Looking to wine and dine your Schmoopie, CuddleBum or BooBear? Be a hero this Valentine’s Day by showing the one you love that you know the way to his or her heart is a lavish, multi-course prix fixe dinner. And drinks. And dessert … Here are just seven of our favorites.
Let the stunning view from Alizé at the top of the Palms take your Valentine’s Day experience to the highest level with a prix-fix menu and optional vegetarian menu. In the Palms, $125 per person, 951-7000, Palms.com.
Cuddle up with your sweetheart at Rhumbar as it transforms into a Valentine’s Day haven, screening old movies such as Casablanca and Breakfast at Tiffany’s for guests to enjoy while warming up in a custom Rhumbar Snuggie. In The Mirage, 792-7615, DriveThisEntertainment.com.
The Strip’s sweetest spot, Sugar Factory, offers sugar and spice and everything nice wrapped in a gourmet four-course menu for $75 per couple. In Paris, 331-5100, SugarFactory.com.
Your heart will flutter over the Valentine’s Day menu at Sushi Samba consisting of oysters, lobster, filet mignon and the perfect-for-two dessert, a banana split. In the Palazzo, 607-0700, SushiSamba.com.
The vintage-feel of the Barrymore in the Royal House sets the scene for a classic lovers’ holiday. Couples can enjoy a three-course prix fixe menu for $59 each. 99 Convention Center Drive, 407-5303, BarrymoreLV.com.
Let the ambiance of the Stratosphere Theater take you back to Old Vegas with the Dinner and a Show package featuring a four-course dinner, a screening of the film Casablanca and a live performance by Frankie Moreno. $119 per person, 380-7777, mention code Love_Frankie.
Feast like a king or, rather, like a mayor at Oscar Goodman’s own Oscar’s Steakhouse with a three-course menu for $120 per couple. The Plaza, 386-7227.
Sing from the heart at Cabo Wabo’s special Valentine’s Day edition of Star Search Celebrity Karaoke hosted by Brandy Beavers and Jimmy Z. (In Planet Hollywood, 9 p.m., 385-2226, CaboWaboCantina.com.)
Catch Red Fever—the special Valentine’s Day cocktail that is—at Sushi Roku, along with the a la carte dishes Love On Ice oysters or Love on Fire lobster tail in honor of the day of love. (In the Forum Shops at Caesars, 733-7373)
Spend some romantic time in your own kitchen this year with options of traditional, whole wheat or gluten-free do-it-yourself take home pizza kits from Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza. (Kits available Feb. 11-14, $5.50-$8.50, multiple locations, SammysPizza.com.)
Mon Ami Gabi expresses its love of food all week long, offering a fabulous and French deliciuex menu of lobster bisque, tartine of mushrooms and poached egg, Feb. 9-16. (In Paris, 944-4224, MonAmiGabi.com.)
Eat lavishly at the MGM Resorts International’s finest restaurants: Get your dose of seafood with oysters from Jean Georges Steakhouse at (in Aria, 877-230-2742), filet mignon lobster ravioli at Fleur by Hubert Keller (in Mandalay Bay, 632-9400) or lobster chili relleno at Diego. (In MGM Grand, 891-7777.)
Put your claws up and say, “I love the way you roll” at the register of Lobster ME for its buy-one-lobster-roll-get-the-second-half-off special. (In the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood, 562-7837, LobsterME.com.)
Executive chef Brian Howard’s whimsical three-course prix fixe menu of French fare will tantalize at Comme Ça for $99 per person, $50 extra for wine pairing. (In the Cosmopolitan, 698-7910, CommeCaRestaurant.com.)
Crazy Horse III invites guests to enjoy a sushi menu, hearty comfort food and $99 champagne bottle specials while being swept into a daze by sultry dancing beauties. (3525 W. Russell Road, 673-1700, CH3LV.com.)
Two is better than one at PBR Rock Bar & Grill, where couples can enjoy 2-for-1 bull rides and 2-for-1 glasses of champagne. (In Planet Hollywood, 750-1685, PBRRockBar.com.)
Treat your dame to a complimentary long-stemmed rose at the Flame Steakhouse while you both indulge in 8-ounce filets or lobster tail, dessert and champagne for $60 each. (In El Cortez, 385-5200.)
Dine fine at the Wynn’s restaurants: Society has a plethora of choices for $120 per couple; indulge in a five-course prix fixe meal at La Cave; test out the Country Club’s aphrodisiac menu for $95 per person; or let Botero spoil you with a five-course tasting menu for $105 per person. (WynnLasVegas.com. 888-320-7110)
Have a down-home Valentine’s Day at Lynyrd Skynyrd BBQ & Beer with live music and the $19.95 Tap That Special of brisket, spare ribs and a hot link sandwich with two sides. (In Excalibur, 597-7818, LynyrdSkynyrdLV.com.)
The flames will rise at gourmet Mexican restaurant Border Grill with its mouthwatering four-course prix fixe meal. ($55 per person, in Mandalay Bay, 632-7403, BorderGrill.com.)
Choose a three ($75), four ($90) or five-course menu ($100) at the exquisite French venue, Pinot Brasserie. (In the Venetian, 414-8888.)
For a sizzling and sexy dinner, let Tacos & Tequilas start the fiesta with a $29 prix fixe menu of appetizers, choice of three entrées and dessert. (In the Luxor, 262-5225, TacosAndTequilaLV.com.)
Extend your love affair at Koi as it offers a heart-shaped sushi roll, Kobe sirloin steak with half-lobster and pan-fried Fanny Bay oysters from Feb. 10-14. (In Planet Hollywood, 454-4555, KoiRestaurant.com.)
Take in breathtaking views of the Strip from the restaurant that lives up to its name. Top of the World rotates 360 degrees during the special Valentine’s Day five-course meal. ($180 per couple, in the Stratosphere, 380-7777, TopOfTheWorldLV.com.)