Top Valentine’s Day Brunches and Dinners in Philadelphia
Treat your sweetheart to a romantic meal with one of the special menus at these fabulous Philly restaurants
Wine and dine on Valentine’s Day at any one of the 25-plus restaurants serving up romantic, multi-course meals.
Whether you're looking for French fare, Spanish tapas, Italian cuisine or a fancy breakfast-for-two, there are plenty of options to choose from for treating your sweetheart on this special day of love.
Read on for our guide to Valentine’s Day brunch and dinners in Philadelphia.
A sunset buffet from the 50th floor brings a naturally dramatic dining experience. SkyBrunch sweetens the deal on Valentine’s Day with a complimentary bellini and music from the Max Christian trio. February 14.
À la carte
Want to honor the love you have of your kiddo? At Square 1682, share in a Bring Your Little Love brunch, where all kids get a special heart-shaped cookie to decorate during the meal. A special a la carte menu will be available. February 13-15.
Join Kensington Quarters for a two-course, prix-fixe meal where both vegetarian and meaty options are available. If you're of the meat-eating crew, after brunch peruse the butcher's case and steal away with a steak-for-two to cook up for a romantic meal later in the day. February 14.
Celebrate Valentine's day with all-you-can-eat tapas at Cuba Libre for $28 per person. To top of your lovers' breakfast paradise, pair the deal with mimosas, sangria or caipirinhas for $5 each. February 13-15.
À la carte
Ocean Prime will open at 11 a.m. on Valentine's Day for a special sweetheart brunch featuring items like blueberry french toast, crab cake and eggs and blood orange mimosas. February 14.
Celebrate with a skyline view at R2L, where there are three different seatings and a three-course meal for $85 per person, all weekend long. February 12-14.
Take in city views from 37 floors up while feasting on a tasty Valentine’s Day meal at R2L. (Photo courtesy of R2L)
Lacroix at the Rittenhouse Hotel
The Jewish Diaspora inspired culinary adventures at Abe Fisher continue with an eight plate, four-course Valentine's Day menu. Share in the deluxe dinner with the one you love for $55 per person, with the option to add a beverage pairing for an additional $30. February 14.
Twenty Manning Grill
There are two different tasting-menu experiences to be had at this Rittenhouse Square fixture. Saturday has in store a three-course meal for $100 per couple, and Sunday features four courses for $65 per person. February 12-13.
Bistro St. Tropez
It doesn’t get more romantic than French fare with a waterfront view. On offer are three courses for $65, served Friday through Sunday. An optional wine pairing is available for $35. February 12-14.
The rustic yet sophisticated eats and intimate atmosphere at Pumpkin BYOB set a perfect stage for V-Day revelry, and the four-course menu offered all weekend long for $75 a person is sure to entice. February 12-14.
Sbraga is not holding back this Valentine's Day, offering both a four-course, prix-fixe menu for $55 per person and a six-course tasting menu for $75 per person. Options to dine at the chef's counter and compliment each meal with a wine pairing are also available.February 13-14.
The four courses of exquisite Spanish eats at Marcie Turney’s Jamonera include two courses with multiple dishes — a veritable value for $50 a person. February 14.
Bank and Bourbon
The handsome dining room of this American resto in the Loews Hotel rolls out a three-course dinner for $50 a person, along with an optional wine pairing for an additional $30. February 14.
Diners get to choose from two desserts to sweeten the ending of a romantic Valentine's Day dinner at Bank and Bourbon. (Photo by M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia)
Even if the relationship doesn’t need spicing up, feel the heat from four courses of modern Mexican fare at Marcie Turney’s flagship restaurant for a reasonable $45 a person. February 14.
Valanni always does holidays right: Reserve early this Valentine's Day for the four-course tasting menu for $75 per person. February 14.
Cozy up with a loved one at Talula's Secret Supper Club, featuring a special chef's tasting menu designed just for Valentine's Day. Meals are $75 per person.February 12-14.
The Farm and Fisherman
Experience the best in vegetable-forward cookery through Farm and Fisherman’s tasting menu for $80 a person. BYOB. February 14.
Fork has long stood as a staple of Old City, and a tasty one at that. Dine at the restaurant for Valentine’s Day and score a four-course meal for $99 a person, including a decadent pasta plate for the second round. February 14.
Climb aboard the Moshulu for a four-course, prix-fixe on Valentine’s Day weekend for $125 a person. February 12-14.
Spend Valentine's Day inside the Moshulu, where dazzling riverside views await. (Photo by J. Smith for Visit Philadelphia)
À la carte
Get ready to seduce your better half’s tastebuds at Positano Coast with a limited à la carte menu and a special oyster and champagne pairing menu. February 14.
High Street on Market
Let High Street on Market do the hard part of choosing what to indulge in for Valentine's Day Dinner. The restaurant's “Leave It To Us” tasting menu will feature a selection of plates to share that represent the best of what the region has to offer, all for $75 per person plus tax and gratuity.
Spirit of Philadelphia
Set sail with the Spirit of Philadelphia for a Valentine’s Day buffet brunch, lunch or dinner cruise on the Delaware River. Dinner includes a rose for each table as well as a champagne toast at $43.90-$89.90 per person. February 12-14.
The Twisted Tail
Add a bit of Southern charm to the mix at The Twisted Tail, which serves a $65 four-course tasting menu for Valentine’s Day. February 14.
Rose Tattoo Cafe
À la carte
Valentine’s Day brings a special menu at Rose Tattoo Cafe, with starters ranging from $10 to $16 and entrees from $32 to $42. February 14.
South will offer a special Valentine's Day menu to all guests on Valentine's Day and the Saturday that precedes it. Sweeten the deal by booking early and snagging a table in the jazz parlor where live music will play as you dine.February 13-14.
Queen Village, Bella Vista and East Passyunk
Good King Tavern
Chef David Ansill cooks up four courses of wine-friendly fare for $65 a person. February 14.
All weekend long, Queen Village's Ela will offer a four-course Valentine's Day special for $65 per person with an optional wine pairing for $30 per person. Add an additional two courses for $100 per person and receive a complimentary bottle of Champagne. February 12-14.
Stoke the romance with Northern European delights at Noord’s four-course dinner for $125 per couple. February 14.
Visit North African eatery Neuf on either Valentine’s Day Eve or Valentine’s Day night. Each day features a distinct prix-fixe menu, with prices ranging from $110 to $140 a couple. February 13-14.
Enjoy a five-course dinner for $95 per person with an optional wine pairing for $35 at Fond. February 14.
À la carte
Newcomer Coeur – which translates to "heart" in French – is honoring Valentine's Day with an entire week of specials. Starting at 5 p.m., score half-price oysters and a sparkling bottle of Cremant de Limous for $40, aside aa special menu equipped with dishes for two.February 8-14.
University City and West Philly
The Fat Ham
Spend a romantic evening at Fat Ham and relish in a cozy Southern experience. Each party will receive nine dishes, served family-style, at $30 per person. February 14.
White Dog Cafe
À la carte
White Dog Cafe is offering its regular farm-fresh menu for all Valentine’s Day diners with seasonal specials and desserts. February 14.
Dine by candlelight at Aksum with a Mediterranean prix-fixe dinner for lovebirds. A three-course menu for $55 is available on both Saturday and Sunday. February 13-14.