Valentine’s Day Dining in Las Vegas

Published: February 2, 2023, 04:05 am.

Last Updated: February 2, 2023, 04:05 AM

Love and reservations are essential for Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas, as the holiday is one of the busiest restaurant days of the year. Here are the most romantic Strip restaurants offering special menus on February 14th. Good luck!

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Valentine’s Day dining is one of the things Las Vegas is famous for. Here’s a romantic view from the Eiffel Tower. (Facebook.)

$145 per person

Frankly, the Italian restaurant’s three-course Valentine’s Day menu features your choice of Mediterranean octopus, bran or beef, from 5:30-10 p.m., sit in your room or dine under the stars by the cozy fireplace.

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Resort World Las Vegas
$150 per person

Featuring Michelin-starred restaurateur Sean Hergatt’s world-class spin on seafood and New American cuisine, the elegantly appointed Caviar Bar offers a four-course Valentine’s Day menu from 5:30-9:00 p.m. The main dish is lobster pomodoro, halibut or Australian. wagyu beef.

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Wynn Las Vegas
$195 per person

Setting the table and mood for romance is a four-course menu including Dover’s fish and chips and white truffle bucatini carbonara from 5.30pm. A first class compartment on the Titanic.

Four seasons
$210 per pair
The five-course V-Day menu includes truffle toast and grilled bread from 5pm to 10am.

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In Table 56, you can see an eye with the roof of the Eiffel Tower. (Photo: Facebook)

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Paris Las Vegas

$175 per person

The French have a monopoly on love. Find out why at one of the Strip’s most romantic dinners. The four-course Valentine’s Day menu, led by Executive Chef Jean Joho, includes butter-infused custards, warm foie gras with poached fennel and buttery filet gras with bone marrow bread pudding. The look can’t be beat – even if you can’t master Table 56.

Guy Savoy Restaurant
Caesar’s seat
$360 per person

Seven-course menu includes A5 wagyu with lobster $360 from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.

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$144.99 per person

Celebrity chef Giada Laurentis is serving up a three-course Italian-inspired Valentine’s Day menu from 5 to 9:45 p.m., with a main course of ricotta-stuffed tortellini with barolo-braised short rib and sweet beetroot, from 5 to 9 p.m.: Up to 45 restaurants/Giada

Phil’s Steak House
Treasure Island
$155 per person

Phil’s – named after owner Phil Ruffin – serves a four-course menu for two from 5-10 p.m. It includes a langoustine tail and a torpa with bay leaves.

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$300 per person

This five-star Japanese restaurant – helmed by two-Michelin-star chef Tetsuya Wakuda – offers a nine-course menu from 5:00 p.m. ukada.html