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If your honey is into the Victorian Era, you might want to wine and dine him or her with a Victorian-style dinner and poetry at the Morris-Butler House in Indianapolis on Valentine's Day.
This historic home (built in 1865) on Indianapolis’ north side showcases its deep red rooms, gilt cherubs and flowers, as a romantic backdrop for a Valentine’s Day dinner.
The evening features a decadent dinner and dessert in the restored Victorian dining room that is inspired by an 1892 Valentine’s Day issue of Delineator Magazine. The menu for the event includes: Oysters, Squash Soup, Stuffed Pork with Fresh vegetables and breads, Salad in Love Apples, and Poached Pears.
After that, guests adjourn to the parlor for a reading of classic Victorian love poems with harp interludes. There are also tours of the house.
You’ll need to make a reservation by early February.