Ah, love! What better way to enjoy the company of the one (or ones) you love than by sharing a fun night out on the town? Houston has over 10,000 restaurants, and while we couldn’t try them all out for you, we have come up with just a few we think you should try this Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re planning a night of romance with bae (#couplegoals), hanging out with friends or spending the evening solo, Cupid’s arrow has hit a bullseye with these restaurants.
If you want to spend the whole weekend wining and dining with your love, consider Hotel Granduca’s Valentine’s Day package. You’ll tour Northern Italy with your taste buds through a prix fixe menu. Guests will receive a bottle of Prosecco, a three-course dinner with wine pairings for two, and breakfast for two in bed or inside Ristorante Cavour. ($75 per person) Great for couples.
Nothing says romance more than a cozy fireplace. Backstreet Cafe gives you a choice of intimate tables or al fresco patios. The restaurant will offer a couple’s menu from February 8 – 17, with a special Valentine’s Day menu and a live jazz band on February 14. (Rates from $75 per person to $110 per couple) Reservations required. Great for couples.
Lucille’s will have a Champagne-themed Galentine’s Day celebration the day before V-Day, on February 13th. An all-male wait staff will take care of guests, and DJ Big Reeks will be on hand to create a festive atmosphere. Diners will enjoy a five-course prix fixe menu with a selection including filet mignon stuffed with lobster, seared scallops, and mustard greens along with grower champagnes. Make your reservations online through Open Table or call the restaurant at 713-568-2505. Great for groups or singles.
Quattro at the Four Seasons Hotel will offer a three-course Valentine’s Day menu February 14 – 16, which includes ravioli with caviar, lobster with risotto and other specialties prepared by Chef Rafael Gonzalez and Pastry Chef Emily Rosenberg. ($65 per person or $125 per couple). Great for couples.
For a fun, casual and budget-friendly evening, head over to La Grange in the Montrose area. You and all your friends can dine on oysters for $1, wine by the glass at $4 and margaritas for just $5. For something a little heartier, check out the Tex-Mex bar menu, which includes chicken flautas, shrimp and crab empanadas and salsas. The full menu will also be available. Great for groups or singles.
Radio Milano at Hotel Sorella in City Centre has its own prix fixe four-course menu featuring asparagus salad, seared quail and lamb choices for the entre, sponge cake with amaretto and a host of other special selections. The offer is available February 14 – 16. ($65 per person) An ala carte menu will also be available. Great for couples.
Turn up the music and head to the dance floor at Cottonwood. The venue offers live music, a bar and a restaurant for those who want to get their groove on. Valentine’s Day specials include $5 wines by the glass and margaritas. Two Tons of Steel will perform live on the outdoor patio from 7 – 10 p.m. Great for groups or singles.
Hotel Alessandra’s Valentine’s Day special includes a four-course meal at Lucienne restaurant. Red snapper, duck, foie gras mouse and braised pork belly are just a few of the menu offerings by Chef Jose Hernandez for a romantic evening. The special is available February 14 with seating at 5:30, 7:00 and 9:00 p.m., and February 15 – 16 by reservation. ($85 per person) Great for couples.
Wherever you decide to dine, have a happy Valentine’s Day!
Here are a few more options for you to consider:
Brasserie du Parc – Create your own prix fixe, 3-course menu. $58. Reservations required.
Caracol – V-Day specials, live music. $85 per person.
Etoile Cuisine et Bar – Special 3-course, prix fixe menu. $78 per person. Reservations required.
Third Coast – V-Day 4-course menu. Large parties welcome.
Hugo’s – V-Day specials, live music. $79 per person.
Xochi – Live music and menu specials. $79 per person.
Field & Tides – Three courses, $60 per person.
Sylvia’s Enchilada Kitchen – V-Day specials for 2. $48.95 per person.
Rainbow Lodge – V-Day 3-course menu including gluten free options. $85 per person.
State Fare – V-Day 4-course prix fixe menu. $65 per person. Reservations must be made by Feb. 13
The Classic – Shareable menu for two. $48 - $52 per person.
Prego – Off-menu and dessert specials.