Garfield Park Arts Center (gpacarts.org) The SoArts “Heart” Exhibition is the perfect place to take your art-loving partner. The free show, running February 4-25, features artists exploring concepts of love, romance and Valentine’s Day.
Bru Burger Bar (bruburgerbar.com) A dozen chef-inspired variations take a pub burger to another level with toppings that include goat cheese, truffle aioli and peach compote. If you prefer the classics, order a Beginning Burger.
Beer and Ballet III (btindiana.org) On February 10 and 11, Sun King Brewery, in collaboration with the Ballet Theatre of Indiana, pairs beer and dance. For $25 per ticket, guests can enjoy a night of dance performances while sampling local brews.
Meridian (meridianonmeridian.com) White tablecloths and candlelight set a romantic tone for dining from an eclectic menu. Entrees include a duo of duck and salmon topped with green tea rice and baby bok choy.
Harry & Izzy’s (harryandizzys.com) Rich wood interiors and high-quality beef distinguish this steakhouse. We like our steak Izzy Style, topped with orange brandy butter sauce. If the luxury of steaks aged for more than a month is not enough, treat your date (and yourself) to two South African lobster tails.
Valentine's Day Glass Heart Sampler (kenyonscreations.com) Talk about a hot date! At GRT Glass Design, Matt Kenyon will help you and your honey gather glass out of a furnace at about 2100 degrees, add color and create a glass heart. $45 per person for group classes.