Valentine’s Day Dining

Hoof & Vine is offering a dinner for two for $100, which includes a starter to share, salad course, a steak flight featuring a 44 Farms bavette, C.A.B. tenderloin, and Piedmontese top sirloin. Dessert is a chocolate caramel tart. Optional wine pairing is $50 per guest. Give them a call at (801) 569-4645 or online at

Tin Angel is offering a four course dinner, with one of the courses served in the dark. This special menu will run 2/14-2/16 and is $50 per person and $25 for a four-course specialty wine and cocktail pairing.

Pago is offering an $85 per person tasting menu, with an optional $40 wine pairing. Tax and gratuity not included. See menu below.

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Laziz Kitchen just rolled out a brand-new menu two weeks ago so there won’t be any special entreés on Valentine’s Day. But there will be a special dessert.

Hearth and Hill in Park City will be offering a special molten lava chocolate cake with fresh strawberries, in addition to their regular menu.

Avenues Proper:

The Copper Onion will be offering the following menu (subject to change):

Baked Oysters – Leek Soubise, Pancetta Breadcrumbs
Celeriac Risotto – Sottocenere, Shaved Truffle
Whole Roasted Branzino – Shiso & Blood Orange Kosho, Red Coconut Broth, Bok Choy, King Trumpet Mushrooms
Almond Milk Tres Leches – Dried & Fresh Strawberries, White Chocolate, Pistachio
Stanza Italian Bistro & Wine Bar is offering the following menu beginning at 5pm on 2/14
Current Fish & Oyster is offering a special menu, including an apple and fennel salad, clam chowder, local burrata, shrimp cocktail, grilled calamari, Double R Ranch New York steak, lobster tail, and pan roasted scallops. Prices weren’t provided.
SLC Eatery is offering a prix fixe menu. Menu below.
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Table X will be offering a seven-course tasting menu for $85 per person. Wine pairing an additional $35 per person. Non-alcoholic beverage pairing $20 per person. To make a reservation go to
Pallet is all booked up, but has some bar seating available. Seven course tasting menu for $65, with an optional $35 beverage pairing.


Offerings at The Gateway:

Filet mignon and lobster tail (or colossal shrimp) headline the bill at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar from Feb. 8 through Feb 17. Diners can add champagne and luxury jewelry gift. Pricing varies depending on options selected.

Midici, The Neapolitan Pizza Company, is offering “dinner for two” for $25 from Feb. 13 – 17 that includes two entrées, two sodas, two of their delicious gelato offerings or a Nutella calzone.

At Tucanos Brazilian Grill, love is on the menu with dinner for two offered at $31.95 per person which includes the chef’s selections of rosemary herb salmon, roasted rib eye, grilled shrimp and a special Valentine’s chocolate treat. It’s all served up with a complimentary rose from Feb. 13 – 16.

Utah’s first Dave & Buster’s is mixing it up with delicious fun on Valentine’s Day with all-you-can-eat wings for just $29.99 per person. A $15 Powercard is included along with unlimited non-redemption play.

California Pizza Kitchen is offering a $35 “dinner for two” from Feb. 13 – 17 for just $35 that includes one appetizer to share, two entrées, and one dessert.


Park City/Deer Valley Offerings:


Park City’s famed destination for inventive American meat, seafood and sushi will be open Valentine’s Day and serving its regular award-winning menu.


Share a delectable three-course prix fixe at this favorite steakhouse on Main Street. Start with a choice of beet salad or soup, followed by filet mignon, buffalo filet or mahi-mahi. Lobster tail or king crab legs can be added to any entrée. Dessert is a classic shared chocolate molten cake with vanilla ice cream. $89 per couple. 


For Valentines enjoying the holiday at home, Deer Valley’s go-to spot for gourmet delights is spicing up the holiday with Indian-spiced Wagyu beef, featuring seared Wagyu beef sirloin with curried cashew sauce, fresh cilantro, pine nut and fig couscous, and roasted butternut squash. $15.75.


Park City’s culinary concierge is offering a pair of specials sure to delight for those celebrating Valentine’s Day at home: Between Feb. 11-16, enjoy smoked “salmon” pistou (smoked steelhead trout, served in a light, brothy soup with a creamy texture and flavor reminiscent of pesto). The dish is gluten-free and kosher. Also take home a Sweetheart Bakery Box, featuring a slice of coconut almond gooey butter cake, two mini chocolate cupcakes with pink vanilla buttercream, and two mini heart-shaped cookies.  Not only can you enjoy these items at home but you can dine in at the Element Kitchen & Bakery Café.


The locals-favorite steakhouse is serving a prix-fixe for two that’s sure to delight. Start with a choice of baby romaine Caesar salad, wild rice and mushroom soup, or Grub Steak’s famed salad bar, followed by coffee-rubbed New York steak with crème fraiche. For dinner, enjoy a classic chocolate lava cake with fresh raspberries and vanilla ice cream. $47.75 per person.


Modern mountain-inspired seasonal fare is on offer this Valentine’s Day at Powder. Enjoy a three-course prix fixe starting with a choice of oysters on the half shell, wagyu bavette tatakem or organic frisee and mizuna. After a champagne intermezzo, enjoy a choice of grilled swordfish, rack of lamb or New York steak, followed by passion fruit mousse for dessert. $69 per person.


The steakhouse will be open for Valentine’s Day serving its popular regular menu. Seating begins at 3 p.m., making it a perfect destination for a romantic apres-ski date, or a can’t-miss dinner date.


Park City’s home for refined Japanese fare is open serving its regular, raved-about menu on Valentine’s Day. Enjoy a range of selections, including plenty plates to share, such as sushi, shabu-shabu and sake, plus nightly specials.


This Italian destination is serving its raved-about menu plus a selection of specials including steak and lobster with Brussels sprouts and fingerling potatoes; porchetta with creamy polenta and olive tapenade, and Versante scallops with parsnip puree and pomegranate reduction. Each special also comes with a complimentary chocolate-dipped strawberry. A trio of specials at the bar will also be on offer: Old Town Cellars rose, a candy cane martini, and the Utah Royale cocktail with prosecco and Chambord.