Valentine's Day Reservations
1789 Restaurant Bringing together modern, local ingredients and old country charm, 1789 is offering a shortened version of their full menu, including sustainable seafood, like lobster from Rock Hill, Maryland, and dry aged beef from the Shenandoah Valley Beef Co-Op.
Bistrot Lepic The “Grand Little” restaurant in upper Georgetown serves up classic French cuisine, with an extensive wine bar. The Valentine’s Day menu features duck, lamb, seafood, and a vegetarian option alongside a range of appetizers, with an optional cheese course. Starting at $69.95 per person.
Sea Catch Restaurant Overlooking the Chesapeake & Ohio canal, Sea Catch provides a more casual atmosphere. They are serving up a four-course prix fixe dinner menu featuring some of their famous seafood, at $75 a person. All weekend couples can enjoy an ‘aphrodisiac starters kit,’ for $30, including two glasses of Prosecco and a dozen oysters.
Bistro Francais Dine on classic French cuisine and homemade pastries at the award-winning Bistro Francais. Open until 3a.m. on Valentine’s Day, the award winning restaurant is offering a three course special menu all weekend long, as well as their a la carte menu.
Bourbon Steak Just off the lobby of the Four Seasons, Bourbon Steak is a classic steak and seafood with a modern twist, all envisioned by James Beard award winner, Michael Mina. For $95 a person, Bourbon Steak offers a three-course meal that includes soup or salad, a selection of entrees and fabulous desserts.
Café Milano A favorite of celebrities, the famed Italian restaurant will be serving their complete a la carte menu as well as a four course prix-fixe tasting menu, starting at $75 per person. Also, enter for a chance to win round trip airfare for two to Italy!
Blues Alley If you are in the mood for a show on Valentine’s Day, check out Blues Alley’s dinner and a show package featuring Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Jerry “The Iceman” Butler. $100 per person.
Paolo’s Ristorante Traditional Italian made California fresh, Paolo’s is known for its pizza and pasta. Featuring a three-course prefixed menu, $100 per couple, add a bottle of Stellina Prosecco or Poema Cava for just $25 more.
A melting pot of Mediterranean foods, Neyla’s three-course prix fixe menu includes steak, lamb, sea bass, and a vegetarian option along with a starter and dessert. For $75 a person, chocolate dipped strawberries and a glass of champagne are complimentary.
Morton’s The renowned steakhouse will be serving their full dinner menu, as well as offering a steak and lobster special for only $49.95. Also, check out their Valentine’s Day cocktail, The Red Velvet. The cocktail and steak and lobster menu are available Feb. 13-16.