Valentine’s Day is your opportunity to show your S.O., parents, siblings, and friends how much you care — and what better way than to do it with food? Plus, you’ll also get to show the love for some favorite 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.
This Italian restaurant in the Harwood District is offering a prix-fixe menu for $95 per person or $140 including wine pairings from February 10 through 14. They’ll also be hosting a Galentine’s Day brunch on February 11 and 12 for $55 per person (three courses).
For $160 per person (plus $80 for optional wine pairings), enjoy a pre-fixe amuse-bouche and three-course dinner at this Ritz-Carlton, Dallas restaurant on February 10, 11, 13, and 14. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the menu will feature bites like Golden Osetra Caviar “Chips and Dip,” Poached Lobster Tail and Hawaiian Bright Red Ahi Tuna Tiradito, Prime Beef “Wellington,” and more.
This Valentine’s Day, book a three-course dinner at this Adolphus hotel restaurant for $85 per person. Your meal includes a welcome glass of champagne as well.
The heart-shaped red velvet pancakes are back this V-Day at this favorite breakfast spot at The Statler hotel. But only on February 13 and 14 so make sure to book your spot for these pancakes topped with warm cream cheese crème anglaise, strawberries, and whipped cream. Or order them to-go.
For $150 per person, indulge in a prix fixe Valentine’s Day meal at this French restaurant on Knox Street.
This Valentine’s Day, Cali-based newcomer Pizzana is cooking up heart-shaped pizzas to take home.
Saint Ann Restaurant and Bar
Celebrate Galentine’s Day with a hat party brunch at this Harwood District restaurant on February 12. Guests are encouraged to dress up and wear their best hats — the diner with the best hat will win a gift card. Saint Ann’s regular menu will be available along with Valentine’s themed specials and live entertainment.
From February 10 through 14, this favorite seafood spot is offering special Valentine’s Day items including the King Crab Ravioli for $48. For all of February, you can also indulge in the chocolate strawberry cake for $14 or TRU Love Cocktail with dry ice smoke, vodka, cava, and more for $16.
This V-Day, enjoy a three-course prix-fixe menu starting at $85 per person ($115 for added wine pairings). There will also be cocktail and sparkling wine specials to indulge in during dinner.
For $90 per person, celebrate V-Day at this Virgin Hotels Dallas restaurant in the Design District. Each guest will receive three courses including a choice of oysters or beef carpaccio, choice of “Carbonara” or Surf and Turf, and a raspberry dessert.
This Valentine’s Day, go all out with a dinner on the 49th floor of The National in downtown Dallas. Monarch is offering a four-course meal ($200 per person for a regular table, $300 for a window table) including pasta, seafood, and wagyu. Dessert will be a special “Ace of Hearts” indulgence.
Enjoy a three-course menu at this Joule hotel restaurant on Valentine’s Day for $85 per person. Guests will have choices between truffle mushroom arancini, duck polpette with blood orange marmalade, halibut primavera, and ricotta gnocchi Alfredo.
Enjoy a special Valentine’s Dinner Experience at this HALL Arts Hotel restaurant this year. The feature menu includes diver scallop Crudo, foie gras brûlée, Scottish salmon, filet mignon, balsamic glazed pheasant, and a red velvet macaron dessert. You can also try the specialty cocktail created by Jonathan Speakman — Cupid’s Garden.
At The Las Colinas Resort, LAW Restaurant is offering a special four-course prix fixe dinner this Valentine’s Day for $165 per person. Dishes include oysters, roasted marrow, a choice between prime filet, roasted cauliflower, or roasted halibut, and a special “Burning Love” Baked Alaska for dessert.
Located on the 27th floor of the Hilton Anatole, this new steakhouse is offering a special Valentine’s Day menu from February 10 through 18. The seasonal menu includes Oak Wood Grilled Petite Filet and Vanilla Butter Poached Lobster Tail for $125, as well as a Valrhona Chocolate Molten Lava Cake for $16. You’ll also find a new Love Bug cocktail on the menu. During this time, couples and Galentine’s pals will also enjoy a complimentary glass of Chandon.
This V-Day, head to this Lake Highlands Italian gem for a special menu of dishes paired with Zephyr Gin cocktails. The featured dishes include Rose Risotto with a Rose Martini and Pappardelle al Cacao with an Amaro Negroni.
For $95 per person, enjoy a three-course menu at this modern Brazilian restaurant at The Village Dallas this V-Day. Dishes include crispy polenta, stuffed quail, sea scallops (or opt for the 90-Day Dry-Aged A Bar N Ranch Wagyu Ribeye for Two for an extra $35), and coconut pavlova for dessert.
This Valentine’s Day, both locations of this favorite Dallas steakhouse are offering their full menu plus dishes to go. Don’t miss popular items like the Chilean Sea Bass, Brioche French Toast, and Crawfish Etouffee Benedict. Usually closed for dinner on Super Bowl Sunday, Al Biernat’s will make an exception and be open for V-Day.
This West Village sushi concept will serve a 20 course Omakase presentation this Valentine’s Day including a series of Otsumami (small plates) followed by a selection of seasonal nigiri, and concludes with tamago, miso soup, and a seasonal dessert. There are multiple seatings available on February 14 including Sushi Bar Omakase for $300 per person and Patio Omakase for $225 per person.