Where to Dine in Atlanta on Valentine's Day

Staff Writer
There's still time to snag a reservation for Valentine's Day
Livingston Restaurant + Bar

The Livingston Restaurant + Bar is extending their Valentine's Day menu over two days.

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and though reservations may be hard to come by this late in the game, these Atlanta spots still have tables available.  Whether your Valentine enjoys tapas, steak, seafood or barbecue, there are plenty of restaurants to appease even the pickiest of palates this Valentine’s Day.

Bantam + Biddy
For $25 per person, diners can enjoy an appetizer, entrée, dessert and complimentary poinsettia cocktail.  Choose between three entrees: pork schnitzel, grilled Scottish salmon, or a crab cake.  Red velvet cake or toffee pudding will round the meal at both the Ansley Mall and Midtown locations.

Bone Lick BBQ
Tickets are still available for Bone Lick’s inaugural “Heartbreaker’s Ball.” Geared toward those who want to have fun, this 80s themed costume party (yes, costumes!) will feature live music from Jet Black and the Joan Hearts, all you can drink beers from Red Hare Brewing Co., and an all you can eat midnight breakfast buffet. Tickets can be purchased here.

Eclipse de Luna
The chef’s special this February 14th features lobster risotto in a smoked paprika lobster broth, petite filet mignon with pepper pico de gallo and spiced balsamic reduction, and triple layer chocolate mousse – Catalan style. Share Spanish tapas with your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day and round the night out with live music and dancing.

Genki Noodles and Sushi
This Valentine’s Day, Genki Noodles and Sushi will prepare a “heart” sushi roll made with tempura and cream cheese topped with tuna, avocado, wasabi cream and a garlic chili sauce. Wash it all down with Genki’s specialty cocktail, “Liquid Passion.” This special pairing begins at 11:30am at all three of Genki’s locations.

King + Duke
Atlanta’s Ford Fry owns this Huckleberry Finn inspired spot that focuses on locally sourced dishes. A four course menu will be offered this Valentine’s Day featuring a choice of amuse, appetizers, a main course and a dessert. Diners can choose from hearth roasted grouper, grilled quail, “best part of the ribeye,” lobster pan roast, or bone-in filet for two as their main dishes, for $70 per person.

Livingston Restaurant + Bar
Chef Michael will offer guests a three course menu, complete with a complimentary glass of champagne paired with each dessert selection.  This special Valentine’s Day menu is available for $50 per person, on both February 14th and 15th. From crab bisque and wagyu beef carpaccio, to crispy duck and Carolina flounder, couples can enjoy a variety of tastes.  If sharing is up your alley, add on the ‘Chocolate Tasting for Two’ featuring an assortment of imported white, dark and milk chocolates, for an additional $5.

Park Tavern
Dance to the love songs of the 70s and 80s while overlooking Piedmont Park.  For $20 a couple, enjoy a champagne toast and tunes from Yacht Rock Schooner.

TAP: A Gastropub
Is your Valentine a beer lover that prefers a laid back atmosphere?  In that case, enjoy a pint with a burger and tacos at this neighborhood hangout with 35 beers on tap.  Have no fear, champagne and martini specials will still run throughout the night.

The Real Chow Baby
At each of the three Real Chow Baby locations throughout Atlanta, couples will receive a bottle of wine or two-for-one cocktails, one appetizer, two unlimited stir fry bowls and one dessert on this special St. Valentine’s Date Night for only $49.99.

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