The Best Reasons to Stay in This Valentine’s Day

Why you should order delivery on Valentine’s Day

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Let’s face it—going out to dinner on Valentine’s Day is overrated. You venture out into the cold, struggle to find parking, wait to be seated and then eat shoulder-to-shoulder with strangers. That doesn’t sound very romantic.

Historically, Valentine’s Day has been one of the busiest nights of the year for Bite Squad. And for good reason. Why not order your favorite food, set the stage at home and enjoy a quiet meal with your loved one (whether that be your significant other, a family member, friend or even pet—we don’t judge).

More and more people are catching on that it’s so much easier and more convenient to order in on Valentine’s Day than it is to go out. And if you do it right, you don’t have to sacrifice any of the ambiance or romance!

#1 No need for reservations

Reservations for the best Valentine’s Day hot spots have to be made weeks in advance. And if you forgot or just aren’t a plan-ahead kind of person, you probably missed your chance. If you didn’t make your reservation early, be prepared to either wait for hours for a table, or wind up in the drive-through at your local burger joint.

#2 No crowds

Long lines, bearing witness to awkward first dates, battling crowds. There is nothing appealing about that. Ordering delivery on Valentine’s day solves all those problems. You can enjoy your favorite meal in the comfort of your home, setting the ambiance just as you like it.

#3 Order exactly what you want

Many restaurants limit their in-house menus on Valentine’s Day with a small list of specials. Want Thai food instead of seafood? Greek in lieu of a pretentious steak dinner? Not an issue with delivery! Plus, you can splurge on an appetizer and dessert, too, because you won’t be spending money on up-charged wine or champagne.

#4 Customize the mood

Whether you want to light candles and enjoy a charming evening at the dinner table, or be totally casual curled up on the couch, you are in control of your Valentine’s Day dinner experience with delivery. Set the tone for whatever kind of evening you’re in the mood for—and just enjoy the food and the company.

#5 You don’t need a date

No matter who you’re spending the day with, delivery is always the smart way to go.


Schedule your Valentine’s Day meal ahead of time.