Area restaurants love Valentine's Day.
Many say it's the single biggest day of the year, accounting for up to eight percent of all of their business for the month of February.
Jason Scarpa, owner of Main Street Tavern and The Rooftop Restaurant in downtown Broken Arrow, says business doubles on the Day of Love.
Jennifer Sohl, Polo Grill manager says they are already full for Saturday night and have a waiting list for cancelations.
The Grill has also opened up Friday night for reservations in case you want to get started early.
Broken Arrow Charleston's manager Allison Cotner expects that since the holiday falls on Saturday this year, even Thursday will be a big day for them.
Valentine's Day menu items at Charleston's will include filet and shrimp with dessert included.
Main Street will ofer a special once-a year menu with your choice of a filet, pork chop, or sea bass for $75 per couple.
The Rooftop will offer salad, dessert, and your choice of three pasta plates for $40 per couple.
The Polo Grill will serve a 5 oz. filet and a 5 oz. lobster tail for $75 per plate. Call soon or you could be eating in... the dog house.