By Brittany Hanson/Garden Grove Journal
Valentine’s Day is less than a week away, do you have plans made, flowers bought or sweets purchased? If you’re stuck scrambling, here is a guide to some local purveyors of fine goods, goodies and services over the holiday for lovebirds.
The Bea Hive Ballroom
9627 Chapman Ave. Garden Grove (714) 638-5601
Nice or Naughty? You pick.
The Bea Hive Ballroom is offering dancing on Friday, starting at 7 p.m., it’s the Royal Rumba for Salsa Dancing, “The Power of Love” for the nice folks.
For the Naughty ones however, there is an “Adults Only” Valentines Day “Passion Party” with burlesque and shopping in store. Not for the faint of heart.
The Globe Gastropub
12962 Main St., Garden Grove
The Globe is offering a four course, $30 a person Prix Fix dinner from Feb. 13 to 18.
The menu starts with strawberry and smoked salmon salad with mint crème fraiche, then cream of tomato soup with pesto, followed by filet mignon or seared scallops and then finished off with a Strawberry Globe or Belgian Chocolate covered Strawberries.
The Globe’s phone number is (714) 537-7471.
16480 Beach Blvd., Westminster (714) 841-0065
12781 Harbor Blvd., Garden Grove (714) 636-8031
Edible Arrangements is a “Fruit Bouquet” business that has specials on chocolate covered strawberries during February.
9665 Chapman Ave. Garden Grove (714) 537-0583
(Promenade Center, at Brookhurst Street)
Mary See is the grandmother of Choose Your Own chocolate boxes. Pick a box, weight and pick whatever you want to put in it from truffles to chewy caramel or even signature lollipops.
Doug’s Downtown Grill
12900 Main St., Garden Grove.
A romantic prix fixe (one price) dinner with Chef Doug’s features created just for Valentine’s Day.
More of a “flowers” kind of person? Two prominent local florists include:
Flowers by Cina,
9712 Chapman Ave,
(east of Brookhurst)
Leather Fern Florists
12281 Valley View St.
(north of Lampson Avenue)