and living area that boasts beautiful views of Mount Rainier and Lake Washington!
4. Chocolate is a breakfast food
There may be rules about what time of day you can crack open a beer — but there certainly aren’t any restrictions on what time you can crack open a candy bar! Satisfy your sweet tooth with chocolate chip pancakes, chocolate croissants, and maybe even just a big ole box of Valentine’s Day chocolates for Valentine’s Day.
5. A picnic brunch
If it’s not too chilly out, consider bringing all your favorite Valentine’s brunch ideas outside for a picnic. You can, of course, opt to have your picnic at the local park but for something a bit more intimate and romantic, consider booking an outdoor Peerspace venue! You can filter venues by amenities like outdoor firepits and gazebos or choose to look at just garden spaces, lawns, or beach settings. Some hosts even offer great add-on amenities, like this venue in Atlanta that can provide a stocked outdoor fridge, so you don’t even have to worry about bringing your own brunch items.
6. Waffle bar
There’s no limit to what toppings you can add to your brunch waffle! Add a waffle bar to your Valentine’s brunch ideas list and wow your special someone with unlimited toppings and options. You can have classic options like syrups and fruits — or go for some original toppings like sprinkles, marshmallow fluff, nuts, and bacon!
7. Warm up with hot drinks
February weather can be pretty chilly! Make sure to add some fun hot drinks to your Valentine’s Day brunch ideas! Trade in mimosas for mulled wine, or switch up your usually bloody mary for spiked hot cocoa instead. Looking for something a little less sweet? A hot toddy is always a great option!
8. Love you a brunch
If your partner is always stealing the food off your plate, today is the day to let them go for it! Make a shared plate with an array of different brunch items to share. Turn up the heat a notch by feeding them bites of each. Chocolate-covered strawberries are an obvious choice for this one!
9. Some friendly competition
Are you looking for a little bit of friendly competition with your Valentine’s brunch ideas? Start your Valentine’s Day with a brunch cook-off! Who can make the most scrumptious, original, and well-presented meal? The winner gets to choose the next Valentine’s Day activity. Hopefully, it’s something that makes you both feel like winners!
10. But first … coffee
What’s brunch without coffee? If you and your date are big coffee fans — revolve your brunch date around this tasty drink! Many Peerspace venues come with baristas as part of the booking or as an add-on service. Instead of another day of drip coffee at the house, treat your special someone to a great cup of joe in a gorgeous location. One of our favorite spots is Refuge Coffee Co. in Atlanta. This gem of a venue comes with a comprehensive espresso, coffee, and tea menu. It also has a beautiful story to tell. It was home to the longest-running African-American newspaper in United States history and now prides itself on being a living, breathing, thriving example of Dr. King’s dream!
11. You’re the one
Turn this Valentine’s Day brunch into the most unforgettable moments of your relationship — with a proposal! We can think of tons of fun ways to incorporate a proposal into a Valentine’s Day brunch, like by having the words “will you marry me?” at the bottom of their coffee cup or written on the plate under your soon-to-be fiance’s brunch meal! Make sure the setting is just right for this occasion by renting a jaw-droppingly gorgeous Peerspace venue to pop the question!