Pago, Liberty Heights Fresh, New Yorker 

Eat Your Heart Out: V-Day Dining

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At Pago, chefs Scott Evans and Michael Richey are cooking up a special Valentine’s Day menu offering a fixed-price three-course menu for $50 per person, plus tax and 18 percent gratuity. Suggested wine and beer pairings are available separately. Starters include scallop ceviche, caviar pillows and foie gras torchon.

For main dishes, items such as roasted Maple Leaf Farms duck breast, Niman Ranch New York steak, halibut cheeks and Christiansen Farms pork chops will be available. For dessert, Pago is serving preserved lemon and ricotta crepes or Amano chocolate soufflé. For reservations, call 801-532-0777. Pago is located at 878 S. 900 East and online at PagoSLC.com

Liberty Heights Fresh can meet all your Valentine’s Day needs, from a dozen red roses ($44.95 pre-ordered) to a complete dinner for two, available for pickup Feb. 12-14. The Valentine’s dinner for two is priced at $149.00, or $159.00 with a dozen roses, and includes a handtied flower bouquet, cheese course, main courses of seared Chateaubriand for two or poulet rouge roasted with truffle butter; a side dish of blanched and sautéed organic rainbow carrots with organic thyme; watercress salad with preserved lemon; and a mini chocolate cake with cherry compote for dessert. Liberty Heights Fresh is located at 1290 S. 1100 East. Phone 801- 58-FRESH to place orders or visit online at LibertyHeightsFresh.com.

Chef Will Pliler at the New Yorker is featuring a three-course prix fixe dinner available Feb. 12-14 for $32 per person. Valentine’s Dinner at the New Yorker includes a choice of Caesar salad, Roma tomato, mozzarella and avocado salad, or crab-stuffed portabello mushroom for starters. Entrée choices include chicken piccata, filet of Atlantic salmon a la nage, and a 6-ounce filet mignon with asparagus and Dungeness crab béarnaise sauce. For dessert, there’s black turtle sundae or Tahitian vanilla creme brulée. The New Yorker is at 60 Market St. Make reservations at 801-363-0166 or online at GINC.com.

Quote of the week: Without bread, without wine, love is nothing.—French proverb

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