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42 Valentine's Dinners to Enjoy in Austin

42 Valentine's Dinners to Enjoy in Austin

There are few things Austinites love more than well-cooked meals prepared by the city's finest chefs and quality time spent exploring the gorgeous city with loved ones. This Valentine's Day, combine the two and experience culinary bliss in the city at one of these local restaurants.

Each of the following eateries is offering a Valentine's Day dinner. Pick up the phone and make a reservation so you can make the most of this holiday!

Andiamo Ristorante

2521 Rutland Dr | 512.719.3377

Serving: Four-course “Aphrodisiac” Valentine’s Day dinner with things like oysters, barramundi in white wine sauce, and risotto with lobster.

Cost: is $85 per person. 

Aviary Wine & Kitchen

2110 S Lamar Blvd | 512.916.4445

Serving: Five-course menu.

Cost: $60 per person, with wine pairings for an additional $35

Barley Swine

6555 Burnet Rd #400 | 512.394.8150

Serving: Fixed menu of farm-to-table favorites.

Cost: $120, with wine pairings an additional $65; reservations made over the phone only

Boiler Nine Bar + Grill

800 W Cesar Chavez St | 512.220.9990

Serving: A special a la carte menu with oysters, burrata, beef tenderloin, and a complimentary glass of bubbly.

Cost: Contact for reservation

Café Josie

1200 W 6th St | 512.322.9226

Serving: Four-course menu with options like fried goat cheese, grilled redfish and crispy pork belly.

Cost: $60

Cannon & Belle (Hilton)

500 E 4th St | 512.493.4900
Serving: Four-course dinner with options like drunken clams, oven-baked scallops, and grilled beef tenderloin.

Cost: $64 per person

Carillon (AT&T Center) 

1900 University Ave | 512.404.3655

Serving: Three-course menu with dessert for two (diners have the choice of two menus, one centered around Iberico ramen and the other around striploin).

Cost: $70 per person, with wine pairings for an additional $25

Chez Zee 

5406 Balcones Dr | 512.454.2666

Serving: Dinner menu that includes strawberry salad with scallops, quail and scallops, and seafood pasta; live music from 5 to 10:30 pm.

Cost: Contact for Reservation


1914 E 6th St | 512.354.1480

Serving: Four-course movie-inspired menu with things like spicy tempura squash (“Walk the Line”), grilled lobster tail (“Annie Hall”) and bucatini with oxtail Bolognese (“Lady and the Tramp”).

Cost: $45 per person; Wednesday wine happy hour will extend through the night, with some bottles priced at $15

El Chipirón 

2717 S Lamar Blvd | 512.518.3618

Serving: A three-course meal including salad, strip loin and chocolate and churros, or a five-course menu with roasted beet salad, grilled Gulf shrimp, rabbit, strip loin and more.

Cost: $49 or $79


2027 Anchor Ln | 512.614.2260 

Serving: A meal with three small plates per guest, featuring choices like roasted beets and charcuterie, and one large-format entree like a half chicken or mushroom risotto.

Cost: is $70 per couple, with wine bottles half off all night

Cover 3

2700 W Anderson Ln | 512.374.1121

1717 W 6th St  | 512.982.1550

2800 N I-35 | 512.693.2393

Serving: Four-course dinner with selections like snapper Veracruz, blackened filet mignon, and Patron XO chocolate cinnamon mousse.

Cost: $79 per couple

Dai Due

2406 Manor Rd | 512.524.0688

Serving: Three-course dinner for including venison tartare and grilled venison, or dinner for seafood lovers that includes Gulf oysters and grilled shrimp Caesar salad; Vegetarian dinner also available including vegetable fritters with yogurt and cilantro, and winter vegetable curry.

Cost: $75 per person, $65 for vegetarian dinner

District Kitchen + Cocktails

5900 W Slaughter Ln | 512-351-8436

Serving: Four-course meal with options like shrimp and lobster bisque, hamachi crudo, and duck breast.

Cost: $75 per person

Driskill Grill

604 Brazos St | 512-391-7162

Serving: Five-course or seven-course menu with options like lobster bisque, filet mignon, and goat brie

Cost: $89 for five courses, $109 for seven courses

Elizabeth Street Café

1501 S 1st St | 512.291.2881

Serving: Heart-shaped macarons through February 10 for pick-up on the 13th and 14th.

Cost: $15 per box


503 Colorado St | 512.364.3490

Serving: Four craft cocktails and a choice of three Italian dishes that include hand-pulled mozzarella and heirloom tomato salad, beef and pork croquettes, and braised beef cheek.

Cost: $60

Geraldine’s (Hotel Van Zandt)

605 Davis St | 512.476.4755

Serving: A set menu including roasted bone marrow, herbed gnocchi and braised oxtail.

Cost: $75 per person 

Gibson Street Bar 

1109 S Lamar Blvd | 512.386.1345

Serving: A meal of angel hair pasta with prosciutto-wrapped shrimp, hand-cut beef tenderloin, lobster risotto, and chocolate torte from Luke’s Inside Out food trailer.

Cost: $70 for two; Email by February 12 to reserve meals

Gino’s Vino Osteria

1239 E 51st St | 512.351.8426

Serving: Four-course meal with selections like crab cakes, lobster bisque, and rack of lamb.

Cost: $65 per person; Served from February 8-14

Goodall’s Kitchen (Hotel Ella) 

1900 Rio Grande St | 512.495.1800

Serving: Five-course meal featuring New York strip and lemon brulée.

Cost: $90 per person; Served on February 13th and 14th


1204 W Lynn St | 512.477.5584

Serving: Three-course dinner with lobster and fennel bisque and black truffle tortelloni, petit filet with celery root mousseline and roasted shallot oxtail red wine sauce, and white chocolate mousse with ruby red grapefruit.

Cost: $100 per person 

Josephine House

1601 Waterston Ave | 512-477- 5584

Serving: Three-course meal with a lobster wedge salad, prime filet, and crispy red snapper.

Cost: $75 per person

June’s All Day

1722 S Congress Ave | 512.416.1722

Serving: A meal that has seared foie gras on croissant with sour cherry caramel, snapper carpaccio, and pappardelle pasta with oyster mushroom ramp butter

Cost: $75 per person with wine pairings available.


2400 E. Cesar Chavez St | 512.220.9421

Serving: Prix fixe menu with choices like chicken saltimbocca, New York strip, and tiramisu.

Cost: $65 per person

Kemuri Tatsu-Ya 

2713 E 2nd S | 512.893.5561

Serving: Five-course prix fixe menu with scallop and Gulf drum ceviche, smoked tea-pickled beets, and truffled porridge with smoked braised beef short rib.

Cost: $85 per person

Lavaca Street Bar

3121 S Lamar Blvd | 512.291.3407

Serving: Hand-cut ribeyes, asparagus, and baked potatoes.

Cost: $20 per person

L’Oca d’Oro

1900 Simond Ave | 737.212.1876 

Serving: Four-course “Love” menu inspired by The Carpenters and a four-course “Hate” menu inspired by the Sex Pistols; The combined eight courses include dishes like black spaghetti carbonara (Hate), brick chicken roulade with mushroom mousseline (Love) and a strawberry-hazelnut hot fudge sundae (Vegetarian substitutions available).

Cost: $65 per person, with wine pairings an additional $40


807 E 4th St | 512.551.947

Serving: Three-course dinner featuring coriander-crusted lamb chops and pan-seared prawns.

Cost: $150 per couple, including a bottle of wine. 

Pitchfork Pretty 

2708 E Cesar Chavez St | 512.494.4593

Serving: Five-course menu with options like beef tartare with sambal, sweet potato rosette, beef rib, and lemon box pie.

Cost: $85 per person

Le Politique 

110 San Antonio St | 512.580.7651

Serving: Three-course prix fixe menu including salmon tartare and Parisian gnocchi.

Cost: $55 per person 

Quality Seafood Market 

5621 Airport Blvd | 512.452.3820

Serving: Bacon-wrapped filets and lobster tails with mashed potatoes, asparagus, and dessert.

Cost: $64.95 per couple; Served from February 9-17 


415 Colorado St | 512.394.8000

Serving: Four-course menu with things like tuna poke, branzino, and mushroom risotto.

Cost: $75 per person

Second Bar + Kitchen at Domain Northside  

3121 Palm Way | 737.300.4800

Serving: Four-course prix fixe menu featuring black truffle and potato ravioli, Akaushi strip loin, and seared sea scallops.

Cost: $75 per person, with wine pairings for an additional $40


440 E Saint Elmo Rd | 512.522.7710

Serving: A casual meal that includes waterfall ribeye, honey-buttered mashed potatoes, Japanese yams, and more.

Cost: $100 per couple; orders must be placed in advance (email for more information)

Swift’s Attic

315 Congress Ave | 512-482- 8842 

Serving: Seafood platter for two (market price), along with a three-course dinner with options like pozole verde, seared pork shoulder, and red velvet cake.

Cost: $60 per person

Texas French Bread

2900 Rio Grande St | 512.499.0544

Serving: Three-course meal with things like wild boar chop, confit chicken, and butterscotch budino.

Cost: $55 per person

Trace (W Hotel Austin)

200 Lavaca St | 512.542.3660

Serving: A menu centered around decadence and richness, featuring options like oysters, caviar, and honey-glazed duck breast.

Cost: $60 per person

Walton’s Fancy & Staple

609 W 6th St | 512.542.3380

Serving: Four-course meal with choices like roasted sweet corn soup, hanger steak, and roasted salmon.

Cost: $75 per person

Wu Chow 

500 W 5th St | 512.476.2469

Serving: Three-course dinner with dry-fried green beans, salt-and-pepper soft shell crab, and cumin lamb.

Cost: $50 per person, with wine pairings available for an additional $25; The restaurant’s popular soup dumplings will be available for $10


1900 Manor Rd | 512.919.4147

Serving: A fixed menu with sea scallop ceviche, duck leg with green rice, and Peruvian chocolate ganache

Cost: $39 per person


1110 W 6th St | 512.478.5355

9400 Arboretum Blvd | 512.346.3506

Serving: Four-course dinner with chicken tortilla soup, miso salmon, and ancho pie. Cost: $49 per couple; Served from February 14-17.

Explore the best Austin's culinary scene has to offer this Valentine's Day and make your reservations a few days in advance. We can't wait to spend the evening out in the city with our loved ones, tasting items from these delicious menus!



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