Three of Dallas’ best Valentine’s Day eateries for you and loved one

Three of Dallas’ best Valentine’s Day eateries for you and loved one
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Here in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, we’re so grateful around this wonderful time of year, because not all cities have as many options as we do when it comes to romantic date night restaurants. Throughout the year, we have a blast exploring the area with loved ones, but Valentine’s Day is different.

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to indulge in some traditional romance. It’s time to break out the fancy gifts and romantic dinners. If you’ve got your eye on someone special this Valentine’s Day, here are three of Dallas’ best restaurants for a romantic evening out.

  1. The Gallery Rooftop Lounge

We can’t think of anything more romantic this Valentine’s Day than dinner with a fantastic view. There’s something about the inherent nostalgia of being ‘above it all’ that can warm even the coldest of hearts. There’s a reason why it’s a cliché for people to say they enjoy “dinner on the roof.” This is where you bring a love interest and impress them with a fantastic view of the city.

All these factors make The Gallery a perfect for a romantic Valentine’s Day evening for you and a romantic interest of yours. The Gallery is known for its elegant décor, small plates, fantastic cocktails, and an infinity pool overlooking the city. This is a magical experience with an excellent view. The Gallery specializes in all the small plates and fancy cocktails you would expect for date night. You and your romantic interest can indulge yourselves in craft drinks and delicious bites. Also, The Gallery has a broad spectrum of vegetarian and gluten-free menu options, so that your date night is unaffected by dietary restrictions. Not only does The Gallery have a fantastic view, but the service always comes with the biggest smile. This is a nice place to bring someone for lighter fare and good drinks on Valentine’s Day or night.

  1. Henry’s Majestic

Alright, if all that fancy evening romance on the rooftop sounded a bit too high brow for your taste, we have many more options, and Henry’s is a great one for our couples who are a bit more daytime-oriented. If you are interested in someone new this Valentine’s Day, we think that inviting them to a brunch date is one of your best options, because everyone loves brunch. Henry’s is the brunch spot of your dreams. Henry’s and The Gallery make for very different dates obviously, but something they share is the opportunity to indulge like you may not get to normally, which makes for a fun date! You and your date can try one of the amazing dishes at either location. And we won’t judge for a little overindulgence. After all, it’s for Valentine’s Day!

  1. The Boiling Crab

Of course, we had to drop in a seafood-specific option, because a lovely seafood dinner is romantic! So, how about The Boiling Crab as a great option for some Valentine’s Day intimacy and excellent food? The Boiling Crab serves some of the finest seafood dishes we have in Dallas, specializing in head-on, hands dirty goodness. Get ready for a mess! The Boiling Crab is the best-of-both-worlds option between our first two options because they also serve lunch, so you can have your Valentine’s Day meal whenever it fits your schedule. However, one of the main reasons that The Boiling Crab is an perfectly romantic place to eat is its one-of-a-kind atmosphere. The Boiling Crab is styled to look like a vintage New England inn, which makes it a cute and quaint location for a romantic date with your Valentine.

How were thee Valentine’s Day restaurant options? We hope we were able to help! And wherever you go and whatever you do, we hope you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!