Romantic Spots for Cupid’s Favorite Day

Cozy up to your lover at one of these restaurants

Who loves you, baby? We do! Which is why we have made your Valentine’s Day dinner plans a cinch.


The couple who eats well together will definitely be well fed at Wolfgang Puck’s steakhouse. Cut has lined up “The Things We Do For Two,” a share-able selection of dishes that includes a 34-ounce American Kobe porterhouse ($190), a 3-pound pan-roasted Maine lobster with black truffle sabayon ($125) or wild turbot with confit fennel, artichokes, olives and saffron mascarpone emulsion ($90), all of which can be spoon-fed to your significant someone while you gaze longingly at each other. In The Palazzo, 607-6300,

The View Wine Bar

The airy and modern restaurant and wine bar anchoring the Market LV is one of the city’s newest romantic spots, thanks to its pretty view of Summerlin. For the holiday, the View offers the braised Lover’s Lamb Chop for two, accompanied by whatever vegetables are great at the market that day and a red-wine reduction. Get a little closer with the paired wine flight, featuring vintages from Hahn Winery. $15, Tivoli Village, 280-7390,

The Barrymore

Celebrate with your honey in vintage supper-club style. Champagne and caviar are combined in the first course as gelée, followed by tuna poke with macadamia nuts. For the main course, tandem-dive into the 16-ounce chateaubriand before finishing off with the cute and sweet rose timbale. $110, in the Royal Resort, 407-5303,

Marche Bacchus

Fall in love with the ambience, the view and the four-course menu, starting with a choice of shrimp bisque or winter vegetable salad. Move on to lobster risotto or seared foie gras, and then either sole amandine or filet mignon. It’s not Valentine’s Day without chocolate, so a duo of cocoa-laden mousses awaits you at the finish line. $75 per person, includes a glass of champagne, 2620 Regatta Dr., 804-8008,


One of the most clandestine locales on the Strip, Mood in the Artisan Hotel offers an intimate four-course experience. Choose coriander-crusted ahi tuna or poached and chilled lobster, and then either blue crab cakes or sun-dried tomato ravioli. For the main course, you’ll have to decide between Colorado rack of lamb, seared petite filet mignon or seared sea scallops and Baja shrimp with fettuccini. Dinner is topped off with six layers of white chocolate mousse for the both of you. $99, 214-4000,


If you’re one of those masochists who needs even more choices, see our comprehensive love letter to your Valentine below (jealous?). Vegas Seven intern Ashley Gates found even more dining options for lovers on Feb. 14. It’s “be mine” time, so come correct.

If your idea of romance is a Parisian outing, bring your sweetheart to Comme Ça for an intimate evening this Valentine’s Day. The four-course, prix-fixe menu demonstrates chef Brian Howard’s passion for cuisine. $99 per person, $149 with wine pairings, in the Cosmopolitan, 698-7910,

If Japan is more your style, head over to Koi for heart-shaped sushi rolls (pictured, $16). Or delve into some king crab legs ($20) and a crunchy lobster roll ($22). In Planet Hollywood, 454-4555,

A night out at Elements Kitchen & Martini Bar will leave your honey warm and satisfied. The four-course dinner even includes a little surprise for the ladies, but hurry because this meal is selling out fast. 4950 S. Rainbow Blvd., 750-2991,

Tantalize your lover’s senses with the Asian-inspired dishes at the Social House. Guests can treat themselves to a selection of a la carte options, which will be paired with a complimentary glass of sparkling sake. In Crystals at City Center, 736-1122,

Treat your boo to a taste of the sweet and savory at Honey Salt. The “Things We Do for Two” menu is $75 per person, and features such appetizers as Chilled French Kiss Oysters and Champagne Toast that will leave your partner craving more. 1031 S. Rampart Blvd., 445-6100,

Maybe you’re romantic taste buds crave a traditional flavor. Ron’s Steakhouse’s Valentine’s Day menu will please your conventional cutie with a steak and lobster dinner for $59 per person. At Arizona Charlie’s Decatur, 258-5201,

Trying something new this Valentine’s Day with La Cena, an exotic nine course pop-up dinner brought together by Collective Gourmands ($65). If you’re planning on kicking back with a few libations this V-Day, don’t forget to BYOB for this event.

Nothing gets the butterflies going quite like an enchanting night at Wynn. Seduce your lover with the enticing new cocktail Cupid’s Kiss ($14) at Parasol Up and Down while relaxing by the Lake of Dreams. Or you can spoil your soul mate with the Couple’s Retreat experience offered at the Spa in Encore for $790 per couple. At Wynn, 770-4772,

If you want to Lady and the Tramp it up this Valentine’s Day, you can do so with the decadent menu at Meatball Spot. For $24.95 per person, enjoy a four-course Italian feast prepared by Top Chef’s Carla Pellegrino. Be sure to save room for the heart-shaped ice-cream sandwich for dessert. At Town Square, 641-7768,

Swoon over a tasty a la carte experience at Border Grill. Some of the delectable choices include crab-stuffed chicken breast ($32) and pan-seared ancho chili pork tenderloin ($29). In Mandalay Bay, 632-7403,

Take your pick of ancient delights at Rao’s this holiday. The Italian restaurant will feature specialty cocktails and desserts for you and your luvah to tastefully bond over. In Caesars Palace, 731-7267.

T&T Tacos & Tequila and Rice & Company will offer dining packages, $140 and $175 respectively, that will give your taste buds a powerful punch to the heart on Cupid’s day. T&T Tacos & Tequila 262-5225, Rice & Company 262-4852.

Dive fork-first into the decadent seafood feast ($45) or the zesty Mediterranean menu ($75) offered at the Seafood Shack and Phil’s Italian Steakhouse. You and your partner will delight in the lobster bisque or the half rack of lamb, a tasty adventure either way. In TI, Seafood Shack: 894-7349, Phil’s Italian Steakhouse, 894-7351.

For the steak lover, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar might be your locale of choice this year: Receive a $25 gift card valid with your dinner. 8721 W. Charleston Blvd., 838-4774,

If you want to satisfy your honey while still saving some money, treat your partner to a meal at Ranch House Kitchen for $45 per couple. In Town Square, 749-6400,

A breathtaking view of the Strip awaits you and your lover at Alizé at the top of the Palms or at Andre’s in the Monte Carlo—either way you’re in the capable French hands of chef Andre Rochat. Alizé, 951-7000, Andre’s, 798-7151.

There is even something for the non-romantics out there this Valentine’s day: an anti-Valentine’s Day dinner at Fat Choy. Dine on a nine-course meal for $30, including tip and gratuity. You can even slap a photo of your ex on the Wall of Shame and receive a prize. (Enhancements to the photos are encouraged.) 595 E. Sahara Ave, 794-3464, RSVP at

If you want an experience like no other this Valentine’s Day, attend the prestigious Diaoyutai State Guesthouse event at the Bellagio. Typically reserved for royalty, heads of state and other world leaders, Diaoyutai State Guesthouse of Beijing will host a series of exclusive dinners in the Tuscany Kitchen February 14- 16. The lavish eight-course menu features diverse ingredients and skillful techniques while also following strict nutritional requirements. $500 per person, in Bellagio, 866 406-7117.

See blue instead of red and take your partner to see the Blue Man Group. Show and dinner packages are available for $129 per person. In Monte Carlo, 730-7010,

Payard will offer a four-course Valentine’s Day menu for $65 per person. The menu will showcase the best with carrot ginger soup to start and several other interesting options. In Caesars Palace, 731-7110.

The Valentine’s Day menu at the Michelin starred Restaurant Guy Savoy is priced at $360 per person and includes 10 decadent courses including some of Chef Savoy’s prized signature dishes. In Caesars Palace, 731-7110.

Serendipity 3’s “Adam and Eve Special Menu” offers each couple their own bottle of Serendipity’s private label sparkling wine to share, as well as a salad and choice of entrée and shared dessert. $75 each, in Caesars Palace, 731-7110. 

The All American Bar & Grille will offer a three-course menu that kicks off with a salad of baby greens, butter-poached carrots, strawberries, raspberries, walnuts, currants and warm baked brie. In the Rio, 777-7767.

Guests can start their three-course Valentine’s Day meal at Buzio’s with a choice of the bloody Mary oyster shooter and mojito shrimp ceviche or the lump crab, avocado and basil salad. In the Rio, 777-7697.

Martorano’s will offer a three-course prix fixe menu, including the mozzarella stack or eggplant Parmigiana to start. Main entrée choices include the pescatore with linguini pasta. In the Rio, 777-7747.

Experience a spellbinding Valentine’s Day at Voodoo Steak with a breathtaking view of Las Vegas for $65 per person. Highlights include creamy root vegetable soup to start, California sea bass, blue cheese-crusted wagyu tenderloin and Neapolitan bavarois crème with a selection of mignardises for dessert. In the Rio, 777-7800.

Center Cut Steakhouse will offer Valentine’s Day for two, a four-course prix fixe menu for $85. Two glasses of champagne accompany the first course of lime-poached shrimp cocktail for two, followed by a “center cut” Caesars salad for two. After the entrée, your choice of chocolate mousse, spiced raspberry or white chocolate passion-fruit cream dessert finishes the meal. In the Flamingo, 784-8821. 

Get fancy with a four-course menu at Gordon Ramsay Steak for $95 per person. Start the meal with chef’s famous Scotch egg and domestic caviar, then choose either smoked beef tartare, fried Blue Point oysters or Maine lobster. In Paris, 946-7000. 

If you and your sweetheart want to delight in a real Parisian romance, try the Eiffel Tower Experience, a Romance Package available February 7-17. The package includes two express tickets to the attraction, two glasses of champagne, one commemorative 8 x 10 photo, one long-stemmed rose and two chocolate Eiffel Tower pops for $79. In Paris, 946-4663.

The legendary Bally’s Steakhouse will offer a three-course menu will be offered for Valentine’s Day at for $150 per couple. The meal begins with seafood on ice including shrimp, King crab claws and oysters. Guests will then choose from wagyu eye of rib eye or albacore tuna and lobster for their main entrée and finish with a shared dessert. In Bally’s, 967-4111.

Get sushi-fied this Valentine’s Day at Sushi Roku. They will offer its regular menu as well as specials including “Tuna met Salmon,” featuring tuna and salmon sashimi with mizore ponzu and flower bouquets for $22. In the Forum Shops at Caesars, 862-5138.

Take a shot at love (literally) with a unique night at the Range 702. The package, $250 per couple, includes 20 rounds with a .22 Pistol, 20 rounds with a 9mm handgun, 50 rounds with any sub-machine gun, targets, two tickets to Raack N Roll at the D Las Vegas and a delicious three-course dinner for two at the Range 702’s  Gary’s Café. 4699 Dean Martin Dr., 485-3232,

The Hard Rock Hotel has a great deal for the wild at heart: The hotel is offering rooms starting at $39 for a romantic getaway package available in February, including dining deals at the property’s restaurants. The party continues February 15 with Culinary Dropout’s celebration of Single’s Awareness Day. The restaurant will feature specials on cocktails, well drinks, champagne and beer. 800-473-7625,