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Valentine's Day Dinner: 10 Most Luxe Options in the Valley

BY Dominique Ziegler | January 22, 2018 | Feature Features

The most lavish dishes and restaurants in the city for a savory evening filled with romance, love and fine cuisine.
Scallops at Kitchen West Restaurant

Marcellino Ristorante: Dinner and Diamonds
Marcellino Ristorante has created a customized menu for a sumptuous evening filled with “Dinner and Diamonds”. For $2,000, you can enjoy a five-course dinner, paired with Chef Marcellino’s Elite Reserve wines. Dinner will also be combined with stunning 18K white gold hoop earrings with .5 carats of round brilliant cut diamonds set inside and outside allocated from Black, Starr & Frost, America’s first jeweler since 1810. In addition to the Valentine’s Day menu, Chef Marcellino has also created specials such as porcini fettuccine and wild boar chop to be purchased separately. For those who prefer to dine a casa, Marcellino offers 3-course “baskets of amore” to go from $95 to $115. 7144 E. Stetson Drive, Scottsdale, 480.990.9500

Prado: Omni Resort Restaurant
Prado, located in Omni Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Montelucia, is offering a romantic dining experience made up of a four-course menu and live music. The menu includes a plethora of dishes including lobster paella and bone-in prime filet. Starting at $105 per person, Prado also provides options of Spanish or sparkling wine pairings for $135 to $155 per person. 949 E. Lincoln Drive, Scottsdale, 480.627.3004

Elements Restaurant: Sanctuary, Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa
With breathtaking mountain views and renowned Food Network celebrity chef Beau MacMillan, couples can enjoy an evening filled with romance and palatable cuisine. Situated against Camelback Mountain in Paradise Valley, the restaurant will provide a Chef’s Amuse and a four-course meal featuring Maple Leaf Farm’s duck and baby beetroot and goat cheese tart. $125 per person. 700 E. McDonald Drive, Paradise Valley, 855.245.0251

Talavera Restaurant- Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale
Satisfy your palate with a taste of Spain this Valentine’s day with a tasting menu inspiring by the passionate country itself. Start off with tapas to share and end on a sweet note of chocolate Aztec macarons. Couples will leave feeling replete and content with a stronger sentiment of intimacy. $125 per person. 10600 E. Crescent Moon Drive, Scottsdale, 480.513.5085

Sassi encompasses the charismatic feel of an Italian villa with Sonoran Desert views and an elegant ambiance. The restaurant is one of the most romantic in the area and for the past 5 consecutive years has received AAA 4 Diamond Awards for distinctive fine-dining. The menu incorporates dishes such as eggplant braciole and delectable chocolate bomba. $169 per couple. 10455 E. Pinnacle Peak Parkway, Scottsdale, 480.502.9095

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