Prix-Fixe picks for Valentine’s Day Dining in Orlando

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Love is a universal language, so why not go global for Valentine’s Day dinner? The options for Valentine’s Day dining in Orlando are inspired by cuisines from all over the world. (Indulgences from the good ol’ USA abound as well.) Either way, there’s a prix-fixe menu to please. Available on Friday, February 14 only unless otherwise noted.

International

Tender veal scaloppine, morel mushrooms and Maine lobster in a dry-sherry and brandy sauce is one of the entrees on the four-course menu at Christini’s Ristorante Italiano. $125/person plus tax and tip.

The four-course dinner with drink pairings at Cocina 214 comes with sharable starters and dessert plus Mexican street corn and choice of two entrees. $75/person includes tax and tip.

Café Tu Tu Tango is offering a three-course tour for two from February 14-16th that includes a sampling of several entrée’s including Lamb Picadillo Empanadas, Sockeye Salmon Taquitos, Butter Chicken Tikka Masala, and Smoked Pork Brochettes. $59/couple.

Branzino, risotto and rack of lamb are just a few of the highlights on the five-course menu at The H Cuisine. $110/person.

At Vinia Wine Bar, the four-course menu includes a welcome drink and a wine pairing with dessert. $149/couple includes tax and tip.

The four-course feast at Taverna Opa includes a 22-ounce Porterhouse and a 7-ounce lobster tail plus live belly dancing. $85/couple plus tax and tip.

Jump start your love on Wednesday, February 12 with three courses and a glass of house wine when The Meatball Stoppe presents Cuisine and Songs of Amore. $38.95/person plus tax and tip.

Listen to live entertainment and visit the wine and food stations as often as you like at Harbor Nights Romantico at Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando. $65 plus tax ($95 VIP) includes self parking. Special seating and exclusive wines and more for VIP ticket holders.

Tuck in to bison ribs with onion jam or Chilean sea bass with caviar sauce on the three-course menu at The Venetian Chop House, available Friday, Saturday and Sunday. $70/person.

Domestic

1921 Mount Dora is sharing the love—and a five-course tasting menu—from February 7-16th. Endive salad, pea and saffron risotto, diver scallops and 48-hour short rib finish with a dark-chocolate ganache tart with berries and raspberry cream. $75/person (wine pairings $35).

Join Dexter’s New Standard for a “Red and White” themed three-course meal that includes a half-dozen oysters (raw or chargrilled) to share between first and second courses. $50/person.

Enjoy three courses for lunch or dinner at The Ravenous Pig on Friday, Saturday or Sunday and choose from filet mignon or cioppino for your main. $50/person.

A glass of bubbly comes with the three-course dinner at The Old Jailhouse in Sanford. $100/couple.

Head to Canvas on Valentine’s Day for a romantic dinner that begins with yellow fin tuna carpaccio. Couples then share beef tenderloin for two and finish with Key lime tart with coconut dacquoise, guava, and white chocolate crunch. $105/couple ($150 with wine pairing).

 

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