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Isn’t it unromantic...spend Valentine’s Day in a casual yet cool way

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Sure, there are plenty of places igniting candles to set the stage for romance this weekend, but for singles, or couples who prefer a less formal affair, there are fun ways to commemorate the holiday in Chicagoland.

For example, heart-shaped pizzas and heart-shaped ravioli are being served at Francesca’s North on 1145 Church Street in Northbrook. Learn more at www.miafrancesca.com or call 847-559-0260.

Lovers’ lane takes on a new meaning at Kings Lanes, Lounge & Sports in Rosemont which has a special Valentine’s dinner menu that includes one free game of bowling. To reserve your spot, call 847-233-0099 or visit www.KingsBowlAmerica.com/Rosemont.

Targeted to singles, couples, families and friends, The Cellar on 820 Clark Street in Evanston is honoring the holiday all weekend with an “All you need is love and shared plates” theme—sans reservations. Visit thecellarevanston.com for more information.

On 929 W Belmont Avenue in Chicago, ComedySportz is offering a night of comedy with chocolate, games, and a ComedySportz Kiss-Cam. For details, visit www.comedysportzchicago.com.