Valentine's Weekend Dinner Guide
Published: Thursday, February 14, 2013
Updated: Thursday, February 14, 2013 22:02
Valentine’s Day may be over, but Valentine’s weekend is just now beginning. Here are some great restaurants to dine in this weekend.
Eddie V’s Prime Seafood
With some of the freshest seafood in Dallas, Eddie V’s is the perfect restaurant to visit during Valentine’s weekend. Located on Oak Lawn, Eddie V’s only offers a selection of fish and shellfish as well as aged steaks. The V Lounge, apart of the restaurant, also offers live music. The crab cakes are a must try along with the truffle mac and cheese, a side dish that compliments almost every entree. You cannot leave the restaurant without trying their banana foster cake — its presentation is almost as good as is tastes.
Rise No. 1
A restaurant with a menu composed of mainly souffles? Not your typical restaurant, but a perfect place to visit whether it’s with your significant other or friends. The restaurant resembles a quaint French bistro with an eclectic feel. This French restaurant offers a variety of soufflés from a smoked salmon souffle to a truffle infused mushroom souffles. Don’t forget to save room for dessert where you have a choice of a wide array of dessert souffles. The restaurant also has different daily specials that are a must try. Located off West Lovers Lane, Rise No. 1 is a perfect restaurant for ]Valentine’s weekend.
Want to spend Valentine’s weekend eating great food while getting the lounge feel at the same time? DISH is the perfect place to go. Located off Cedar Springs, DISH offers modern comfort food. From a variety of flatbreads to delicious sea scallops and a variety of grilled meats, DISH has something for everybody. A live DJ spins at night and the restaurant is turned from a restaurant to a lunge. DISH also has a dog friendly patio, for those who want to share the love with their pets.
Located in West Village, this Thai and Vietnamese Restaurant showcases different Southeast Asian cuisines. Some dishes to try are their drunken noodles (fresh made flat noodles, spicy tenderloin, bell peppers and Thai basil), seared jumbo sea scallops (hand harvested scallops, pad Thai noodles and local tofu) and the spicy and flavorful papaya salad. With flavor you’ll dream about later, Malai Kitchen is another must try this Valentine’s weekend.