Shop the International Marketplace this Valentine’s Day

 

Kansas City – If you are still searching for gift ideas for Valentine’s Day, don’t forget to shop the International Marketplace!

Musaletti’s Pizza on Independence Avenue and Belmont Boulevard will be selling 10-inch one-topping pizzas in an adorable heart shape all week for six dollars! Musaletti’s also delivers, so you and your partner can stay and make this day feel special, even if it’s a Thursday.

Musaletti’s isn’t the only business celebrating Valentine’s Day. Elvira’s Cakes on Independence Avenue and Myrtle Avenue has special heart-shaped cakes, and other Valentine’s Day treats available, as well as Valentine’s cards available for only one dollar! Their chocolate-covered strawberries are soon to be a staple gift for your loved one, even if that loved one is yourself.

Eleo’s Coffee on the southwest corner of Independence Avenue and Indiana Avenue will also have some exclusive Valentine’s Day treats, including a buy one get one half-off raspberry mocha!  You can buy one for you and your sweetheart (or just two for yourself).

Boulevard Bakery on Independence Avenue and Chestnut will be creating some Valentine’s Day themed sweet treats for the holiday.  

Charity Thrift Mart on Truman Road and Topping is having a huge Valentine’s Day sale with items 50 to 75 percent off!

Avenue Pawn and Fine Jewelry on Independence and Chestnut is offering half-off selected fine jewelry and free gift wrapping for Valentine’s Day.

The City Market also has several events happening. They’ll be hosting a mass wedding with several couples saying “I do” at the same time, and everyone is invited to witness it! Couples will get a reception, and a “Just Married,” special street car ride around the city.

The following weekend, on Saturday, February 16, the City Market will also host a Valentine’s Day “Love is the Name of the Game,” game board party. Single people and couples are all welcome to join, as Level One Game Shop sets up multiple tables with a board game for everyone. There won’t be chocolate covered strawberries and flowers, but there will be live music and “love-themed” balloon twisting!

 

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