Tonight on the Town: Valentine’s Edition!

Today, Feb. 14

Food: Happy Valentine’s Day! Friday and Saturday features at All Day Cafe and Goodnight Bar include baby octopus for an appetizer and bone-in pork chop, prime rib or halibut for dinner. Dessert options include red velvet creme brulee, chocolate cake or a mocha cafe martini. Cheers!

Event: Everyone loves comedy. Whether you’re out on the town with your sweetie or your best buds, enjoy a couple comedy shows tonight. Rookies will host comedian Luke Ashlocke tonight, with shows starting at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $10, and Chris Schlichting will open. For more, Latitude 44 will offer stand-up comedy with Zach Reiner, Bob Gurnett, Mike Vamosi, Alice Galloway, Andrew Swann, Micah Johnson, Nick Rahm and Sam Malcomb. The show begins at 8 p.m., and tickets are $7.

Saturday, Feb. 15

Food: Valentine’s specials continue at Parker’s Bistro downtown and include grilled lamb chops, amuse bouche and pan-seared halibut. Make reservations at 275-7676.

Event: The Coliseum on Main Street will host a Family Fun Festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. The free event will feature Phil Baker, Bo Bo the Clown, inflatables, vendor booths, door prizes for the kids and a free lunch. The event also is a health and safety fair fundraising event for Health Connect, the state’s only dedicated consumer/public health library.

Sunday, Feb. 16

Food: Bros Brasserie serves breakfast on Sundays only, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Classics include omelets or steak and eggs, and specialties include pumpkin pancakes, biscuits and gravy and crab cake Napolean.

Event: Club David will host a film screening tonight for the short documentary “Birthday Cake. The “mockumentary sequal” to “Groom’s Cake” begins at 6 p.m. and documents the zany three days leading up to the first birthday party for the daughter of television star Steven James and his screenwriter husband, Daniel Ferguson. A live Q&A via Skype will follow with writer, producer, director and star, Chad Darnell. Before the main show, Club David will show other short films as well, including “Us. A Family Album,” “What Do You Know? Six to Twelve Year-Olds Talk About Gays and Lesbians” and “Hens and Chicks.” Cost is $8 in advance or $10 at the door, and profits will benefit the Sioux Falls AIDS Walk benevolence fund.