VALENTINE'S DAY AT CHICAGO'S BEST RESTAURANTS
Many restaurants celebrate Valentine’s Day without a special menu, though many have special dishes that you’ll find only on Dining Chicago.
Andros Taverna serves Valentine’s Day a la cart specials of Seafood Orzotto (octopus, mussels and prawns), Black Truffle Biftekia (graviera cheese with fried golden potatoes) and Whole Roasted Xinomavro Duck.
Funkenhausen serves up a hand-crafted specialty menu created for the holiday weekend that blends Southern and German comfort foods for you and the one you love.
PB&J holds their Bachelor Monday Watch Party with half-priced beers that pair beautifully with truffle fries and their burrata/balsamic pizza, and, yes, there will be Bachelor games.
Robert et Fils, French-inspired, is where Beverage Director, David Mor, curates “the ultimate Valentine’s Day cocktail”: The “Ma Chérie” with apricot, elderflower absinthe, rose paint, and sparkling wine.
Proxi in South Loop offers a three-course family-style Valentine’s menu featuring Crispy Onion Bhaji Chaat, Grilled Lamb Satay or Vegetable and Paneer Kofta.
Sepia goes all out on Valentine’s Day with four courses including Foie Gras É Clair with pickled huckleberry, Kanpachi Crudo with winter citrus and baby turnip, Truffled Fried Chicken with dumplings and sauce Perigord or Smokey Dry-Aged Squab.
Heritage Restaurant & Caviar Bar goes beyond V-Day expectations with dishes like scallop and hamachi ceviche, kopytka, surf and turf.
Stan’s Donuts & Coffee puts out the sweet stuff for your sweet, Heart-Shaped Gift Boxes with six red velvet and six chocolate-dipped donuts.
Brindille provides dine-in or take-out Valentine’s tea service, with selections including exotic teas, scones, crumpets and jam, pastries, and finger sandwiches.
Staytion Market & Bar does it up for the day with Truffle & Mushroom Bisque or the Beef Tartare, followed by the choice of either the Pan Seared Coho Salmon or the Whipped Burrata Ravioli.