Ten Valentine's Day Dinners' In SF Worth The Price

February 06, 2014

Valentines Day is approaching faster than a Cupid’s arrow. It is not secret that some men have the romantic bone and others, well, need a little more help. Don’t worry if you (or your man) are the latter, we got you covered. San Francisco is full of romantic date-night restaurants to spend the special evening. Here are a few of our favorite Valentine’s Day dinner suggestions.


Trying to really impress your lady?

CoiExperience chef Daniel Patterson’s sensual 11-course tasting menu that will change your palate.  ($165 per person)

La Folie: Chef Roland Passot will be serving an elegant five-course French meal. ($165 per person)

Ame: Located in the luxurious Hotel St. Regis, Ame will be offering a five-course tasting menu. ($115 per person)

Fleur de LysChef Hubert Keller’s is offering a special five-course menu of his delicious French cuisine. ($115 per person)

Range: Husband and wife team Phil and Cameron West have created a tasty yet romantic Valentines Day four course menu. ($100 per person)

Trying to stay in your budget?

Gary Danko: Offering a special holiday-inspired four-course meal created by chef Gary Danko. ($87 per person)

Bar Agricole: Chef Brandon Jew will be serving a unique valentine and farm inspired four-course meal. ($80 per person)

Trace: Located in the stylish W Hotel, Trace is a great modern spot for couples to enjoy a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner. ($75 per person)

Flour + WaterChef Thomas McNaughton will be preparing a special valentines theme tasting menu. ($75 per person)

Absinthe: Chef Adam Keough will be crafting a special three-course American-influenced brasserie dinner. ($68 per person)