You know the feeling: You realize Valentine's Day is two days away and you haven't arranged anything special for your sweetheart. Instead of buying a box of stale chocolates, crappy conversation hearts or a cheap stuffed animal, surprise the person who means so much to you with something that actually says how much that person means, like a frighteningly fun evening at Boise Art Museum's werewolves- and vampires-themed Love Bites: Valentine's Dinner. Sit in style at a long table, joined by other dinner-goers, and enjoy a four-course meal cooked up by Cacicia's Old World Sicilian Foods, along with perfect wine pairings. It is a pre-fixe menu, but there is a vegetarian option.
Dress for the evening is semi-formal, or blend in with the fanged creatures and hairy critters and go in costume. You can also get your face done up at BAM, where there will be make-up artists waiting to make you look frightful. The evening also includes Art After Dark and a live performance by local DJ Slieb, who will play traditional music, contemporary pieces and mash-ups of the two. The evening will be hosted by BAM's curator of education, Terra Feast. SOLD OUT.