It takes two to make … your Valentine’s date night go right. But what should you pair with a romantic meal? Here’s a few ideas. And explore more events on our Things to Do page.
Get a glimpse of life and love in 18th-century America on Feb. 14-16 during Unconditional Love: The Letters of John and Abigail Adams, a reading and actor portrayal of correspondence written between the second president and his partner of 54 years at the Boston Tea Party Museum.
306 Congress St., Boston (866-955-0667) bostonteapartyship.com. $69, couples; $39, individuals.
At the Museum of Fine Arts, take in a tale of star-crossed lovers on Feb. 13 with a viewing of An Israeli Love Story, a movie based on the real-life relationship between actress/director Pnina Gary and Eli Ben-Zvi, son of Israel’s second president.
465 Huntington Ave., Boston (617-267-9300) mfa.org. $15; $12, members.
On Feb. 16, get real about love at the Huntington Theatre with a live taping of Modern Love: The Podcast, featuring a presentation of three essays by stage and screen actors and a special musical show hosted by WBUR’s Meghna Chakrabarti and The New York Times’ Daniel Jones.
264 Huntington Ave., Boston (617-266-0800) huntingtontheatre.org. See website for complete details.
During Matched Up on the Mic, choose from a special Valentine’s Day karaoke playlist and croon your favorite love songs alongside a new duet partner, or hit up the prop-filled photo booth while munching on free pizza at the Revolution Hotel on Feb. 14.
40 Berkeley St., Boston (617-848-9200) therevolutionhotel.com. $15.