Ah, Valentine’s Day. The holiday of love, romance, and decadent food. From chocolates to dining out on the town, it is a day that is marked with a bit of extravagance. Spokane might just be the perfect place to celebrate Valentine’s Day. No, we don’t have the Eiffel tower, but what we do have is sure to inspire an evening to remember. And of course, everyone knows that a great Valentine’s Day starts with an amazing meal. Haven’t made your reservations yet? No problem, check out some of our Valentine’s Day restaurant recommendations below.
No partner, no problem! All the more reason to grab a group of friends to celebrate your love for each other. Call and make your reservations ASAP before these restaurants fill up!
(214 N Howard St, Spokane, WA // 509.747.2004)
Cozy, dimly lit and tucked away off a busy street, Mizuna is one of those places that makes you want to fall in love. Their menu features elevated American cuisine that you will be thinking about for weeks to come. The best part? They offer two menus – one for us carnivores and one for our favorite vegetarians and vegans!
Twigs Bistro & Martini Bar Valentine’s Fresh Sheet
Regardless of where you live in town, Twigs has a location right down the road. You can visit them downtown at River Park Square, on the South Hill, in the Valley, and on the north side at Wandermere. Call and make a reservation today to secure your spot! They have a special Valentine’s Day fresh sheet going on at each location from Feb 9th until the 16th, here are some items that caught my eye:
River Park Square: Sweet Corn Scallops, Rosemary Lamb Chops, Dark Chocolate Tart
South Hill: Oysters Rockefeller, Mini Beef Wellingtons, Shrimp Halibut Scampi, Strawberry Oreo Mousse
Wandermere: Miso Scallops, Halibut Cheeks and Hazel Nuts, Chocolate Hazelnut Crepe Cake
Spokane Valley: Bacon-Wrapped Scallop, Macadamia Crusted Halibut, Garlic Herb Roasted Fillet, Kahlua Tiramisu
(322 N Spokane Falls Ct Spokane, WA // 509.744.2372)
If classic surf and turf is more your style, you MUST check out Spencer’s, located in the DoubleTree Spokane City Center. Their steaks are charred to perfection under 1600 Fahrenheit temperatures ensuring the perfect crust. And the a la carte sides? Don’t even get me started on how amazing they are! I highly suggest you order them all (Just kidding. Well, sort of.) but definitely get the baked potato. They roll it out on a cart to your table with all the fix-ins and mix it up just how you like it.
(4365 Inverness Dr, Post Falls, ID / 208.777.7600)
Looking for a special place out of town and a bit out of the norm? Be sure to visit Zagat rated Fleur De Sel for out of this world French classics. Comforting and delicious, you will feel like you have landed at a quaint café in Paris! Don’t forget dessert. Their ever-rotating flavors of crème brule are sure to be a hit.
(100 N Hayford Rd, Airway Heights, WA // 509.481.6020)
Northern Quest offers over a dozen different dining opportunities to cater to whatever you are craving! But when looking for the perfect Valentine’s dinner, don’t forget to make reservations at Masselow’s Steakhouse. With a menu offering the best cuts of meat, decadent fish, incredible appetizers and sides, and even a few vegetarian options, this is sure to be a hit. I highly recommend you order the crab legs and don’t forget about cheesecake for dessert!
(5620 S Perry St, Spokane, WA // 509.448.2383)
The décor at Luna is whimsical, romantic and sure to set the right mood. On top of that, their seasonal menu features an array of fresh dishes that range from gourmet pizza and burgers to some of the best scallops I have ever tasted. Fancy yourself a sommelier? Their wine collection (look down through the glass floor when you enter) will blow you away.