Valentine’s Day Recipe Series: Transform your Home into a Romantic Dinner for Two

February 3, 2016 | Main Entree


Ahh Valentine’s Day- a time for love, a time for romance, a time for reservations?!

Restaurants work hard to serve as many people as possible in the least amount of time, cycling customers in and out like an assembly line. With today’s economic climate restaurants are required to serve as many diners as possible on the few holidays traditionally celebrated out. Can you blame them? We sure can’t.

Reservations required weeks in advance. Dinners out are often sloppy and rushed. Dining rooms are packed, leaving little room for quiet, romantic conversations.

2016 offers a unique situation for sweethearts. Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday, and in the restaurant industry, a  holiday on a Sunday is a dream come true. This can apply to you and your loved one as well.

Don’t skip the restaurants you love on Valentine’s Day. Why not stop by for dinner or drinks on Friday or Saturday? Reserve Sunday for you and your date and a special dinner for two.

Over the next several days, the blog at Main Entrèe will provide you with recipes that will satisfy his and her palate. We will also provide you with some expert industry tips to transform your home into a romantic venue for two. Of course, we will refer you to the products in our catalog to complete the recipes. Don’t let shopping stress you out, let Main Entrèe butchers and culinary experts take care of the work for you by assembling the very best from around the world into one convenient location: your doorstep!

Stay tuned for blog updates in the 2016 Main Entrèe Valentine’s Day Recipe & Dining Series.

Refer to our delivery timetable to insure you receive your products in time for the big dinner.




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