Valentine's Day Dinner Specials in Bloomfield

Still looking for the right Valentine's Day meal? Here's a round-up of some specials offered up in and around Bloomfield. Don't forget it's Tuesday.


It's still not too late to solidify those dinner plans for Valentine's Day, but time is running short. Here's a compilation of the local dinner deals at some of the area's most romantic spots that we've highlighted on Patch over the past week.

Enjoy a hummus with chicken appetizer, fattoush salad, one shrimp kabob, one shish tawook (chicken kabob), and one lamb kabob, rice, fresh baked bread with a side of their special garlic sauce, and baklava for dessert. Normally priced at $45.99, this special meal is only $39.99 on Valentine's Day, and

The will be Roast Prime Rib of Beef and Yorkshire Pudding. Some of the other classic main entrees, created by Chef John Somerville, include Black Grouper with Jasmine rice cake, shiitake mushrooms, edamame and wasabi caviar; Roasted Main Lobster with Bernaise sauce, glazed carrots, and Gruyère cheese potato gratin; and the classic favorite Rack of Lamb Genghis Khan with dauphinoise potatoes and glazed carrots.

Celebrate love in a romantic setting as Chef Travis Waynick . The cost is $150 per couple, tax and gratuity not included. Reservations are required and available by calling Northern Lakes at 248.646.7900.

Papa Romano's . The not-so-pie pizza comes with your choice of one topping and is packaged in a heart shaped box for $5.99. No coupon is necessary.

On Valentine's Day, they are offering a five course dinner for two for $99. Included in this special is a bottle of wine, an antipasto tray, house salad, a featured steak or seafood entrée, and dessert.


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