55 Valentine’s Day deals and specials at Tampa Bay restaurants (2024)

Love is in the air for Valentine’s Day. Here is a list of 55 places you can treat your valentine to dinner and drinks.

American Social Bar and Kitchen: Share a romantic chateaubriand for two with two sides ($99). Finish off the night with red velvet cake ($12). Top it with a strawberry liquor pour for $3 more. Drink specials include a Rosa 75 ($20) and two shots of Komos XO ($200). Available Feb. 8-14. 601 S. Harbour Island Blvd., Tampa. 813-605-3333.

Ocean Prime: Ocean Prime is offering a special of broiled Chilean sea bass with Maine lobster ravioli in a lemon Parmesan beurre blanc with asparagus and pea shoots, finished with Calabrian chili oil ($72). Or, try king crab legs and asparagus (market price). Available Feb. 8-17. 2205 N. West Shore Blvd., Tampa. 813-490-5288.

Tiff’s Treats: A variety of sweet packages are available to order. The “Valentine Sugar and Sparkle” package includes one dozen cookies of your choice, a Kendra Scott Juliette pendant necklace, Valentine’s Day packaging and a balloon ($88). The “Valentine Cookies and Cupcakes” package includes one dozen cookies, one “Baked by Melissa” bite-sized six-pack, Valentine’s Day packaging and a balloon ($43). The “Classic Valentine” package includes one dozen cookies, Valentine’s Day packaging and a balloon ($33). The “I Love You” pack includes one dozen cookies, “Love” packaging and a balloon ($32). “Cupid’s Sweet Combo” includes one dozen cookies, four brownies, a pint of ice cream, Valentine’s Day packaging and a balloon ($56.50). 2121 N. Massachusetts Ave., Tampa. 813-934-7900.

Maritana: The Don CeSar’s restaurant is offering an elegant three-course prix fixe menu with a romantic touch. First course includes choice of pasta and lobster, tuna crudo and burrata with pears. Second course includes choice of roast duck, red snapper and “Brasato al Barolo.” Third course includes choice of chocolate raspberry mousse and honey tea cake ($180). Seatings available from 5:30-9 p.m. Feb. 14. 3400 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach. 727-360-1882.

Acropolis Greek Taverna: Acropolis is offering a romantic candlelight three-course dinner for two with live entertainment ($100). It includes burrata salad, octopus ceviche, avocado hummus and calamari friti; choice of filet mignon, Chilean sea bass or stuffed chicken; and creme brulee. Seatings at 5, 7 and 9 p.m. Feb. 14. 3023 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa. 813-877-8200.

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Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar: The three-course prime surf and turf for two features a 28-ounce bone-in New York strip and a 6-ounce filet mignon paired with two crab-stuffed lobster tails ($230). Individuals can also get a three-course meal with a filet mignon and crab-stuffed shrimp ($105) or Chilean sea bass ($100). The Valentine’s Day co*cktail is a gin-based Berry Basil Bliss ($17). Available Feb. 8-19. 4322 W. Boy Scout Blvd., Tampa. 813-874-9463.

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HEW Parlor and Chophouse: The Fenway Hotel’s restaurant is offering special dishes including Kaluga and Prime Smoked (market price), creamy langostino and pappardelle (market price) and grilled Duroc chop ($52). Available 5-9:30 p.m. Feb. 14. 453 Edgewater Drive, Dunedin. 727-683-5990.

Currents Restaurant: Valentine’s Day at Currents consists of a four-course menu. First course features baked Brie, grilled shrimp, escargot and octopus. Second course features signature salad and clam chowder. Third course features lobster ravioli, filet mignon, ratatouille and Chilean sea bass. Fourth course features chocolate-covered strawberries, creme brulee cheesecake and chocolate torte. Seating choices are $89 general, $99 window booth and $129 private dining. Seatings at 5, 7 and 9 p.m. Feb. 14. 200 E. Tarpon Ave., Tarpon Springs. 727-940-5377.

Bon Appetit: Enjoy a four-course Valentine’s Day dinner at Dunedin’s waterfront restaurant. Chef Cruz Pantoja is offering up choice of lobster bisque, seared tuna or steak tartare; salad; choice of filet mignon, sea bass, lobster tail, duck breast and rack of lamb; and choice of raspberry cheesecake and chocolate mousse ($99). 148 Marina Plaza, Dunedin. 727-733-2151.

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Latitude 28: The Mediterranean restaurant at JW Marriott Clearwater Beach Resort and Spa is serving up a surf and turf special. It consists of Lebanese spiced filet, lobster, potato Espuma, carrot puree, truffle demi, Maitake flower and herb butter ($75). 691 S. Gulfview Blvd., Clearwater Beach. 727-677-6000.

Rene’s Mexican Kitchen: This five-course dinner includes goat cheese and caviar tostaditas, carne seca and fideo little soup, choice of lamb T-bone chops or bourbon-brined double-thick Berkshire pork chop, filet mignon with bone marrow taco and coffee liqueur chocolate mousse ($85). Available 5-8 p.m. Feb. 14. 4500 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa. 813-500-2510.

Maggiano’s Little Italy: Maggiano’s is serving up special menu items including shrimp Parmesan, bone-in veal Parmesan, salmon Oscar and chocolate hazelnut cheesecake. 203 Westshore Plaza, Tampa. 813-288-9000.

Casa Santo Stefano: In addition to the regular menu, specials include baked/stuffed clams ($16), shrimp and Maine lobster risotto ($38) and cheesecake with espresso ganache ($10). Available during regular hours Feb. 14. 1607 N. 22nd St., Tampa. 813- 248-1925.

Ulele: In addition to the regular menu, specials include shrimp ceviche ($15), filet mignon with lobster ($64), mixed seafood bouillabaisse ($45) and vanilla custard chocolate cake ($12). Available during regular hours Feb. 14. 1810 N. Highland Ave., Tampa. 813-999-4952.

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Metro Diner: Metro Diner says love with strawberries. Specials include strawberry shortcake bread pudding ($5.49), strawberry shortcake waffle ($10.49), strawberry shortcake pancake ($10.49) and a Pretty in Pink mimosa ($4.39). For a location near you, go to metrodiner.com.

Columbia Restaurant: In addition to the regular menu, specials include grilled Ecuadorian prawns ($19), baked stuffed Maine lobster ($54), pastry-wrapped grouper ($38) and olive oil pound cake ($11). Available during regular hours Feb. 14. For a location near you, go to columbiarestaurant.com.

St. Pete Cellars: Set menu of five courses featuring local products, produce and seafood ($120 per person). Full meal served as a shared couple. 1501 22nd St. N., St. Petersburg. 727-430-8678.

Carrabba’s Italian Grill: Carrabba’s wants you to “share your love” with a customizable four-course menu for two ($65). It includes a shareable appetizer, choice of soup or salad, choice of entree and a sharable dessert. Available Feb. 8-18. For a location near you, go to carrabbas.com.

Bonefish Grill: Guests can indulge in specials including grilled filet with shrimp and scallops, black cod with spinach and crab and a vodka-based Enchanted Rose martini. For a location near you, go to bonefishgrill.com.

Noble Crust: All three Noble Crust locations are serving up bronzed salmon with garlic whipped potatoes and steak frites. For a location near you, go to noble-crust.com.

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JW Marriott Clearwater Beach Resort and Spa Beachfront: Indulge in a five-course dinner at a private beachfront table for two ($648, $800 with beverage pairing). First course features Kaluga fusion caviar pearl spoon. Second course is a bread service. Third course is smoked burrata. Fourth course is choice of Lebanese spiced beef filet, mint-crusted lamb or Lebanese spiced cauliflower steak. Fifth course is a “Scan Me Strawberry.” 691 S. Gulfview Blvd., Clearwater Beach. 727-677-6000.

Haven: Haven is offering a five-course tasting menu ($125). Each course has a choice of two items. A wine pairing has been preselected for each dish ($60 five glasses). 2208 W. Morrison Ave., Tampa. 813-258-2233.

The Pearl: The Pearl is adding a filet with potato gratin ($59) and salmon with pea puree and colossal crab ($45) to the menu. 823 Water St., Tampa. 813-709-7776.

Pier Teaki: The Sweetheart Package includes two hours of private hut rental, a charcuterie board, chocolate-covered strawberries and a bottle of champagne ($150). 800 Second Ave. NE, St. Petersburg. 727-513-8325.

Flor Fina: Hotel Haya’s restaurant is offering a four-course Valentine’s Day special. First course features choice of roasted oysters or carrot and peanut bisque. Second course is choice of French onion Agnolotti and crawfish mac and cheese. Main course features duck five ways ($125), vegan sausage en croute ($85), Chilean sea bass ($105) and chateaubriand for two ($210). Dessert is choice of chocolate mousse tart or raspberry dacquoise. Available 5-10 p.m. Feb. 14. 1412 E. Seventh Ave., Tampa. 813-462-9660.

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Firehouse Subs: Take your sweetheart to Firehouse Subs for a free medium sub with the purchase of any medium or large sub, chips and a drink. Dine-in only Feb. 14-19. For a location near you, go to firehousesubs.com.

Palm Court Italian Grill: In addition to the regular menu, the TradeWinds Island Grand’s restaurant is offering two special menu items from 5:30-9 p.m. Feb. 14. Items include ribeye with buttered mushrooms, mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables ($48) and salmon over lobster and crab stuffed ravioli in lobster sauce with seasonal vegetable ($42). Both come with chocolate tort. 5500 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach. 727-363-2358.

Rumfish Grill: In addition to the regular menu, the Rumfish Beach Resort’s restaurant is offering two special items from 5-10 p.m. Feb. 14. Items include beef tenderloin with twin lobster tails ($135) and a raspberry martini ($15). 6000 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach. 844-786-3474.

Teak: The St. Pete Pier’s restaurant will be serving beef short ribs ($34), beef tenderloin ($46), Tuscan chicken ($28), salmon ($34), mahi mahi ($33), cavatelli ($25) and seafood linguini ($34). From Feb. 9-18, they will also have a prix fixe menu ($75) with choice of halibut or venison loin. 800 Second Ave. NE, St. Petersburg. 727-513-8325.

Tijuana Flats: Love is in the air with a two-for-$14 offer on classic entrees including salads, double steak cheesy tacos, burritos, dos tacos, chimichangas, quesadillas, flautas, bowls and nachos. Available during business hours Feb. 14. For a location near you, go to tijuanaflats.com.

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Duffy’s Sports Bar and Grill: Duffy’s is serving up a surf and turf of top sirloin and lobster tail ($31.99) or twin lobster tails ($33.99). Both are served with choice of two sides. Available Feb. 14. The holiday drink special, which is available daily Feb. 1-14, is a strawberry shortcake martini ($8). 1580 N. Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa. 813-875-7340,

Elevage SoHo Kitchen and Bar: The Epicurean Hotel’s restaurant is offering seven curated holiday menu items, in addition to the regular menu. Items include poached oysters, foie gras torchon, ricotta ravioli, porcini-dusted pheasant, grilled branzino, bone-In New York strip for two and flourless red velvet cake for two. All diners receive a complimentary glass of sparkling wine, and dessert is on the house for couples married 20 years or longer. Available 5-10 p.m. Feb. 14. 1207 S. Howard Ave., Tampa. 813-999-8726.

Sal Y Mar: The rooftop bar is having a three-course Valentine’s Day dinner ($150 two). Dinner includes choice of salad, ceviche or tuna tataki, choice of filet and lobster or New York strip Oscar, choice of shared side and a dessert. Available 5-10 p.m. Feb. 14. 3650 Midtown Drive, Tampa. 813-692-3330.

Fazoli’s: Treat your sweetie to a free piece of cheesecake or Italian cream cake with any entree purchase. 238 W. Alexander St., Plant City. 813-441-4260.

The Dan: Downtown Tampa’s restaurant is offering a three-course prix fixe menu ($65) featuring scallop risotto, lobster, ribeye and more. Available 5 p.m. to close Feb. 10-11 and 14. 905 N. Florida Ave., Tampa. 813-318-9719.

Allelo: The Mediterranean-Aegean restaurant is offering at four-course meal for $120 per person. Wine pairing available for $70 per person. Additional add-ons include a flower arrangement, bottle of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label or Rose. 300 Beach Drive NE, St. Petersburg. 727-851-9582.

Kona Grill: Kona Grill has the “Perfect Pair.” It’s a filet and lobster tail surf and turf ($69). Top it off with a molten chocolate lava cake ($17). End the night with a Passion-Rita or a Cardi-Rita ($16 each). Available Feb. 12-18. 4134 W. Boy Scout Blvd., Tampa. 813-877-5938.

The Salty: The doughnut shop is offering a strawberry white chocolate heart ($4.50) and a heart-shaped traditional glazed doughnut ($3.50). Available Feb. 13-15. 1519 W. Swann Ave., Tampa. 813-550-2100.

Boulon Brasserie and Bakery: A French three-course meal featuring jumbo shrimp, beef Wellington and panna cotta. 1001 Water St., Tampa. 813-768-9988.

Ocean Hai: The Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach’s restaurant is serving a five-course dinner with lobster and wine pairings available. The drink special is a Cupid’s Dream milkshake (available with or without alcohol). Reservations required. 100 Coronado Drive, Clearwater Beach. 727-281-9544.

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Union New American: Valentine’s Day offerings include grilled octopus, dry-aged ribeye and caramel cream pie. 1111 N. West Shore Blvd., Tampa. 813-768-9989.

Classico Chophouse and Taproom: Brandon’s restaurant is offering a three-course menu including choice of salad and shrimp co*cktail, choice of shrimp and scallop pasta, strip steak and braised short ribs and dessert. 775 Brandon Town Center Drive, Brandon. 813-444-5188.

Ember Rooftop Lounge: Chef Scott Niemeier has curated a five-course sunset dinner featuring coconut shrimp, berry and goat cheese salad, scallops over pasta, beef tenderloin with lobster tail and dessert ($139). Check in at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 14. 15015 Madeira Way, Madeira Beach. 727-350-7300.

Caddy’s Waterfront Restaurant: Caddy’s is offering a four-course meal for two for under $50. For a location near you, go to caddys.com. Also available at Sculley’s Seafood Restaurant, 190 Boardwalk Place E., Madeira Beach, and Mad Beach Cantina, 13205 Gulf Lane, Madeira Beach.

Chateau Cellars: A four-course meal with a wine or champagne pairing for each course ($200). Available at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 13. 2009 N. 22nd St.. Tampa. 813-241-8587.

Fusion Resort: A buffet dinner under the stars with a complimentary glass of champagne and entertainment by Izzy Bradburn ($80). 290 107th Ave., Treasure Island. 727-300-6866.

Geo’s Lounge: A tasting of five wines from Caymus, each paired with a small dish, finishing with dessert. A Caymus rep will be in-house to teach guests about Caymus and raffle off some bottles of wine. $99. Available 6:30-10 p.m. Feb. 14. 1730 E. Seventh Ave., Tampa. 469-978-3889.

Capital Grill: A Valentine’s Day dinner featuring hand-carved steaks, champagne and house-made desserts. Reservations available 11:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Feb. 14. 2223 N. West Shore Blvd., Tampa. 813-830-9433.

Cipresso: Seminole Hard Rock’s Italian American restaurant will features a 12-ounce filet mignon with a half pound of king crab ($150). Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, 5223 Orient Road, Tampa. 813-627-8130.

Council Oak Steaks and Seafood: The American steakhouse at Seminole Hard Rock will offer a three-course Valentine’s Day prix fixe special ($175). The first course includes choice of a small Caesar or chopped salad. The second course includes choice of “Chateaubriand for Two” or a “Dover Sole for Two.” The third course features choice of shareable dessert. Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, 5223 Orient Road, Tampa. 813-627-7600.

Hard Rock Cafe: Menu specials include a Pure Passion Martini ($14), Surf and Turf ($38.95) and Sweetheart Sundae ($12.95). Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, 5223 Orient Road, Tampa. 813-627-7757.

Rise Kitchen and Deli: Valentine’s Day specials at Seminole Hard Rock’s casual eatery will be available from 4-10 p.m. Feb. 14 ($35). A cream of pumpkin bisque will be offered alongside Parmesan-panko-crusted Atlantic salmon with tropical salsa. Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, 5223 Orient Road, Tampa. 813-627-7625.

The Rez Grill: Seminole Hard Rock’s American grill with Southern soul will feature a seafood tower with Maine lobster, oysters, shrimp and lump crab ($100) and “Land and Sea” with a 24-ounce prime Porterhouse steak, shrimp scampi and Parmesan risotto ($125). Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, 5223 Orient Road, Tampa. 813-627-8120.

The Vinoy Resort: The Vinoy will celebrate both Galentine’s Day and Valentine’s Day. For Galentine’s Day, gather with friends for a History and High Tea Tour ($75) that delves into the resort’s past, featuring stories of U.S. presidents, celebrities and athletes, and its role as military housing in the 1940s. After the hourlong tour, indulge in a high tea with a rose toast on the Mezzanine. Available Feb. 13 only. For Valentine’s Day, enjoy a four-course “Savor the Romance” candlelit dinner featuring amberjack crudo, roasted winter beet salad, Amarone wine risotto and roasted beef tenderloin with diver scallops St Jacques ($130). Available at 7 p.m. Feb. 9-10, 14 and 16-17. 501 Fifth Ave. NE, St. Petersburg. 727-404-5251.

Miller’s Ale House: Miller’s Ale House is all about wings and dessert for Valentine’s Day. Get 24 wings ($23.99) or “The Mad Captain’s Triple Treasure” featuring a brownie topped with cake and mini-doughnuts ($19.99). For a location near you, go to millersalehouse.com.

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