It’s been hard to celebrate holidays for the past few years, but Valentine’s Day may be one of the holidays that suffered the most. When you think of this romantic holiday, you think of date nights with handsome suits, beautiful dresses, and dinners at fancy restaurants where servers wait on you hand and foot. It’s been hard to do that but as things have slowly changed back, this is the year to get back to celebrating our love for each other. With the holiday just around the corner, it’s time to make reservations for Valentine’s Day dinner.
Don’t wait till the last minute, and don’t forget! Make that special someone in your life happy with the night out you both could use at Kevin’s Bar & Restaurant.
Valentine’s Day Dinner Begins With a Starter to Share
On Valentine’s Day, you can begin with a starter to share before you move on to dinner. If you want to share, we have some recommendations for starters.
- Charcuterie – This may seem like cheating because it’s various foods you can both pick at, but why not go all out? Our charcuterie comes with NY Old Chatham Creamery three-milk gouda & chevre, black waxed cheddar, manchego, Piave, serrano ham, salami, prosciutto, grapes, dried figs, cherries, mini toasts & sour cherry preserve.
- Shrimp Cocktail – This shellfish is a classic finger food preserved in lemon cocktail sauce. This juicy seafood is easy to eat while trying to have a conversation. If you’re looking for something comfortable as a starter, this is a perfect pick.
- Oysters – Another classic shellfish finger food. The best thing about oysters is that it has a unique taste that you won’t get from charcuterie and shrimp cocktail. If you’ve been having a hankering, ask your waiter about our oyster availability.
Of course, not every couple wants to share food. For a more personal starter to eat yourself, we have plenty of options on our menu. There’s grilled Spanish octopus, crispy Spanish fritters, fried calamari, and duck confit & cranberry flatbread. While you can share fried calamari, we also know people love it too much to share!
What Should You Have For a Romantic Dinner?
While you can get something to share, we recommend getting your own dinners. You’re not going to want to share this food, and there are a lot of options to choose from. Whether you’re a fan of red meat, white meat, fish, shellfish, or vegetables, we got you covered with all the options.
- Shrimp & Scallop Sambuca
- Pan-Roasted Bronzino
- Ginger & Soy Salmon
- Veal Schnitzel
- Grilled Duroc Pork Chop
- Lemon & Herb Roasted Chicken
- Long Island Duck
- 8oz. Center Cut Filet Mignon
- 12oz. Strip Steak
- Steak Frites
That’s not all! Like we do for other holidays, we’re working on a special menu for Valentine’s Day dinner that we will be posting online as soon as it’s done! Follow our events page to get an early look!
Make a Reservation for Your Valentine’s Day Dinner
Valentine’s Day is not a holiday to wait until the last second to make reservations for. You want to call or make your reservation online as soon as you can!
For outdoor dining in our heated igloos, you have to make a separate reservation. Reserve your spot fast for these romantic outdoor dinners under the stars.