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Calling Cupid!

Valentine's Day spots in San Diego for 2013


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Cafe Chloe
Cafe Chloe | Photo by Kelly Fitzgerald

Downtown

Bice Ristorante — From February 14-17, choose between delectable options on a set menu. ($56; guests dining at 5PM and 9PM receive a complimentary glass of Moscato with dessert.)
Winner! San Diego Magazine Best Happy Hour 2012 (Critic's Pick)

Donovan’s Steakhouse – Enjoy a 3-course dinner at Donovan’s Steakhouse or the chef’s feature for two including a bottle of wine. ($100/person or $135/person with wine)
Winner! San Diego Magazine Best Steakhouse, 2010, 2011 and 2012

The Melting Pot – From February 8-17, The Melting Pot is offering a 5-course fondue dinner -- choose from either the main dining room or a private booth for two. ($75-$110/person)

US Grant Hotel – Book the US Grant Hotel’s Romancing the Epicure package for a one-night stay, welcome cocktails, tickets to the Natural History Museum, featuring the Chocolate Exhibit and an interactive dessert experience. (from $414/night)

The Westin Gaslamp Quarter – Book a night to remember in the heart of downtown’s Gaslamp Quarter.  The hotel is conveniently located near shopping, museums and restaurants.

Blue Point Coastal Cuisine – Blue Point Coastal Cuisine is offering a special “Best of Blue Point” 3-course menu on Valentine’s Day. ($69/person)

The Oceanaire Seafood Room – On Valentine’s Day, the Oceanaire Seafood Room is offering a 5-course dinner menu with wine pairings available for an additional charge. ($85/person)
Winner! San Diego Magazine Best Seafood, 2010

Café Chloe — For Valentine’s Day at Café Chloe, enjoy a 3-course pre-fixe “Lovers Lunch” or a 4-course pre-fixe dinner that brings French culture to East Villlage. ($35/person and $70/person)
Winner! San Diego Magazine Best Service, 2011

Cowboy Star — Cowboy Star offers contemporary American cuisine with a cowboy flare.  The restaurant creates a western setting with exposed beam ceilings‚ cowboy accents‚ and classic landscape photography.
Winner! San Diego Magazine Best Steakhouse, 2011

RA Sushi Bar — Does your Valentine love sushi?  RA will be offering V-Day themed rolls including the “For the Love of Lobster” dish.  A heart-shaped sushi rolled in pink soy paper.

National Comedy Theatre — The annual “House of Cards” performance will treat the audience to a married couple's significant milestones acted out before the crowd.  ($10/person)

Jsix -- February 15 through February 17, guests can enjoy a 4-course menu as part of a "Pick Your Valentine's Day." The menu offers a variety of options for each course. ($50 /person)

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