Looking for love: A guide to finding romance

Valentine’s Day affects us all. Whether we’re making plans for
that special someone or just trying to dodge the massive V-Day displays in the
malls and grocery stores, it has an impact. Although many would argue that we
shouldn’t have a day dedicated to love, love will be on all of our minds
tomorrow, whether we’re single, dating around or one-half of a whole. So
this year the CT strives to aid you all in surviving this often hectic and emotionally
charged day. We ventured out to get your opinions, crunched the numbers and have
compiled a few handy lists and suggestions to get you through the day. Enjoy and
have a great Valentine’s Day from The Commonwealth Times.

Top Five Romantic Places in Richmond

1. Belle Isle at sunset or sunrise
2. Hollywood Cemetery
3. Church Hill at 2 a.m.
4. The canal walk
5. Maymont – picnic lunch or playing in the waterfall

Top Five Romantic Restaurants

1. The Tobacco Company. Everyone knows the name, and since you’ve been
saving your pennies for Valentine’s Day, we know you can afford it. 1201
E. Cary St.
2. Hana Zushi. What’s more romantic than sushi? Take your special someone
to this Richmond’s main sushi spot. 1309 E. Cary St.
3. Lemaire. Within The Jefferson Hotel, Lemaire is Richmond’s only AAA
five-diamond restaurant. That has Valentine’s Day written all over it.
101 W. Franklin St.
4. Caff

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