February 14th: Love fest or Hateration? Why?
JW: Both. One night I celebrate with my girlfriends and slam all the jerks of the moment and the next night I fully do something cheesy with my man. Details will not be revealed or I could face stoning.
TB: A great day to mope around, watch John Cusack movies, all the way from Say Anything to Must Love Dogs, and eat burritos with your single lady friends.
DC: Hateration – makes all the single people feel bad.
Where are your fave romantic spots in the city?
SL: Brooklyn bridge – if the date works out great ! If not – I can push him off the bridge.
CJ: Once I weed through the investment bankers and gay men I will let you know…Until then, let’s say The Cloisters. Or a rooftop sunset overlooking the NYC skyline
MB: I love areas of the city that are a little more desolate and private. One of my fav spots is Saturdays on Crosby St and Grand. They have this hidden garden in the back and I love to sneaking away with my hubby for a quick midday coffee.
DC: Botanical gardens when the cherry blossoms are in bloom
What must have item are you coveting for V-day?
MB: Hmmmmm, one night of full sleep without being woken up by one of my kids! Oh, and the Charlotte satchel in red. The vibrant red is a statement but the structured, lady like shape is super sophisticated.
TB: A Netflix subscription, surely an adequate substitute for a meaningful relationship.
DC: A ring, it’s been 6 years.
JW: Puppy love. Our office mascot, LAB. I fully make- out with him. Who wouldn’t?
TB: Sean Kingston. And the boys that work at Saturdays on Crosby and Grand.