What: A Really Good Screw, order online on www.happilyunmarried.com Rs 500.
Why: Happily Unmarrried gives it to you - a screw-shaped loose change collector with a secret cavity to hide condoms. This quirky V-day gift option keeps you safe from the moral brigade too.
When: A good screw is hard to find, especially on the busiest day of the year.
Why: Because Khao Suey will replace khandvi and sabzi will make way for Sushi in your dabba. With Japanese, Burmese, Thai, American, Lebanese and Italian fare on the menu, it's all about loving your lunch.
When: You want to eat out of the box.
What: Gucci Sima Clutch, Trident Hotel, Nariman Point, Rs. 37,000.
Why: Because bags are the new flowers – and with this golden heart (shaped) clutch, you’ll really feel the love.
When: You’re making your Valentine’s wish list.
What: Bay View Terrace Bar, Hotel Harbour View, Opp. Radio Club, Colaba, Rs. 125 for a beer.
Why: Because spectacular views of the sea, the Gateway and the Taj hotel, along with its obscurity (and slight shadiness), make this open-air bar one of the most romantic spots in the city.
When: Perfect for a non-Valentine’s Day date, which just happens to be on February 14th.
Wanted: Sweet, do-gooding date whose shades range from gentle to exotic.
Found: MIT graduate Vijaya Pastala's organic, fair trade honey – available in Litchi, Forest, Sesame and a whole slew of other flavours.
When: You want your honey with an expiry date.
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