Make it the BEST Single’s Awareness Day Ever

By Megan Peterson

Anybody else spending another Valentine’s Day with their true love named….FOOD?! No one ever said that there’s anything wrong with that, they often say that people who love to eat are the best people!

“Marry the one who gives you the same feeling when you see food coming in a restaurant!”

Until then, you’re gonna want to make it a Single’s Awareness Day in NYC to remember, whether with a group of singles, or you, yourself, and you.

Here is where I suggest you indulge in my Single’s Awareness Day essentials, Carbs, Cheese, Chocolate and Booze. Make it the best Single’s Awareness Day yet with…


Two of my Cs to Single’s Awareness Day survival are taken care of. This slice is good for any day of the year, and thank goodness they have a few locations and are open LATE 👌.

Spinach Artichoke pizza from Artichoke Basille’s Pizza

A Black Tap Burger

I’d tap that — That being The Texan burger from Black Tap. There are no sad feelings biting into this juicy burger cooked perfectly, topped with cheddar, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and a golden, crisp onion ring. Now how could you not?!

BLACK TAP CRAFT BURGERS & BEER | 529 Broome Street | 248 W 14th Street Meatpacking District New York, NY

Ice Cream

Don’t let the thought of February 14th stress you out. Increasing your chocolate intake is known to amp up your feelings of well being and enhance the mood! You can do that deliciously at Emack & Bolios.

They have a flavor called Serious Chocolate Addiction (nuff said)

Emack & Bolios | Amsterdam Ave btw 78th and 79th New York, Ny

Trader Joe’s.

Trader Joe’s is home to an incredible wine shop! Whether you are looking to save a few bucks , or going big and bold to get through this Hallmark holiday, Trader Joes has plenty of wine to choose from! Once you decide your ideal bottle price, leave it to them to tell you what blends are best with what!

Trader Joes Wine Shop | East 14th Street between 3rd & 4th Avenue New York, NY

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