The Rose Hotel | 807 Main Street, Pleasanton, CA 94566 USA
Phone: (925) 846-8802 | BOOK NOW

2 Feb

Dining, musicals, and wine events bring romance to Tri-Valley in February

As January gives way to February, love is in the air in California’s Tri-Valley. With slower-paced small-town charm, our region in the Bay Area is the perfect place to get away for a romantic trip.

Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day or just looking to take a break from the hustle and bustle of daily life, the Rose Hotel in Pleasanton, Calif., provides an intimate, quiet setting for a relaxing time for you and your loved ones. We also have a Romance Package special that would be perfect for the long President’s Day Weekend.

To sweeten the deal, The Rose Hotel is partnering with Pasta’s Trattoria for a special a romantic Valentine’s experience. Enjoy a stay at our luxury hotel and savor a dinner for two at Pasta’s Trattoria with a 20% discount. Make your Valentine’s reservation today through The Rose Hotel, we have reserved your space at Pasta’s Trattoria. Ask for the Valentine’s special to receive the special $310 per night rate (excluding taxes and fees.)

While you’re here, the Tri-Valley has an array of great February 2024 events going on to enjoy during your stay.

Musical trivia

Pleasanton’s BottleTaps tap room and restaurant is hosting Xtreme Music Bingo events every Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. Combining elements of bingo and music trivia, Xtreme Music Bingo contains different music genres.

A couple of category examples they give are “Ladies of the 80’s” and “Disney Musicals,” so there’s something for any music tastes. The exciting game nights are free to play and family friendly. There is also plenty of delicious food and a vast selection of more than 200 ciders, beers, and meads.

Pre-Valentine’s Day fun

If you’re visiting and ready to enjoy the weekend before Valentine’s Day with your friends, Livermore’s McGrail Vineyards is hosting a Palentine’s Day Party 11 a.m. to 2p.m. on Feb. 10. The event will include a mimosa bar with McGrail’s special Gracie Sparkling Wine to enjoy while listening to a DJ playing throwback tunes for jamming out.

A food truck will have Mexican fare available to satisfy the munchies. Permanent jewelry from Jerici & Co. will be available for sale if you’re ready to find a bracelet, necklace or more to stay with you for life. Tickets are available at the event link above for $15 for wine club members and $25 for non-members.

New twist on old romance

For something out of the ordinary to do to celebrate Valentine’s Day, check out Livermore’s SPARC Theatre’s Romance & Juliet on Feb. 14 at 7:30 p.m. or Feb. 17 at 2 or 7:30 p.m. Romeo & Juliet may be a classic tale of romance, but you’ve probably never seen it quite like this.

Romance & Juliet’s entire cast consists of just three actors retelling Shakespeare’s classic story. While watching this intriguing performance by such a small number of people, guests also have the option to enjoy a glass of wine, or a dessert flavored with the best Valentine’s Day flavor possible: chocolate. Get your tickets online for $25 without a glass of wine or $35 with wine.

Taste of the Tri-Valley

Those visiting toward the end of the month can enjoy the Taste Tri-Valley Restaurant Week from Feb. 23 to March 3. The week includes a variety of events, such as the opening dinner at LB Steak San Ramon, where local chefs will collaborate to create an incredible four-course tasting menu, and the Fizz, Food & Fun brunch with wine, mimosas, and a perfectly paired meal.

Giveaways, special menu items and more are on offer throughout the event as well. Check out the event link above for all the latest news, event tickets and to sign up for alerts regarding Tri-Valley Restaurant Week news.

Mozart in March

Enjoy the perfect complement to dinner out in the Tri-Valley with a show in the form of Livermore Valley Opera presents: The Magic Flute. Featuring showtimes of 7:30 p.m. March 2 and 9 and 2 p.m. on March 3 and 10, this performance of Mozart’s timeless tale from the Livermore Valley Opera takes place at Livermore’s Bankhead Theater.

Follow the journey of a prince thrust into a world of magic as he rescues a princess from the priest who kidnapped her. Enjoy this plot-twisting tale by getting your tickets from the Bankhead website for $20 to $105.

Run off the calories

Those feeling full from taking advantage of restaurant week can burn off some calories by participating in the Livermore Valley Half Marathon on March 3. The 10th anniversary of this running race features course options for a half marathon, 5K and kids’ quarter mile, all starting in downtown Livermore.

All routes go on a scenic tour of California’s breathtaking wine country. For spectators and those racers desiring a well-earned reward, the event also includes a beer, wine, and music festival.

Race start times range from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m., and entry is available online from $35 to $149.

When you need a rest from enjoying the local culinary scene or exciting local events, the Rose Hotel is here for you. With our cozy, small-town setting, and Old World European-style charm, we attend to every detail to ensure your stay provides the perfect accommodation.

Due to our focus on quality stays over the quantity of guests, our reservations fill up quickly. Arrange your February stay with us today.

Reach us by emailing, calling (925) 846-8802, or stopping by to visit at 807 Main St., Pleasanton, CA 94566. Click here to book your next visit to the Rose Hotel.


We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By agreeing you accept the use of cookies in accordance with our privacy policy.