February 14th is the day for Cupid to shoot the arrow of love. How will you be celebrating Valentine's Day?
Romance, Fine Food, & Art
February 14 - Three course dinner with first course, entree, and dessert for two, one rose arrangement for each couple to take home, strolling violinist, and entrance into the Tucson Museum of Art. $45/pp (wine, tax, gratuity not included) Café à la C'Art
Unleash Your Inner Romantic
Lodge on the Desert's Executive Chef Marcus Van Winden is offering a fabulous, five-course shared prix fixe menu on February 14. Unleash your inner romantic and delight in the sumptuous shared four courses plus two entrees. Reservations are essential. $55/pp + $35/wine pairings (price excludes tax and gratuity)
Romance on a Budget
From February 14-16, get cozy while enjoying a three-course menu for two for only $30. Dinner guests can choose from a variety of appetizers, entrees, and dessert options to create the perfect romantic dinner. Try the umami punch, an oversized cocktail served with two straws meant for sharing. Linger over this 60-ounce blend of Southern Comfort, Amaretto Disaronno, cold sake, vodka and tropical juices. RA Sushi Tucson
I Heart Cocktails
Enjoy vintage and timeless cocktails including the infamous Sazerac. You can take the bar tour (then take a taxi) and sample rickeys, coolers, daiquiris, sours, smashes, swizzles, mules, and an old fashioned or simply drink a la carte. As for food, tonight there's a limited menu -- grilled lobster tail or pan seared smoked duck breast. Reservations strongly recommended. The Parish
Kiss the Cook
Nobody wants to cook on Valentine's Day but this will definitely score some points with your honey. Order a Sauce 'Homemade Pizza Kit' equipped with all the fixings to bake a cheese pizza in the comfort of your own kitchen, as well as two cookies for a sweet ending. Have some fun this Valentine's Day with a little help from Sauce Pizza & Wine. Order your kit between Jan. 31 – Feb. 12 to pick up on Feb. 14.