2024 Best Valentine's Day Restaurants in Twin Cities Area

Where to dine in Twin Cities for Valentine's Day

Many restaurants will be offering special menus for Valentine's Day, but we've rounded up the best of the best for February 14, 2024. Celebrate with your sweetie with food from one of GAYOT's Best Valentine's Day Restaurants in Twin Cities .

Contact each establishment for details. These selections are presented in alphabetical order.

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Afton House Inn
13/20
Find river-town romance, topnotch wine and flaming desserts at this historic inn near the St. Croix River. See More

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12/20
An Italian-American restaurant for grown-ups. See More

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Borough
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American cuisine and cocktails in the North Loop. See More
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Cafe Lurcat
13/20
Views of Loring Park and simply creative cuisine attract the beautiful people. See More

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The Capital Grille
13/20
A clubby atmosphere sizzles with money and meat. See More

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Ciao Bella
12/20
This suburban Italian mainstay offers fresh twists on familiar classics. See More

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Crave

American, Italian, Sushi
Crave
12/20
Upscale-casual dining in the city's top designer-label shopping mall. See More

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12/20
A warm and welcoming all-day destination near the Xcel Energy Center. See More

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Steakhouse, Brazilian, South American
Fogo de Chão
12/20
The Brazilian churrasco has arrived to downtown Minneapolis. See More

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Hell's Kitchen
13/20
Breakfast fare is elevated far beyond the ordinary at this funky, irreverent hotspot. See More

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