Three Valentine’s Day reservations to woo your sweetheart

Nothing says “I love you” like a good dinner

Simon says: Feed your date!

You know what they say about the way to a man or woman’s heart. So for Valentine’s Day, satisfy their stomach with just the right dinner date. Three options that shouldn’t disappoint:

Simon Chef Kerry Simon’s three-course Sweethearts’ Menu features an array of dishes that channel his eclectic cooking style, from T-bone to tandoori salmon. Start with the Kusshi oysters prepared two ways and let Simon take care of the rest. February 11-14, $65 per person, 942-3292.

Marche Bacchus When atmosphere is a priority, this lakeside Summerlin bistro serves up four courses of modern French cuisine in a romantic setting. If the view doesn’t have you swooning, the duck breast salad and goat cheese risotto will. February 13-14, $70 per person includes glass of champagne, 804-8008.

CUT Nothing says “I love you” like a dry-aged steak. CUT’s Valentine’s Day offerings include bone marrow flan, a 34-ounce porterhouse to share and strawberries and cream baked Alaska. Skip the lingerie and go straight for the good stuff. February 14, $135 per person, 607-6300.

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