Image Courtesy of The Southern Steak & Oyster.

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Where to Dine on Valentine’s Day

By Emily Wilson

February 14th is looming, and it’s time to make some plans. For those looking for something special, we’ve got you covered. These restaurants are rolling out the red carpet for Valentine’s Day, so grab a two-top while you still can.

Fin & Pearl
Sustainable seafood is the name of the game at Fin & Pearl, where the standard menu offerings will be available alongside specialty items in honor of Valentine’s Day. Enjoy them in the nautically-inspired setting, with a dose of Southern hospitality.
Menu Highlights: she-crab soup with sherry whipped cream; surf ‘n’ turf — 36 oz. Tomahawk ribeye, foie gras compound butter, whole Maine lobster, and tarragon drawn butter; cioppino in a golden tomato and brandy broth with saffron arancini and grilled bread; fried chicken & caviar with brandade potatoes, roasted brussels sprouts and lemon-dill crème fraiche.
Book now on Resy.

Fort Louise
That Fort Louise is housed in what was formerly a residential home, exemplifies its cozy, intimate nature. Picture that, plus a three-course prix fixe menu (in addition to a la carte), featuring an assortment of signature dishes and special indulgences, and you’ve got a meal that’s almost as special as your date.
Menu Highlights: baked oysters, lobster fettuccine, chicken fried chicken and waffle, duck fat doughnuts.
$45, Book now on Resy.

The Southern Steak & Oyster
A bustling downtown steakhouse specializing in shuck-to-order oysters and meats – cooked on a hickory wood-fired grill – The Southern is offering a three-course prix fixe for Valentine’s Day.
Menu Highlights: white bean soup with fennel bacon, roasted bone-in chicken with mushroom risotto, haricots verts, cipollini onions, and raisin-pine nut agrodolce; wood-fired filet with whipped potatoes and sugar snap peas; chocolate mousse cake with cherry cream filling and kirsch cherry jam.
$65, Book now on Resy.

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