If you’re still looking to treat that special someone to a meal they won’t forget this Valentine’s Day, time is still on your side. Now is the perfect time to grab a reservation at Salt Lake's restaurants for a spectacular meal.
At the time of writing, the following are some of the better looking options that have come across my desk. In every case reservations are always recommended, if you don’t want to miss out:
Faustina: Faustina’s executive chef, Billy Sotelo has been busy in the kitchen with love on his mind! Faustina will offer a special five-course menu to coax the shyest of diners into a romantic reverie. Chef Billy Sotelo will offer ONLY his five-course $50 menu on Valentine’s Day. Suggested wine pairings in 2 oz. flights are available for an additional cost of $20. Reservations are highly suggested and can be made by calling (801) 746-4441. Highlights from the menu include Kumamoto Oysters with Seaweed Salad and Sriacha and decadent King Crab stuffed Dover Sole. See our events page here for the full menu.
Frida Bistro: At Frida Bistro the slogan ‘Frida Is For Lovers’ runs all year, but is especially apt on Valentine's. Frida’s chefs will be offering a creative five course meal priced at $50 per person, or $70 with wine pairing. Choose Frida for your night of romance and you can sample plates such as Halibut a la Verzcruzana – Pacific Halibut with Olives, Crispy Capers, Forbidden Rice, Sundried Tomatoes, Red Onion, White Wine Sauce and Red Cabbage. A full menu listing is here on our events page.
Caffe Niche: Caffe Niche on 300 South is offering a special four-course Valentine’s dinner filled with local meats, seasonal produce and fresh seafood. The cost is $50 per person. Chef / owner Ethan Lappé has created a special menu for lovers such as 10-day cured Duck Confit and braised Morgan Valley Lamb Shank. View the full menu of delicious options here. Reservations are required and can be made by calling (801) 433-3380