Romantic restaurants in Detroit are offering Valentine’s Day specials. If you haven’t already made dining reservations for your favorite spot in town, it’ll be challenging to find openings. It’s no surprise that Valentine’s Day restaurant reservations add frustration to a holiday that should just be about spreading love.
Who said you have to go right on Valentine’s Day? The week could be filled with celebration and fun Valentine’s Day events in and around the city. Where to dine on Valentine’s Day in Detroit? Detroitsit rounded up the best romantic restaurants in Detroit, several of which are still offering Valentine’s Day specials through tomorrow.
San Morello is one of four F&B concepts at Shinola Hotel from Andrew Carmellini’s NoHo Hospitality. This Valentine’s Day in Detroit is to the next level with an upscale Italian restaurant located adjacent to the hotel. For Valentine’s Day, the restaurant will be open from 5 pm-10 pm and offer festive specials to celebrate the romantic holiday. Make a reservation and be prepared for all the fancy flavors or at least mark your reminders to check back. Click HERE to view their site. Located at 1400 Woodward Ave, Detroit MI 48226.
San Morello à la carte menu with festive holiday specialties:
- Crab Crostini, fennel, meyer lemon, Calabrian chili
- Lobster Ravioli, sambuca, soffritto bianco
- Grilled Veal Chop, escarole, crispy truffle potato
NoHo Hospitality has all the romantic, fancy, and frozen treats for you this Valentine’s Day. Mister Dips is an ice cream and burger shop that has its origins in New York and they recently opened a location in Detroit in Parker’s Alley. They will be serving their special cone of the month called Love Dove, which comes with red velvet oreo ice cream, choco-cherry dip, and hearts of gold. Is it really romantic if it’s not red velvet? Click HERE to view their site. Located at 19 East Grand River, Detroit, Michigan 48226.
OAK AND REAL
From Feb. 11-14, the Milwaukee Junction restaurant is offering both an à la carte menu and a five-course tasting menu for Valentine’s Day. À la carte options include agnolotti with veal breast, sweetbreads, and wood-fire grilled turbot. Not sure what you two want? Explore your options with “chef creations” on the tasting menu ($100/person). Click HERE to visit their site Oak & Reel, 2921 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit.
Andiamo has been known as one of the most romantic restaurants in Detroit. Enjoy dinner and a show at Andiamo’s Phantom of the Opera Valentine’s experience. If you’re really looking for something different, head out from Feb. 11-19! Andiamo locations across metro Detroit will be holding the event ($90 per person), which includes a live performance, cocktail reception, a three-course dinner, and a choice of red or white wine. Detroit restaurants celebrating Valentine’s Day are extending the love, so you don’t miss out. Click HERE for show locations. Located at 400 Renaissance Ctr, Ste a-403, Detroit, MI 48243.
West Village restaurant Marrow is offering two dining options this Valentine’s Day. From Feb. 10-14 at the restaurant, diners can enjoy a Valentine’s Day menu for $100 per person that includes hors d’oeuvres like oysters Rockefeller, a tuna melt, ham salad, spinach-artichoke dip, meatloaf, a Coney dog with crab legs, banana cream pie, and a milkshake. Click HERE to visit their site. Located at 8044 Kercheval, Suite 1B, Detroit.
A list of romantic restaurants celebrating Valentine’s Day wouldn’t be complete without this local top contender. The Whitney is offering a four-course Valentine’s Day dinner menu through the 14th on Valentine’s Day. For $99 each, guests will truly be served well from a passionate violinist to a divine menu like lobster bisque, a choice of beef wellington, seafood sauté, filet mignon, and other main dishes, and seasonal appetizers. Each couple will also receive a souvenir red rose. Click HERE to view their site. 4421 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-832-5700.
As always, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter for regular updates on all things Detroit and more.