Where to Dine This Valentine’s Day in Houston

Houston Valentine's Day

Have you made dinner reservations for Valentine’s Day in Houston yet? It’s wise to book early, as it is a very popular week for couples to dine out! Plus, numerous Houston area restaurants host events or feature special prix fixe menus on and leading up to Feb. 14.

To help you plan, as your Houston real estate team, we’ve put together a list of some of the options that sounded best to us. Here are a few of our Valentine’s Day picks:

  • Backstreet Café – You’ve got two options. You can enjoy the Couple’s Menu Feb. 10-13, which costs $95 per couple, or you could choose the Valentine’s Day menu on Feb. 14, which costs $75 per person. Each menu has its own delectable options, so choose which sounds best to you and make reservations!
  • Ginger & Fork – Either indulge in a seven-course prix fixe weekend brunch on Saturday or Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., or enjoy the Valentine’s Dinner on Friday, Saturday or Tuesday evening. The buffet costs $45 per person and the dinner costs $145 per couple.
  • Le Mistral – From Friday, Feb. 10, through Tuesday, Feb. 14, you can take part in the $90 Valentine’s Day menu. It is five courses, from Maine lobster to Valrhona chocolate praline éclair with chocolate chunk hazelnut ice cream and pistachio sauce. All of your taste buds will be satisfied!
  • Part & Parcel at Whitehall Hotel – Make reservations for a four-course meal and wine tasting for two, and/or surprise your loved one with a half-dozen chocolate covered strawberries! All of the proceeds from the Sweets for Sweetie fundraiser go toward helping wounded American veterans.
  • Rainbow Lodge – You won’t find a more romantic ambiance than in this historic 113-year-old log cabin set on beautiful grounds! Enjoy the regular menu during lunch, or partake in the special four-course dinner for $89 per person. Dinner takes place from 5 to 9:30 p.m. on Feb. 14.
  • SaltAir Seafood Kitchen – You’ve got lots of options here. You can enjoy perfect food and wine pairings, a trio of caviar with a half bottle of champagne, a $150 five-course menu for two, or the traditional dinner menu. You decide what you’re in the mood for most!
  • Urban Eats – For a more affordable, less ritzy option, head to their Feast of Love on Feb. 13 or 14. This includes a shared appetizer, two entrees, a shared dessert and a bottle of wine or sparkling wine for $60. Reservations are not accepted here, so get there early and plan to possibly have to wait!

For more dining options on Valentine’s Day in Houston, check out this Houston Press guide. Do you have another favorite romantic dining spot that we missed? Leave a comment and share!

Enjoy your romantic month, and when ready to accomplish your Houston real estate market goals, contact us, your Houston real estate team. What is more romantic than buying the Houston home of your dreams? We are here and ready to help you!

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