If the way to a man’s (or woman’s) heart is through his stomach, Baltimoreans are in luck. Many restaurants are capitalizing on this year’s Friday, February 14, Valentine’s Day by offering prix-fixe meals on Saturday and Sunday, too.
B&O American Brasserie is even starting their Valentine’s promotion on Thursday, February 13.
Now is a really good time to make reservations to ensure that you don’t end up sharing a Big Mac with your loved one. Check out the delicious offerings below:
B&O American Brasserie
The sweet deal: Five-course, aphrodisiac-inspired menu for two, $120 a couple, with complimentary glasses of Prosecco. Dinner includes Châteaubriand and chocolate ménage et trois for dessert. The regular dinner menu is also available. See the Facebook page for more info.
By Degrees Cafe
The sweet deal: Five-course meal, $33 a person; entrees include seared scallops, pan-roasted chicken, and red-wine-braised brisket. See full menu.
Chef’s Expessions at Gramercy Mansion
The sweet deal: Butler-passed hors d’oeuvres, seated supper, $99.95 a person, includes wine pairings. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Susan G. Komen Maryland. Entrees include pan-roasted squab and smoked duck with black-cherry demi-glace. See full menu.
Mr. Rain’s Fun House
The sweet deal: “Four-Base Valentine’s Menu,” $55, optional wine pairing, $30. Entrees include poached monkfish, braised rabbit, and grilled rib-eye steak. A “Lonely Hearts Club” a-la-carte menu with drink specials will be available in the bar and lounge. See the Facebook page for more info.
The sweet deal: Three-course dinner, $69 or $99 paired with wines. Entrees include pan-roasted rockfish and braised-beef short rib “osso buco.” See the website for more info.
The sweet deal: Three courses, $59, optional wine paring $29. Entrees include a six-ounce filet mignon and lamb loin and belly. Regular menu also offered. See full menu.
Fleet Street Kitchen
The sweet deal: Early seating, 5-7 p.m., three courses, $69, optional wine pairing $29. Entrees include pan-seared ocean trout and strip steak. A vegetarian option is $49. Late seating, 7:30-10:30 p.m., four courses, $89, optional wine pairing $39. Entrees include farm chicken and duck breast. A vegetarian option is $59. No regular menu on Friday except for the a-la-carte options at the bar and bar tables. The regular menu will be offered on Saturday. See full menus.
The sweet deal: Three courses, $49, optional wine pairing $25. Entrees include pork shank, seafood chowder, and wild-mushroom lasagna. The regular menu will not be offered. A-la-carte options will be available at the bar. See full menu.
Wine Market Bistro
The sweet deal: Four-course dinner, $55 a person, optional wine pairings, $28, gratuity and tax not included. Entrees include duck breast and mahi mahi. See full menu.
The sweet deal: Three courses, $30 a couple. Choices include the “ultimate shrimp tempura roll” and spicy chicken teriyaki udon. The regular dinner menu is also available. See the website for more info.
The sweet deal: The restaurant will be open, starting at 5:30 p.m., for a seasonal, prix-fixe tasting menu with wine pairings if desired. Prices vary. See full menu.