Since it's still the month of February, I was thinking about what other Valentine's dates I've experienced in the past. I remember last year really stuck out to me because a group of my friends and I did a Progressive Dinner with our spouses and it was a hit! I've also heard of families doing this as a tradition for Thanksgiving, but it is fun anytime of the year!
A Progressive Dinner is done at a number of houses in one night, with the first house usually hosting an array of appetizers, the second house with a main course, and a third house with desserts. When I did it with my friends, we had four houses hosting appetizers, salads, main course, and desserts. We ended the night playing "minute to win it" games and it was a blast, and complete with humorous prizes for all the couples! The food was amazing; just be sure not to fill up at the first house! The entire evening lasted for about 4 hours I think, maybe longer, and I would definitely do it again!
Minute to win it games are great for a group, I've even heard of them been done at baby showers. If you would like to do minute to win it games at your next event, here is the link to the nbc show website with how-tos on every game: Minute to win it list .
I love food, so a Progressive Dinner is something I really enjoy with lots of food and great company! I hope you enjoy this date too!