Alright, this is it, this is the last time we will give you any suggestions for Valentine's Day. Yesterday, we gave you a last look at the previous Eater's Digest suggestions, but we accidentally left a couple good ones out. Here are three more places you might want to snag a reservation at.
The Farm at South Mountain will be hosting a romantic Valentine's Picnic in The Grove Sunday February 13th. Start with a cheeseboard for two and then choose from a mesquite grilled roasted turkey or pesto chicken salad sandwich served with a side salad and split a jumbo red velvet cupcake. Lunch is served with iced tea or lemonade or bring your own bottle of wine. Seating times at 11:15 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. $75 per couple plus 20% gratuity. FYI --Today is the last day to make reservations. Call 602-243-9081
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J&G Steakhouse will be offering a special 4-course tasting menu from February 11th through February 14th. The mouthwatering menu features black truffle and comte cheese fritters, arugula and Boston lettuce salad with mustard vinaigrette or crab toast with lemon aioli, Maine lobster with baby beets and a crystallized ginger vinaigrette or grilled filet mignon with gingered shiitake mushrooms, soy caramel sauce, asparagus and mashed potatoes, and warm chocolate cake with caramel ice cream for dessert. $68 ++ per person. Call 480-214-8000 for reservations.
And how could we have forgotten Scottsdale's Petite Maison? The French bistro is serving up a romantic 4-course menu that covers the luxury food spectrum with lobster, caviar, veal, foie gras and strawberries. $75 ++ per person, $25 more for wine pairings. Reservations are required. Call 480-991-6887.
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