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 hoofandvine.com

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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Valentine’s Day Dining

Ah, love is in the air. Along with the inversion.

Check out some dining and celebration options for V day. Call soon–restaurants book up early.

Oasis Cafe: $40 per person, four course fixed menu featuring ahi tartare, fennel salad or shrimp bisque, halibut, beef tenderloin, or roasted chicken, and dessert. Call (801) 322-0404 for reservations.

Current Fish and Oyster: four course menu, $70 per person (drinks, tax, gratuity extra). Additionally, if you’re looking to celebrate, but don’t like the crowds on the 14th, Chef Gardner is offering dinner specials the 10th through the 13th as well. New offerings this year for the 14th include roast duck breast and a turbot and crab roulade. This is in addition to other menu options such as oysters, calamari, beef short ribs, organic cauliflower, braised salmon, and more. (801) 326-3474

Alamexo: the Mexican restaurant is celebrating el dia del amor. Valentine’s specials will be served from the 14th through the 18th, and include filet mignon with chile paste, tamale, jalapeño relleno, and salsa mocajete ($27), mahi mahi in a salsa veracruzana ($24), as well as some specialty desserts and beverages. (801) 779-4747.

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Stanza Italian Bistro & Wine Bar: Stanza is offering a $65 per person six course dinner on the 14th. The Valentine’s menu includes buttermilk panna cotta, Alaskan king crab, black truffle spaghettini, blood orange with black olive and candied walnut, a porcini-dusted New York strip loan, and a special dessert. (801) 746-4441

Laziz Kitchen: four-course prix fixe menu. You must reserve/pay in advance. Price is $140 per couple. The menu includes stuffed roasted onions, salads, salmon, organic chicken, and chocolate cardamom ice cream. (801) 441-1228.

RYE Diner and Drinks: RYE is open for Valentine’s Day. No information on their offerings, but each entree includes a guaranteed free ticket to the Urban Lounge next door for their Valentine’s Day party. Email janavanbrocklin@gmail.com

PAGO: offering a five-course tasting menu + wine pairings. Saturday, February 11th and Tuesday, February 14th. $75 per person tasting menu, $42 wine pairings. Dinner will feature choices of chocolate-dipped strawberries, pork belly, oysters, steak tartare, braised short ribs, duck breast, curried cauliflower, triple chocolate mousse hearts, and a house ice cream tasting. (801) 532-0777.

Stoneground Italian Kitchen: offering both a three-course ($35) and five-course ($50) dining option. (801) 364-1368.

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La Caille: five-course dinner, $95 adults, $55 children. See their menu on Facebook. (801) 942-1751

Log Haven: Log Haven is completely booked on 2/14, but still has some room on 2/13 and 2/15. You can see their special menu on their site. (801) 272-8255.

Park City/Deer Valley

Stein Eriksen Lodge: the lodge is featuring special Valentine’s Day options such as a rose petal turndown service, house-made chocolates, horse-drawn sleigh rides, and flower bouquets. Call the lodge at (435) 604-2793.

The Brass Tag at the Lodges at Deer Valley: the restaurant’s raved-about dinner menu will be on offer, plus a special of porcini mushroom crusted scallops served with forbidden rice, roasted cauliflower and leek puree ($28).

Deer Valley Grocery Café: for those serving a special private meal at home, add a little something extra with the Fritto Misto for two ($14.75) from Deer Valley Grocery~Café. Enjoy rice flour battered wild sockeye salmon and shrimp, served with fennel, lemon, shiitake mushrooms, fresh sage dipping broth and preserved lemon salt.

Fireside Dining: spend an evening enjoying delectable selections beside a roaring fire. Fireside Dining at Deer Valley resort will be offering a trio of specials: seared duck breast with an elderberry and elderflower lacquer, slow-roasted tomatoes, Cipollini onions and sage polenta; roasted root vegetables with herb honey butter glaze; and a s’mores tart with house-made graham crust, bittersweet ganache and bourbon marshmallow.

Flanagan’s on Main: the Irish pub is serving classic surf-and-turf for Valentine’s Day. The “Lovebirds” special ($98 total) features fresh house salad, a sumptuous grilled 28-ounce ribeye, two 6-ounce lobster tails, mixed vegetables and dessert.

Grub Steak: Park City’s longtime locals-favorite steakhouse will be serving a delicious three-course prix fixe. The Valentine’s Day menu ($59.75 per person) starts with a choice of hearts of romaine Caesar salad, wild rice and mushroom soup, or Grub Steak’s 45-item fresh salad bar. Then enjoy beef wellington, featuring tenderloin of beef and mushroom duxelle baked in puff pastry, served alongside steam asparagus and citrus hollandaise. Chocolate lava cake and fresh raspberries and Haagen Dazs vanilla ice cream caps the evening for dessert.

Tupelo: Park City’s home for globally inspired, artisanally sourced and stunningly prepared food is serving an a la carte menu and a five-course tasting menu for Valentine’s Day.

The tasting menu ($95, with an optional $65 wine pairing), starts with barbecue octopus with red bean stew, red pepper vinegar, kale and pickled lemon, followed by whiskey glazed Niman Ranch pork belly with apple butter, pickled beets and smoked maple; pan roasted bass with squash caponata, herb broth, lemon and smoked soy; and sous vide wagyu ribeye with wild mushroom, roasted marrow and truffles. Enjoy a tasting of artisanal chocolates for dessert. The a la carte selections draw from Tupelo’s regular dinner menu, with selections such as buttermilk biscuits, house-made ricotta, and Utah trout.

If you can’t find something in here that you like, then I’m afraid I’m of no use to you!

Park City Valentine’s Dining

Planning to impress the Mr. or Mrs (hopefully belonging to you) for Valentine’s in Park City? Check out the info below. The Kumamoto’s from High West sound particularly delicious.

Cuisine Unlimited
$35, $40 or $55 per person catered dinner, minimum 10 people
For those celebrating Valentine’s Day with friends and loved ones at home, Cuisine Unlimited is your one and only. The gourmet caterers are offering a choice of three delicious dinners: Forget Me Not ($35), Hearts & Roses ($40) or Cupid’s ($55). Each comes with a starter, like red-and-white beet salad with Cara Cara oranges and Burrata cheese, or wild berry and flowered salad. Entrees include chicken wellington, rack of lamb, pepper-encrusted beef tenderloin and Portobello mushroom torte. Desserts feature raspberry torte layered with French butter cream, tiramisu with long stemmed chocolate-dipped strawberries and chocolate diva cake.

Deer Valley Grocery~Café and Snow Park Bakery
Place dessert orders for Deer Valley Grocery~Café (435-615-2400) or Snow Park Bakery (435-645-6623) by 5 p.m. Wednesday, February 11 for items to be picked up Saturday, February 14 by 5 p.m.
Heart Shaped Chocolate Decadence, 5” (serves 2): $7.00 each
Chocolate Pot De Crème with whipped cream and raspberries: $7.00
Chocolate Dipped Long Stem Strawberries (½ dozen): $16.50
Red Velvet Cake, 6” (includes a special Valentine’s Day note): $25.00
Passion Fruit Gelèe Hearts (½ dozen): $5.25
Sweetheart Shortbread Cookies: $4.00 each

Eating Establishment
$59.95 per couple prix fixe
Park City’s longest-running full-service restaurant is serving a very special dinner for two. The evening opens with an appetizer to share, followed by a choice of filet topped with green peppercorn and red wine sauce, or salmon with champagne sauce. Each is served with roasted red potatoes and asparagus. For dessert, share chocolate cake or cheesecake.

Empire Canyon Lodge (daytime)
Deer Valley’s Empire Canyon Lodge will feature Sweetheart Cookies with Valentine’s Day sayings for $3.00 during the daytime.

Fox School of Wine
$25 per person wine tasting
The school’s Weekend Wine Series continues with “Romantic Wines to Share,” where guests will be lighting candles and pouring wines sure to light their fire. Register at www.foxschoolofwine.com.

Good Karma
$34.99 per person two-course prix fixe, or $49.99 per person five-course prix fixe
Park City’s favorite destination for Indo-Persian delicacies is serving a pair of Valentine’s Day specials. Choose between two- or five-course dinners for two. The restaurant’s popular regular menu will also be on offer.

Grub Steak
$51.75 per couple prix fixe
For those in love with a meat-lover, there’s no better place than Grub Steak, a true Park City institution. For Valentine’s Day, enjoy a three-course prix fixe menu opening with a choice of Caesar salad, mushroom soup, or Grub Steak’s famed 45-item salad bar. Then enjoy tenderloin of certified Angus beef stuffed with king crab meat, wrapped in apple-wood-smoked bacon and a choice of side. Dessert is a decadent chocolate lava cake with fresh raspberries and Haagen Dazs vanilla ice cream.

High West Distillery
High West Distillery will be running a small plate special for Valentine’s Day.  The special includes Kumamoto Oysters on the half-shell with Yuzu and Rose Water Mignonette “cocktail” sauce mad with High West Vodka 7000’.  The Oysters will be a sous vide preparation and then chilled.  $12 for 4 Oysters.

Powder at The Waldorf Astoria
$139 per couple prix fixe, $199 with wine pairing
Powder is pulling out all the stops this Valentine’s Day. Its four-course prix fixe menu opens with lobster bisque with tarragon, fennel and espelette, followed by a salad of baby gem lettuce with smoked pancetta, anchovies and fine herb vinaigrette. Then feast on a “surf n’ turf” of grilled wagyu bavette and spot prawns with butternut squash, bacon and leeks, before finishing the evening with raspberry “muelle feuille” chocolate and rose sorbeto. A wine pairing is also available.

Royal Street Café, Deer Valley Resort
Featuring Chocolate Raspberry Hearts; a flourless chocolate torte, chocolate mousse and raspberry sauce as a special Valentine’s Day dessert for $8.00

The Brass Tag
The Lodges at Deer Valley

Enjoy a unique Valentine’s Day special at The Brass Tag located inside the The Lodges at Deer Valley.  Guests can savor brick-oven roasted Scottish salmon with sautéed baby kale and roasted red peppers, wrapped in Idaho potato strings, topped with lump crab salad, tarragon butter and warm saffron lemon cream for $30.