WalletHub recently named Scottsdale the second best city for Valentine’s Day, and we can see why! After all, according to the survey, Scottsdale’s weather in February is ranked #1, while Valentine’s Day activities, budget-friendly options, and gift accessibility are all among the best you’ll find in the country.
If you want to see for yourself why Scottsdale is an amazing place to celebrate Valentine’s Day, make reservations for one of these romantic events with your sweetheart.
This North Scottsdale restaurant was recently listed on OpenTable’s list of the 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in America. Like many Scottsdale restaurants, it has special plans for Valentine’s Day guests this year. The restaurant’s executive chef, Christopher Nicosia, created a special four-course menu for Sunday, February 14. Not only do ladies get a rose when they arrive, but couples will get to enjoy dishes like ricotta gnocchi, prime strip steak, veal osso buco, and much more, all at $159 per couple. You can check out the menu and make a reservation here.
Head to the Hotel Valley Ho for a fun night out on Valentine’s Day weekend. The hotel’s restaurant, Zuzu, will be serving a special Valentine’s Day dinner on Saturday and Sunday, with options that include slow roasted beef tenderloin, asparagus soup, and strawberry trifle. You can also opt for brunch on Sunday or even a Chocolate Champagne Massage any time this week. Find out more here.
Another Scottsdale dining option this weekend is at The Westin Kierland’s restaurant, deseo. Valentine’s Day dinner will take place on Sunday from 5-9 pm, and will feature a four-course prix fixe menu costing $75 per person. You can get the same menu on Friday and Saturday from 6-9 pm. Check out the menu, and then reserve your spot by calling (480) 624-1202.
If you want mountain views with your meal on Valentine’s Day, go to El Chorro, which sits at the bottom of the iconic Camelback Mountain. On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, diners will have access to a special three-course menu. Some of the options include Chilean sea bass, center cut filet, duo of roast chicken, Dungeness crab salad, and more. The price is $140 per couple, though you can add wine pairings for $40 per couple. Book your table here.
Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia
If you’re looking for more than a Valentine’s Day dinner, check out what some Scottsdale resorts are offering. Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia is offering The Ultimate Indulgence package, which is a two-night staycation in the Andalusian Presidential Suite. Here, you’ll get a four-course meal on the first night. The next day, you can get a spa treatment with your partner, topped off by dinner on the roof. Book your getaway here.
These are just a few ways to spend Valentine’s Day in Scottsdale. With options like these, it’s no wonder this city is now known as a great place to spend this romantic holiday!
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