13 February 2013

Zimbabwe: Revellers Spoilt for Choice This Valentine

Those who have been pondering on how to treat their loved ones this Valentine's Day need not to worry.

Since love is in the air, one of the easiest things to do is to treat your partner to a Valentine's dinner where besides the eats and drinks, they get to unwind and get cosy while listening to some mellow music.

Perhaps this is what to expect at a dinner proudly hosted by CellOne Electronics, a leading electronics supplier in the capital, this Thursday where 25 lucky couples will enjoy a special candlelit dinner.

The red carpet will be rolled out to the couples on arrival at the Rainbow Hotel as well as welcome drinks to get you in the mood.

"It is a deliberate policy of our company to promote family and relationships so Valentine's Day dinner is one of the many events which we want people to come and share the experience of being in love.

However, as part of the promotion, couples have to spend at least US$500 worth of products from any of our branches. They will then be invited for the dinner where they will get a free wine bottle," a CellOne spokesperson said.

He said there will be more promotions from Cell- One this year as it seeks to dominate the market. A special guest is expected to attend the dinner while the emcee for the night will be Star FM's Tich Mataz Popularly known as the "Midas Touch" on radio, Tich is no stranger to such events associated with glitz and glamour. He is expected to spice up the dinner when he grabs the microphone.

Garwe Restaurant

One of the popular restaurants Garwe is hosting a Valentine's Day dinner for lovers alongside shopping on Valentine's Day as well as throughout the weekend.

The restaurant, which is situated just a few kilometres east of the city centre, has all the ingredients for a dream romantic dinner. There is the option of sitting outside or inside where guests are served traditional dishes in line with their healthy eating policy.

There is plenty of space to accommodate many people. The other plus for the restaurant is that it specialises in traditional food whether it's in season or not.

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