Top Fort Worth restaurants for Valentine’s Day 2021 dining-in or to-go
Valentine’s Day is a day that celebrates romance and offers restaurants the opportunity to present fancy meals for two. And this year, with the pandemic still going on, most are offering these specials to take away too. (They even come packed with rose petals and a candle.)
Here you can toast with your loved one on Valentine’s Day in Fort Worth. The list will continue to be updated as more restaurants announce plans. (All specials are available on Sunday February 14th unless otherwise noted.)
Bacchus in the Hotel Vin
The lively new Bacchus Kitchen + Bar in the new Hotel Vin by Grapevine offers a three-course Valentine’s Day dinner. Start with a choice of oysters or fried tuna, a choice of lobster mac and cheese, 8-ounce prime fillet, ravioli or airline fried chicken, and enjoy rhubarb meringue for dessert. Dinner is $ 85 per person. Wine pairings start at $ 45. Or gather your girlfriends and celebrate Galentine Day on February 13 with a short break package for girlfriends. Includes a $ 100 credit at Bacchus, a bottle of GH Mumm champagne, free valet parking, early check-in and late check-out, and a rejection service. All overnight packages for Valentine’s Day can be found here.
Blue Mesa Grill
Valentine’s Day brunch includes tacos, enchiladas, adobe pie, omelets, migas, huevos rancheros, chicken and waffles, fruit, desserts, OJ, and coffee. It is served 10 am-3pm, $ 24 per person. A package for two also includes BBQ pork and pickled onion corn fritters, Southwest Caesar salad, beef tenderloin with red chili, enchiladas with shrimp and crab, laden mashed potatoes, grilled vegetables, and chocolate-iced strawberries. $ 100, available February 12-14. Order at bluemesagrill.com/blue-mesa-to-go/ for pickup or delivery for $ 7.
Bonnell’s fine Texan cuisine
In Jon Bonnell’s restaurant of the same name, there are two menus to choose from: one to eat and one to take away. The highlights of the 4-course menu with a fixed price-performance ratio include elk tacos, smoked lobster bisque cream and grilled fillet of beef. A dessert sampler is included in the price of $ 90 per person. Or, grab a contactless, fully cooked, cold-packaged dinner for two with warm-up instructions by the roadside. The menu ($ 135 for two) includes peppercorn Caesar salad, lobster tails, and beef tenderloin with black truffle mashed potatoes and grilled asparagus, and a chocolate ganache cake with jubilee ice cream made from melting cherries. Both menus are only available on February 14th, and take-away orders for Valentine’s Day must be placed by February 5th.
Craft & Vine
Downtown Roanoke’s wine and eatery offers a 4-course Valentine’s Day meal with a glass of sparkling wine. Start with devil crab, a persimmon and pomegranate salad, then choose from grilled fillet with scallops or buttermilk-fried Texas Quail over homestead grains. Save space for a hearty chocolate cake with chocolate mousse and raspberry coulis. The menu costs $ 140 per couple.
The shops in the Clearfork wine bistro offer a four-course meal, which will be available to eat or take away from February 13-14. The package for two includes asparagus burrata salad, chateaubriand, baked potatoes, broccolini and tiramisu for $ 110. The Sweatheart Sunday Brunch offers three courses for USD 30 and USD 2 mimosas and bellinis.
Chef Juan Rodriguez’s kitchen offers a five-course Valentine’s Day kit for two that sells for just $ 110 take away. Courses include: crispy onion and mixed green salad with candied bacon and a blueberry jalapeño vinaigrette; Maryland Crab Cake with Meyer Lemon Tartar Sauce; Braised ribs with red wine, parmesan grains and Brussels sprouts; Breadcrumbs salmon with lemon, garlic, butter and angel hair noodles; and White Chocolate Pot de Crème with pistachios and candied citrus peel. Order by email at [email protected] by 5:00 p.m. on February 8th and pick them up between February 13th and February 14th.
Mi Dia from scratch
Chef Gabriel DeLeon will introduce a new dish on Valentine’s Day, available to eat or take away. La Parilla offers grilled duck lollipops, combined fajitas, shrimp brochure, and chorizo and queso frescoes, all served with homemade flour tortillas, charred salsa, guajillo rice, and charra beans for $ 38. Try Mi Dia’s pomegranate margarita of the month called Por Siempre, which translates as “forever”.
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grill
There are many options at the Grapevine Steakhouse that vary depending on what time you eat. Dine at 5:30 PM or earlier and enjoy a three-course, fixed-price menu of $ 60 per person – at 5:45 PM the price rises to $ 75. Menu highlights include turtle gumbo, bacon-wrapped fillet with jumbo crab meat, and white chocolate cheesecake. Or, Thursday through Sunday, order Dinner for Dinner from Perry for two ($ 99 per couple). This menu includes a fillet roast for two served with lobster tails and lobster fondue butter, salad, side dishes, strawberries with chocolate icing and even rose petals, and a votive candle for a candlelit dinner at home.
The three-course meal at the Grapevine Restaurant includes corn soup, Paradise House salad, pastalaya, aloha salmon and shrimp, key lime pie and cheesecake. It’s $ 65 for two, served February 12-14.
The long-standing restaurant Sundance Square offers a special Valentine’s Day menu with smoked fillet, boiled rib eye, fried halibut or chicken with a citrus crust – with everything that goes with it. A special take-away dinner for two includes a choice of 8-ounce grilled fillets with grilled shrimp or sundried tomato and chicken roulade. Both are served with mashed potatoes and broccolini. For dessert, chocolate bread pudding tamale with bourbon glaze and vanilla cream as well as strawberries with chocolate coating. A bottle of Domaine Michel Briday is also included. The package is $ 125 and an optional flower arrangement is $ 35. Call 817-502-8851 to order. Pickup is from the Fort Worth Public Library, 4001 Library Lane, between 5:00 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. on February 14th.
The 100-year-old Stockyards Steakhouse offers a Texas Twosome Valentine’s Special, which is available to eat or to take away. Includes veal fries with homemade sauce (Riscky’s is believed to be the first restaurant in history to sell the menu item), choice of salad or soup, choice of 6-ounce fillet or 18-ounce ribeye on the bone, choice of side dishes (The List is long) and two glasses of wine per person for $ 69.95. Wine is not included in the to-go option.
The three-course meal at the Fort Worth Steakhouse includes III Forks salad or French onion soup, filet mignon and lobster tail with potatoes, snow peas, tomatoes and spring onions, and chocolate ganache cake with strawberries with a chocolate coating. $ 180 for two for dinner, $ 170 for roadside pickup, available February 5–14.
The Worthington Renaissance Hotel’s eye-catching Latin American restaurant offers a special three-course dinner or take away. Start with a choice of starters, chicken empanadas or tuna and watermelon ceviche, halibut or ribeye as an appetizer, and chocolate cake for two with raspberry sorbet. The menu is $ 75 per person and includes a champagne toast. Make it a Valentine’s Day weekend getaway with overnight accommodations: The Romance Starts Here package includes a bottle of sparkling wine and chocolates on arrival, $ 40 daily credit for food and drinks, and self-parking.
The Grapevine Steakhouse offers a special dinner for two from Friday to Sunday on Valentine’s Day. The menu features a variety of salads, a 22-ounce ribeye with bone and lobster tail, mashed potatoes with truffles, and vegetables wrapped in bacon. The menu is only available for dinner and is $ 180 for two.