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Weekender Recommendations: This Valentine’s Day, Show Local Love

Love is in the air in Nyack, where you can spoil your special someone with amazing gifts, decadent food, and much more!

For a unique selection of jewelry pieces for your partner, be sure to browse Metal and Stone Jewelers (12 S Broadway), and Somos Designer Jewelry Gallery (78 S Broadway).

For your flower fix, visit Tappan Zee Florist (176 Main Street) .

Wrap up something sensual by upgrading her undergarments at Gena Lisa Lingerie (17 N Broadway), and get some grooves to set the mood at Main Street Beat (95 Main Street).

If your sweetheart has a sweet tooth, Nyack has no shortage of indulgent treats. Treat your honey to handmade chocolates from Adams Chocolate (150 Burd Street) and Tree Of Chocolate (6 S Broadway), decadent pastries and colorful macarons from Patisserie Didier Dumas (163 Main Street), or a whimsical box of donuts from Boxer Donut & Espresso Bar (18 N Franklin Street). If your love leans toward the savory side, Simard and Company (4 S Broadway) can help with their selection of gourmet cheese, charcuterie, and epicurean delights.

For a romantic meal, make reservations at one of Nyack’s fabulous restaurants, many of which offer specials on Valentine’s Day. Put a sparkle in your sweetie’s eye at Communal Kitchen (162 Main Street). Enjoy a special pre-fixe menu at The Greekish (8 N Broadway) or visit The Hudson House of Nyack (134 Main Street), where you can also finish your meal with one of Matt Hudson’s famous desserts.

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However you pamper your paramour, Nyack is the perfect place to hit cupid’s mark, and will surely capture your heart!

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