A slew of Park City’s famed restaurants, bars and lounges are serving date-night specials Feb. 14. Read on for the rundown, but be sure to check with each establishment for reservations or any last-minute changes. 
“Between the food, the service and the beautiful mountain setting, Park City and our restaurants are the perfect place for a special night this Valentine’s Day,” PCARA executive director Ginger Ries said.
Dinner specials
This upscale après-ski and dinner destination is serving a pair of delicious specials for Valentine’s Day, in addition to its regular raved-about menu: shrimp sautéed in lemon, garlic and olive oil served with house-made linguini; and baby spinach and arugula salad served with fresh berries, Shepherds Dairy goat cheese and blackberry champagne vinaigrette. 
Three-course prix fixe; $29/person
This locals’-favorite steakhouse is serving delicious classics this Valentine’s Day. Start with a selection of soup or beet salad with roasted red and yellow beets, mixed field greens, red onions, goat cheese, pine nuts and tarragon vinaigrette. Then enjoy a choice of filet mignon, elk filet or Mahi Mahi, followed by a shareable dessert of tiramisu. A wine pairing is also available.
Breakfast and lunch special
Whether you’re planning a special dinner or looking to keep things casual, Deer Valley Grocery~Café has a delectable Valentine’s Day special that’s sure to please. Enjoy a warm, homemade biscuit sandwich with a soft-poached egg, cotija cheese, avocado, fresh cilantro and Oaxacan chocolate mole sauce. It’s served with fresh berries and cinnamon cream for breakfast, or a side salad of arugula, shaved radish, heirloom cherry tomato and cilantro vinaigrette for lunch.
            FLANAGAN’S ON MAIN
            Three-course prix fixe, $99 for two
The beloved Irish pub is serving a shareable surf-and-turf. Start with butternut squash soup or house salad, followed by a 20-ounce Porter House steak with grilled jumbo shrimp, mashed potatoes and fresh veggies. Dessert is red velvet cake with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream.
Six-course tasting menu; $90/person, with $80/person optional wine pairing
Deer Valley Resort’s premier dinner destination is serving an unforgettable gourmet tasting menu. After an amuse bouche, enjoy shigoku oysters, followed by diver scallops with lobster crumble, salted caramel and popcorn; foie gras and waffles; and lamb saddle for two served with chorizo-turnip hash, charred tomato aioli and black garlic. Try the evening’s intermezzo, then enjoy a finale of cherry chocolate mousse for dessert.
Four-course prix fixe, $50/person with $23/person optional wine pairing.
This food and wine celebration opens with cognac mussels served with pancetta and cognac cream sauce, followed by wild spring mushroom ravioli, then Utah lamb T-bone with herbed new potatoes, roasted jumbo asparagus and pomegranate gastrique. Dessert is a Barolo Chinato cherry chocolate mousse, served with chocolate sponge cake, almond dacquoise and mousseline cream.  
Four-course prix fixe, $35/person
This Italian destination is serving its raved-about menu at a special price, with guests choosing an appetizer, their choice of soup or salad, choice of entrée and dessert. Champagne specials will also be on offer.
Courtesy of Graff Public Relations