We're not the biggest fans of an outrageously pink and red, over-marketed, forced show of affection, but that doesn't mean you still can't celebrate Valentine's Day with some amazing food. If you've yet to figure out how you're eating for the "holiday," here are some ideas for you.
Chae: Modern Korean (5 courses, $75 per person)
Think "supper club" as the menu will be made up of items that will reflect Chae's modern korean style but you won't be able to get them any other time of year! Champagne toast to kick off the dinner and wine pairing with the remaining four courses. Seatings at 5:30 pm and 8 pm, make reservations at Chae's website.
Un-Valentine's Day Banquet, The Red Cup (5 courses, $55 per person)
Two big sellers here, it's okay to be single AND all vegetarian courses. BYOB or wine to pair with all the yums, seating at 6:30 and dinner at 7. Call or pop by to make reservations, 405.525.3430.
Ludivine (3 courses, $59 per person + $30 wine pairing option)
Can't make it on Sunday night? Ludivine will cover dinner plans on Saturday for you. Just remember that the wine pairing is optional and an additional charge. Call 405.778.6800 for reservations.
Musashi's ($90 per couple)
Maybe you can't do the weekend (or maybe you're trying to make it look like you can't go out on actual v-day)... Musashi's will be serving their Valentine's option for 2 throughout the week starting on Sunday the 14th. Make reservations at Musashi's website.