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Six restaurants with a view for Valentine's Day in Las Vegas

Six Las Vegas restaurants offer great views and romantic fare on Valentine's Day

Top off your Valentine's Day celebration in Las Vegas by dining at a restaurant with a view.

Listed below are six places with amazing views of the city. Make your reservation ASAP; all are sure to book up soon.

—Sitting on the 56th floor of the Palms, the French-focused Alizé from Andre Rochat features a three-course dinner on Valentine’s Day, ending with a dessert trio, for $165 per person. Husband-and-wife team Mark Purdy and Tammy Alana handle the dinner and dessert here.

—Head 832 feet in the air at the highest restaurant in Las Vegas, Top of the World at the Stratosphere. The four-course dinner includes dishes such as seared scallops with a Riesling brown butter, grilled beef tenderloin with black truffle sauce and heart-shaped berry shortcakes to share. Land this $195 meal for two for lunch or dinner from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Bonus: The restaurant rotates 360 degrees every 80 minutes.

—Make it a trip to Paris with dinner inside a replica of the Eiffel Tower at Eiffel Tower Restaurant, which expects 25 wedding proposals on Valentine’s Day alone. The restaurant, 11 stories up at Paris Las Vegas, has a four-course dinner with choices such as a foie gras torchon, Atlantic loup de mer and chocolate mousse for $175 per person. Everyone gets a cauliflower egg with smoked yellowtail and caviar to start, and views of the Fountains at Bellagio are always on the menu here.

—French chef Alain Ducasse’s Mix on the 64th floor of the Delano features two seatings on Valentine’s Day. The later, and more popular, begins at 6:30 p.m. and features a four-course dinner for $120 per person with an optional wine pairing. The menu includes Dungeness crab salad, cod brandade, filet mignon Rossini with foie gras and black truffle sauce and a final heart to share. Do try to tear your gaze away from your loved one to see the view of the Strip to the north.

—While only on the third floor of the Cosmopolitan, Comme Ca still has a view of the strip below. The three-course menu, at $105 per person,  features French Kiss oysters with champagne mignonette, whole roasted Dover sole Grenobloise and a chocolate terrine with bing cherry sorbet and pistachio meringue. Try the special Valentine’s Day cocktail, dubbed L’Amore with Hendricks Gin, Lillet Blanc, lychee, lemon and a candied rose petal garnish.

—Head up to the 52nd floor of the Palms for Italian fare at Nove Italiano for $69 per person with an optional $45 wine pairing. Mushroom ravioli hearts in Alfredo sauce, shrimp Franchaise, pan-seared halibut and heart-shaped macaroons are some of the choices. Wines from Italy and California come with the pairing.

 

 

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