Image of Kin courtesy official site
Just in case our original roundup wasn't enough to get your juices flowing (and just in case you're workin' that procrastination angle when it comes to reservations), we have a few more options for some Valentine's Day food-loving. Now let us never speak of Valentine's Day again.
1) Where: Kin
What: Kevin Shikami's locally-minded Pearl restaurant will offer a three-course tasting menu for couples, with several selections within each course.
How much: $40 per person.
Address: 524 NW 14th St., 503-228-4546
2) Where: Spints Alehouse
What: An eight-course dinner for two offered through Valentine's Day weekend (from February 11 to 14). Inspired by the shared-plate romance of Lady and the Tramp, chef Alyssa Gregg whips up a shared tasting menu featuring bites of kumamoto oysters, cured sea scallops, venison tartar, and quail.
How much: $75 per couple. Sweet deal.
Address: 401 NE 28th Ave; 503-847-2534
3) Suzette Creperie
What: Suzette adjusts its regular brunch menu on February 12 and 13 to include "Sweetheart's Brunch" options like chocolate eclairs and crepes (though singles are totally welcome); a reservations-only V-Day dinner features four courses (with a selection of starters, two crepes, and salad) for an uber-affordable $20.
How much: Brunch pricing a la carte; dinner $20 per person.
Address: 2921 NE Alberta St.; 503-473-8657
4) Vino Paradiso
What: Paul Losch serves up a four-course prix fixe on both Valentine's Day and the Saturday before, featuring options like beet and kale ravioli, sauteed duck breast, and semolina-crusted trout. Monday's dinner requires reservations to one of two seatings at 5:30pm and 8pm, while Saturday's love menu is available in addition to the spot's regular offerings.
How much: $60 per person, with an optional $20 wine pairing.
Address: 417 NW Tenth Ave.; 503-295-9536
5) St. Jack
What: The SE French bistro turns on its European charm with a four-course menu highlighting some of the spot's most popular dishes to date. We'd tell you what they are, but chef Aaron Barnett is keeping this one a sweet surprise.
How much: $55 per person, wine & spirits pairing an additional $30.
Address: 2039 SE Clinton Street; 503-360-1281
6) Salt, Fire & Time
What: Community-supported kitchen Salt, Fire, & Time is spreading the love to its loyal diners with a Community Valentine's Day Feast on February 11 (7pm), promising the usual menu plus "so much more graititude for you and your sweetie."
How much: $10/plate.
Address: 1902 NW 24th Ave.; 503-208-2758
What: A set three-course Valentine's Day menu featuring a scallop, prawn and spinach salad, pork tenderlion with root veggie hash, and Mexican chocolate and Malbec cheesecake.
How much: $45 per person.
Address: 4835 N Albina Ave., 503-517-9347
What: The EastBurn goes all out with an aphrodisiac-themed dinner celebrating love of food. The five course prix fixe features familiar sexytime suspects like oysters, foie gras, and black truffles, in addition to a main course highlighting Portland's true love: pork.
How much: $150 per couple.
Address: 1800 SE Burnside; 503-236-2876
9) Ace Hotel/Clyde Common
What: The Ace Hotel is throwing a Valentine's party on February 13 (at 10am), featuring live music, a craft table, and most importantly for our purposes, a European-style continental breakfast courtesy Clyde Common.
How much: $25 at the door, not including alcohol (a cash bar will be on-site).
Address: 1022 SW Stark St; 503-228-2277
What: Andy Arndt cooks up options for more morning and evening eaters: Build-your-own Bloody Mary at Sunday brunch on Feb. 13, then stumble back downstairs for a three-course, prix fixe V-Day dinner featuring menu options like crab and cucumber pillows served with caviar; poached Hawaiian tuna with a tomato fondue, and a palate-cleaning intermezzo of Champagne and rose sorbet.
How much: Brunch a la carte, dinner $40 per person.
Address: 0470 Southwest Hamilton Court; 503-802-5850