Make Your Anniversary Dinner One to Remember
If you are married, you know that your anniversary is one of the most important days of the year. Some people like to build a big vacation around this day, while others simply like a day at home with their wife or husband. Some ambitious people will even don a cook shirt and make a homemade meal for their significant other. But whatever the case, spending time is the most important thing. An anniversary is a time to reflect on what has happened the past year and think about what the new year will bring as well. What you do during that time is secondary-it is the connection that is the important thing.
Many of us, however, choose to go to that special restaurant that they have had their eye on the entire year, but it is too expensive to go to on a “regular” night out. It might be a steak place that has $50 tenderloins. Or maybe it is a seafood restaurant that serves five courses and has wait staff that all feature a crisp white apron. Whatever the venue, it is important that you both are in on the selection. If one of you does not like the atmosphere or the menu, it really should not be the place you go for your special dinner. It does not even have to be the fanciest or most expensive place around. You can simply go to a place that you both love and that can make it special. It is usually better if you go somewhere that you either haven’t been to or a place that holds special meaning for you, but that is a personal preference.
Some people will even go to such lengths as to get the employees of a restaurant to add a special touch to their meal. Perhaps they will order flowers to be delivered during the meal by the host or hostess. Or maybe they ask the wait staff to sing a special song. Some may even have a prior relationship with the owner, who will come out and give a personal thank you for coming to the restaurant on such a special night. Whether it’s the head chef in a woman’s chef coat or your waiter, it is nice to have a personal touch one your anniversary dinner. It’s one of those things that can turn the ordinary into the extraordinary!