Borracha | Photos by Krystal Ramirez

Eat, Drink and Romance Your Way Through Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day can be stressful whether you’re in a relationship or going solo. Should you get your significant other flowers? Take them to dinner? Go to a movie? And singles: Do you avoid the day altogether? Whatever the case, here are our solutions for your Valentine’s Day predicaments.

For the couples who want to get a little dirty

Take a serene float down the Colorado River, enjoy the tranquil scenery and indulge in a picnic lunch and dessert with Black Canyon River Adventures on their inaugural Valentine Float. Unplug and explore with your adventure buddy during this half-day tour. $198–$296 per couple,

Throw on an apron and start painting. Pinot’s Palette offers two paintings to choose from. Couples can choose to paint separate canvases that create one image when placed together or paint a single image. Classes run between two and three hours—that’s plenty of time to have a bottle of wine between brushstrokes. 7 p.m., $39 per person,

For the couple who just want to chill

NuLeaf dispensary | Photo by Krystal Ramirez

Your crush will definitely ‘juana be your valentine if you treat them to a night in with NuLeaf. Give your partner a massage using Evergreen Organix cannabis-infused massage oil, take a romantic THC bubble bath with Dixie Bath Soak and finish the night with a decadent dark-chocolate bar made by Evergreen Organix. 9 a.m.–2 a.m., 430 E. Twain Ave.,

Give the gift of relaxation. Salt Room LV has a special Valentine’s Day offer of a 60-minute Himalayan hot stone massage or chocolate rose facial, three 45-minute sessions in their salt cave and a Himalayan heart salt lamp, all for $199. They also have a couple’s Himalayan hot stone massage followed by a session in the salt cave for the same price. 9 a.m.–6 p.m., $199, 1958 Village Center Circle,

For the Valentine’s Day boycotter

Ladies, what way do you want it? Fret no more: The Backstreet Boys are here to fulfill those wishes. Your dream ’90s-to-early-aughts valentines are on tour and tickets can be found for less than $100. But quit playing games with their hearts and splurge for the VIP meet-and-greet tickets. 9 p.m., $80–$1,081, at the AXIS at Planet Hollywood,

For the couple who love food (almost) more than they love each other

Beer Park | Photo by Anthony Mair

Calling all couples who want to eat, drink and have a Nicholas Sparks-worthy picnic in the park, er, kind of. Beer Park, the Strip-side brewery is inviting patrons to watch a romantic movie in their “park” complete with a picnic basket containing sparkling wine, soup, salad and a cheesecake for dessert. 6 p.m., $100 per couple, 3655 S. Las Vegas Blvd.,

Oscar’s Steakhouse

Oscar’s Steakhouse

Oscar’s Steakhouse is offering a special three-course menu with wine pairings to celebrate the day. Start your meal with a choice between a Caprese or arugula salad, seared sea bass or filet mignon and lobster tail, and finish it off with a trio of chocolate mousse. 4 p.m., $65–$85 per person, inside Plaza Hotel & Casino,

Photo by Krystal Ramirez

Borracha | Photo by Krystal Ramirez

All-you-can-eat tacos, tequila and margaritas are the best way to spend any day—especially Valentine’s Day. Libre Mexican Cantina and Borracha Mexican Cantina invite you to eat and drink to your heart’s content on Wednesday for only $24. 4–10 p.m., $24, inside Red Rock Resort and Green Valley Ranch Resort,,