Ronnie Gonzalez

Valentine’s Day is that special time of year where you show your loved one what it means to feel loved. Here’s some special places around town that’ll spark that burning desire for your loved one.

1. Hugo’s Cellar

This Four-Star restaurant is an ode to Vintage Vegas. It’s located at the Four Queens on Fremont Street. Every woman that enters the restaurant gets a rose, which compliments the candlelit dinner. Start off with a Scampi “Hugo,” sautéed jumbo shrimp with garlic, green peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, white wine and fine herbs. Then finish strong Hugo’s Beef Wellington. Filet of beef, topped with a duxelle of foie gras and mushrooms; baked in pastry and served with bordelaise sauce. Visit their website.

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2. Gäbi Coffee & Bakery

If an intimate candlelit dinner isn’t what you’re looking for, then take your date to Gäbi Coffee & Bakery. Located on 5808 Spring Mountain Rd. It’s not your typical cappuccino & croissant coffeeshop, it adds a vintage flavor that’s grounded into its soul. Plus, it adds a laid back yet cute aesthetic for the most perfect picture with your date. It’s also worth noting that Gäbi Coffee & Bakery doesn’t add a “serious” date environment like most traditional places. Visit their website.

3. Topgolf 

If dinner or a day time date isn’t your thing then swing on by to Topgolf Las Vegas. This interactive and fun date spot is a sure way to break the ice. Rent out a bay for two or with some friends, it starts at $33. Visit their website.


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