Antlers Lodge at the Hyatt Hill Country, 9800 Hyatt Resort Drive, (210) 520-4001 — Valentine’s dinner will be served 5:30 to 10 p.m. Feb. 14. The special menu begins with an amuse bouche followed by your choice of open-faced petite lobster rolls or chile-crusted antelope medallions. Prosciutto Wrapped Miniature Greens with Grilled Artichokes and Baked Goat Cheese will be served before your choice of cider-glazed rack of lamb, potato-wrapped grouper, Niman Ranch filet with pan-roasted morels or stuffed poblano chile with asparagus. Dessert is a dark chocolate mousse with almond-chocolate brownie and warm Belgian chocolate sauce. The price is $70 a person.
Crumpets, 3920 Harry Wurzbach, (210) 821-5454 — Celebrate Valentines on Feb. 13-14 with a special menu that includes appetizer, soup, dessert and choice of entree, including Breast of Chicken with Montrachet Sauce or Shrimp Lyonnaise ($44 each); Salmon Fillet, Beef Tenderloin or Veal Scaloppini ($55 each); or Lobster Tail with Garlic Butter, Rack of Lamb Provençal or Beef Tenderloin with Rossini Sauce ($68 each). You can also arrange to have breakfast-in-bed delivered to you for $28.50 a person and includes eggs Benedict, fresh fruit, orange juice, coffee, fresh European pastries and croissants, and a complimentary card and a fresh flower.
Cured, 306 Pearl Parkway, (210) 314.3929 — The Feb. 14 special features dinner for two with three courses for $120 per couple, or $180 with wine pairings. The first course includes Sweet Potato Brandade Fritters with Wild Arugula, Grapefruit and Warm Squash Bisque (Bread & Butter Chardonnay, Napa Valley). Next is Wagyu Ribeye for two from nearby Peeler Farms, served with Roasted Brassicas, Beef-Fat Fried Potatoes and three sauces (Obsidian Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley). For the sweet finale, indulge in Oyster Chocolate Stout Ganache with Hazelnuts, Smoked Caramel Ice Cream & Huckleberries (Graham Beck Brut Rosé, South Africa).
Josephine St. Café, 400 E. Josephine St., (210) 224-6169 — The Valentine’s special is available Feb. 12-14. Start with an iceberg wedge salad, topped with bacon, diced tomatoes the house-made chunky blue cheese dressing. Then order a 7-ounce bacon-wrapped filet. Choose any of the house-made desserts for your finale. The price is $22.95.
Kirby’s Prime Steakhouse, 123 N. Loop 1604 E., (210) 404-2221 — The four-course special menu for Feb. 14 is priced at $89.95 a person and includes these entree choices: New Zealand Red Buck Chop, Grilled Blue Ribbon Filet, Smoked or Grilled Rosewood Rib-eye, New York Strip, Chardonnay-Poached Atlantic Salmon, Pan-Seared Ahi Tuna and Australian Cold Water Lobster Tail. The dining room opens at 4 p.m. that day and those with reservations for before 5 p.m. will receive a $10 discount.
MAX’s Wine Dive, 340 E. Basse Road, (210) 444-9547 — Max’s Valentine’s dinner hours are 5 to 11:30 p.m. Feb. 14. The special is a three-course It’s Amore special priced at $39 a person with an optional wine pairing for $25 a person. Specials on sparkling wines and Champagnes will be offered all evening, and live music is planned from 8 to 11 p.m.
Mike’s in the Village, 2355-3 Bulverde Road, Bulverde, (830) 438-2747 — Mike’s is offering a four-course special in addition to the regular menu on Feb. 12-13. It will be the only option on Feb. 14. The meal begins with lobster bisque followed by your choice of salad. Main course options include lobster with tarragon butter, pepper-crusted filet mignon with wild mushrooms, seared duck breast or pomegranate, rosemary and garlic marinated grilled lamb chops. Dessert is a choice of flourless chocolate torte or chocolate strawberry crepes. The price is $65 a person. On Valentine’s evening, Jerry Bailey will perform from 6 to 9 p.m.
Morton’s the Steakhouse, 300 E. Crockett St., (210) 228-0700 — Morton’s will be open at 4 p.m. Feb. 13-16. The Valentine’s special is a steak and cold water lobster tail for $55.
Mozie’s, 1601 Hunter Road., Gruene Historic District at New Braunfels, (830) 515-1281 — The Valentine’s specials are available Feb. 13-15. They include a 6-ounce filet and a 16-ounce porterhouse T-bone. Both flat-top grilled, covered in Hoffbrau lemon butter and served with a blue cheese wedge salad and a choice of side ($29.95). To sweeten your dining experience, try specialty martinis, including Strawberry Cheesecake, Godiva Chocolate or Key Lime Pie.
Oak Valley Vineyards, 27315 Natural Bridge Caverns Road, (830) 980-8033 — The special menu for Feb. 14 begins with a choice of soup or salad, followed by a choice of Smoked Peppercorn Rib-eye, Pine Nut and Herb Crusted Chilean Sea Bass, Pan-seared Beef Tenderloin, Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms or Airline Chicken Breast. Dessert along with champagne will be served on the patio with dancing. The price is $75 a person.
Q Kitchen| Bar at the Hyatt Hotel, 123 Losoya St., (210) 510-4477 — From Super Bowl Sunday through Feb. 14, the bar is offering a series of drinks specials. The tequila-based Sonoran Sun with muddled serranos is for the gents. The Casabella for the women is also tequila-based but has lime and Champagne to give it a lift. The Celebracion for singles has reposado tequila with cinnamon and champagne.
Stone Werks, various locations — The Valentine’s special menu will be offered Feb. 13-15 with carnations being handed out on Feb. 14. Appetizer specials include barbecued oysters ($13.95), a Caprese salad ($8.95) and roasted tomato basil soup ($7.95). Main course options include Mongolian Glazed Salmon ($21.95), Slow Roasted Rotisserie Prime Rib ($25.95), Chicken Scallopini Toscana ($20.95) and a surf and turf of center-cut filet with shrimp ($34.95). A mini chocolate ganache cake ($7.95) is the dessert special.