Looking for a place to treat your sweetheart (and celebrate Arizona's 108th birthday) on February 14? Get the details on the special Valentine's Day dinners and activities in Greater Phoenix, including performances, festivals, popups and more.
Looking to do something a bit more unconventional? Check out our picks for unique date spots.
This downtown Phoenix spot has a four course meal for you and your sweetheart, including scallop crudo, lamb rack, and white chocolate molten cake.
2 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix
The Hyatt Regency Scottsdale restaurant is sure to have a delectable Valentine's Day menu paired with an extensive wine list, but the true perk of this experience is the starlit gondola ride you can take along the resort's waterways.
Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch
7500 E. Doubletree Ranch Rd, Scottsdale
The recently revamped ZuZu at Hotel Valley Ho features a three course meal paired with a half bottle of Veuve Yellow Label. If that's not enough to impress your date, get a "Show Stopper" shake for two, followed by the V-Day After Dark party, featuring a DJ and dancing until midnight.
Price: $99 for dinner | $49.95 for party
This central Phoenix club, housed in a historic home, has a three course meal prepared for your valentine and you, as well as live music by J Forte Duo.
University Club of Phoenix
39 E Monte Vista Rd, Phoenix
Royal Palms Resort & Spa
5200 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix
Enjoy a panoramic view of Greater Phoenix and a five course meal, ranging from dishes like a Dungeness crab bisque to a tropical coconut sorbet.
Price: Starting at $109
This stylish Western restaurant has a three course prix fixe menu for you to enjoy, including roasted beet salad, mesquite grilled beef tenderloin, and chocolate raspberry bomb.
300 E Wigwam Blvd, Litchfield Park
Price: $75 for three course | $95 for four course
The Farish House
816 N 3rd St, Phoenix
5445 E Lincoln Dr, Paradise Valley
Boulders Resort & Spa Scottsdale
34631 N Tom Darlington Dr, Carefree
Downtown Phoenix's art-focused hotel and restaurant have three courses for Valentine's Day. Pick between dishes like roasted oysters with truffle froth, filet mignon, and red velvet chocolate lava cake.
Take your pick of each course for a three-course experience at Rico's, where you can dine by the fire or sit under the stars at the Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak.
Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort
7677 N 16th St, Phoenix
This new spot in downtown Phoenix, built on the old Circles Records, has a five course dinner created by four local chefs: Alex Olmos Axelson of Noi Cacao, Rene Chito of Ghost Ranch, Brent Kille of Sonoran Pasta Co., and Nick Rusticus of the soon to open Valentine.
800 N Central Ave, Phoenix
Enjoy a two hour sunset cruise on Peoria's Lake Pleasant, paired with a buffet style dinner, live music, and full bar. Make sure to get your tickets early, as this experience can sell out quickly.
Pleasant Harbor Marina
8708 W Harbor Blvd, Peoria
Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and recent UNESCO site is hosting a Valentine's Day evening with sommelier selected wine and chocolate samplings, live music in the acoustically refined space, and limited edition wine glasses and screenprinted Valentine's cards.
If your most romantic memories were in the early 70s, then you'll enjoy this homage to Carole King's 1971 best selling album "Tapestry." Performer Katherine Byrnes will sing all the hits from one of the greatest albums of all time as you enjoy a multi course meal, including a long stem red rose.
Whether you're spending your Valentine's Day with someone or by yourself, The Churchill is here for you. Downtown Phoenix's multi-concept space will have a dessert pop up and bar crawl, showcasing the finest local good and drinks.
901 N 1st St, Phoenix
Love is usually in the air, but for this special event, it's in the sea. As you and your date stroll through the aquarium, you'll get a five-course meal at food stations throughout the space, as well as live music, interactive games, and more.
Price: $70 for couples | $40 for individuals
OdySea in the Desert
9500 E Via de Ventura, Scottsdale
Cozy up by the fire on the Museum's sculpture garden patio and enjoy a glass of wine while hearing first-person love stories from couples and individuals selected from the community.
Can it get any more romantic than axe throwing? On Valentine's Day you and your significant other can get an hour of axe throwing with a glass of sparkling wine.
Get tango lessons to impress your date, followed by a three-course meal at Tranquilo and a Phantom of the Opera burlesque show.
What screams romance more than science? The science center opens after hours on Valentine's Day, featuring a planetarium presentation, heart dissections, a Prince laser show, and more.
Five-Time Grammy Nominee Karrin Allyson and her band will play two full sets of love songs (but it’s not for Lovers Only!!) Brazilian tunes, original material and blues.