Foodie Agenda: Valentine's Day Dinner Menus and more


Friday, Feb. 10

Cafe Prague is throwing a free pre-Valentine's Day block party to kick of the weekend in the FiDi. They're taking over Merchant Alley with beer, sausages and sauerkraut. Ladies can enjoy $3 pints from 4-7 pm, while the first 40 guys will receive vouchers for $2 off pints and 1/2 pints of Staropramen beer. DJ Doctor will be on the turntables to keep the mood going.

Saturday, Feb. 11

Ever wanted to drink an ice-cold beer out of a handmade goblet? Join Public Glass's popular Hot Glass Cold Beer event that combines glass demonstrations, live music and food and drinks for an awesome night out. Donate $25 and handpick a specially-made beer glass handblown by TJ Ossola to keep. They'll keep it filled with beer, wine or soft drinks all night. 1750 Armstrong Avenue, 415-671-4916

Sunday, Feb. 12

Add this to your already-crazy SF Beer Week schedule: A Sunday Beer Supper at Jasper's Corner Tap & Kitchen that pairs a special three-course food menu with beers born from a head-to-head competition between Anchor Steam and Anderson Valley. That means two brews for each course! And Anchor Steam fans, listen up: The brewery made a beer especially for SF Beer Week.

Monday, Feb. 13

If you're looking to surprise your honey with lip-smacking Valentine's treats, order Belinda Leong's handmade Bleeding Heart Kouign-Amann (which we love), Grande macaron cake, chocolate caramel mousse cakes and more. February 13 is the last day to order, so get clicking and email Belinda at to snag sweets for the special day.

Tuesday, Feb. 14

Boxing Room (named one of SF's best new restaurants by us) is getting together a special Valentine's Day prix-fixe menu that involves deep-fried alligator, NOLA-style BBQ shrimp, cornmeal-crusted sweetbreads, and more. And don't forget the wine pairings (for an additional $20) or beer pairings (an extra $15). To really lock into aphrodesiac mode, splurge on an oysters-on-the-half-shell tasting for two for $25. 399 Grove Street @ Gough, 415-430-6590

W Hotel's Trace has their own Valentine's Day agenda, with a $75-per-person menu offering asparagus salad with pickled quail egg, roasted sea scallops, Sonoma duck breast and more. 181 Third Street, 415-817-7836

RN74's elegant V-Day five-course tasting menu is sure to please, with its olive oil-poached Alaskan cod, center-cut beef rib eye, mushroom velouté and much, much more. 301 Mission Street, 415-543-7474

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