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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

10 Fast Food Valentine's Day Specials for St. Louis Lovers

Posted By on Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 1:12 PM

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For many couples, Valentine's Day means a fancy dinner out complete with flowers, chocolate and sparkling wine. But with Valentine's Day profits expected to reach $18.6 billion this year, fast-food restaurants are looking to get in on the holiday craze.

Why have an expensive steak dinner when you could make a reservation at White Castle? Who needs an expensive box of artisan chocolates when Dairy Queen has a Blizzard just for the occasion?

Times are tough, man, but these ten fast-food joints ensure that you'll have a romantic evening without breaking the bank.

And hopefully you'll still have a significant other come February 15, too...

See also: -No Reservations: Gut Check's Valentine's Day Fast-Food Experiment -14 St. Louis Celebrities Who Ought to Name a Candy After Themselves -Hate Valentine's Day? Enjoy an Offal (Late) Dinner at Five Bistro

A real proposal at Fazoli's on Valentine's Day.
  • A real proposal at Fazoli's on Valentine's Day.

Fazolis Italian restaurants are a quintessential engagement spot, but if you're going to stoop to a fast food restaurant engagement, you'd better get something more than a wedding out of it. Like a year's worth of spaghetti.

Fazoli's is offering couples a year's worth of free spaghetti if the proposal takes place at the restaurant on February 14. The couple will also be entered to win $500 in catering from Fazoli's for a wedding reception, rehearsal dinner or shower. Cause nothing says "I want to spend the rest of my life with you" like Pepperoni Stuffed Pizza Sticks.

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