- Megan Ziots, PaperCity Magazine

Valentine’s Day is your opportunity to show your S.O., parents, siblings, and friends how much you care – and what better way than to do it with food? Plus, you’ll also get to show the love for some favorite local Dallas restaurants.

This V-Day, make a reservation to dine at your favorite spot, or even order a special menu to-go to celebrate this day of love.

Uchi Dallas

On February 11, 12 and 14, celebrate Valentine’s Day at Uchi or Uchiba. Both spots will be offering special omakase menus for two. Reserve your spot at Uchi for $250 and receive a 10-course meal with duck, madai, A5, kanpachi, bluefin tuna, and caviar. Or book at Uchiba for $150 and enjoy an eight-course meal with lobster, ora king salmon, wagyu short rib, and caviar.

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille

Head to Perry’s Steakhouse this Valentine’s Day for a special three-course prix fixe menu. Prices vary by time of reservation, but the Valentine Candlelight Dinner for Two is $175 per couple. This special dinner includes two salads, a filet mignon roast, lobster tails, sides, and chocolate-dipped strawberry kisses.

Truluck’s

This Valentine’s Day, dine in at a favorite Dallas seafood spot for a special menu of Maine Lobster Ravioli (only offered from February 11 through 14) for $89. Pair the indulgent dish with a bottle of white wine for $56 and end your meal with a strawberry chocolate cake for $14 (also only offered in February). Reserve your table here.

Hotel Crescent Court

The elegant Uptown hotel will also be offering a special Valentine’s Day menu at the 17th floor Crescent Club. A three-course menu ($135 per person) includes bites like lobster dumpling consume, scallops, grilled lamb, and a complimentary glass of champagne.

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse

This Valentine’s Day, impress your loved one with a dinner for two at the popular steakhouse. On February 13 or 14, you can indulge in steak tartare, shrimp cocktail, ribeye with two lobster tails, and a Godiva chocolate cheesecake.