Valentine's Day Edition: Best Stuff to Do This Week in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

See also
- Valentine's Day 2013 in Fort Lauderdale, Broward: Restaurant Deals for Your Sweetheart
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Thursday, February 14

Xtreme Valentine Xperience: Feel the Love!
3 to 10 p.m. Xtreme Indoor Karting, 5300 Powerline Road in Fort Lauderdale. ;$49 per couple. Call 954-491-6265, or visit

This year, do not succumb to the Hallmark doldrums; vroom, vroom, vroom your way into your Valentine's heart at "Xtreme Valentine Xperience: Feel the Love!" Couples will receive two eight-minute sessions across Xtreme's half-mile-long asphalt track, two cocktails (served at the finish line, of course), two loaded arcade game cards, and two rounds of minigolf at Xtreme's 18-hole minigolf course. - Alex Rendon

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