Foodora (Formerly Hurrier) Has a Valentine’s Day Gift for Your Big Date
In Toronto, there are three things to look forward to: extremely freezing temperatures, NBA All-Star Weekend, and a lot of potential love making.
With temperatures expecting to dip into the -25 degree zone (post wind chill), it may be more wise to consider spending Valentine’s Day at home this year. As a matter of choice, dating site Match.com indicated that 1 in 4 Torontonians say dinner at home is the most romantic date.
This weekend only, Foodora (formerly Hurrier) is introducing Valentine’s Day SOS (Satisfy Our Stomachs) boxes, available for purchase on foodora.ca, so you can spend the rest of the evening cozying up in front of the fireplace instead of freezing your date into a popsicle.
What’s inside you may ask? It’s exactly what you’ll need to set the tone.