Whether you’re spending Valentine’s Day with your SO or heading out on the town with the girls for Galentines, we found the most romantic spots, stops, and scenes in Dallas to include in your festivities. From dreamy patios to sweet dessert spots, we got you covered.
Located in the Harwood District of Dallas this historic school was originally built in 1927 but has since been transformed into a trendy “refined but casual atmosphere.” Saint Anne’s is open every day of the week and on Saturday and Sunday for brunch. Their iconic patio, green wall, string lights and rustic setting give the perfect ambience for a romantic night or just a fun night for the girls. With the most expensive entrée at $36 dollars, you’ll avoid breaking the bank and still getting the cutest pictures for your Insta.
If you are looking for something way more intimate and a tad bougee, Rise is the perfect fit for you. This semi-upscale restaurant is all about the soufflé and wine. They have duck soufflé, escargot soufflé and crème brulee for dessert. You can let bae know how much you love them under the twinkling lights wrapped around the tree that grows in the middle of the restaurant or out on their candlelight patio. Bon appetit les amoureux!
The Twilite Lounge located in Deep Ellum is one of those closely held Dallas-ite secrets that we just may not be ready to give up yet. This bar is great for you and your gals to have a chill night or could possibly make that awkward first date well, less awkward. This little gem features an outdoor patio, red plush booths, live music and a free retro jukebox. Try their signature frozen Irish Coffee well jamming to some tunes or just hang out for a while and enjoy the hipster blues.
The Dragon Fly restaurant is the perfect place for you and your honey to nab an excuse for a weekend getaway. The restaurant is a certified fine dining experience and is located in the iconic Hotel Zaza in Uptown. Fair warning, the yummy eats like the Calamari Salad and The Vegan you will be sure to cost you a pretty penny, but for the one you love anything is excusable. Just in case you can’t handle all the deliciousness for the ride home just hitch up for the night in one of their eclectically decorated and snapchat brag worthy rooms.
If you’re looking for something totally Texas with a Cali twist go for Cedar and Vine Community Kitchen. Their prices are sure to make your heart soar and so will their food. The owner is a native Texan and so is the Executive Chef and the Bar Manager. With open and airy seating throughout the restaurant this is a great place to have a casual and lax dinner with the ones you love on this Valentine’s Day Dallas 2018.
With these perfect Dallas spots in mind, you are bound to have a wonderful Valentines Day with your favorite person.
Photos Courtesy of: Saint Annes, Rise, Twilite Lounge, Hotel Zaza and Cedar &Vine