In an hour-long workshop, guru and meditation teacher Devi Sawh will use various techniques to guide you on the path to self-love.Speakeasy cabaret The Garment District’s new speakeasy piano lounge Bo Peep at The Rag Trader is hosting an intimate night of cabaret, with Skip Brevis on the keys and jazz crooner Morgan Scott for a night of love songs old and new.Do night cheese right Murray’s Cheese promises The Most Decadent Valentine’s Day Ever with their spread of Champagnes (the real stuff from actual France) paired with the appropriately high-end delicacies: foie gras, caviar, truffles and, of course, many cheeses.

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Explore the dark side Burlesque dancers, aerialists, a drag queen, a theremin player and more all make up We Want It Darker, a show about “what is in the midst of the darkness.” Whether that’s a metaphor or not, find out as they paint a “dreamy portrait of the surreal” at The Slipper Room. The Institute of Culinary Education will take you around the world of sparkling wines at its Valentine's Day Champagne Gala.

Led by sommelier Richard Vayda, you’ll get the 101 on bubbly from vintage to rosé as you taste paired wines and hors d'oeuvres.

Over the 2.5-hour class, you’ll learn everything from whipping meringue to cooking ganache from chef Simon Herfray.

Visit a Valentine’s themed bar Murray Hill’s Barlovento is flipping to a Valentine-themed bar from Feb.

Valentine’s Day falls on a very unromantic Wednesday in 2018.

That just means you have to try a little harder than a dinner reservation to get in the celebratory mood.

Luckily, there are plenty of ways to have a truly special Feb. Party in the bath house Have a Steamy Valentine's Night at the Russian baths, where you’ll be steaming (in your swimsuit) with a bunch of other fun-loving couples (you’ll have the place to yourselves).

The open vodka bar should loosen things up, as will rocking to Balkan gypsy music courtesy of the Veveritse Brass Band and DJ Joro Boro, plus a hookah lounge, plunge rooms and Russian food.

8-18, decked out in floor-to-ceiling red and pink hearts, balloons and more, and serving love-named cocktails like the Hot Stuff (spicy margarita) and “love bites” like red tortilla chips with guac.

Cupid will be in attendance, as well as a Tator reader, plus music and movies.

Come here to feel the love in the air, which is quite palpable; and as you go on chatting the day away, exploring more about each other, you will realise that nothing would have been better than this summer date.