Where to dine on Valentine’s Day in Golden

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If you are planning on a romantic evening out this Valentine’s Day, here are some of the places around town you may want to check out.

The Canyon’s Edge

This Valentines Day enjoy a romantic dinner for tow, along with your favourite wines from around the world. The Valentines special includes New York steak and lobster tails, along with $5 off any bottle of wine, for only $60 per couple.

The Turning Point

For their Valentines Day menu, the Turning Point is offering three specials. A seafood linguine in a fire-roasted tomato sauce for $23. Veal Marsala for $23.

And bruschetta chicken with pan-seared scallops and prawns for $36. All specials include strawberry cheesecake. Reservations are recommended.


Let Apostoles Greek Restaurant help you say I love you this Valentines Day. Their specials include an appy of saganaki for two for $13.99, entrees New York steak and lobster tails for $29.99 or Chicken Poseidon for $28.99,  and a triple chocolate mousse cake for desert for $4.99.

The full menu is also available, and the Valentines specials are offered from Feb. 10 to 14.

Kicking Horse Resort

The Eagle’s Eye Restaurant is serving a few romantic menu options for lunch service including a grilled beef tenderloin with maple whiskey reduction and smoked paprika prawns for $22, and their “Trio of Chocolate” which has chocolate pot de creme, chocolate dipped strawberries, and hot chocolate shots for $15.

The Whitetooth Grill will also be serving some lovely heart shaped shortbread cookies to give to your honey for $3.

The Winston Western Lodge

The Winston, located up at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, is offering Heli-Ski, Spa and Stay packages with Purcell Heli-Ski, as well as Sled, Spa and Stay packages with Rocky Mountain Riders Snowmobile Tours. And they will be serving a romantic dinner for the Bellstar guest Valentine’s package.

They will also be hosting their annual “Clothing Optional” Valentines Day Party in the Saloon at 10 p.m. on Valentines night.

The Island

The Island Restaurant is offering a romantic three-course dinner option for Valentines Day. (Guests are also welcome to order off the menu).

Starter: Buffalo Chili with sour cream, cheddar and chives or vegetable spaghetti salad with a malt balsamic dressing, candied walnuts, avocado and char siu pork wontons.

Entree: Roast Prime Rib, au jus, cambazola potatoes, grilled vegetable medley or Seafood in Love – a trio of seafood served on scallop shells; butter poached oysters with saffron velute, pan seared mahi mahi with a honey yuzu sauce and tropical fruit salsa, peppercorn and fresh dill gravlax with a caper cream cheese mousse, all served with rice and julienned asian vegetables.

Dessert: Chocolate dipped fruit in a pavlova basket


All for $40 per person.



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