Four Awesome Food Events this Weekend: Valentine's/Singles Awareness Day Edition

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What better way to show that special someone just how much he or she is loved this Valentine's Day than with a romantic brunch or dinner out? We've compiled a few suggestions, any one of which would be a nice way to acknowledge this person that life has inexplicably adhered to your good side.

During the 18th century, Saint Valentine's keys were given to lovers as tokens, symbolizing the giver's desire that his or her heart be unlocked. While romantic, such gestures cannot compare to the modern day tradition of wining and dining. Because nothing acts like bolt-cutters to the heart like a four course meal. At LARK on the Park, an enticing parade of dishes is planned in celebration of V-Day, with mains like duck confit and porterhouse steak, and desserts of dark chocolate terrine and orange cake with cream cheese mousse. The cost is $85 per person. Optional wine pairings will be available for an additional $45. For reservations and additional information, call 214-855-5275.

What it be: Valentine's at LARK on the Park 

When it do: Seatings at 5, 6, 7:30 and 9:15 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13, and Sunday, Feb. 14

Where dat is: 2015 Woodall Rogers Freeway


"I love you" just sounds all the more sincere when it is said between bites of pork belly. Let Meddlesome Moth's four course dinner do the talking for you: Choose fried oysters or spring rolls for the first course, lobster fra diavolo or mache and radicchio salad for the second, and pork belly, cod cooked with little neck clams, or orange-glazed short rib for your main. End things on a sweet note with espresso tart, rasberry linzer or mango passion fruit cake. The cost is $90 per person. For additional information and to reserve a table, call 214-628-7900.

What it be: Valentine's at Meddlesome Moth

When it do: Seatings at 5, 7 and 9 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14

Where dat is: 1621 Oak Lawn Ave.


Take your love to the pub for Capitol Pub's Valentine's Day brunch. The Pub will feature their weekly brunch menu, with favorites like chicken and waffles, steak and eggs, and lox and bagels, in addition to a few special items like eggs Florentine and chocolate-dipped bacon. Drink specials include a $6 Deep Ellum Cherry Chocolate Stout and half-price Zonin Prosecco. For reservations, call 214-887-9330 or email amy@capitolpubdallas.com.

What it be: Valentine's Brunch at Capitol Pub

When it do: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14

Where dat is: 2401 N. Henderson Ave.


Greenville Avenue Pizza Company is providing an all-inclusive pizza eating experiencing with their two-day event. On Sunday, couples can enjoy heart-shaped pizzas and two mini bottles of Champagne. On Monday, in recognition of Singles Awareness Day (SAD), lonelies can come in and cry their way through a broken-heart-shaped pizza and two mini bottles of Champagne. But have heart, singles, for as long as there is melted mozzarella in this world, you shall never truly be alone. 

What it be: Valentine's and Singles Awareness Day at Greenville Avenue Pizza Company 

When it do: 11-12 a.m., Sunday Feb. 14 and 11-1 a.m. Monday, Feb. 15

Where dat is: 1923 Greenville Ave.


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