If you haven't gotten a Valentine's Day gift yet—you're late.
But, as they say, better late than never.
No need to battle the traffic on McKnight Road or Downtown Pittsburgh—there are plenty of romantic gift options in the South Hills.
Guys, you can't go wrong with buying your ladies jewelry. Anything David Yurman will be a hit, including the David Yurman sterling silver and yellow gold heart locket enhancer on 16-inch box chain going for $950 at Louis Anthony Jewelers in Bethel Park.
Even closer to home, check out Truver's Jewelry in Dormont for a gift that's sure to impress, or Trunk Shows Boutique in Upper St. Clair.
Does you lady have a sweet tooth? Stop by the new Sweet Shoppe & Nut House in Collier Township. We like the $5 Valentine's edible treat baskets. It's a marshmallow krispy treat basket with a gumball, chocolate heart, chocolate drizzled marshmallows, cinnamon and cherry jelly hearts, and Valentine's candy corn.
Giovanni's Pizza in Dormont also carries hand-made chocolates, and if chocolate isn't your thing there are lots of local bakeries with sweet treats. Potomac Bakery in Dormont and Party Cake or Kribel's in Brookline are great for special cookies and cakes. If you're looking for mini cupcakes and other unique treats, check out the new Le Cupcake Shoppe on Capital Avenue in Brookline.
Valentine's Day can be more than candy, jewelry and flowers. Consider purchasing the organic shea butter lotion hearts and case from Tracy's Treats in Whitehall for $15.95. Simply warm the heart between your hands to soften and apply to skin for moisturizing.
Before you (finally) start your shopping or go out to eat, check the gift cards at your local Giant Eagle. Until Feb. 14, you can earn 20 cents in Fuelperks for every $50 you spend on fashion and restaurant gift cards.
And of course, don't show up for your date without flowers from Dormont Florist, or The Violet Bouquet.
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