Clean Plate Charlie is collecting info on what the best dining deals are for the most romantic date night of the year.
If your restaurant is celebrating St. Valentine's with a special promotion, let us know by sending an email to John.Linn@BrowardPalmBeach.com. The information will be published in this post and kept updated throughout the month.
Offers listed after the jump.
Six Tables: Four-course wine dinner with complimentary red rose includes champagne and amuse, Copain viognier with lobster bisque and organic greens salad, petit fillet with Marrietta cab or Hirsch pinot noir with sea bass or roast duck with Chappallet Mountain cuvee, and port with pear and chocolate strawberries. $150 per couple, 7 p.m. seating. February 12 to 14.
Sublime: Multicourse dinner with optional wine pairing. Start with cupid salad of local heirloom tomato, parsnip, celery root, green apple, mixed greens, and raspberry vinaigrette. Then: Herb-stuffed mushroom with white wine, beet romanza with horseradish "creme fraiche," amore agnolotti with "ricotta" and "alfredo" sauce, Venus blood orange sorbet, strawberry cheesecake, and rose "ice cream." $79 per person, tax/tip excluded. Wine flight is $25.
La Stella's Restaurant and Catering: Three-course menu for two available February 14 and 16-18. Choice of panzanella, caprese, or caesar salad; skirt steak with risotto, chicken scarpiello, Sunday gravy, lobster Francais, or Carla's pasta; and chocolate torte or zabaglione with berries. Includes bottle of red or white. $75 per couple.
Uncle Julio's: The "Plato de Amor" features a cold-water lobster tail, four shrimp brochette, chicken and beef fajitas, guacamole, and pico de gallo for $49.95. Sopapillas and chocolate flan for dessert are under $6.
Satoro: This Hollywood hot spot is offering a three-course menu for $79 per couple. Choice of grilled vegetable platter with Brie fondue, romaine heart caesar salad, or minestrone soup; roast beef tenderloin with popovers and spring vegetables, stuffed sole with blue crab and choron, squash tortellini with brown butter sage sauce, or oak-fired Moroccan lamb trio; and lady finger sponge cake with cherries jubilee or chocolate rings filled with fresh berries and Greek yogurt.
RA Sushi: The chain of sushi eateries will be slinging its French Kiss cocktail February 8 through 14. The drink is a mixture of Godiva white and dark chocolate liquors, Chambord, Kettle One vodka, and Captain Morgan rum. It's served in a chocolate-drizzled martini glass and garnished with a strawberry. The drink costs $8.
Yard House: A huge selection of draft beer will be complimented by a special Valentine's weekend menu of aphrodisiacal dishes crafted specially for the occasion. The menu includes beer-steamed mussels with andouille, macadamia-encrusted salmon with passion fruit beurre blanc, red apple brandy rib chop, lobster mac and cheese, and black and blueberry cobbler. Seating is first come, first served.
Lola's on Harrison: Chef Michael Wagner's Naughty & Nice Valentine's Day dinner costs $65 per person and includes three courses: Start with a Maryland blue crab and avocado salad with yellow tomato coulis or Apalachicola gold band oysters with mango pico de gallo. Mains are a choice of seared big-eye tuna with udon salad and bok choy or an Angus filet mignon with black truffle garlic twice-baked potatoes and wild mushroom demi. For dessert, choose from a banana foster bread pudding or a dark chocolate raspberry truffle cake. Call for reservations.
III Forks: The steakhouse chain is offering a filet and Australian lobster tail dinner or a 16 oz. Wagyu strip steak, each including wine and champagne for $72.95 and $69.95 respectively. The Hallandale Beach location opens February 11. Call for reservations.
Smith & Jones: Johnny V's down-scale eatery is doing a Valentine's Day brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring a la carte items like French toast, poached eggs with smoked pork, bbq plate with mango slaw and melon, custom omeletes, scrambled eggs with applewood-smoked bacon, Monterey jack cheese and scrambled egg burritos, crab chowder, grilled four-ounce filet mignon, and biscuits with Jimmy Dean sausage gravy.
Choose from alla carte Valentine's Day specials such as seafood salad ($14) veal "42" ($22), gnocchi alla pesto ($15), shrimp scampi ($19) mussesl al forno ($14), filet mignon ($26), and chocolate dipped long stem strawberries ($12).
Complimentary roses for ladies.
Morton's The Steakhouse: The Chicago steakhouse has a few options for V-Day. A classic menu for two ($79) includes salad, your choice of filet mignon or New York strip steak; cold water lobster tail or Alaskan King Crab legs; and grilled jumbo asparagus with balsamic glaze. The signature three-course menu for two ($99) includes salad; single cut filets; choice of broiled sea scallops, colossal shrimp alexander, jumbo lump crab cake, or chicken christopher; a signature potato and vegetable side and Morton's hot chocolate cake, key lime pie, or crème brulee. Morton's Valentine's Day special cocktail, the Valentine Crush, will be poured throughout the evening.
Angelique Euro Cafe: A three-course menu on Friday and Saturday is paired with Piper Heidsieck Champagne and a wine course for $65 per person. On Sunday, enjoy a Valentine's Day jazz brunch with a three-course menu and Cava Codorniu Brut for $35.
Heart's Delight: A four-course menu is just $50 per person and includes dishes like jumbo shrimp with mango salsa, romaine heart salad with crispy cheese, pan roasted yellowtail snapper, and double fudge cake with wild berry syrup. (2670 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Call 954-335-4512.)
Rendex-Vous French Bakery & Cafe: The quaint French bakery is offering a three-course menu complete with favorites like salad perigourdine, beef wellington, stuffed chicken breast, charlotte au poires, and duo of chocolate fondant with raspberry coulis. Reservations recommended.
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Sunset Grill: Enjoy a Valentine's Day brunch at this drag show haven with two seatings at noon and 2 p.m.. Mimosas and bloody marys will be the drink du jour. A sunset dinner between 5 and 6:30 p.m. is three coures for $14.95.
Lips Drag Revue: The prix fixe dinner menu costs $40 and includes entertainment -- yep, a full drag revue show hosted by Diva. Make reservations in advance.
Il Bacio: The aptly-named Delray eatery/lounge is offering an "aphrodisiac-infused," three-course menu with options like baby arugula salad with truffle oil, grilled Parmesan oysters, petit fillet and grilled lobster tail, seafood fra diavollo, lobster ravioli, and chocolate dipping fountain. Price is $37 per person, or $75 per couple, and includes live jazz and R&B from seven-piece house band, Pangea, and a complementary red metallic dog chain necklace with their photo engraved on it. Reserve in advance for a chance to win a spot on a luxury cruise. (29 SE Second Ave., Delray Beach. Call 561-865-7785, or visit ilbacioofdelray.com.)
Josef's: The quaint, Northern Italian eatery has a special alla carte menu with dishes like herb & Parmesan crusted veal chop, roasted sea bass filet w/ prosecco sabayon, roasted crisp duck, and dark chocolate martini. Seats still available.