×

TYPE IN YOUR SEARCH AND PRESS ENTER

Loading...
Things To Do

5 Fun Things To Do On Valentine’s Day If You’re Single

Katherine Ripley Katherine Ripley

5 Fun Things To Do On Valentine’s Day If You’re Single

If you’re single, you probably feel like Valentine’s Day is pretty much the worst day of the year. But it doesn’t have to be. You can use it as an excuse to have fun at one of these awesome events:

 

1. Evening Cruise For Singles

[Goldstar]
[Goldstar]
If you don’t have a valentine, you can go meet one on a happy hour or late-night cruise on Hornblower’s fabulous yacht. You’ll get fantastic views of the Manhattan skyline—a great backdrop to fall in love.

 

2. “Dart To The Heart” Open Bar

[Steven Petrucelli/Flickr]
[Steve Petrucelli/Flickr]
This is a great option for those of you who have recently gone through a break-up. Village Pourhouse is hosting a special Valentine’s Day event on Sunday afternoon where you can actually tape a picture of your ex to the dart board and throw darts at them. If you hit the bullseye you win a free pitcher, and there will be an open bar as well.

 

3. Singles Party at Littlefield

[Time Out]
[Time Out]
This event is dedicated to not being in love. If you’re on a budget, it’s a great option, because admission is only $6 when you book on Fever, and there will be $5-$8 drink specials all night.

Advertisement

 

4. “Nonconventional Valentine” at Attic Rooftop

[The Attic]
[The Attic]
The Attic is one of the best rooftop lounges in the city, and they’re throwing a Valentine’s Day party that really has nothing to do with Valentine’s Day. There will be top-notch DJs and $10 martini specials all night long.

 

5. Anti-Valentine’s Day at Hudson Terrace

[Hudson Terrace]
[Hudson Terrace]
This party at another one of the city’s coolest rooftop bars is strictly for singles. There will be drinks, dancing, icebreakers, games and prizes. Oh, and let’s not forget the complementary appetizers. To give you one more reason to feel good, 50 percent of the proceeds from the night will be donated to Bideawee, a leading pet welfare organization in NYC.

 

 

Cover photo credit: EventPhotosNYC/Flickr