The world could use a little more love right now, and Valentine’s Day is your opportunity to show your S.O., parents, siblings, and friends how much you care. What better way than to do it with food? And you can also show some love and support local Dallas restaurants.
This V-Day, make a reservation to dine at your favorite spot, or even order a special menu to-go to celebrate this day of love.
Impress your date this year with a Valentine’s dinner at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. For $165 per party, you’ll receive a five-course tasting dinner from chef Sebastien Archambault including dishes like Maine lobster ravioli, dover sole cioppino, and wagyu culotte. Pastry chef Jacquelynn Beckman will also be preparing a choice of white chocolate cheesecake or flourless chocolate cake for dessert. For reservations, call 214-443-4747. This menu will be available from February 12 through February 14.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day at this downtown American restaurant. For $75 per person, receive a special three-course dinner, or make a reservation for V-Day brunch ($28) from 11 am to 3 pm. For dine-in and to-go, the dinner menu includes options like lobster bisque and hamachi crudo for starters, filet mignon and roasted grouper for entrees, and molten lava cake and raspberry mille feuille for dessert.
The brunch menu is also available for dine-in or to-go and includes assorted croissants, deviled eggs, fruit salad tartlet, and choice of entree (options include lemon ricotta pancakes, avocado frittata, and burger). There will also be a Singles Awareness Day menu available with bar seating only from 5 pm to 9 pm February 12 through 14.
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille
The new Park District location of Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille is one of the most romantic new spots to have a date. This Valentine’s Day, for $80 per person, you can partake in a three-course dinner at the restaurant with a choice of soup or salad, entree, and dessert. You can also order your meal to-go. This menu will be available from February 12 through February 14 for dine-in and to-go.
On February 13 and 14, enjoy a four-course dinner for two for $150 (or $75 per person) at Virgin Dallas Hotels’ Commons Club. This special menu comes with two glasses of champagne, chilled oysters, smoked salmon, surf and turf, and citrus and berry mouse for dessert. If you want to take your order to-go, the Valentine’s dinner package includes shareable items for two like salad, roasted chestnut bisque, linguine blanco, surf and turf, and chocolate and raspberry tarts. Pre-order 48 hours before.
On V-Day weekend (February 12 to 14), this new Bishop Arts favorite is offering a three-course dinner for dine-in and to-go for $75 per person. You’ll start with an appetizer choice between 44 Farms beef tartare, gulf shrimp, Yellowfin tuna, and more delicious options. Entrees include braised short ribs, ricotta gnocchi, scallops, rabbit risotto, duck, quail, and pork chop. And for dessert, you’ll have the tough choice between raspberry tart, red velvet goat cheese cheese cake, or something called Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate. Make your reservation or order to-go by calling 469-620-3644.
For breakfast this V-Day, Overeasy is cooking up heart-shaped red velvet pancakes all day long. For $10.99, they come with cream cheese crème anglaise, strawberries, and whipped cream. You can also add on their special Valentine’s cocktail (The Espresso Your Love Martini). Both are available from February 12 to February 14 for dine-in, takeout, and delivery.
Downtown’s newest hotspot is also serving a special V-Day dinner on February 12 and 13, as well as a Sunday brunch on the day. Ichi Ni San, Ounce, and Hardshake is collectively featuring a surf and turf dinner for two at Ounce. Brunch will be at Ounce and Ichi Ni San. Drink specials also include a Lychee Rose Martini for $13, La Novela for $14, and a bottle of Veuve Cliquot Yellow Bottle for $120. Make your reservation here.
Cru Food and Wine Bar
For $60 per person, this popular wine bar is offering Valentine’s Day dinner on February 13 and 14. The four-course experience will include a starter, entree choice between filet mignon, lamb, scallops, and sea bass, and dessert. Cru is also offering a to-go package for those who want to dine at home for $110 per couple. A special Sunday brunch will also be serving $2 mimosas and Bellinis.
For a great to-go option this V-Day, check out Asian Mint’s brunch to-go. The special meal for two ($129) comes with bacon fried rice with a Thai fried egg, Mee Krob (sweet crispy noodles), chocolate mousse crepes, and a French kiss kit with sparkling wine and Chambord. Place your order by February 11 for pick up on Sunday, February 14.
This Valentine’s Day, Tex-Mex restaurant Primo’s is offering a three-course prix fixe menu for $36 per couple. The deal includes two appetizers, two entrees (choice of enchiladas, brisket taco, shrimp taco, asada fajitas, and more), and one dessert. The menu is available for dine-in, takeout, and delivery on February 13 and 14.
Head to Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas this Valentine’s Day weekend for a special a la carte dinner menu. The special menu crafted by chef Christof Syré includes dishes like caviar deviled eggs, smoked salmon, harissa pork belly, 42-ounce bone-in ribeye tomahawk for two, and more. The dessert menu for V-Day features strawberry mascarpone cheesecake, gluten-free chocolate truffle cake, buttermilk pie, and bread pudding. Seatings are open for February 12 to 14 from 5 pm to 10 pm, and live music will be on Sunday only at 6 pm to 9 pm. Reservations are recommended by calling 972-717-2420.
For a Parisian-inspired, romantic Valentine’s Day dinner, book a spot at Mercat Bistro this Valentine’s Day. The Harwood District restaurant is offering a three-course prix-fixe dinner for $60 per person from February 12 to 14. To start, you’ll enjoy tuna crudo, the second course will be surf and turf, and dessert is Canelés de Bourdeaux — a French pastry with vanilla anglaise, rum syrup, and caramelized pineapple. Book your reservation here.
AT&T Discovery District’s new coffee and brunch spot is offering a to-go picnic basket for couples this Valentine’s Day. For $95, you’ll receive champagne, wine, flowers, salad, cheese, heart shaped sandwiches, pastries, and chocolate strawberries to enjoy on the lawn outside of the restaurant or to take with you. Orders must be placed by February 11 for pick up on February 13. Call 972-268-7605 to place your order.
This Valentine’s Day weekend (February 12 and 13 only), spend the evening at this lavish hotel restaurant. For $120 per person, this special meal includes a complimentary glass of Prosecco, appetizers like beef tartare or foie gras, entrees of filet mignon, venison, or sword fish, and dessert for two. Make your reservation online.
Located at HALL Arts Hotel in the Arts District, Ellie’s Restaurant and Lounge is offering a three-course, curated menu for Valentine’s Day. For $75 per person, the evening includes a welcome sparkler, a choice of Winter Squash Soup or Baby Greens Salad, a choice of Texas. Gulf Snapper or 44 Farms filet, sides, and Lover’s Chocolate Cake. This dessert also comes with macaroons and raspberries. Add on a wine pairing for an additional $20. On Saturday night, guests will receive personalized “HALL Hearts Love Letters” throughout the night. Reserve by calling 972-629-0924.
This V-Day, The Joule hotel’s CBD Provisions is offering a to-go dinner menu for two people. For $120, you’re package will include Tango Tuna Nachos, Red Wine Braised Short Rib, Cheesy Polenta, Harissa Roasted Carrots, and Strawberry Rose Mousse. There’s also a veggie dinner option for two people for $90 that includes hummus, squash, cauliflower mash, Brussels sprouts, and the mousse for dessert. Online ordering will open soon.
At Eataly, guests have various options to enjoy Valentine’s Day this year. At La Pizza & La Pasta, you can order a heart-shaped Neapolitan Pizza or Linguine all’Argosta (a pasta dish for two) for $75 per couple. The menu also comes with an Italian dessert, and wine specials. At Terra, guests can enjoy a four-course menu for $75 per person. And Il Pastaio is offering a pasta special alongside Ferrari Trento Brut Rosé.
New hotspot lounge at Thompson Dallas hotel, Catbird is offering a special menu for Valentine’s Day weekend (February 12 through 14). Dishes include Bulgarian Gold Osetra Caviar, Chilled Cape Hatteras Oysters, TX Wagyu Ribeye, and Pink Baked Alaska. Make your reservation here.