The Most Romantic Las Vegas Restaurants to Dine at on Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is approaching quickly, and if you are going to be in Las Vegas on this day of love, then you’ve already done your planning correctly. Now the question is, where do you take your significant other so they know that you truly care? Let Tahiti Village be your guide for the perfect Valentine’s Day. Get your creative juices flowing for the special holiday, and learn more about some of the most romantic restaurants in Las Vegas.
17° South Booze & Bites at Tahiti Village Resort
To start off our list of romantic venues in this city, we will begin with 17° South Booze & Bites located inside our very own Tahiti Village Resort. This Valentine’s Day, embrace the tropical side of Las Vegas and indulge with island style drinks, a vast menu, and an ambience like no other. Tahiti Village creates the perfect atmosphere, away from the hustle and bustle of the Strip, for the ultimate date with that special someone. After enjoying your romantic meal, head out to the patio to enjoy views of the pool as you enjoy each other’s company.
*Valentine’s Day Callout: Book a Suite at Tahiti Village for the ultimate stay in Las Vegas. Enjoy an amazing meal with your significant other, and then relax in your island-style Suite, perfect for the two of you.
VooDoo Steakhouse at Rio Hotel & Casino
If you’re looking to impress your Valentine this year, then you can’t go wrong with VooDoo Steakhouse at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Located just off the Strip and on the 50th floor of the Rio, VooDoo offers incredible views of the city. Your date is sure to gush over the views just as much as they’ll gush over the food. Enjoy one of the best, upscale steakhouses in the city and a menu that features some of the best food that will hit your lips in Las Vegas. While dining with your significant other, try the lobster bisque, pan-roasted sea scallops, Wagyu beef, or one of the other amazing steakhouse dishes VooDoo has to offer.
After dinner, keep the evening going by heading up to the 51st floor to experience the VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub & Lounge. Here, you will be greeted by striking design, specialty cocktails, a nightly DJ, and of course – the dance floor! Your loved one will never forget Valentine’s Day 2018 when it’s filled with amazing food, breathtaking views, and dancing into the night.
*Valentine’s Day Callout: Boniato-Wrapped Prawns and Grilled Romaine Lettuce Hearts served with a Prime Dry-Aged 40 oz Porterhouse and a Valentine Chocolate Display. Price: $190/couple.
Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas
If you couldn’t make it to the City of Love this year for Valentine’s Day, don’t worry because Las Vegas has you covered. At Paris Las Vegas you can treat your loved one to one of the most romantic cities without even leaving the country. Plan ahead and make reservations at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant for one of the most memorable Valentine’s Days to date. With floor-to-ceiling windows surrounding the restaurant, you and your date will enjoy views of the Strip, as well as a front row seat to the fountain show at the Bellagio. Not only will your eyes be filled with joy, but your stomachs will be happy, too! If French cuisine is what you’re looking for on this day of love, then you’ve come to the right place. Browse the menu, order some champagne, and enjoy the company of your significant other.
*Valentine’s Day Callout: Sunset Seating – 4 to 4:45pm @ $125/person, Gala Dinner – 5 to 10:45pm @ $195/person, and Late Seating – 10 to 11:00pm @ $125/person.
Brio Tuscan Grille at Town Square
Just down the road from your suite at Tahiti Village is Town Square, filled with some amazing restaurants to get your taste buds watering. But, one of the best dining options available in the area for Valentine’s Day is Brio Tuscan Grille. At Brio, you and your date will have a wide variety of food and drinks to choose from in this laid back environment. Whether you’re craving pasta, seafood, grilled entrees, or just some delicious appetizers, you’ve come to the right place. Choose to sit out in the patio, bar area, or dining room, depending on the mood of the evening. After enjoying a romantic evening together, stroll through Town Square and do some exploring together without the busy atmosphere of the Strip. Make this Valentine’s Day in Las Vegas just about the two of you by crafting an evening that neither of you will ever forget.
*Valentine’s Day Callout: February 9-18, during lunch and dinner. Although there are a variety of Valentine’s Day specials to choose from, we recommend getting the Lobster & Shrimp Scampi with Asparagus and Angel Hair Pasta ($24.95) accompanied by the Sweetheart Martini ($8).
SUGARCANE Raw Bar Grill at The Venetian Las Vegas
Another hotel that’s focused on the romantic side of Las Vegas is The Venetian, filled with amazing decor and even better food. This Valentine’s Day, take your loved one to SUGARCANE Raw Bar Grill, for a more laid back vibe with very intimate feels. Enjoy one of the newest hot spots in the city and focus on the simple pleasures in life. At SUGARCANE, the executive Chef and his partner Timon Balloo have created a menu consisting of small plates from the open fire grill, the raw bar, and the traditional kitchen. Your significant other will love the variety of food that will fill your table, and will love you even more for suggesting this one-of-a-kind dining experience on Valentine’s Day. After you’ve filled up on some amazing food, take your loved one on a gondola ride down the Grand Canal. No Valentine’s Day in Venice – or at The Venetian – is complete without a floating ride down the canal as your guide sings romantic notes, to end the perfect night.
*Valentine’s Day Callout: Truffle Ricotta Gnudi with Black Trumpet Mushrooms ($26) or Petite Filet and King Crab Oyster with Sturgeon Caviar ($45), along with Spice of Love (Grey Goose vodka with passion fruit & mango puree and fresh jalapeno) ($14).
Between the lights, the glamour, and the luxurious accomodations, Las Vegas is the perfect place to celebrate Valentine’s Day.