Celebrate Valentine’s Day at these white tablecloth restaurants

Eat your heart out at these fancy white tablecloth restaurants.

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Elevate your Valentine’s Day experience with a limited-time menu at Toro Toro. | Photo provided by Toro Toro

Love is in the air, but that doesn’t mean your dinner plans should be. If you haven’t made plans for Valentine’s Day, here are six local white tablecloth restaurants to celebrate the occasion.

Note: Reservations are filling up fast, be sure to book your table before they’re gone.

Caterina’s | Mule Alley
Keep all the attention on your date and leave your phone at the door at this cell phone-free fine dining restaurant. The Tim Love concept feels like you’ve been transported to New York’s Little Italy with handmade pasta, veal chop, and luxury NY strip steak. Note: Jackets are required for men.

Toro Toro | Downtown
Head over to The Worthington Renaissance Hotel for a special Valentine’s Day menu from Wednesday, Feb. 14 to Friday, Feb. 17. The three-course, prix fixe dinner menu will feature lobster, oysters, and dessert for $155.

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Le Margot is the perfect place to grab decor inspiration for your own home. | Photo by Le Margot

Le Margot | Tanglewood
This French restaurant is the perfect place to celebrate with pink, red, and white dining room decor. Impress your Valentine or Galentine with menu items created by chef Felipe Armenta and Michelin Star chef Graham Elliot. Plus, powder your nose in one of our reader-voted “best bathrooms in Fort Worth.

B&B Butchers & Restaurant | Clearfork
Level up your date with an $80 pre-ordered flower arrangement or trade reservations for a take-out option. The home-cooked meal for two includes appetizers, an entree, two sides, and a dessert for $195. Note: Flower orders must be placed 48 hours in advance of your reservation.

Saint-Emilion Restaurant | West 7th
Indulge in a special three-course menu of classic bistro favorites like the duck and pork country pâté, tenderloin steak tartare, lamb chops, and dessert. Note: The minimum charge for food per guest is $55.

Truluck’s | Southlake
Named one of the most romantic restaurants in the country by OpenTable, this upscale seafood and steak restaurant is the ideal place to take your true love.

61 Osteria | Downtown
The restaurant by Adam Jones — who also owns Grace and Little Red Wasp — features stunning views overlooking Burnett Park. The menu is created by executive chef Blaine Staniford and features traditional Italian dishes with a “focus on seasonal ingredients sourced from local farmers.”

Maiden: Fine Plants and Spirits | West 7th
From the mind of Spiral Diner owner Amy McNutt, this intimate fine dining experience features a full bar, a dozen tables, and a nightly multi-course tasting menu.

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