Nothing says romance like free food. Restaurants are offering plenty of Valentine’s Day specials, and they’re even giving away delicious treats. Impress your sweetheart with one of these frugal choices on Feb. 14.

Auntie Anne’s: The heart-shaped pretzels are part of a buy one, get one free deal on Valentine’s Day. Get the coupon on the Auntie Anne’s website.

Firehouse Subs: This Valentine's freebie is for a cookie. Use their coupon (in the tweet below) with any purchase.

Fogo de Chão: Buy a churrasco lunch, dinner or Sunday Brunch at the restaurant from Valentine’s Day through Feb. 17 and you’ll get a card for a complimentary meal. The card can’t be redeemed until Feb. 18, though.

Hooters: The Shred An Ex campaign continues. Anyone who virtually shreds their ex on Hooters’ website can get 10 wings for free when they buy 10 wings.

Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf: Get your Valentine an afternoon pick-me-up. Customers who get a regular or larger drink after 2 p.m. on V-Day will get a second drink free.

Qdoba Mexican Eats: The Mexican restaurant is running their annual Qdoba for a Kiss event. When someone purchases an entrée, they’ll get one free if they smooch someone or something at the register. Qdoba says kissing celebrity crush photos or even the burrito is accepted. For social media posts with #QDOBAFORAKISS, the company will also donate $1 to No Kid Hungry.

Chuck E. Cheese: Get free delivery and a goody bag from the kid-friendly restaurant when you order on DoorDash on Feb. 14.

Plated: First-time subscribers can get free dessert for a year with the code BEMINE.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop: Anyone who comes in to eat without a significant other gets a free cookie on Valentine’s Day.

Jack in the Box: Use the mobile app on Valentine’s Day to get a free five-piece churro, cheesecake or regular shake with purchase.

FORTO: The first 100 customers to use the code LOVECOFFEE at checkout on Feb. 14 will get a free six-pack of Hershey’s coffee shots with their order.

Free Valentine's Day Food
Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is one of many retailers offering free goods on Valentine's Day. Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for John Varvatos