Single’s Guide to V-Day

Posted By Chantel Baul / February 10, 2017 / Arts & Entertainment, Ask a Local / 0 Comments

Single’s Guide to V-Day Weekend on Tybee

For lovers across the country, Valentine’s Day weekend is a rose-tinted celebration of romance, complete with fragrant flowers, decadent chocolates, candle-lit dinners, and all the extra pomp. V-day brings with it the promise of an amorous evening spent in the warm embrace of the one you love, but if there’s no one else on the other end of your relationship equation, St. Valentine’s special day can feel like a callous reminder of what lacks in your life.

With its beautiful beaches, luxe accommodations and elevated cuisine, Tybee Island is an obvious V-day destination for couples around the nation. But the island makes a great escape for singles during the annual day of love too. Being single isn’t anything to feel bad about. In fact, singles have the most room for love in their lives, which is an advantageous state to be in. Don’t spend another Valentine’s Day feeling sorry for yourself. Get out there and smell the roses! Make this Valentine’s Day weekend a splendid celebration of solitude on Tybee Island.

 Unwind with a relaxing massage.

Coupled or single, everyone can use a good, integrative massage to take the stress out of Valentine’s Day preparations. Indulge yourself with a relaxing rubdown by the masterful masseuses at Tybee Beach Massage. Equipped with moonstones, scrubs and organic essential oils, Tybee Beach Massage will pull out all the stops to help melt away any tension you may feel about the annual day of love. Choose any one of their alluring services, and get ready to relax, refresh and realign. You’ll definitely leave feeling much better than you came.

Eat your fill of island-fresh oysters.

Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, with saltwater marshes and tributaries abound, Tybee Island is situated in a prime location for the freshest oysters in the region. Perfect for your V-Day lunch or dinner, Bernie’s Oyster House is a celebrated island eatery serving up flavorful oysters just the ways you like them: on the shell, fried or joined by fellow seafood favorites in a harmonious cornucopia. Oysters are famous for their aphrodisiac effects, and even if you’re spending the night solo, everyone can benefit from a love-inducing boost. Couple their famous seafood with their awesome bar, and you’ve got a thriving hotspot frequented by all the island locals you want to meet. Order a bucket of bivalves to share with that cutie at the bar, and shuck all night long!

Mix it up with other singles at a holiday bar crawl.

Valentine’s Day weekend on Tybee brings with it a special opportunity for singles. On Saturday, February 11th from 4 to 11 pm, join an unencumbered crowd and head to historic Downtown Savannah for the Cupid is Stupid Bar Crawl. Don your best red threads and spend the night enjoying lovely libations from the most skilled bartenders in Savannah. Pick up your scorecard at Boomy’s Bar, and crawl at your own pace to every bar on the list. The first 250 finishers will receive a free ‘Cupid is Stupid’ t-shirt. And head to Savannah Smiles for the afterparty. Meet other singles in the area, enjoy spectacular drink specials and dance the night away. How’s that for a Single-Awareness Day celebration? Register for the bar crawl today.

Enjoy live local music at the Tybee Post Theatre.

If you’re burned out from the bar scene, Valentine’s Day weekend has a compelling opportunity for you too. If you’ve got the blues this Valentine’s Day, you’re in good company because Tybee City Limits has got the blues too. Local blues groups Willie & The Tybee Blues Band and G. E. Perry & Strange Brew are taking the Tybee Post Theatre stage February 11th from 8 to 10 pm. Forget your sorrows and get lost in the gritty, soulful sounds of classic blues music. The concert is the perfect pick-me-up this Valentine’s Day, plus you’ll likely connect with other music aficionados on the scene. Get your tickets soon!

 


Tybee IslandAbout the Author:
Chantel Baul

Chantel Baul is a Savannah native with a knack for writing and an ever-growing curiosity. She received her BA in English and Professional Communications from Armstrong State University, and when she’s not writing she’s serving the country as a US Army Reserve Officer. She’s an NPR nerd/foodie with a deep passion for all things travel, sustainable living and fun.

 

 

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