Among the things you probably associate with February 14, it’s usually safe to mention chocolate, flowers, wine, the color red, and overpriced dinners. What’s it about Valentine’s Day that makes so many of us suddenly willing to spend way more than we normally would on a meal? Turns out you really don’t need to do this to impress your partner. Many popular restaurant chains offer Valentine’s Day deals for all budgets.
If you’re guessing that everyone wants to spend a lot of money on Valentine’s Day, you’re wrong. According to a survey of around 1,000 men and women by a data site called Popmenu, it depends. Overall, men are more willing to spend big bucks on a gourmet meal, while women prefer to eat in or hang out somewhere casual. Men are good at spending $100 or more while women would be ok with spending less than $50.
So if you’re dreading the price tag for that Valentine’s Day meal but still want to treat your loved one to a great dinner, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up 10 restaurant deals for Valentine’s Day that will allow you to indulge in great, bill-free dining that will take away the magic of the moment. And these Valentine’s Day restaurant promotions aren’t at obscure eateries either — they’re your go-to spots, so you can count on the food and the whole experience.
Plus, for those looking for ideas to surprise a loved one at home, here are 8 amazing Valentine’s Day treats you can get at Costco.
If you’re looking for a really casual Valentine’s Day affair, Popeyes has you covered. From today until February 19. When you buy a sandwich combo, you get another sandwich for free when you use the Popeyes app or Popeyes.com to order.
Guess which lovebirds/lobster lovers? Lobsterfest is back just in time for Valentine’s Day! And this time there is a new twist. According to a press release from the restaurant, the promotion will include the new “Date Night Feast for Two,” which consists of “two butter-poached Maine lobster tails, two seven-ounce sirloins, two jumbo grilled shrimp skewers, and a Bacon shareable Mac & Cheese. Plus, a choice of side for each guest.”
OK, so $179 for two people isn’t a bargain, but if you want a good steakhouse meal that’s at least a little less than you’d normally pay, there’s some value in the meal from the Morton’s three-course Valentine’s Day, which also comes with desserts. And while you’re at it, try the Love in Bloom cocktail, too. (Yes, it’s extra.)
The Melting Pot does Valentine’s Day well, we have to say. From 2/11 to 2/14, you can reserve a meal for two accompanied by roses on the table. And this meal consists of five courses: a starter, a cheese fondue, a salad, a starter and a dessert. It’s not cheap at $120 per person, but each guest gets a $25 voucher for a future Melting Pot meal.
If you and your lover love steak so much but not nearly a $200 meal, then Outback is the place to be on 2/14/23. Or the 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th or 13th, also, FYI. Any of these days you can enjoy the chain “4-Course Celebration for Two” which consists of grilled prawns as a starter, a choice of salads, a choice of several starters and a piece of cheesecake for dessert.
Coming in at almost $20 cheaper than Morton’s Valentine’s Day “deal”, this special for two from Ruth’s Chris is almost actually good value – in the context of an upscale steakhouse. , anyway. The meal, available from 02/10/23 to 02/19/23, consists of two starters, a starter for two, side dishes and desserts for two.
Bertucci’s is offering great value for its Valentine’s Day meal with a $40 deal for two. It consists of a salad, a main course and a dessert, and what’s more, the meal is the same price whether eaten in the restaurant or ordered to take away.
The price is the same, but the pie is something special. This Valentine’s Day, each Donatos location will feature a heart-shaped pizza on the chain’s signature crispy thin crust, according to a press release via PR Newswire. The statement added that the channel is also debuting “Valentine’s Twists,” which are “sweet, delicious twists to pull apart…served warm, drizzled with vanilla frosting and topped with Valentine’s Day sprinkles.”
Assuming your date isn’t the pretentious kind, then why not take advantage of White Castle’s Valentine’s Day special, which is back for 2023 after a two-year hiatus? Available only from mid-afternoon to evening from 2/14/23, and by reservation, the meal includes white chateau classics like sliders as well as specialties like cheesecake on a stick.
Pizza lovers can do very well at CPK on Valentine’s Day or even a little before. The chain will be running a great promotion starting Feb. 9 that will run through Feb. 14 where, for $40, diners can get an appetizer, two entrees, and a dessert. And the wine is cheaper than normal when ordered under this “Sweet Deal for Two”. (There’s also a $50 option with different apps, entrees, and desserts.)
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