Friday, October 23, 2020

Southlake Is Your Date Night Destination for Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, think outside of the chocolate box and surprise your sweetheart with the Southlake treatment. From interactive sushi-making and romantic carriage rides to gourmet meals, treat yourself and your loved one to an unforgettable evening that rivals Cupid’s planning.

Have a hands-on experience leading up to Valentine’s Day. RA Sushi Bar Restaurant is inviting guests to bring their soymate for an entertaining night designed to teach participants about the power of aphrodisiac ingredients during Roll of Attraction: An Aphrodisiac Sushi Rolling Class For Couples on Thursday, Feb. 7 at 8:00 p.m.

Enjoy a storybook ride through Southlake Town Square by horse-drawn carriage and cuddle up with your sweetheart as you take in the sites. Reserve your carriage ride for Feb. 8, Feb. 9, Feb. 14 or Feb. 15 starting at 5:30 p.m. each evening.

If the way to your loved one’s heart is through his or her stomach, expect no shortage of swooning after dining at one of these Southlake restaurants.

Love every bite at Del Frisco’s Grille, including savory entrées like Broiled Twin Lobster Tails with Miso Butter and 45-day, 16-ounce Dry Aged Prime Strip from the exclusive Valentine’s Day menu or take your true love to Truluck’s for fresh-catch seafood or prime tender, juicy steaks. Enjoy a perfectly paired glass of wine, live music and don’t forget to turn up the heat by sharing a flaming Baked Alaska for dessert.

Love is also in the air at Kirby’s Prime Steakhouse. Spoil your sweetie with a special four-course meal from the Valentine’s Day menu, with options like Blackened Cedar Plank Scallops and Smoked Ribeye. Toast to the evening with sommelier-picked pairings and go home with a special gift from Kirby’s.

Wildwood Grill is also feeling the love with special items on the Valentine’s Day menu, which features a Meat & Cheese Board, Herb Crusted Tenderloin, Crab Stuffed Alaskan Flounder and a sweet Waffle Duo for dessert. In keeping with tradition, take home a red rose, compliments of Wildwood.

If you’re looking for a more casual evening out, spend it with The King himself at Schuck Me. An Elvis tribute artist will serenade you and your sweetie while you enjoy delicious seafood dishes (and drinks). The show starts at 6:30 p.m., so be sure to arrive before Elvis leaves the building.

Looking to have a night away? Cambria Southlake is offering a sweet special for Valentine’s Day, including a king or double queen room with roses in a vase, champagne, heart-shaped chocolates and an artisanal cheese platter.

Don’t forget about Southlake’s premier shopping destinations if you’re in search of the perfect present to accompany your romantic evening out. No need to stress about where to take your loved one this Valentine’s Day when Cupid’s arrow clearly points to Southlake.