Is your calendar for February 14th still filled with ominous white space? We’ve got some fun options if you want to truly revel in last-minute plans. (Besides, it’s not nearly too late to pull a Romeo and Juliet and fall immediately and deeply in love. Just maybe make sure nobody you know is involved in any sword fighting qualms first.)
So here it is: Six more reasons to make plans on February 14th.
An in-demand dining experience specially catered for the extra romantic of us.
$75 food, $42 wine pairings (optional) + tax & 20% service
878 S. 900 East, SLC
They cite this special dinner as a homage to ancient romans, who considered Valentine’s day to be a feast before anything else–they’re marketing this as an event for any groups of humans wishing to eat food on February 14th, be you a romantic couple or strangely-timed family reunion.
$65 food, $36 wine pairings (optional) + tax & 20% service
327 W. 200 South, SLC
For any couple that would rather stay home, FINCA is offering an innovative dining experience by providing a pre-ordered meal available to pick up, complete with instructions for you to finish and plate the meal. Also includes a list of suggested wine pairings. The ultimate DIY.
$29-34 per person (min 2 people) + tax & service, + $25 refundable paella pan deposit
Pick up: 2pm-5pm, 327 W. 200 South, SLC
TRESTLE TAVERN: 4-Course Dinner Menu, plus optional wine pairings.
Intimate dining setting is willing to hold parties of any size, as long as you have the guts to call ahead.
$40 food, $25 wine pairings (optional) + tax & 20% service
1513 S. 1500 East, SLC
HUB & SPOKE DINER: Appetizer, Dinner and Dessert Specials
Because anyone who says diner food like gravy, boozy shakes and waffles can’t be romantic is a disgusting liar and doesn’t deserve any amount of romantic diner food.
Reservations accepted for parties of any size.
1291 S. 1100 East, SLC
EAST LIBERTY TAP HOUSE: Singles Awareness Day (S.A.D.)
Includes the soothing comfort of cocktails, garlic soup, desserts, and lamb/mushroom sandwiches. Does not include: polite use of napkins, anxiety over garlic breath, having to share your dessert, or glaring bitterly at P.D.A.
850 E. 900 South, SLC