With Valentines Day just around the corner, restaurants have prepared menus for the holiday. Check out this list of 16 restaurants that will be host to a beautiful Valentine’s Day celebration and make your reservations now! (This list consists of restaurants that confirmed Valentine’s Day specials.
There will be a 4 course-tasting menu at $50 a person. The guests can choose from three salad dressings, seven appetizers, nine entrees, and three desserts. Guests choose one item from each category: salad, appetizer, entrée and dessert.
The chefs will provide a 4 course menu with choices from fresh Ravioli, Mesquite grilled Filet Mignon and espresso crème brulee. The dinner will be available on Friday, February 14 and Saturday, February 15. Dinner is $50 per person and includes a rose for the lady. Check out the full menu here.
Bourbons Bistro will be offering a special Valentine’s Day menu, including salads, entrees, entrees, such as grilled pork tenderloin, and delectable dessert, such as dark chocolate lava cake. Yum!
Celebrate with Varanese as they offer a “Taste of Love Aphrodisiac” dinner from Thursday February 13th through Saturday, February 15th. The dinner will include appetizers, entrees, and desserts, including delectable salads, fried oysters, baked beef tenderloin, and peanut butter chocolate banana pie. The choices are endless at the dinner that will delight your taste buds. Prices are available on their website.
Brasserie Province will be offering a 3-course St. Valentine’s Dinner with multiple choices, from Amuse-Bouche for 2, Filet Mignon de Boeuf and honey and almond cheesecake. The dinner will be held on Valentine’s Day from 5pm to 10pm for $58 per person, plus tax and gratuity.
Buca di Beppo will be hosting a to-go Valentine’s Day dinner for the family. Their meal is $59.80 and is enough food to feed four people (only $14.95 a person). This meal includes a salad, entrée, pasta, and for dessert, a cannoli. This meal is available from February 13th to February 16th. Make your reservations for the dining in on their website.
Corbett’s will be hosting a Valentine’s Day dinner including a five course-tasting menu. The menu includes roasted shallot flan, diver scallop, salad, seafood, tenderloin, and milk chocolate mousse along with other mouthwatering desserts. $75 per person. The regular menu will not be available.
Offering a 3-course menu for $75 with a $25 wine pairing. The menu consists of items from potato coins, parmesan risotto, wood grilled New York steak, and chocolate devils food cake for dessert, among many other choices. Free live jazz in their cellar lounge performed by Buzzard at 8 p.m.
5-course gourmet Valentine’s Day menu includes champagne and toast. Guest rooms are offered following dinner where chocolate covered strawberries and a dozen roses await. Packages are available on their Facebook for this dine dining experience. $80 per person plus tax and gratuity for dinner.
Valentine’s Day dinner at locally grown restaurant Harvest will consist of choices from a meat and cheese board, smoked prawn cake, butternut bisque, cast iron seared bison hanger steak, and chocolate-guajillo fondue. The full menu is on the events page of their website. $65 per person and a $25 per person wine pairing is offered.
Join Proof on Main for your romantic dinner from Friday, February 14th to Sunday February 16th while Chef Levon Wallace will be available. The dinner includes items from oyster pan roast, veal porterhouse, seared scallops, and warm cast iron chocolate cake covered in sundried cherries and salted pistachio gelato
Rivue’s Valentine’s Day dinner menu will be available on February 14, 15, 21 and 22nd and includes items from a baby wedge salad, broiled 7 oz. filet and sautéed jumbo shrimp, and espresso chocolate cake. The meal is $125 per couple and the complete dinner menu will also be available.
St. Charles Exchange will be hosting a Valentine’s Day dinner from Thursday February 13th-15th. The meal includes: a shared appetizer, second course, third course of Surf & Turf of “Spaghetti Caponata” and a shared dessert trio. This four-course dinner is $100 per couple and includes champagne and toast and a single red rose for $25 and a bottle of Veuve Clicquot and a dozen red roses for a $100 additional cost.
The Italian’s are said to be the most romantic of all and Vincenzo’s Valentine’s Day dinner will not disappoint. Make reservations on their website.
Valentine’s Day specials will be available from February 14th thru the 16th. The meal includes dining from bruschetta, insalata inverno, roasted duck, and vitello saltimbocca, involving many other choices. Let your taste buds enjoy this appetizing meal while you enjoy your significant other at Volare. Here is the full menu.
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