Did he dazzle you with his extensive knowledge of mineral water? Or was it his in-depth analysis of Marky Mark that reeled you in? SEE The Gates of Paradise What: Three of Ghiberti’s famous gilded door panels come to the U.S. for the first time since being commissioned for Florence’s Duomo in the midfifteenth century. Why: Show yourself the door. When: Thru Apr. 6. Where: Seattle Art Museum, 1300 First Ave. (206-654-3100). Multiplex What: SoDo’s always worthwhile Western Bridge gallery spotlights of-the-moment video projections and installations by the likes of Takeshi Murata, Dara Friedman, and Isaac Julien. Why: You’ve tried sex and lies, time for videotape. When: Thru Mar. 29. Thurs.-Sat., noon-6 p.m. Where: 3412 Fourth Ave. S. (206-838-7444). TRY Chocolate Waxing What: Let aestheticians spread dark or white chocolate on your nether regions for this V-Day special. Why: Well, we’re not exactly sure. When: Fri.-Feb. 14. Where: The Wax Bar, 5915 15th Ave. NW (206-789-2963). HEAR The Decemberists What: A canceled Croc show doesn’t keep Colin Meloy and co. from breezing through town. Why: Be a calendar girl. When: Thurs., 8 p.m. Where: The Moore Theatre, 1932 Second Ave. (206-467-5510). REDISCOVER Union What: Ethan Stowell’s first resto destuffifies by lowering prices and cozying up its ambiance. Why: Pitch-perfect dishes (like potato gnocchi with black trumpet mushrooms and mascarpone) are now under $20. When: You’re tightening the purse strings. Where: 1400 First Ave., at Union St. (206-838-8000). BUY Mario’s Super Bowl Sale What: Queue up for already discounted women’s merch marked down another 50 percent. Why: Temperley dress was $1,160, now $232; Jil Sander boots were $1,350, now $270. When: Sun., 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Where: 1513 Sixth Ave. (206-223-1461).