Parks are like a box of chocolates in Ealing Via theguardian.com There really are so many to choose from. But with Walpole park's 19th Century landscaping; ornamental bridges, streams and a walled rose garden - you might forget to visit Pitzhanger Manor House's free art exhibition. A rose by any other name would smell as sweet Via thecrackedpot.co.uk No Valentine's day is complete without a beautiful flower or two, and it really doesn't get better than the Northfield Avenue's gem The Cracked Pot flower boutique. If Italian is the language of love, then so is it's food Via standard.co.uk Ealing is full of romantic restaurants, but there's no doubt that Angelo and Pasquale's fiercely authentic Santa Maria pizzeria is one of the best in London. What's sweeter than pudding? Via plus.google.com That pizza deserves to be followed with a decadent slice of cake, and Ealing's Cafe Magnolia has some of the most impressive on offer. Theatre is where the world's stories come alive on stage... Via thestage.co.uk And Questors Theatre on Ealing's Mattock Lane is one of the largest amateur theatres in Europe, respected for championing new or rarely performed plays, and for encouraging experimentation. When it's time to relax with a cocktail Via foodandfuel.co.uk Maggie's cocktail menu featuring its coconut chilli mojito and the blueberry daiquiri is definitely worth looking at - and how beautiful are those shelves! Vintage is so 2015 Via facebook.com Ealing's Vintage Market on the Avenue runs on the last Saturday of every month - full of unique gems and beautiful pieces that make mass production jewels cower. Speaking of vintage... Via Facebook: clarenceandalabama Ealing's very own Clarence and Alabama has everything you need to kit you out this Valentine's. And when every day feels like Valentine's day... Via energyphotographic.co.uk Ealing's dramatic Grade II listed Town Hall proves to be a surprisingly beautiful romantic wedding venue.