A St. Louis Valentine’s Day Guide
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with someone special in St. Louis. A variety of dine in and to go options are available from some of St. Louis’ most popular restaurants. Make it a fun overnight experience and find great hotel deals from many of our area hotel partners.
612North: The catering and event space in downtown St. Louis with amazing views of the Gateway Arch is offering a four-course dinner with amuse bouche, 612 classic salad, either chicken Milanese or filet mignon served with grilled asparagus, au gratin potatoes, chocolate lava cake with vanilla ice cream, and a complimentary glass of champagne for dine-in guests. $59.95 per person. Available for dine-in and carryout February 13–14 from 5–9 p.m. 314-241-3474.
Baileys’ Restaurants: Baileys’ Restaurants is offering an assortment of Valentine’s Day boxes filled with chocolates, cocktail mixes, and more. Prices range from $37–$120. Valentine Brunch at HOME is also available with specialized kits from Rooster, including a sweet and savory crepe kit, slinger kits, and cocktail kits. Prices range from $20-$42. Available for pickup February 12–14. Pickup at Rooster on S. Grand, 314-494-2174.
The Boathouse at Forest Park: The Boathouse in Forest Park is offering a special menu for you and your loved ones featuring smoked tri-tip; cranberry balsamic chicken; smoked salmon filet; portobella mushroom ravioli; and a variety of appetizers, soups, and salads. New York-style cheesecake and raspberry chocolate tart are offered for dessert. February 13-14 from 4–8 p.m. Reservations only.
Butler’s Pantry: You and your sweetheart can enjoy a fondue and dinner for two. The two-course dinner includes a soup or salad with a choice of seafood, chicken, pork, beef, or vegetarian options. And choose between a swiss cheese fondue or chocolate fondue. $75. Deadline is February 10 and Pickup February 13; 314-664-7680.
Cinder House: Cinder House at the Four Seasons is offering a romantic three-course dinner featuring diver scallop, king trumpet mushrooms, sea cress, leeks, or brown butter mushroom emulsion for the first course features a diver scallop, king trumpet mushrooms, sea cress, leeks and a brown butter-mushroom emulsion. The second-course offers a waygu flatiron steak, prawn and sea urchin vatapa; and the third-course features Valrhona Illanka (creamy Peruvian chocolate made with rare white cocoa beans) for a silky chocolate mousse that includes black currant, raspberry and hazelnut.. $72 per person. Available February 12–14 from 5–10 p.m. Call 314-881-5759 to make a reservation.
The Crossing: This Clayton restaurant serving a $100-per-person four-course dinner on Valentine’s Day, complete with smoked trout mousse; a choice between Hudson valley foie gras, spaghetti, taglioni, or pumpkin agnolotti; a selection of entrées including creekstone New York strip, New Zealand venison, yellowfin, or red snapper; and chocolate torte, fried strawberry pie, or lemon ginger crème brulee for dessert. 314-721-7375.
Cyrano’s Cafe: For Valentine’s Day, Cyrano’s Cafe in Webster Groves is offering Three Valentine’s Experiences. A brunch featuring French-toast style, topped with strawberries and bananas—for $40. An in-restaurant experience featuring a special menu that includes usual favorites and new creative courses and a Virtual Dinner and Concert with dinner and dessert for two that includes an exclusive virtual access to Erin Bode, live concert. Open Valentine’s Day from 11:30 a.m.–8 p.m. 314-963-3232.
Drunken Fish: The Valentine’s Drunken Love Dinner, for $119, consists of a six-course meal for two with edamame and hummus, lobster spring roll, miso soup, house salad with ginger dressing, and a choice of combo rolls. And enjoy strawberry cheesecake makimono or fried banana with vanilla ice cream for dessert. The restaurant’s also offering takeout sushi heart boxes. Available February 12–14. All locations.
Favazza’s: The longtime family-owned trattoria is delivering a sweetheart dinner for 2. The valentine’s dinner includes 2 entrees with a side featuring Sicilian Chicken, 4 oz. Steak Mudega, 4 oz. Steak Amore, Sicilian Scampi & Jumbo Scallops. It also includes 1 Favazza’s Dinner Salad & 6 pc Toasted Ravioli and Favazza’s Famous Garlic Bread. Price Varies depending on entree selection. Pick up or Carryout Only. Order by Thursday February 11th 4pm and pick up Friday 2/12 or Saturday 2/13 before 3 pm. To order email us at orders@Favazzas.com or Call 314-772-4454
Grace Meat + Three:, Enjoy Grace Meat + THree’s 2nd annual Fried Chicken & Bubbles package that includes a whole bird, a pint of sides, and a chocolate chess pie, as well as a bottle of champagne or a bucket of beer. Price $50 New in 2021, they’re offering fried chicken bouquets that feature a 1/2 dozen of Rick’s Famous Chicken Tenders, mini carnations and a side buttermilk lime dressing packaged in a 23.5-inch box for $20. Pre-order and pick up on Valentine’s Day. 314-520-8182.
Herbie’s: A special Valentine’s Day menu offers a 16-ounce prime New York strip, pan-seared scallop, a dark chocolate budino tart, and specialty-themed cocktails. Entrées are $52 and $42. Dine-in or pickup February 12–14. Open Valentine’s Day from 10 a.m.–9 p.m. 314-769-9595.
The Last Kitchen: Love is in the air at The Last Hotel and they’re celebrating with a delicious 4-Course Menu with wine pairings by Chef Enoch Simpson. The meal features Nashville hot tune tartine with seared sushi grade tuna, shrimp carbonara, Fitz’s Root Beer glazed short ribs, and more. Each course is paired with a glass of wine. $280 for two. Available February 12 and 13 from 7–10 p.m. 866-752-7700.
Morton’s The Steakhouse: The popular steakhouse is serving a three-course steak and lobster dinner for two with a bottle of wine. The meal includes lobster bisque, a choice of a 6-ounce filet or 5- to 6-ounce cold water lobster tail, macaroni cheese, and double chocolate mousse. $169 for two. Menu available on Valentine’s Day with limited availability remaining. 314-725-4008.
Orlando’s Catering: Orlando’s Catering is offering a Sweetheart Dinner Box for celebrating Valentine’s Day that includes a four-course dinner for two at $99.99 per box. The four course dinner includes Grilled Shrimp, Caesar Salad, Filet Mignon, White Cheddar Potatoes Gratinee, Mixed Vegetables, and White Chocolate Cheesecake with Raspberry Drizzle. Simple warming instructions are provided. Also includes four chocolate covered strawberries and a Rose! Orders must be placed by noon Friday, February 12 and picked up at Orlando’s South (address 4300 Hoffmeister Ave., St. Louis, MO 63125) by 4:00 pm Saturday, February 13th. Delivery is available for a minimum of 2 boxes and a $25 delivery charge (to most areas). 314-638-6660
Pastaria: The Lasagna for Lovers Special features a butternut squash lasagna, choice of salad, dessert, and a bottle of champagne. $65. Butternut squash lasagna available as a separate entrée for $19,95. Dinner will be served on Valentine’s Day from 4–9 p.m. 314-862-6603.
Ruth Chris: Share the sizzle with your sweetheart and take advantage of their special 3-course dinner plus full menu options. The Sweatheart special includes a 8 oz filet and 6 0x cold water lobster tail, Steak house salad, mashed potatoes and creamed spinach, and raspberry chocolate cheesecake for dessert. $140 for two. February 12, 4 – 9 p.m.; February 13, 3 – 10 p.m.; February 14, 4 – 9 p.m. 314-259-3200
Sports & Social: Sip on bottomless pineapple & OJ mimosas, sangria, & bloody mary’s while enjoying DJ entertainment, games, prizes & more! Featuring “shred your ex” for a complimentary shot, a heart shaped piñata full of prizes, and leis for everyone! Wear your beachiest luau gear and reserve your table now! Groups of four or more get a complimentary bottle of champagne for the table. Sunday, February 14 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Make a reservation by emailing email@example.com
Square One Brewery: The Lafayette Square brewery is serving an Aphrodisiac prix fixe dinner. The meal features three or four courses paired with the perfect beer or sippable speciality cocktail. Three courses for $45, four courses for $55. Offered February 13 and 14 from 5–9 p.m. 314-231-2537.
SqWires: The popular restaurant in Lafayette square is offering a Valentine’s Dinner for Two To Go, as well as being open for their Annex Brunch Buffet. The Valentine’s Dinner to go offers four courses: butternut squash bisque; beet salad; a choice of stuffed portobello mushroom, seafood risotto, Tuscan chicken, or filet mignon; and flourless chocolate cake for dessert. Dinner is accompanied with a half bottle of Gruet champagne. The price is dependent on entrée and ranges from $83–$130. Order by noon on February 11, and pick up from 1–5 p.m. on February 12 or 13, or between 1–3 p.m. on February 14. 314-865-3522.
Union 30: Union 30 at Hotel Saint Louis is offering a four-course meal includes your choice a selection of appitizers, three salad options; two entrées of either smoked pecan chicken, Hereford reserve filet, pan-seared balsamic salmon, or lobster diavolo; and a choice of two desserts including New York-style cheesecake, chocolate cake, St. Louis gooey butter cake, or Baklava brownie with vanilla ice cream. $150 for two. 314-241-4300.
Vicia: For $150, couples can enjoy the Valentine’s experience complete with a beef trip tip bourguignon-like dish with beef stuffed mushrooms, turnips, and caramelized onion au jus, potato and beef fat pommes anna, seared Maine diver scallops, salad, milk bread and butter, and a chocolate trifle cake. Pickup February 12–14 between 5–7 p.m. Also offering a date-night delivered experience with a farmer’s feast, bottled botanical beverage, custom wine pairing, and breakfast package with pastries and refreshments delivered to your door for $250. Available Wednesdays through Saturdays. Additional charge over Valentine’s Day weekend. 314-553-9239.
Winslow’s Table: Michael and Tara Gallina’s U. City restaurant is offering several takeout options. A Valentine’s dinner features a three-course meal that includes a choice of bistro steak, roasted chicken, or sweet potato agnolotti. A surf and turf option is also available for $15. Dinner is $55 per person. Signature Sweets Platters include an assortment of house-made cookies, brownies, and Winslow’s bars for $28–$42. And a Valentine’s Day cookie-decorating kit is available for $20. 314-725-7559.
Hotels and Attractions
Amp Up: Make your Valentine’s heart race at Amp Up! Their Cupid’s Combo package for two people is only $79.99 (valued at over $100). Discount of 20% only available if booked online in advance. Regular price at the door. The package per person for two includes 1 Private Go Kart Race, 1 Free Drink and 1 Hour of Axe Throwing. Participants must be at least 14 years old and 54″ tall for these activities. Please wear a mask and closed-toe shoes. Your free drink can be any single serving item including beer, wine, ICEE, fountain or bottled drink.
Candle Fusion Studio: Treat your Valentine to an extraordinary experience of the senses. Explore 100+ scents in the candle library, choose your favorites and blend them at the candle “bar.” The couple package includes two custom 8 oz “pour your own” candles and take-home surprise treat. Price is $60 per couple on February 12 & 14. Live Music is also included on February 13 for $70 per couple.
Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis: Those interested in both a spa and culinary adventure should consider Spa After Dark Package, which includes a candle-lit and rose petal three-course dinner in the relaxation lounge overlooking the Mississippi River , 80-minute massages in the Couple’s Suite, access to the infrared sauna, whirlpools, steam rooms, and more. Pricing for the package starts at $1,800 and requires a seven-day advance notice. Call 314-881-5758 to make a reservation. 314-881-5800.
The St. Louis Wheel: Head on a “Holidate” at the St. Louis Wheel. The date night package includes two tickets to the St. Louis Wheel, 2 Souvenir Photos, and 2 Drinks from the Anheuser-Busch Beer Container located in the Wheel Park at St. Louis Union Station. The cost is $40.
The Ritz-Carlton: Sneak away for a retreat at The Ritz-Carlton St. Louis, where the Special Occasions Package featuring Deluxe rooms are available at a discounted rate of $399 plus tax per night ($200 valued savings) and then Delight your loved one with a the three-course menu includes lobster bisque or a Malpeque oyster flight for the first course, grilled beef tenderloin or pan-seared sea bass for the second course, and a turtle dove chocolate tart or white chocolate crème brûlée for dessert. $80 per person. Available February 12–14 from 5–10 p.m. 314-719-1433.