Where are the Top Spots for Valentine's Day Dinner in DFW?

Posted by on Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015 at 12:11pm

Couple at a Restaurant

It’s that time of year again when the guys are ordering roses and women are buying something nice to wear for a romantic evening out. With so many restaurant options in DFW, you may be struggling to pick the right place to make your dinner reservation. For amazing menus, romantic ambiance and great service, here are the places in DFW that you won’t regret visiting this Valentine’s Day.

Dallas Chop House – 1717 Main Street #100, Dallas

The Dallas Chop House is one of the top choices for Valentine’s Day 2015. The special dinner served this night will encompass fresh flavors and a lovely atmosphere. The meal will center around luxury and romance with the DCH signature excellence of fine beef along with extra selections to complete the meal.

The three-course meal will be offered with wine pairings that are also available a l carte. Maine Lobster Bisque, Steak Tartare with black truffle, quail egg, rosemary sea-salt focaccia, Filet Mignon, Striped Bass and Roasted TX Quail are all items to be served on Valentine’s Day. Try the Lavender-Vanilla Bean Crème Brule and Chambord Red Velvet cake with chocolate ganache and Chambord strawberries.

Fearing’s Restaurant – 2121 McKinney Avenue, Dallas

Located at The Ritz-Carlton, the Fearing’s Restaurant is going to celebrate Valentines for three days to give you the best chance to enjoy the celebration. There will be a prix fixe romance menu from Friday the 13th until Sunday the 15th.

The menu costs $100 a person for Valentine’s Day and excludes beverages, tax and gratuity. You’ll get to indulge in dishes like the Maine Lobster with homemade Fettuccine Pasta, Waygu Beef Strip Loin Steak and the Lovers Duo Dessert featuring Buttermilk-Passion Fruit Cupcake and Double Chocolate Strawberry Parfait.

Lavendou – 19009 Preston, Suite 200, Dallas

Be sure to try Lavendou this Valentine’s Day if you love French cuisine and phenomenal wine lists. Some of the menu options for Valentine’s Day include the cream of brie soup, crispy warm goat cheese with mixed baby greens, chicken breast with wild mushrooms and marsala sauce and braised lamb shank with vegetables and couscous. Dinner will cost $69.95 a person for the three courses on Valentine’s Day only.

In addition to these great restaurants, consider going to Hibashi Teppan Grill & Sushi Bar or the Dallas Fish Market for your Valentine’s Day dinner.

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