Valentine’s Day Dining on the Las Vegas Strip

All you need is love – and reservations – on the Las Vegas Strip for Valentine’s Day, because the holiday is one of the busiest restaurant days of the year. Here are the most romantic Strip restaurants offering prix-fixe menus on Feb. 14. Good luck!

Eiffel Tower
Eiffel Tower
Valentine’s Day dining is one of the things Las Vegas is renown for. Here’s a romantic view from the Eiffel Tower. (Facebook.)

$145 per person

The three-course Valentine’s Day menu at this frankly named Italian restaurant includes your choice of Mediterranean octopus, branzino, or beef tenderloin, from 5:30-10 p.m.  Sit inside or dine under the stars by cozy fireplaces.

Caviar Bar
Resorts World Las Vegas
$150 per person

Featuring Michelin-starred restaurateur Shaun Hergatt’s world-class spin on seafood and new American cuisine, the elegantly appointed Caviar Bar offers a four-course Valentine’s Day menu, from 5:30-9 p.m. The main course is lobster pomodoro, halibut, or Australian wagyu beef.

My, my, my, Delilah. (Image:


Wynn Las Vegas
$195 per person

Setting the table and mood for romance is a four-course prix fixe menu, including Dover “fish and chips” and white truffle bucatini carbonara, from 5:30 p.m. The interior design, by Todd-Avery Lehahan, is time machine back to the first-class section on Titanic.


Four Seasons
$210 per couple
A five-course V-Day menu includes roasted snapper with harissa and grilled tenderloin with truffle, from 5-10 p.m.

Eiffel Tower
Eiffel Tower
Table 56 offers a towering eyeful at the Eiffel Tower at Table 56. (Image: Facebook)

Eiffel Tower Restaurant
Paris Las Vegas

$175 per person

The French have a monopoly on love for a reason. Find out why at one of the most romantic dining experiences on the Strip. A four-course Valentine’s Day prix fixe menu, curated by proprietor chef Jean Joho, includes butter-poached scallops, warm foie gras with braised fennel, and prime filet mignon with bone marrow bread pudding. And the view cannot be bested – even if you cannot snag the iconic Table 56.


Restaurant Guy Savoy
Caesars Place
$360 per person

A seven-course tasting menu includes A5 wagyu with lobster, for $360 from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Giada at The Cromwell. (Image:


The Cromwell
$144.99 per person

Celebrity chef Giada Laurentiis is offering a three-course Italian-inspired Valentine’s Day menu with a main course of ricotta-stuffed tortellini with a Barolo braised short rib and candied beets, from 5-9:45 p.m.

Phil’s Steak House
Treasure Island
$155 per person

Phil’s – named after owner Phil Ruffin – offers a four-course menu for two from 5-10 p.m. It includes tenderloin with langoustine tail and bay scallops.

Wakuda at the Venetian. (Image: Wakuda)

The Venetian
$300 per person

This five-star Japanese restaurant – helmed by two-Michelin-starred chef Tetsuya Wakuda – offers a nine-course tasting menu that includes live scallop crudo and Omi wagyu skewer, from 5 p.m.



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