Reservation for Two, Please

Planning for special romantic dinners, such as for Valentine’s Day can be a stressful event. Do you go for the view, the dark candlelit corner, the unique? Here’s a few suggestions to help plan your special date night.

Start with Date Night
    Farmer’s Bottega has earned its respective place as one of San Diego’s dining staples, and by offering a farm-fresh menu packed with culinary zeal to match its charming décor and welcoming feel, this hotspot is the perfect place for couples to enjoy a romantic dinner. Dinner for two is their hump-day specialty, with an offering of their three-course Wednesday Night Date Menu, priced at only $46 per couple. Entrees include Oxtail Ravioli, and Mary Farm Free-Range Chicken, among other options. Couples can end on a sweet note with New York Cheesecake, Crème Brulee or Seasonal Bread Pudding!

Farmer's Bothega

Celebrate with Aloha
    Roy’s Restaurant brings a taste of aloha to your table, with their adventurous Pacific Rim cuisine. For a casual date night, come by during Aloha Hour for special-priced drinks and bites like the Island Time Sangria and the Lobster Potstickers. For Valentine’s Day, they offer a four-course menu with a wide selection of items, including their famous Misoyaki Butterfish – it melts in your mouth like butter!

Roy's Restaurant

Sunsets on the Beach
    The Marine Room’s seaside location has been a favorite for couples for over 75 years. Along with their delicious regional inspired cuisine, dining here has become a traditional visit for many. The restaurant plans many special dining events such as Lobster Nights, Cooking Classes with Dinner, High Tide Breakfasts, and the decadent five-course Valentine’s Day menu for $150 per person. Plan it right for sunsets and those high tides, when the waves pound onto the windows only inches away from your table. Exciting!

Marine Room

Candlelit Corner
Walk down the steps to the subterranean eclectic lounge of Vin De Syrah in the Gaslamp Quarter. Upon entering, you will be enthralled by the botanical chandeliers and plush seating rooms. For Valentine’s Day, they will offer a venue-wide special romantic, three-course candlelit wine dinner, paired with three glasses of wine hosted by Vin de Syrah’s in-house Sommelier Brendan. Afterwards, stay and listen to live music by the lovely Cassie B Band. Get lost in the moment, enjoying each other’s company.

Syrah Wine Parlor

End with Breakfast
    Fig Tree Café’s Pacific Beach location brings garden-style charm to the area’s seaside enclave. Bring on the morning sweets with Fig Tree’s popular Valentine French Toast, stuffed and topped with fresh raspberries, white chocolate and raspberry sauce, along with one of their specialty Acai, Goji or Mangosteen Antioxidant Mimosas, for a refreshing take on the morning classic with a healthy twist!

Fig Tree Eatery

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02 Mar 2018