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Valentine’s Day deals and meals

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If you’re still looking for a place to land with your sweetie on Valentine’s Day, we’ve got options.

At Jerico’s on Friday and Saturday night, the restaurant will be serving a price fixed special for two prime rib dinners. Diners get the steak along with a baked potato, house salad, dinner roll, New York-style cheesecake and strawberries for dessert and two glasses of house wine for $59.99.

The restaurant is now taking reservations for both nights. For more information, call 402-496-0222. The restaurant is at 11732 W. Dodge Rd.

Lot 2 will have a special Valentine’s Day meal that features three courses and wine pairings for $59 a person. The restaurant is in Benson at 6307 Maple St. For more information or to make a reservation call 402-504-4200.

The Nebraska Brewing Company will serve a special menu on Friday night that is also part of Omaha Beer Week. The meal options include a grilled Filet Mignon served with roasted salt crusted fingerling potatoes, orange glazed carrots and blueberry Sambuca demi glaze for $22.99 and a stout brownie served with bacon vanilla mascarpone for $5.99. The menu has two suggested alcohol pairings — reserve series beers Mélange à Trois, or Apricot au Poivre Saison available for $15.99.

For more information or to make a reservation, call 402-934-7100. The restaurant is at 7474 Towne Center Pkwy.

Lauritzen Gardens will serve a special Valentine’s Day dinner on Feb. 14 for $50 a person. All diners get a wedge salad with blue cheese, bacon, tomato concase and a balsamic vinaigrette; a choice of entrée; a shared platter of miniature desserts; and a glass of wine, either Chardonnay or Merlot. Entrée choices include chateaubriand with a pinot noir reduction and fried portobello mushrooms served with pureed potatoes and parsnips and a tied asparagus bundle with red and yellow peppers; raspberry balsamic chicken served with pureed potatoes and parsnips and the asparagus bundle; grilled fresh salmon filet with apricot and walnut chutney served with pistachio basmati rice and the asparagus bundle; stuffed cornish game hen with dried fruit stuffing and wild cherry demi glaze served with the rice and asparagus; or a stuffed portobello mushroom with vegetable ragout stuffing served with all three sides.

Seatings begin at 6 p.m. and reservations are required. For more information or to make a reservation, call 402-346-4002, ext. 201.

The Joslyn Art Museum is also having a special Valentine’s Day event. Called “A Valentine’s Day Fit for the Gods,” it includes admission to the museum’s new “Poseidon and the Sea” exhibition, hors d’oeuvres and one free drink. A reception in the Storz Fountain Court will include snacks of crostini with feta cheese and Kalamata olives, spanakopita, stuffed mushroom caps with crab meat, almond chicken, fresh fruit and vegetables, whole imported cheeses with crackers and lahvosh and miniature desserts. Harpist Kim Meyers will perform and at 7 p.m., guests can take a guided tour of the exhibition, which focuses on objects that demonstrate the beauty and watery wonder of the classical world.

Tickets are $45 for the general public and $35 for Joslyn members. Advance reservations are required. For more information, call 402-661-3862.

Chocolaterie Stam is selling Valentine-themed bonbon and freshly made chocolate covered strawberries for the holiday. Customers can order chocolate covered berries individually or by the dozen through Valentine’s Day. The shop also has a selection of assorted chocolates in heart-shaped gift boxes. The shop is at 7474 Towne Center Pkwy. in the Shadow Lake Towne Center. To place an order or for more information, call 402-933-7826.

Village Canvas and Cabernet will be serving appetizers from Jones Bros. and wine as part of its “Paint your Date” event on Valentine’s Day. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. and the $100 admission includes a bottle of wine, the food and a painting session, where an artist will guide guests through the process of painting a portrait of your significant other. The event will last about 2½ hours. To register, visit www.canvasandcab.com/calendar or call 402-991-4278. Canvas and Cabernet is in Aksarben Village at 6457 Frances St.

Cheddar’s will have affordable Valentine’s Day specials running Feb. 11-15. The menu items include sweet chili salmon served on a bed of ginger rice with two sides for $11, bourbon glazed sirloin steak served with mashed potatoes and a side for $12.99 and a selection of dessert minis that are 99 cents each. Cheddars has one Omaha location, at 12152 L St. For more information, call 402- 330-4140.

If you’re in the market to get a heart-shaped pizza for your valentine, you have lots of options. Know of a pizza place not on our list? Email the information to sarah.bakerhansen@owh.com and we’ll add it. Happy Valentine’s Day!

All three locations of Zio’s Pizzeria will once again be selling their heart-shaped pizzas today.

The pies come in one size — large — and are priced according to the toppings the diners choose. The pizzas start at $14.60 and go up from there. Diners can call ahead to order the pizza to-go or eat in at one of the three Omaha locations: 7834 Dodge St., 12997 W. Center Road, or 1109 Howard St.

Valentino’s will serve heart-shaped pizza today. The restaurant will have a special combo available on Valentine’s Day only, a heart-shaped pizza and a two-liter bottle of soda for $16.49. Valentino’s has locations at 7202 Giles Rd., 10190 Maple St., 5022 S. 108th St., 2606 S. 132nd St., 5070 Leavenworth St. and 13805 P St.

Mama’s Pizza also serves heart-shaped pizzas on Valentine’s Day. The pizzas are available in size medium only and the prices vary according to the toppings. Mama’s has two Omaha locations: 715 N. Saddle Creek Road and 15615 Pacific St.

Godfather’s Pizza is selling its heart-shaped pizza for $10.99. The restaurant also sells heart-shaped streusel for $7.99. To find your nearest location, visit godfathers.com.

Papa Murphy’s Take and Bake has a heart-shaped pizza available to-go. The pizzas are $7. To find a Papa Murphy’s location in Omaha, visit papamurphys.com.

Papa John’s will have heart-shaped pizzas, too. To find your nearest location or for price information, visit papajohns.com.


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