Orlando-area restaurants are ready and waiting for Valentine’s Day crowds, and several have whipped up romantic dining packages so that you can leave the thinking to the kitchen and focus on your amour. Here are some prix fixe dining options for Valentine’s week in Central Florida neighborhoods and further afield.
Downtown and Thornton Park
The Boheme at The Grand Bohemian
Feb 6 through 13: Valentine’s Week a la carte and tasting menu $69/person.
February 14: 3-Course Prix-Fixe Valentine’s Dinner with a glass of Nicholas Feuillette Champagne, $89/person.
$54-79 per person for four courses. Price depends on entree choice: Lake Meadow Naturals chicken with goat cheese macaroni, rack of lamb with sorghum grain risotto, crispy cauliflower steak or bone-in ribeye.
Winter ParkRocco’s Italian Grille
$69 per person for four-course menu featuring puff pastry with escargot, lobster ravioli, veal scaloppine, ricotta cheesecake and more.
TR Fire Grill
$45 per person for four-courses of fan favorites plus a glass of wine paired with entree choice.
The Smiling Bison
$50 per person for three courses plus amuse bouche and a glass of Champagne.
$85 per couple for five-course menu featuring branzino crudo, miso chowder, Chilean sea bass, robata- grilled quail and dulce de leche mousse; regular menu also available.
February 12 & 13
$60 per couple for four courses including Champagne toast, flatbread to share, two starters, two entrees and two mini desserts; wine pairings available at the special price of $7 per glass.
Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen
$70 per couple for six-course menu featuring beet “carpaccio”, roasted Cape Canaveral shrimp, foie gras terrine, cassoulet and more; five courses of wine pairings available for an additional $45.
Special menu items include Cuban poke ahi tuna, grilled Duroc rib pork chop with boniato asado and charred herb salsa and crispy whole red snapper; regular menu also available.
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House
$48 per couple for chilled oysters on the half shell with caviar mignonette and two glasses of Veuve Clicquot Champagne or Grey Goose VX Vodka (pictured).
Urban Tide at Hyatt Regency Orlando
$50 per person for appetizer, choice of entree (pastrami-spiced hangar steak or lobster and scallop cannelloni) and dessert.
Bull & Bear at Waldorf Astoria
$140 per person for four courses featuring lobster bisque, heirloom tomato salad, wild-caught halibut and more. Wine pairings available for $45 and $65.
Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes Orlando
$25 per person for dessert buffet with live jazz in the lobby lounge from 8pm-midnight. Special cocktails and Southern-inspired menu available at Highball & Harvest.
Loews Portofino Bay Hotel
Harbor Nights Romantico returns in time to kick off the romantic weekend before Valentine’s Day. $50 includes select wines, sparkling wines, gourmet foods, live music and more; $85 VIP admission includes private seating area and additional food and wine stations.
1921 by Norman Van Aken
$75 per per person for four courses featuring Florida cobia, grilled short ribs with spiny lobster and more. Wine pairings available for an additional $35.
$320 per couple includes luxury guestroom accommodations in the Lodge, dinner for two at SottoTerra Restaurant including wine, late checkout, complimentary valet parking and 20% off spa services, sporting clays, guided bass fishing and archery. Call (888) 974-6598 to reserve.