There's always the heart-shaped box of chocolates or chalky candy hearts from a drug store, and the ubiquitous cliche cards that say something like "I choo-choo-choose you!" above a picture of a train. Of course, you could splurge on jewelry, maybe one of those "open heart" necklaces that actually looks like a snake made by Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman at Kay Jewelers.
But no matter what you decide, you'll probably have to eat. And luckily, many restaurants serve special Valentine's Day menus that go above and beyond their everyday offerings. Below are a few options. Because while celebrity designed jewelry is nice, you can't eat cubic zirconia.
Here's a roundup of some of the Valentine's Day dinners in Bend:
6 p.m., $95/couple