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Celebrate Valentine’s Day At These Romantic Las Vegas Restaurants

Last updated: February 1, 2018 at 9:20 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants. No Comments on Celebrate Valentine’s Day At These Romantic Las Vegas Restaurants.

It’s that time of year. Candy hearts are in the grocery store, red roses are filling up the flower shops and Valentine’s Day is around the corner.

Looking to impress your significant other? You can’t go wrong with a romantic dinner in Las Vegas. Just be sure to pick the perfect restaurant. You’ll want someplace with atmosphere, impeccable service, a beautiful view and of course, delicious food.

Pull up a table for two at these romantic Las Vegas restaurants and you’ll be sure to impress.

Valentine’s Day Guide- Romantic Restaurants in Las Vegas

Enjoy a romantic dinner in Las Vegas at Eiffel Tower Restaurant at the Paris Las Vegas

For a stunning view, check out the Eiffel Tower Restaurant. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas

What could be more romantic than the Eiffel Tower? Make a reservation well in advance because this restaurant is a coveted spot to bring your date on Valentine’s Day. The restaurant is located 100 feet above the Strip and offers stunning views of the fountain show across the street through its floor-to-ceiling windows. Tip: If you really want a table by the window, make an early reservation for 4:30 p.m.

You’ll dine on Chef J. Joho’s classic French cuisine and favorites like Dover sole, roasted rack of lamb and beef Wellington. Be sure to include dessert – they’re famous for their soufflés, which come in flavors like chocolate, Grand Marnier, Nutella, apple crumble and more.

Want to pop the question on Valentine’s Day? Eiffel Tower Restaurant offers engagement packages that include things like a premiere table, delivery of the ring in a handmade ring box or a “will you marry me?” plate.

For a romantic view of the Las Vegas Strip, request a table by the window at GIADA in The Cromwell

GIADA at The Cromwell offers amazing Strip views. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

GIADA at The Cromwell

GIADA, from celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis, is located on the second floor of The Cromwell. It faces the busy intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road, which means it offers some pretty spectacular views of the Strip from its floor-to-ceiling retractable windows. Be sure to ask for a table near one of the windows for maximum romantic effect.

GIADA serves Italian favorites with a lighter California twist. Try the spaghetti with shrimp, lemon and basil or the rigatoni with vegetable Bolognese. If you’re in the mood to share with your sweetie, you can get a whole roasted chicken for two, cacciatore style or a 28-ounce Tuscan ribeye.

Save room for tiramisu cheesecake, gelati, zeppola and more for dessert.

Impress your significant other and wine and dine at the VooDoo Steakhouse at the top for the Rio Las Vegas

VooDoo Steakhouse at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

VooDoo Steakhouse at Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

If it’s a view you’re looking for to impress your date, you can’t go wrong here. VooDoo Steakhouse is located on the 50th floor of the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino. Since the resort is located just off the Strip, it offers amazing views of the entire Strip as well as the rest of the city.

Dine on a variety of steaks, which can be topped with things like foie gras, marrow butter, blue cheese and more. There’s also surf & turf, lamb chops, chicken and salmon.

Bonus: You can keep your date going after dinner by heading up to the next floor to the VooDoo Rooftop Nightclub for dancing.

We recommend for an ideal romantic dinner on the Las Vegas Strip- Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace

Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace

Restaurant Guy Savoy is an ideal date-night restaurant with its impeccable service and quiet, intimate atmosphere. But what will really wow your date is the food. Guy Savoy is a Michelin-starred chef and the menu here emulates the menu of his Paris restaurant, which has been named “Best Restaurant in the World” by La Liste.

The menu offers things like artichoke and black truffle soup, oysters, octopus, seared foie gras, sea bass and more. Try to score a table on the terrace or along the windows so you can gaze out at the Eiffel Tower across the street at Paris Las Vegas.

For a romantic and sexy meal for this Valentine's Day head over to the Strip House at Planet Hollywood

Strip House at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Strip House at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

The all-red décor, dim lighting and vintage black and white photos make Strip House a sexy spot to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

This steakhouse offers a variety of cuts of meat including a couple for couples. Try the porterhouse for two or the 24-ounce center cut chateaubriand for two. Pair it with sides like goose fat potatoes, black truffle creamed spinach and beer-braised cipollini onions. Strip House has a great wine selection as well.

Valentine’s Day is about chocolate and you can’t get any more chocolatey than Strip House’s famous 24-layer chocolate cake.

For an elegant and modern romantic vibe, the patio at MR CHOW is the perfect place for Valentine's Day dinner

The patio at MR CHOW. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

MR CHOW at Caesars Palace

For a romantic restaurant with modern flair, try MR CHOW at Caesars Palace. The elegant restaurant features moody lighting in shades of blue and purple and cool décor like the centerpiece kinetic sculpture.

A giant 3,800-pound sculpture named The Moon dangles from the ceiling and becomes a show as it comes to life and moves and shifts.

You and your date can toast to love when the restaurant’s famous Champagne cart comes to your table. Dishes are made to share. Dig in to hand-pulled noodles, green prawns, fiery beef or Beijing duck.

Pro tip: Get a table on the patio, which overlooks the gorgeous Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis.

Enjoy a romantic Parisian restaurant, Mon Ami Gabi Paris Las Vegas

Dine under the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas’ French restaurant Mon Ami Gabi. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas

Paris is known as the City of Love and you’ll feel like you’re in a sidewalk cafe in Paris if you go to Mon Ami Gabi. The dining room is dark and elegant but for maximum ambiance, head out to the patio for views of the Eiffel Tower, the Strip and the fountain show across the street.

There’s a great wine list with 80 boutique French wines by the bottle or glass. Pair your vino with French favorites like steak frites, seafood, lamb, chicken or beef Bourguignon.

Valentine’s Day Special Dinners

Many other Las Vegas restaurants are preparing for special Valentine’s Day dinners. Here’s where you can find holiday menus:

Bally’s Las Vegas

Las Vegas Dining Guide - Where to eat during the holiday? BLT Steak at Bally Las Vegas
Upscale

BLT Steak

BLT Steak is an interpretation of an American steakhouse with traditional fare and a bistro ambiance. The prix-fixe Valentine’s Day menu includes tuna tartare, a choice of entrees including salmon, a filet or airline chicken and a dessert of choice.

Caesars Palace


Valentine's Day Las Vegas dinner reservations at Restaurant Guy Savoy
Upscale

Restaurant Guy Savoy

Fine dining reaches its peak at Restaurant Guy Savoy, featuring delicate, acclaimed French masterpieces created by the famed Michelin-star chef. The restaurant will offer a special multi-course Valentine’s Day menu.


MR CHOW
Upscale

MR CHOW

MR CHOW at Caesars Palace features modern and classic décor highlighted with high-end touches and one-of-a-kind elements. The Valentine’s Day menu is three courses and includes glazed prawns with walnuts, MR CHOW noodles, duck mignon and more.

Flamingo Las Vegas

Upscale

Center Cut

Center Cut features an old Vegas fine dining ambiance intertwined with a traditional steakhouse menu. There will be a three-course prix-fixe menu for Valentine’s Day featuring and appetizer, entree and dessert for $60 per person.

Harrah’s Las Vegas

Upscale

Ruth’s Chris

Ruth’s Chris Las Vegas restaurant embodies the spirit of New Orleans in an elegant, airy atmosphere. Menu items include USDA Prime steaks, appetizers and delectable desserts. The Valentine’s Day menu is $170 per couple and includes a soup or salad, choice of entree, a side dish and dessert. It also includes a glass of house select wine.

The LINQ

Valentine's Day Las Vegas dinner reservations at Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen & Bar
Casual

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar

Guy Fieri will be offering an Anti-Valentine’s Day menu including a Dragon’s Breath Chili Burger with onions, Sriracha Donkey Sauce and jalapeno dusted onion rings for $21.50 and $7 frozen shot specials in assorted flavors.


Hash House A Go Go Red Velvet Pancake
Casual

Hash House A Go Go

On Valentine’s Day, Hash House A Go Go will feature specials including a red velvet chocolate chip pancake ($9.99); HH Wedge Salad with homemade blue cheese dressing ($7.99); grilled swordfish with a white wine beurre blanc served with garlic mash ($24.99); NY strip steak and grilled shrimp skewer served with bacon cheddar mash ($34.99); and salted caramel cheesecake served with caramel sauce and fresh whipped cream ($9.99). Diners receive a complimentary glass of champagne with the purchase of a dinner entree special.


Valentine's Day Las Vegas dinner reservations at Chayo
Casual

Chayo

Chayo is offering a three-course Valentine’s Day dinner menu for $75 per couple. The menu includes a trio of dips, surf and turf tacos and warm churros and Mexican spiced chocolate fondue.

Paris Las Vegas

Valentine's Day Las Vegas dinner reservations at Gordon Ramsay Steak
Upscale

Gordon Ramsay Steak

Gordon Ramsay showcases his famous hit dishes in an exceptional fine dining atmosphere. There will be a four-course Valentine’s Day menu available including baby beet salad, King Crab risotto, beef Wellington and more.


Casual

BEER Park

BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas invites couples to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a “Picnic in the Park” at 6 p.m. on Feb. 14. Enjoy a picnic-style meal and romantic movie. A picnic basket will contain a half bottle of sparkling wine; roasted tomato bisque with crusty bread; a roasted Anjou pear salad; and vanilla bean cheesecake topped with strawberries dipped in chocolate. The picnic will also include a beechwood BBQ platter featuring St. Louis ribs, chicken, and pulled pork, served with a side of potato salad, coleslaw, corn bread and pickles. The meal is priced at $100 per couple, plus taxes and gratuity. Packages must be pre-ordered and may be purchased at http://beerpark.com/

Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino

Valentine's Day Las Vegas dinner reservations at El Burro Borracho
Casual

El Burro Borracho

Guy Fieri serves authentically-prepared Mexican dishes with upscale touches. Enjoy a three-course dinner for Valentine’s Day with chips and dip, margaritas, a choice of entrees and dessert.


Valentine's Day Las Vegas dinner reservations at Hash House A Go Go
Casual

Hash House A Go Go

Hash House A Go Go keeps food fun with farm fresh ingredients and a delicious twist on traditional recipes. Enjoy several specials for Valentine’s Day including surf and turf and red velvet cream cheese pancakes.


Valentine's Day Las Vegas dinner reservations at All-American Bar and Grille
Casual

All-American Bar and Grille

If you’re looking for all-American cuisine, this Las Vegas restaurant’s name speaks for itself. The restaurant will offer specials for Valentine’s Day including surf and turf and shrimp scampi.


Valentine's Day Las Vegas dinner reservations at Voodoo Steak
Upscale

VooDoo Steak

Set on the 50th floor of the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, VooDoo Steak offers a different approach to your average steakhouse.The restaurant will offer a special menu for Valentine’s Day for $190 per couple. The menu offers a starter, salad, entree, sides and dessert.

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Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Vegas.com. When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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