Valentine's Day is fast approaching with the holiday falling midweek this year.

Whether you've been hit with Cupid's arrow or plan to spend it with family and friends, we have compiled the top ways to spend Wednesday, February 14 this year.

In no particular order, here are the top picks for spending the special occasion at home or out on the town.

Bob Marley: One Love premiere in cinema

The anticipated biopic of the one and only Bob Marley is premiering in cinemas across Glasgow on February 14.

Starring Kinglsey Ben-Adir and produced by Ziggy Marley, the story is based on the life of the legendary reggae singer from his rise to fame until his death in 1981.

Flight Club Darts with your pals and gals

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Since opening last October the social darts venue and bar has been a hit. Book your date night on Valentine's Day or head there on the weekend for a special Galentine's (or Palentine's) brunch.

On February 16 and 17 groups are invited to battle it out at the oche over a two-hour brunch session.

On arrival, groups will get a bottle of prosecco with a mini bottle of Chambord (perfect for Bellini's) and from start to finish you'll be topped up with unlimited pizza with eight options to choose from. Tickets start at £35.

Our only advice: One hour on the oche is never enough.

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Grab a dine-in deal and catch up on the latest telly

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Head to your local supermarket and take advantage of the heart-shaped couples cuisine on offer.

Most dine-in deals include a starter, main and dessert with some adding a side or drink to boot.

Sainsbury's, Tesco, Morrisons, Co-op, Marks & Spencer, ASDA - you name it. Head to your local for a midweek break in the kitchen.

Looking for something new to watch? Coming out on February 2, Donald Glover and Maya Erskine star in Amazon Prime's Mr & Mrs Smith reboot.

On February 8, Netflix is releasing a 12-episode adaptation of the romantic novel One Day by Nicholas Sparks.

And on February 14, Apple TV+ is releasing The New Look, a series about the life of Christian Dior in Paris after World War II.

Go for a good old-fashioned romantic dinner.

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Cliche? Who cares it's Valentine's Day. Glasgow is home to many romantic restaurants perfect for the occasion.

Pretend you and your partner are Lady and the Tramp as you share pasta over a red gingham tablecloth at Caprese Don Costanzo on Woodside Crescent.

If you're feeling fancy, head to Crabshakk Botanics for oysters and champagne. The taramasalata with charred bread is a must.

In the city centre, the new Six by Nico flagship in Merchant City will be serving a Mad Hatter's Tea Party-themed tasting menu with six courses for £39.

For a steak, The Butchershop on Sauchiehall Street is the more pocket-friendly sister restaurant to The Spanish Butcher.

Embrace your sins at Golf Fang

Glasgow Times:

The adults-only crazy golf warehouse in Anderston is hosting a "seven Deadly Sins" themed Valentine's event from February 9 to 18.

Putters are invited to embrace their sins and take part in a "night of delightful mischief" with prices starting at £12.50 per person (off-peak) and packages available.

The kitchen at the venue has been taken over by burger favourites Smokey Trotters so arrive early if you plan to eat at the venue.

Indulge in themed treats from an independent bakery

What better occasion to treat yourself and your loved one to a gorgeous cookie or cake in the suitable shape of a heart?

Akara bakery in the East End is taking orders for Valentine's themed empire biscuits. This year's flavour is raspberry and lychee. The retro treats come in a box of six (£18) and supplies are limited.

Sugarfall Patisserie, a Parisian-themed dessert shop on Byres Road, have an outstanding selection of handmade cakes that look almost too good to eat (almost).

For a more provocative spin on baked goods, Rude Cookies in the Southside has some iced cookies that will make your friends and loved ones blush.

Have a game night

Glasgow Times:

The games night is back and here to stay. As a couple or with a group, at home or in a pub, nothing says love like a little healthy competition.

Super Bario and NQ64 in the city centre are ideal for arcade games while Drury Street Bar and Kitchen is perfect for board games or pool.