25 Best Valentine’s Day 2015 Dine Out Places

Scoring a table on Valentine’s Day is a time-honored way to rack up points with your sweetie, but picking a restaurant is tricky. Go too far upscale and you could scare off a crush who considers your arrangement casual, but roll into a folksy neighborhood dive and your fiancé might feel the fool for dressing nice.

Just remember, February 14 is one of the biggest dining out nights, and also happens to fall on a Saturday this year, so plan ahead and make reservations, because you definitely do not want to ruin your celebration by standing outside a restaurant.

  1. Payard at Caesars Palace

The French have romance on lock, so heading to a bistro such as Payard is always a good choice to impress your sweetie. Via Caesars

  1. Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar at Town Square

For those who have their tried and true favorites, check out the classic Valentine’s Day menu at Fleming’s new location near the Strip at Town Square. Via Flemings Steak House

  1. Poppy Den at Tivoli

If you’re ready to face that you’re addicted to love, Chef Angelo Sosa’s Asian-influenced off-Strip restaurant has your fix. His “Addicted to Love” menu offers you a glass of sparkling rosé and three courses where you can select from the greatest hits of his menu. Via Poppy Den Vegas

  1. Andre’s Monte Carlo

Andre’s is often considered one of the most romantic restaurants on the Strip, not only because of its gorgeous and warm, intimate dining room – including a cognac lounge hidden upstairs — but because the food awakens your palate. Via Andre LV

  1. Social House at Crystals at CityCenter

Probably one of the most delicate Valentine’s Day menus available, Social House’s is ideal for those who like a light dinner before heading off for a night of fun, especially if the meal is taken in one of the chic restaurant’s semi-private booths. Via Angle MG

  1. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

If music is what brought you together, the Hard Rock is your spot for Valentine’s Day. Via USA Today

  1. Kumi at Mandalay Bay

Chef Akira Back is best known for his modern Japanese cuisine with Korean influences, so a Valentine’s Day meal at Kumi is perfect for adventurous diners who want a meal that’s as flavorful as their love lives. Via Kumi Las Vegas

  1. Crush at MGM Grand

By the end of the meal, your dining companion should be pretty clear on how you feel. Via MGM Grand

  1. VooDoo Steak at Rio

Have the best dinner at the VooDoo Steak at the roof top and enjoy the night life. Via Caesars

  1. Bernard’s Bistro at Lake Las Vegas

Enjoy a private dinner with your partner at the bistro before going out to enjoy your day. Via Bernard’s Bistro

  1. Strip House Steakhouse at Planet Hollywood

Steakhouse offers some amazing steaks, plus the environment is perfect for a Valentine’s Day dinner for a cozy couple. Via Strip House

  1. Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas

Enjoy a dashing dinner in this English house like environment, dress up and make her feel like a princess. Via Mon Amu Gabi

  1. Restaurant Guy Savoy

The attire style is business casual so you will have the choice to dress up really nice or simply. Via Guy Savoy

  1. Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas

Romantic date at the top of the tower with the picture perfect Las Vegas as the background for your dinner will be perfect. Via Eiffel Tower Restaurant

  1. Il Mulino Las Vegas

From the soft lighting and wrought iron chandeliers to the breathtaking view of the Strip from our private balcony, each meal here is to be savored. Via Il Mulino Las Vegas

  1. Sushi Roku Las Vegas

Sushi Roku is known for its romantic feel and of course the food is great, especially if you and your partner like Sushi. Via Las Vegas Restaurant

  1. Joe’s Stone Crab at the Forum Shops

Private dining menus feature fresh seafood and prime steaks with our signature sides and freshly baked pies. Via Joes

  1. Delmonico’s at Venetian

Owned and operated by renowned Chef Emeril Lagasse, Delmonico Steakhouse delivers soul stirring New Orleans-style cuisine with the signature bold flavors. Via Venetian

  1. Capital Grille by the Wynn

In a town known for stimulating the senses, The Capital Grille fits in quite nicely. With the menu that makes your mouth water, your date will be thanking your for years. Via The Capital Grille

  1. Top of The World Las Vegas

It is beautiful, it is classy and it is affordable for a perfect date on the Valentine’s Day. Via Top Of The World LV

  1. Acabar Los Angeles

One can enjoy the luxurious lounge or spacious bar (perhaps at a tabletop fire pit strewn with rose petals beneath the open-air dome). Via Acabar LA

  1. Bouley New York

It is Contemporary French cuisine from David Bouley at his namesake TriBeCa establishment. Via David Bouley

  1. Aureole Las Vegas

The talk of the town, Aureole’s tower has raised the bar in Las Vegas for wine aficionados. Via Charlie Palmer

  1. Carbone New York

Chefs Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi serve up familiar Italian fare at this Greenwich Village hot-spot. Via Carbone New York

  1. Buddy V’s Ristorante

The first restaurant from baker Buddy “Cake Boss” Valastro is a partnership with veteran restaurateurs Elizabeth Blau and Chef Kim Canteenwalla. Via Buddy V Las Vegas

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