18 Valley Valentine’s Day Dining Options for Everyone

Madison RutherfordFebruary 9, 2021
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Whether you’re looking for a fun setting to celebrate Galentine’s Day or seeking a romantic spot for you and your sweetie, there are a slew of Valley venues offering swoon-worthy dining deals this V-Day. Here are 18 specials around Phoenix – ranging from steals to splurges – that you’ll fall in love with on February 14.

Z’Tejas (free)
That’s right, these swanky southwestern-style eateries are offering a free dessert this V-Day. When you purchase two entrees, you’ll get a complimentary dulce de leche heart cheesecake with chocolate glaze, strawberry reduction and a strawberry rose to share.
Two Valley locations, ztejas.com

Phoenix City Grille ($7-$49)
Love is in the air at PCG with specials like New England clam chowder, smoked prime rib, filet and lobster, pan-seared sea bass from Chula Seafood and red velvet cheesecake. Couples will also receive a complimentary chocolate-covered strawberry to share.
5816 N. 16th St., Phoenix, 602-266-3001, phoenixcitygrille.com

Keeler’s Neighborhood Steakhouse ($10-$140)
Kick off your romantic meal with a choice of jumbo bacon-wrapped prawns, lobster bisque or winter salad with romaine, diced apples, goat cheese, candied pecans and a plum vinaigrette. Then tuck into delectable entrees like Chilean sea bass with potato puree, prime rib and lobster tail, or 40-ounce prime tomahawk for two. For dessert, share a slice of red velvet cake.
7212 E. Ho Hum Rd., Carefree, 602-374-4784, keelerssteakhouse.com

From February 11 through 14, this iconic eatery will be serving specials such as filet mignon, Ravioli di San Valentino (ravioli filled with ricotta, Swiss chard, parmigiano and black truffle in a butter sage sauce and a seafood medley cioppino made for two with lobster tails, prawns, sea bass, clams, mussels and sea scallops in a tomato herb sauce served over freshly handmade linguini. Reservations for dining in on Valentine’s Day are required. Tomaso’s is also accepting pre-orders for to-go Valentine’s Day dishes on February 14 only.
3225 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix; 602-956-0836, tomasos.com

Urban Margarita ($29 per person)
The fare served on February 14 at this fine dining fusion restaurant is designed to ignite romance and features a three-course menu with an appetizer of crab bisque, pacific cod filet or prime braised short ribs and red velvet brioche bread pudding with vanilla bean ice cream for dessert.
6685 W. Beardsley Rd., Glendale, 623-561-6674, urbanmargarita.com

Match Market & Bar ($35)
Toast to love all weekend with the chocolate-covered strawberry martini at Match, which features vodka, house strawberry liqueur, crème de cacao and strawberry syrup. After cocktail hour, get any pizza, house salad and a bottle of wine for just $35. Dining offers are available for dine-in service or packaged to-go. Guests can also get 15 percent off retail goods in the market.
1100 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, 602-675-8080, matchphx.com

Fellow Osteria
Enjoy Fellow’s Flock Together special all day on February 14 – an entree salad, pizza and bottle of wine for only $40. Dine-in only, both reservations and walk-ins welcome.
1455 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, 480-07-1864,  fellowosteria.com

Nonna Urban Eatery ($48 per person)
This modern Italian spot is offering a sweet deal this V-Day with a prix fixe menu for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Entrees include beet campanelle, tagliatelle Bolognese, branzino and mesquite-smoked pumpkin.
7240 E. Main St., Scottsdale, 480-663-3296, nonnascottsdale.com

Chauncey Social ($49 per person)
This North Scottsdale nook is offering a special prix fixe menu February 12 through Valentine’s Day that includes an amuse bouche, appetizer, main dish, dessert and a drink. Enjoy a special Valentine’s Day cocktail called Cupid’s Berries all week. Reservations are recommended, but walk-ins are welcome.
17767 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, 480-565-6488, chaunceysocial.com

Clever Koi ($55)
Clever Koi’s It Takes Two special offers couples two noodle or rice dishes and four classic cocktails for only $55. Dine-in only, reservations and walk-ins welcome.
Two Valley locations, thecleverkoi.com

The Sicilian Butcher
Featuring specials such as eggplant tortino, roasted beets and strawberry salad and 15-layer lasagna, a Sicilian-style sweetheart’s day prix fixe menu will be available from February 12 to 14. Pop in to The Sicilian Baker for mini tiramisu and chocolate hazelnut mousse cake for $22 (normally $12 each) plus a Valentine’s Day only special: chocolate-covered strawberries for $1.75 each.
Three Valley locations, thesicilianbutcher.com; thesicilianbaker.com

Kasai Scottsdale ($65)
This sleek Japanese steakhouse specializes in teppanyaki, sushi and craft cocktails. On Valentine’s Day, the locally owned restaurant will offer Chateaubriand for two, which comes with roasted potatoes and broccolini with chocolate-covered strawberries for dessert. Couples can add two lobster tails for an additional $40. Reservations are required.
14344 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, 480-607-1114, kasaiscottsdale.com

CIELO ($79 per person)
Couples can enjoy a four-course menu including a choice of one starter, a salad, entree and dessert at this upscale eatery located at ADERO Scottsdale. Highlights include jumbo lump crab cake, lobster tail-stuffed tenderloin of beef and miso-glazed Chilean sea bass.
13225 N. Eagle Ridge Dr., Scottsdale, 480-333-1900, aderoscottsdale.com

Gabriella’s Contemporary American Cuisine ($85)
Celebrate with your sweetheart at Gabriella’s, where a Valentine’s prix fixe menu features stuffed Dover sole with Dungeness crab and lemon beurre blanc, and surf and turf. Each entree is accompanied by a shrimp amuse bouche, carrot ginger soup, seasonal salad and blood orange galette.
10155 E. Via Linda Rd., Scottsdale, 480-534-7625, gabriellasscottsdale.com

Kelly’s at Southbridge ($100)
This buzzy gastropub invites couples to enjoy any two entrees and a bottle of wine or champagne for a C-note. Kelly’s is also offering $6 well cocktails and live entertainment the Friday and Saturday before Valentine’s Day.
7117 E. Sixth Ave., Scottsdale, 480-393-3205, kellysatsouthbridge.com

Little Rituals
 ($125 per person)
This cocktail lounge on the fourth floor of the Residence Inn in Downtown Phoenix is offering three-course prix fixe packages plus a bottle of Champagne on Valentine’s Day. The first course is a burrata salad, followed by chicken pesto gnocchi or crab ravioli and finished off with espresso chocolate cake and chocolate-covered strawberries. Reservations are strongly recommended.
132 S. Central Ave., Phoenix, 602-603-2050, littleritualsbar.com

Geordie’s Restaurant ($125 per person)
This refined restaurant at the historic Wrigley Mansion hosts guest for an intimate four-course dinner on February 12 and 13. Start with a charred grapefruit salad, mouclade, pate en croute, lamb chop Milanese or lobster pot pie. Main course options include venison chop, filet mignon and rabbit crépinette. For dessert: a chocolate heart tart, pink rose made with white chocolate vanilla mousse and pink guava, or honey olive oil cake. Wine pairings are also be available for $50 per person. Reservations required.
2501 E. Telawa Tr., Phoenix, 602-955-4079, wrigleymansion.com

elements ($149 per person)
Located at Sanctuary Resort, this swanky eatery with sweeping views will offer a special dinner service on February 13 and 14. The four-course feast begins with a chef’s amuse of whipped brie crostini with balsamic-roasted strawberries, toasted walnut and micro celery. Standout entrees will include Thai spiced lobster and coconut soup, beet raviolo, braised short rib and pineapple green curry. A variety of decadent desserts complete the meal. Vegan options are available. Reservations are required.
5700 E. McDonald Dr., Paradise Valley, 855-245-2051, sanctuaryoncamelback.com

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