It’s easy to fall in love with Nevada’s delicious dining scene any day of the year. But Valentine’s Day dining in Nevada calls for the most romantic views, decadent dinners and bubbly Champagne.
Couples in search of a decadent date in an upscale setting for Valentine’s Day can make the most of the occasion in dazzling Downtown Las Vegas at Ferraro’s Ristorante for a prix-fixe dinner. As well as its full Italian-inspired dinner menu, Ferraro’s Ristorante’s prix-fixe dinner will be overflowing with surf-and-turf specialties. For starters, the antipasto appetizers will include small plates highlighting prime sirloin and yellowtail. From there, the second course will feature heavenly homemade wild boar ravioli in a brown butter sauce and a lovely lobster risotto complemented by seasonal black truffle. Finally, the main meal of the evening will bring everything together with choices of Mediterranean sea bass or veal shank braised in red wine reduction. And since you’ll be celebrating Valentine’s Day at Ferraro’s, your dining experience won’t be complete without an authentic citrus olive oil cake and vanilla gelato. Dinner hours will be from 4 to 11 p.m. on Valentine’s Day, and reservations are required. For more information, visit ferraroslasvegas.com.
Eiffel Tower Restaurant
Transport your date to the city of love at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant for contemporary yet classic French cuisine and breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip while perched above the beautiful Bellagio Fountains. Before dinner, guests can set the mood at the caviar bar with plenty of bubbly and a plethora of caviar varieties, from Alaskan salmon to golden whitefish. From there, the Valentine’s Day prix-fixe menu will steal your heart with butter-poached scallops, warm foie gras with braised fennel and even a prime filet mignon with bone marrow bread pudding. To get the full dining experience (and to make a touching toast to a memory in the making!), don’t hesitate to pair your dinner with wine. Finally, for dessert, guests can look forward to creamy chocolate and refreshing raspberry meringues. The Eiffel Tower Restaurant is the perfect place to spend the sweetest night of the year underneath the stars and above the bright lights. The Valentine’s Day dinner will be served from 4 to 10 p.m. on Valentine’s Day. For more information, visit eiffeltowerrestaurant.com.
Charlie Palmer Steak
Nothing makes sparks fly like sharing a surf-and-turf dinner for two with your special someone on Valentine’s Day. For all this and more, make a reservation at Charlie Palmer Steak, located in the glamorous Grand Sierra Resort and Casino. In honor of Valentine’s Day, this neo-traditional American steakhouse will be serving up an exclusive menu. First, guests can anticipate appetizers including grapefruit-avocado salad and opulent oyster flights complete with honey-apple mignonette and caviar. Then, the stunning surf-and-turf for two will wow guests with Chateaubriand steak and head-on colossal shrimp. Last, but certainly not least, a white chocolate mousse cake with a pink velvet interior and pink Champagne glaze will add the perfect pop of color to your plate. Plus, since it wouldn’t be Valentine’s Day dining in Nevada without some sweep sips, Charlie Palmer Steak will also have you falling in love with the perfect wine pairings to complement each course–there will be no shortage of flirtatious flavors. The Valentine’s Day menu is available for $135 per person, and additional wine pairings will be available for $50 per person. Dinner hours will be from 5 to 9 p.m. on Valentine’s Day. For more information, visit grandsierraresort.com.
Buddy V’s Ristorante
You don’t have to go to Venice to have a romantic adventure. Instead, visit The Venetian Resort for an authentic gondola ride for two through the intricate indoor cityscape of the Grand Canal stores underneath blue skies. Afterward, you can continue your more-than-memorable Valentine’s Day date with dinner at Buddy V’s Ristorante. Curated by the Cake Boss himself, Buddy V’s Ristorante will not only commemorate Valentine’s Day with cake but also the perfect prix-fixe menu for the special occasion. From warm goat cheese salad and lobster bisque for starters to elevated entrées of truffle fettuccine and lobster, Buddy Valastro will wine and dine you all evening long. Speaking of, wines from around the world will be the best accompaniment to your dining experience. Or, couples can split a bottle of Champagne to make their meal even more festive. No matter what you decide, no Valentine’s Day dinner in Nevada is complete unless it includes classic red velvet cake. The Valentine’s Day menu is available for $75 per person. Dinner will be served from 4:30 to 10 p.m. on Valentine’s Day. For more information, visit venetianlasvegas.com.
Wild River Grille
Step into a movie scene by taking a romantic retreat to Reno for an elegant evening at Wild River Grille. This dining destination is not only picturesquely situated on the banks of the Truckee River, but it’s also located in the renovated historic Riverside Hotel. Being said, this rustic yet contemporary spot will welcome guests with a freshly-picked rose and a glistening glass of Champagne to set the stage. From there, a fabulous five-course prix-fixe menu will start the show with caramelized onion crostini, salmon Wellington, fried butternut squash ravioli and your choice of roasted beet salad or red pepper bisque. As for mains, Wild River Grille’s entrees will impress with center-cut filets, seafood risottos, pan-seared duck breasts and even a roasted cauliflower bouquet. This blooming bouquet of goodness comes stuffed with colorful herb polenta, pomegranate, sautéed carrot and a citrus marinade. Finally, the grand finale to your feast will be a tough decision between a sparkling strawberry crème brûlée and mouthwatering mango crepes with white chocolate. The Valentine’s Day dinner in Nevada is available for $185 per couple. Dinner will be served from 4 p.m. to midnight on Valentine’s Day. For more information, visit wildrivergrille.com.