4 Restaurants Worthy of Valentine’s Day Dinner Reservations

Grey Ghost, Gold Cash Gold, and The Apparatus Room offer special menus for the holiday
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4 Restaurants Worthy of Valentine’s Day Dinner Reservations headerWith Valentine’s Day just days away, the time to make dinner reservations is now. We’ve rounded up the best places that are offering curated, culinary menus in the metro Detroit area for the holiday. From beef carpaccio to bourbon tastings, you’ll find a slew of options perfect to celebrate your significant other.


Grey Ghost

The New American fare restaurant is offering a five-course feast for $75 per person on Valentine’s Day. Dishes will include mushroom stroganoff ravioli, filet mignon, and a chocolate candy bar. Seating is at 4 p.m. and beverage pairings are optional. 47 Watson St., Detroit; 313-262-6534; greyghostdetroit.com

Gold Cash Gold

Local Chef Brendon Edwards is preparing a four-course bill of fare for Valentine’s Day weekend, Feb. 14 to Feb. 16. At $65 per person, with the option of a $30 wine pairing hand-selected by sommelier Rita Vasquez, patrons will be treated to saffron turmeric tortellini with pistachio and orange blossom water, burrata salad with tropical fruit and coconut pavlova, surf and turf with ribeye, and seared scallops with horseradish apple risotto. 2100 Michigan Ave., Detroit; 313-242-0770; goldcashgolddetroit.com

The Apparatus Room

Located in the Detroit Foundation Hotel, this trendy eatery has a prix fixe menu priced at $95 per person. Plates like the heritage bread, oysters, and roasted beet salad will be appetizer options, while entrees include a boneless short rib, filet of salmon, and scallops. 250 W. Larned St., Detroit; 313-800-5600; detroitfoundationhotel.com

Cork and Gabel

This Corktown location is serving to those who are looking for a casual yet exclusive dinner this Valentine’s Day. Their “Shot and a Beer” dinner is limited to 22 guests, and boasts a three-course menu that includes lobster bisque, roasted beet carpaccio, and prime cut wagyu, along with limited tastings of bourbon from the Woodford Reserve Master’s Collection. The “Romance” event, seating only 60 guests, will also include a three-course meal along with drinks available from the wine, beer and cocktail menu. 2415 Michigan Ave., Detroit; 313-638-2261; corkandgabel.com

What do you have planned for Valentine’s Day? Let us know in the comments below.


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