“Dinner and a show” has been the structure of date nights since time immemorial. Even ancient Greeks were probably taking in tragedies and following it up with some wine, olives and roasted meats during their pre-A.D. courtship rituals.
Though the most recent Sweetest Night is in the rearview mirror, Travelzoo can still put couples on the path to entertainment and sustenance in cities around the country. We’ve got deals on Disney shows, comedy and music available to pair with meal deals right now:
In Dallas, take in “Giselle” at the Texas Ballet for $11, or in Houston spend an evening with the Ars Lyrica classical ensemble for $15.50. Afterwards, fire up some steaks, burgers, potatoes and pork chops sent directly to you from Omaha Steaks at over 70% off.
In San Francisco, spend a night watching college football or crooning opera stars: Tickets for the Cal Golden Bears are on sale as well as passes to the SF Opera’s staging of Don Giovanni. Partner those experiences with a pairing of hibachi steak and seafood with drinks for two from Hana Japan Steak & Seafood.
In Seattle, take in “Saving Aimee”, a new musical from Kathie Lee Gifford, at the 5th Avenue Theater, and then grab wine and a couple small plates from Smash Wine Bar & Bistro – a full night of entertainment for two for $50.
In case you already have a Local Deal at a top restaurant burning a hole in your back pocket, discounts to big-ticket shows are also on sale in Baltimore (Disney on Ice), Hartford (Spamalot and FELA), Las Vegas (Philharmonic's Sinatra Tribute & Andrew Dice Clay -- though not at the same time), Philadelphia (“Red” starring Haley Joel Osmont) and a Shakespeare-based political thriller in Washington, D.C.