Valentine's Day Gift Ideas for Guys


Getting gifts for guys on Valentine’s day can be tricky, but everyone loves food right? Get your man something tasty for Valentine’s Day.

Chocollazo Chocolate-Covered Bacon and Guinness Bonbons


Chocolate-covered bacon bouquet (Courtesy)

Chocollazo Chocolate Trolley's chocolate-covered bacon bouquet with hickory smoked bacon and Belgian chocolate with coconut, pistachios and almonds is pretty and pretty delicious. The Bouquet is $40 and can be delivered locally.


Something a little different. (Courtesy)

Chocollazo also has several different varieties of truffles and bonbons in flavors like mint, coconut lime and caramel macchiato but what stands out is their Guinness bon bon–what's not to love about beer and chocolate? Truffle assortments come in boxes of 6, 12 and 24 from $14 to $46.

Contact: (210) 776-3963,

The Popcorn Place


36 Flavors to suit any palate (Courtesy)

The Popcorn Place (3910 McCullough, (210) 824-1019) has an assortment of flavors from the sweet chocolate, confetti or caramel pretzel crunch to savory tastes like hot wings, dill pickle or loaded baked potato. The Popcorn Place is now offering new flavors for Valentine’s Day including chocolate covered cherry chocolate covered strawberry and sweetheart mix with candied chocolate and cherry. Popcorn prices range from $1.35 for a mini bag to $45 for a six gallon refillable tin.

Cherry Whiskey Smash Cocktail


A little ginger brandy and more Jack Daniels via How Sweet it is

Have your honey sit back and relax with this yummy cocktail with Jack Daniels, ginger brandy, Cherry Coke and cherries to top off this very festive libation.

Recipe via How Sweet it is


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