Valentine’s Day in Vegas is a place for everyone who believes in love. Whether you’re in the first few weeks of a promising relationship or celebrating a double digit anniversary, Vegas has you covered. We even have parties for you single* ladies out there.
While love can be tough to navigate**, Valentine’s Day in Vegas doesn’t have to be. Here are a bunch of fantastic Valentine’s Day specials to make the holiday fun, romantic and stress-free.
Dating, but it looks promising:
Available at: Pinot Brasserie at the Venetian.
Price: $75 for three courses, $90 for four courses, $100 for five courses.
Description: At Pinot Brasserie, you control the number of courses you get on the prix fixe menu, depending on how hungry you are — and how well the date is going. Menu options include French fare like lobster bisque with lobster medallion, veal cheek, striped bass, chocolate opera cake and strawberry Napoleon.
Available at: SUSHISAMBA at Palazzo Las Vegas.
Description: Special dishes for Valentine’s Day include fresh oysters with American caviar, Maine lobster gyoza and ginger bisque ($20), Robata grilled filet mignon ($45) and dessert for two featuring assorted ice creams ($14).
Available at: Rice & Company at Luxor.
Price: $37 per person.
Description: This three-course menu features several Asian-inspired menu options including The Lover’s Roll—a spicy blend of tuna, tempura shrimp topped with salmon, avocado and strawberries and a spicy strawberry sauce. If you’re not feeling that adventurous, you can also order the egg drop soup.
Available at: Simon at Palms Place.
Price: $75 per person. Wine pairing available for an additional $32.
Description: Simon has a great view of the Palms Place pool with floor-to-ceiling glass windows. This Valentine’s Day, enjoy the view while dining on a four-course menu that includes options such as oysters, crab salad, osso buco with mascarpone polenta, poached lobster with vanilla roasted cauliflower and red velvet cake.
Available at: Society Café Encore at Encore Las Vegas.
Price: $120 per couple, including a glass of Champagne.
Description: This three-course prix fixe menu has a few options for each course—making it one of the more versatile menus on our list. Choose from dishes like lobster bisque in puff pastry, chilled seafood, herb-crusted sea bass with potatoes, filet mignon and Oreo ice cream sandwiches.
In a relationship:
Available at: Marché Bacchus at The Lakes, 2620 Regatta Drive, #106, Las Vegas.
Price: $70 per person.
Description: A four-course prix fixe menu with a glass of Champagne is always more enjoyable with a scenic view. Take advantage of Marché Bacchus’ heated patio, complete with outdoor fireplace, overlooking the lake. Dishes include jumbo lump crab risotto or Atlantic salmon, lamb chop or filet mignon, scallops or warm duck confit.
Available at: The Country Club at Wynn Las Vegas.
Price: $95 per person.
Description: The Aphrodisiac menu features a few tantalizing tastes including chilled oysters with cucumber-ginger granite, sea scallops, roasted to perfection and coriander honey glazed carrots and chocolate fondue for two. You also have the option of ordering dishes individually.
Available at: Oscar’s Steakhouse at The Plaza.
Price: $120 per couple.
Description: Oscar’s Steakhouse has a great view of Fremont Street, located in the rotunda at the Plaza Hotel. As if that weren’t romantic enough, the menu features a Chateaubriand for two or a rack of lamb with mint Bordelaise sauce. Of course, the meal wouldn’t be complete without a sumptuous chocolate lava cake or chocolate-covered strawberries.
Available at: Payard Patisserie & Bistro at Caesars Palace.
Price: $52 per person.
Description: A five-course menu for $52 per person is a great deal in Vegas. An even better deal is having Chef Adil Slassi, under the direction of culinary master François Payard, cook it for you. Choose from luscious plates like foie gras and brioche with fig jam, risotto with black truffles and asparagus, rack of lamb, branzino and more. The bistro is smaller, so not as noisy as larger restaurants—and every table has a great view of the center kitchen station.
If you like it, you’d better put a ring on it:
Available at: The Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas, Feb. 10 – Feb. 14.
Price: $145 per person. (Expert tip: There is also a Sunset seating at 4 p.m. for $95 per person.)
Description: The Eiffel Tower Restaurant has a long-standing history of being one of the most romantic places in Las Vegas—and not only on Valentine’s Day. However, on the most romantic day of the year, the Eiffel Tower Restaurant goes all out with their “Diner de la St. Valentin,” a five-course menu. Sumptuous dishes like foie gras with duck prosciutto, prime beef tenderloin and lobster bisque are served with attention to detail and the customer always in mind.
“I think the most important thing, when you come to a fine dining restaurant, is you want to feel special. I think the entire staff will make you feel special…they want to spoil you a little bit,” says Jean Joho, chef and proprietor of the Eiffel Tower Restaurant.
And, when it’s time to pop the question, the staff will help you arrange the perfect presentation. They even have a special dessert that can house an engagement ring — just make sure you propose before your loved one takes the first bite. On Valentine’s Day alone, dozens of couples will be getting engaged at the magical restaurant overlooking the Las Vegas Strip.
“I think we help to give romance. We provide the atmosphere to be romantic,” says Joho.
So, whether you’re looking to pop the question, or just have a romantic candle-lit dinner, take the elevator to the eleventh floor to experience the Eiffel Tower Restaurant.
Happily ever after:
Available at: Comme Ça at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
Price: $99 dinner per person with an additional $50 wine pairing option.
Description: Begin your culinary journey with “Beeting Hearts,” a dish that features roasted beets, scallops and Champagne butter — not to mention the Osetra caviar and candied rose petal. A rich lobster Thermidor or beef Wellington are your main course options and don’t forget the truffles and dessert course!
Available at: Michael Mina at Bellagio.
Price: $125 per person, wine pairings available for an additional $65.
Description: With excellent service, a beautiful view of the Bellagio pool and a modern-upscale restaurant, Michael Mina delivers the setting for the perfect Valentine’s Day meal. Michael Mina offers a five-course menu that includes Mina’s signature lobster pot pie and a delicious phyllo-crusted sole.
Available at: Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace.
Price: $340 per person.
Description: Guy Savoy is known for French fine dining — an already romantic notion. However, the Valentine’s Day Prestige menu is sensational. The 10-course meal includes a quail egg with truffle, Savoy’s signature Colors of Caviar dish, foie gras with black truffle bouillon, Savoy’s signature artichoke and black truffle soup and more. With 10 courses to get through, you definitely want to have someone you love at the other end of the table.
Available at: Le Cirque at Bellagio.
Price: $155 per person. Wine pairing is available for an additional $95.
Description: Situated with a view of the Bellagio Fountains, Le Cirque, a culinary staple by the Mastrioni family, offers an exquisite menu, complete with foie gras and truffle terrine, sea urchin with king crab, truffle risotto, a sugar sphere and more.
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**If you fall into the “it’s complicated” category, please seek assistance beyond this blog post.