Frequently listed as the best restaurant in Oklahoma City, the Coach House offers an authentic fine dining experience in an elegant setting. On Valentine's Day, the professional staff will go all out to make you and your beloved feel special. Your meal will be served in a warmly lit dining room, on fine china set on a crisp linen tablecloth. On the menu for Valentine's Day: lobster ravioli with smoky swiss chard and porcini crusted scallop, or seared beef tenderloin. For dessert, expect something that's super special and very chocolatey.
How about dining in a castle on Valentine's Day? Originally constructed as a home, this impressive structure is now the site of one of OKC's best-loved restaurants — just 15 minutes from Springs at May Lakes. Serving European-influenced fare, Castle Falls frequently ranks on lists of the 100 top romantic restaurants in the country. On tap for Valentine's Day weekend is a special menu, headlined by filet of beef tenderloin and broiled lobster.
Located on the 49th floor of the Devon Tower, Vast is notable for its thrilling view of the Oklahoma City skyline, attentive staff, pleasing atmosphere and excellent food. For Valentine's Day, enjoy a four-course dinner, with the option of a special wine pairing. Be sure to top off the meal with the chef's special dessert.
You couldn't ask for a more romantic setting than Paseo Grill. Located in the Paseo Arts District, the restaurant is known for its intimate atmosphere, enhanced by curtained tables and low lighting. The restaurant is casual, but features sophisticated food options — including prime beef and fresh fish — as well as distinctive salads. The wine selection is ample, and the dessert selection enticing.
The ambience is just right for romance at this Bricktown bistro, serving "elevated" American fare and an abundant selection of wines. For Valentine's Day, there's a four-course dinner, featuring entrees of chicken breast and chicken leg confit, pan-seared sea bass, New York strip and pan roasted duck.
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