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Valentine's Day Dinner Round-Up Part 2 in Today's Eater's Digest

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Valentine's Day Deals
If yesterday's Valentine's Day dinner suggestions were a little out of your price range (even though nothing is too good for that special someone) we have some relief for your wallet in today's round-up. They may not be 5-star resorts, but you don't need 7 different forks to enjoy a good meal!

Take you sweetie out for a taste of the Arizona wild west at Bill Johnson's Big Apple. All Five locations are celebrating Valentine's Day with their 20oz Sweetheart Ribeye Steak. The heart-shaped steak is big enough for two and is served with salad and your choice of sides. The dinner special is just $25 ++ and will be served from 3 p.m. to close.

Enjoy an exotic three-course dinner on the patio at South Scottsdale's romantic Los Sombreros. Start your evening off with a cup of cream of cauliflower soup or an avocado salad then choose from one of four main course selections. Finish up with your choice of chocolate crepes, Kaluha creme brulee or plantanitos with Damiana liquor. Seating starts at 4 p.m. Monday, February 14th. $29.95++ per person. Call 480-994-1799 for reservations. 

For an inexpensive Tex-Mex Valentine's Day meal, reserve your table at Ninfa's Mexican Kitchen in Glendale. Their special pre-fixe dinner features your choice of surf and turf skewers, mole rubbed filet mignon, or mahi mahi with mexican grits. Entree will be served with soup or salad and your choice of dessert. Served February 11 through the 14th. $25.99++ per person. Call 623-561-9800

And finally, if you want to add a little swank to your evening minus the extravagant price tag, head downtown to Cheuvont's. Chef Ryan Rivera  has created a savory Valentine's Day weekend pre-fixe dinner which includes a wild mushroom soup or feta salad, choice of filet mignon or Poulet Roulade, dessert and a glass of Schramsberg Mirabelle Brut Rose. $45++ per person. Seating is limited. Reservations are required. 602-307-0022


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