Lemont Businesses Offer Valentine's Day Deals, Dinner Specials

Front Street Cantina and The Vault offer romantic dinner options, while Lemont florists gear up for the busiest day of the year.

Valentine’s Day is tomorrow. Love it, or hate it, most folks tend to partake in the annual hearts/candy/flowers/love tradition. So, to help make Tuesday a bit easier, especially if you’re a last minute shopper, here are a few ideas for last-minute gifts and dinner options around Lemont.

Heart-Shaped Pizza

, 12267 Walker Road, is serving up heart-shaped pizzas for $9.99 through Valentine's Day. To order, call 630-257-1712.

Looking for other V-Day pizza options? 

A Vault Valentine

, 308 Canal St., is offering a special dinner menu for its first Valentine's Day in downtown Lemont. The restaurant will serve a three-course Surf 'n' Turf meal, complete with a Vault salad and a delicious dessert. To reserve a spot, call 630-312-8380.

Valentine's Day, Cantina Style

, 319 Front St., is offering a Prix Fixe menu for just $33.95 per couple. Guests will choose an appetizer (Guacamole or Queso Fundido), entree (Fajitas for Two or Shrimp Ranchero for Two) and a dessert (Two Red Velvet cupcakes or Brownisimo).

The restaurant will also offer $6 strawberry margaritas, $4 mojitos, $3 Pacifico/Victoria and live music from Lee and Angela starting at 6 p.m.

For more information, visit www.frontstreetcantina.com or call 630-312-8636.

Love in Bloom

What would Valentine's Day be without a beautiful bouquet of flowers for the special lady in your life? Thankfully Lemont has plenty of great florists to choose from:

  • : 315 E. Illinois St. (630-243-9935)
  • : 1138 State St. (630-257-0339)
  • , 219 Main St. (630-257-5065)
  • : 435 Talcott Ave. (630-243-9430)
  • , 1202 State St. (630-243-1925)
  • , 1100 State St. (630-257-5959)

Last-Minute Gift Ideas

Sure, you could probably find a last-minute gift at or , but Lemont's smaller, family-owned businesses also offer a variety of options for Valentine's Day.

Pick up a pretty piece of jewelry from , 314 Canal St. (closed Monday, but open at 11 a.m. Tuesday); a nice wine from , 439 Talcott Ave.; or even a delicious dessert from , 316 Canal St.

Keep it sweet and simple—remember, it's the thought that counts.

All the Single Ladies

, 435 Talcott Ave., is once again holding a Valentine's Day giveaway for single ladies. Owner Viviana Grasso invites single women (or their friends) to leave a comment on the store's Facebook page for a chance to win a beautiful bouquet of flowers. The post that inspires her most wins.

But wait—it gets better. The winner will also receive a free blowout from Salon 312, a $20 gift certificate from Shop11Eureka.com, a manicure from Valerie Giacobbe Salon, a micoderm with Vitamin C and a mask from Aqua de Vida Spa, and a deep-cleansing back scrub and massage from Elements of Healing. 

Comment on the post by Valentine's Day for a chance to win!

Amanda Luevano February 13, 2012 at 04:39 PM
I should have worded it differently. I'm all for shopping at Kohl's and Target (probably my favorite place to shop), but I was talking about Lemont's small businesses—the ones that can really benefit from local shoppers. Thanks for the suggestions!
BWood February 13, 2012 at 04:47 PM
I'm with Amanda on this...SHOP SMALL! as in our local small businesses. Too many have closed their doors recently.
bob k February 14, 2013 at 10:18 PM
yeah like nickey v's for awhile now. Need to update that guys.
bob k February 14, 2013 at 10:19 PM
Also I seen a Rosatis pizza coming soon sign across from jewel but than I seen the window boarded up. Whats with that?
Amanda Luevano February 14, 2013 at 10:20 PM
Bob, This story is from 2012, so it may be out of date at this point. Thanks, Amanda


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