V-Day To-Go: Where to Pick-Up Holiday Treats for Your Sweetie

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Holidays tend to be hectic.

Valentine's Day is no different. Between getting a reservation, finding a parking space, dealing with hundreds of people, and the highly probable restaurant wait, showing that special someone you care can end up being a stressful endeavor.

Why not just stay home this V-Day?

For anyone looking to pick-up a special treat before heading indoors for the evening, we have a list of specials to pick-up for the holiday.

See Also: Valentine's Day To-Go: Five Best Chocolates in Broward and Palm Beach

Green Spot Kitchen, Fort Lauderdale

Whether you want to dine-in, take-out, or order a meal plan for your Valentine, this healthy Fort Lauderdale eatery has got you covered. The spot is offering special deals for plans now through February 21 for the holiday.

Le Macaron French Pastries, Delray Beach

Offer up your hear this V-Day, on a macaron. This Delray Beach macaronier is serving heart-shaped designs on the pink creme de rose macarons.

Patrick Lézé, Palm Beach

French treats are a surefire way to inch your way into anyone's heart. This Palm Beach bakery is offering Valentine's Day truffle lollipops, assorted specialty chocolates, macarons, and an array of pastries for the holiday.

Pizza Girls, West Palm Beach

Nothing says, 'I love you' like pizza. This West Palm pizza shop is offering a personalized hear shaped pizza, two mini bottles of Champagne, and two cannolis for $25.

The New Miami Subs Grill, all locations

If you're looking to pick-up a sandwich on your lunch-break, head to The New Miami Subs Grill. The local fast-food chain is giving away a free Otis Spunkmeyer cookie with every order on Valentine's Day.

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