KATY MAGAZINE NEWS
February 5, 2020
By Jennifer Miko
Looking for something fun to do in Katy for Valentine's Day? We've got you covered! From "Casablanca" under the stars, to cocktail tasting, to wine dinners, to a singles' event, here are some of our favorite things to do. Read on.
Friday, February 14, 2020
1. "CASABLANCA" IN THE PARK
23501 Cinco Ranch Boulevard
6 – 9 p.m.
Cozy up on Central Green in LaCenterra for a special Valentine’s Day showing of the XXXX classic “Casablanca.” The Willow Fork Drainage District (WFDD) has planned this free, uniquely romantic event. Guests are encouraged to come dressed as 1940s celebrity couples to win awesome prizes and have fun posing in the photo booth.
2. KIDS VALENTINE’S PARTY
23221 Cinco Ranch Boulevard
6 – 9 p.m.
Share the live this Valentine’s Day at Lifetime Fitness in Katy. Kids will play musical heart games, make a fun craft bouquet to bring home to their Valentine, and refuel with a pizza party and yogurt parfait buffet.
3. COCKTAIL LOVERS PARTY
2707 Commercial Center Blvd
Open – Close
Bar Louie’s Valentine’s Day event calls for “martinis, cocktails and romance, in that order.”
Stop into the hot spot in LaCenterra for their limited-edition drinks and late night specials and sip your way into Bar Louie’s “gastrobar revolution.”
4. MURDER MYSTERY
5351 1st Street
7 – 9 p.m.
Enjoy dinner and a show at No Label this Valentine’s Day. Guests have the option of playing a character role in the mystery or playing a detective to solve the “crime.” Costumes and props will be provided. Tickets are $65 and include dinner and the event. Click on the link here for tickets.
5. VALENTINE'S DAY OPEN GYM
Katy Gymnastics and Sports Performance KGSP
22570 Franz Road
7 - 10 p.m.
Enjoy a kids-free Valentine's Day! Check the kids into Katy Gymnastics and Sports Performances (KGSP) for a fun-filled night they will love!
Visit the KGSP website here for more information.
6. VALENTINE’S DAY GAME NIGHT
6801 Highway Boulevard
3 – 11 p.m.
Family-owned and operated Battlehops Brewing combines beer, board games and more. They bres small-batch beers, sodas and coffee in house and carry locally-produced wine.
Visit them to peruse their board game library with over 400 titles for kids of all ages.
7. “GHOST” VALENTINE’S DINNER PARTY
2707 Commercial Center Boulevard
7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Alamo Drafthouse in Katy promises their “Ghost” dinner party “will fill your belly, warm your heart, and revive your spirit.”
Tickets include a full three-course meal with a decadent cheese plate, chicken saltimbocca served with potato “pottery,” and a warm, flaky apple-pear galette.
Visit their website here to reserve your tickets. Limited seating is available. Other Valentine’s features will be shown in other theatres – check their website for the perfect way to spend a lovely evening at the movies.
8. SINGLE'S AWARENESS DAY
Little Woodrow’s Katy
22225 Katy Freeway
8 p.m. – 2 a.m.
Little Woodrow’s wants to set you up with a great Valentine’s Day event – especially for singles. Patrons choose from three different colored cups and wristbands:
Red - "I'm just here for the drinks." Yellow - "Impress me and let's see what happens." Green - "Hey good lookin, what's cookin?!"
Maybe love with be in the air at Little Woodrow's in Katy.
9. MINE CRAFT PARENTS' NIGHT OUT!
22167 Westheimer Parkway
6:30 – 10 p.m.
Drop off the kiddos at Code Ninjas for a Parents Night Out. They'll play Minecraft, assemble puzzles, build robotics, decorate valentine cookies, and eat yummy pizza!
Code Ninjas invites parents to drop off their kids, “go have fun, just remember to pick them up.”
Click the link here to register!
10. VALENTINE’S DAY WINE PAIRING DINNER
3130 Katy Hockley Cut Off Road
7 - 10 p.m.
Chef Scott Boyer will prepare a special meal for this wine pairing including a caprese salad, lasagna and cannoli cupcake.
Visit the ErmaRose Winery website to reserve your tickets because seats are limited.
11. VALENTINE’S DAY PARENTS’ SURVIVAL NIGHT
23010 Highland Knolls Drive
6 - 9 p.m.
At the Little Gym, they know parents need a recess too! Drop the kiddos off to play and explore in a safe, social environment with instructors leading them through music, games and other activities.
Participants must be at least 3 years old and bathroom independent. Visit the Little Gym website now to sign up because space is limited.