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Valentine's weekend reservations filling up fast in Huntington

Feb. 11, 2014 @ 11:35 AM

 HUNTINGTON — If you are looking at making reservations for Valentine’s weekend dinner you might want to do that sooner rather than later.

  Such fine dining restaurants as 21 @ The Frederick and Le Bistro in downtown Huntington were already booked up for Friday night.
   Both places had some openings for other nights. Call 21 Club at 304-529-0222 and check them out on Facebook. Le Bistro can be contacted at 304-523-2012 and you can check out there Facebook as well.

  Contact Savannah’s in downtown Huntington at 304-529-0919 and go online at http://savannahsmenu.com.

  Local dinner theater shows too are booking up. Carter Caves State Resort Park’s Friday night dinner theater show is sold out. A few tickets remain for Saturday night at $34.95 per person. The park is also offering a package that includes the dinner, show and an overnight stay in Lewis Caveland Lodge for $131.95 for two. Call 1-800-325-0059.

A few tickets remain for the annual dinner theater at First United Methodist Church, 1124 5th Ave., where they are performing his new comedy, “Bitsy and Boots Holiday Special,” that is packed with local theater standouts.

The dinner theater show is performed Thursday, Feb. 13; Friday, Feb. 14; Saturday Feb. 15. Dinner is served at 6:30 p.m. Show is at 8 p.m. Dinner and show for adults is $24. Children 12 and younger are $8. Show only is $5. All proceeds go to the church’s mission work. Call 304-522-0357 or 740-867-8576.

Also, a few seats remain as well for The Developmental Therapy Center’s  13th annual magic and music-filled fundraiser that starts at  7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15 at the Ramada Limited Hotel in Huntington. The evening begins with a social hour and h’orderves, followed by a complete buffet dinner by Wedding Bliss. Following dinner, magician Bobby Maverick takes the stage. There are also door prizes, a silent auction and a celebrity joke-a-thon. Tickets are $65. Dress for the evening is semi-formal. For tickets or information, call 304-523-1164.

Read about more cool things to do Valentine’s weekend in Thursday’s Weekend section inside The Herald-Dispatch.