Baltimore's Ultimate Guide to Valentine's Day Dining Delights

Baltimore's Ultimate Guide to Valentine's Day Dining Delights

As the season of love unfolds, local restaurants are embracing the romantic atmosphere with special offerings that are sure to captivate the hearts of diners. Whether you're planning a sophisticated dinner date or seeking unique dessert options for February 14th, the culinary scene is buzzing with enticing Valentine's Day specials.

Exquisite Set Menu Experiences

  • Bondhouse: Fells Point's culinary gem offers a memorable dinner for two, featuring an appetizer, two salads or soups, two main courses, and a bottle of wine or Champagne for $95. It's an ideal choice for couples or friends looking to celebrate love.

  • Charleston: Indulge in a lavish four-course meal crafted by chef Cindy Wolf, complemented by a dessert on the house. Highlights include lobster soup, crispy shrimp, and grilled beef tenderloin, among others, at $189 per person.

  • Cosima: Dive into Sicilian flavors with a prix-fixe menu that includes roasted mushroom crostini and brown butter scallops. Finish with a selection of divine desserts. Wine pairings are optional, priced at $125 per person.

  • Steelefish Grille: Located in Bel Air, Steelfish Grille is offering an amazing list of fresh seafood creations, paired with excellent wine choices and a warm, romantic atmosphere.  This restaurant is sure to impress your date!

  • Libertores: Celebrate Valentine's Day at Liberatore's, with locations in Perry Hall, Bel Air, Timonium, and beyond. They are welcoming every lady with flowers and serving a menu filled with sweets and a special dinner selection to impress. Experience an unforgettable evening of Italian elegance and culinary delight at Liberatore's.

  • Gunther & Co.: Experience a global culinary journey with a four-course meal, including pork belly al pastor and butter-poached lobster, at $150 per person, with optional add-ons.

  • Barrett's on the Pike: For a romantic evening, Barrett's on the pike is offering a special Valentines Day prixe-fixe 3 course menu for only $55 and it features my personal favorite dish at the restuarant: Scallops Rissotto! Don't miss out on this great deal!

  • La Cuchara: Explore Basque flavors with a four-course menu featuring lobster croquettes and chestnut-filled pasta, for $129 per person.

À La Carte Delights and Unique Experiences

  • Miss Shirley’s: Treat yourself to a luxurious brunch with raspberry white chocolate cheesecake-stuffed French toast and red velvet pancakes.

  • Papi’s Tacos: Try new specials like fried corn crab nachos and Buffalo cauliflower tacos.

  • Rusty Scupper: Savor seafood classics and select from a variety of main courses.

  • Sammy’s Trattoria: Enjoy Italian dishes with festive cocktails for a cozy dinner.

  • Tiny Brick Oven Pizza: Participate in a "Pizza Making Class for Lovers" for a fun and interactive Valentine’s Day activity.

Decadent Dessert Options

  • Cake by Jason: Discover an array of sweets including macaron six-packs and teddy bear-topped cakes.

  • Charm City Cakes: Choose from love bug cupcakes, Blondies, and heart-shaped cakes for a sweet celebration.

  • Flavor Cupcakery: Select from Valentine’s Day-themed cupcakes like Chocolate-Dipped Strawberry and Raspberry Amaretto.

  • Patisserie Poupon: Surprise your loved one with exquisite tarts in flavors like raspberry, chocolate, and pistachio.

  • Pitango: Join the cookie-decorating event for a creative and delicious experience.

As the evening draws to a close and the last of the Valentine's Day delights are savored, remember that the true essence of this day lies in the connections we cherish and the memories we create together. Whether it's through a shared meal at a favorite Baltimore spot or a simple gesture of love, it's these moments that weave the fabric of our relationships. Let this Valentine's Day be a reminder of the joy that comes from celebrating those we hold dear, in the city we love. Here's to creating more moments of togetherness, laughter, and love, not just today, but throughout the year.



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