Love birds in Dallas rejoice! We have the perfect Dallas restaurant guide to pick the perfect restaurant for Valentine’s Day dinner. Valentine’s Day is the second busiest day for the restaurant industry. While restaurants are busy whipping up a wonderful Valentine’s Day menu, we have compiled a list of the most romantic restaurants to visit with your partner this February 14. Check out these ‘Restaurants Near Me.’
Romantic Restaurants in Lower Greenville
The Grape Restaurant
A European-style bistro with superb New American food, romantic ambiance, and perfect wine pairings.
St. Martin’s Wine Bistro
This bistro has a dim light setting, spacious booths and big chairs, offering amazing French specialties with a tasteful wine list and live piano music. The restaurant has a Valentine’s Day offer of a three-course dinner for $75.00.
Romantic Restaurants in Downtown Dallas
The French Room
For a grand fine dining experience, visit this restaurant. The menu offers gourmet French cuisine with a top-notch wine list. Opulent interiors and lump crab cakes with lemongrass lobster sauce, and pork belly with white chocolate polenta are some of the attractions. Their soufflé is a must-try. A three-course meal will cost around $80.00 whereas a five-course feast will cost about $110.00.
Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck
A fine-dining establishment with an Asian-inspired cuisine, the restaurant provides a 360-degree view from a revolving room atop downtown’s Reunion Tower. By the way, the bar is a bit expensive. But then again, it’s Valentine’s Day.
Romantic Restaurants in Uptown
Hôtel St. Germain
This is a rare establishment as it’s opened only between October to May. So make reservations for a hassle free walk-in. Its exclusivity makes it a fine choice for this Valentine’s Day dinner. This is a fine-dining restaurant with a formal European cuisine. Jackets are a must.
If you and your partner want to celebrate Valentine’s Day over Italian food, then this restaurant is your one stop place. Serves excellent Italian and Mediterranean food. The delicious crab claws are a must-try.
Romantic Restaurants in Far North Dallas
As the name suggests, this is a French restaurant with a fantastic Gallic menu and Provençal-inspired interiors.
A fashionable bistro with a New American spin to a classic French menu, Cadot is a promising restaurant that will surely offer a delightful Valentine’s Day experience.
Romantic Restaurants on McKinney Aveune
Nestled in the plush Ritz Carlton Hotel, Fearing’s is named after celebrity chef, Dean Fearing. This place is widely famous for it’s spectacular gourmet dishes like seared foie gras with pistachio butter and caramelized apples on corn meal/sorghum waffles and maple-peppercorn buffalo tenderloin with jalapeño grits. There are seven different indoor and outdoor dining spaces, including a ringside sitting arrangement in Dean Fearing’s kitchen.
This award-winning restaurant has a seasonal menu. The food served is simply splendid with a nightlife ambiance. Their lobsters and sushi are a must-try.
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