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Wine and Dine Your Valentine

Samantha Klaassen | February 5, 2018 | Feature Features

Steer clear of the heart balloons and chocolate this year. Instead, opt to take your special someone to one of these local hotspots for a romantic night out.
Hip florist and restaurant Grange Hall is a one-stop shop for Valentine's Day.

Those looking for timeless charm on Valentine's Day can make a reservation at local icon Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. The Mansion Restaurant's menu for the night features truffle ravioli, Akaushi Wagyu sirloin, and sea bass. Enjoy a build-your-own martini as Ross Redmond performs on the piano in the intimate, elegant setting. $135 per person, 2821 Turtle Creek Blvd.

If you want to amp up the romance factor, reserve a table in Fearing’s cozy Sendero glass pavilion below a 750-piece Murano glass chandelier. Exclusive to the Valentine’s Day menu is chef Dean Fearing’s barbecue-spiced prime beef filet and chicken-fried Maine lobster on loaded whipped potatoes and a soft spinach taco with smoked tomato. $100 per person, The Ritz Carlton, Dallas, 2121 McKinney Ave.

Looking for the luxurious version of the iconically romanticized picnic? Grange Hall is offering Je t’aime Pique-nique, a gift for two including cashew cream with sesame biscotti, lobster-chestnut bisque, British sea salted caramel truffles and more decadent bites. A bottle of Daumas Gassac Rose Frizant and a flower arrangement round out this package, with optional caviar service. Pickup and delivery begins Feb. 7, from $395, 4445 Travis St.


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