The "Chelsea Lately" star also talks about the hype surrounding Valentine's Day, and says you shouldn't take the "commercialized holiday" so seriously.
"If you don’t receive an engagement ring or whatever grand gesture you’re hoping for on this very commercialized holiday, be a grown-up and get over it," she says.
network from 2007 to 2014, and released a documentary series, Chelsea Does, on Netflix in January 2016. Other shows on which Handler has appeared include Weekends at the D.
The newly divorced chef and the outspoken comedian were spotted having a cozy dinner for two at Blue Plate Oysterette in Santa Monica, Calif., on Wednesday night.Click here to subscribe to FOX411’s You Tube channel “It looked like a date,” a witness told the New York Post.The pair who pulled up to the restaurant in the same car, sat at a back corner table and looked “flirty.” During an interview which taped last Wednesday, Handler said she would be going on a first date with someone famous that night. You’d know him.” In July, Flay, 51, finalized his contentious divorce from actress Stephanie March — a blond, blue-eyed beauty like Handler — after a decade of marriage."Our idealism about Valentine’s Day is, at the very least, embarrassing and a general reflection of some bad romantic comedy we saw starring Jennifer Love Hewitt Lopez (I combine the two because, well, frankly, they deserve it)." "The most romantic V-Day I had was when my boyfriend wrote me a book about every trip we’d been on," she continues."There were pictures of us, with love poems and prose about how much I’d changed his life.