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For all of you procrastinators out there, we've dug up 10 more Valley restaurants that would love you to dine with them on Valentine's Day. (Here's our original list
This is it though. There isn't going to be anymore help after this. So make a decision and make reservations. You don't want to spend Valentine's Day in the dog house do you?
-- Two special Valentine's Day menus featuring classics like Lobster Pot Pie, Filet au Poivre, and Apple Tarte Tatin. The four-course meal will cost you $65 ++ per person. Tack on an extra $35 for the wine pairings.
The House at Secret Garden
NoRTH at Kierland Commons
-- Three-courses of seasonal eats plus a chocolate dessert trio for $60 ++ per person. Roasted rutabaga soup, or apple & radish salad, red wine risotto with roasted cauliflower or pork belly with local dates and portabella mushrooms, and seared scallops with a blood orange reduction and Brussels sprouts or a grilled New York strip steak with Pecorino fried fingerling potatoes. wine pairings available.
-- Three-course prix-fixe featuring Fritto Misto with shrimp, candy striped beets, pan roasted scallops, and more. $55 ++ per person.
-- Three-course dinner with menu options such as duck confit, pappardelle with braised lamb, and Affogato (Nutella cake with coffee cream and vanilla gelato). $55 ++ per person.
True Food Kitchen
-- Three healthy courses for just $25 ++ per person. Choose a starter and entree and then split a dessert assortment for two.
-- Quite possibly the best Valentine's deal out there, Zinburger will feed you and your sweetie for $40 ++. Split an appetizer, order a burger, and then share a slice of banana cream or chocolate pie. They will even throw in a beverage (select wine, beer, soft drink, or a shake)!
Cartwright's Sonoran Ranch House
-- A la Carte menu with featuring specials such as the lobster and beef tenderloin pairing ($39), rabbit Dijon sausage with baby vegetables ($16) and a petite heart-shaped red velvet cake ($9).
2501 E. Baseline Road, Phoenix, AZ