Bellefonte, Pennsylvania 16823
Whether you’re going out or staying in, these Bellefonte area establishments have a special for you and your sweetie this Valentine’s Day.
The Blonde Bistro
If a three-course dinner for two sounds like the perfect way to celebrate with this year, The Blonde Bistro is serving a special menu for the occasion.
Try dishes like “Romeo’s Phyllo,” or “Cupid’s Caprese” for the first course, before moving on to an entree like “For the Love of Saffron” or “Lover’s Loin.” Top your meal off with a Twisted Heart with marshmallow cream dip, or one of many other dessert choices.
See a full menu here. Reservations are recommended by calling (814) 353-4696.
Valentine’s Day specials will begin on the day of celebration for Bonfatto’s, but will continue through February 17 if you don’t have a chance to go out on a Wednesday. They’re serving up special appetizers like sauteed scallops and coconut shrimp curry; and are planning Chicken Saltimbocca, Frutti di Mare Fra Diavolo and Surf and Turf for Valentine’s Day entrees.
Reservations are accepted by calling (814) 353-3330.
Brother’s NY Style Pizza
Show the pizza-lover in your life your love for them with a heart-shaped pizza at Brother’s on Allegheny Street. They’re making them all week.
Order yours by calling (814) 355-5581.
Bellefonte’s donut shop is celebrating the whole month of love with a Chocolate Cherry Love “Frozen Dam” beverage. You can see their special Valentine’s Day-themed creations here.
The Governor’s Pub
The Governor’s Pub will begin serving their prix fixe Valentine’s Day menu on Friday, February 9 through February 14.
The fixed menu starts with a lobster bisque and spring mix salad, before an entree of Stuffed Artic Char. For dessert, a warm, chocolate-filled ganache bundt cake is served with strawberry puree.
Reservations are not required.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Hublersburg Inn, just 10 miles from Bellefonte, with a special menu that includes starters like crab chips or oysters rockefeller, or entree options like Hubie Crab Cakes, Beef Wellington or Chicken Marsala. See a full menu here.
Plus, Happy Hour is held daily at the inn from 4 to 6 p.m., with $1 off all bar drinks.
Make reservations by calling (814) 383-2616.
Italian lovers can try one of two feature courses this Valentine’s Day at Mamma Lucrezia’s: Either a seafood lasagna or sweet chili, garlic-glazed salmon. Both are served with garlic bread, and include a glass of red or white wine plus your choice of chocolate mousse or cheesecake.
Make reservations by calling (814) 353-1200.
From Sunday, February 11, through Saturday, February 17, share a large heart-shaped 3-topping pizza, salad for 2, a 14-inch homemade roll, and 2 slices of Auntie Gena's chocolate cake. All for $23.
Or, turn any pizza into a heart-shapped pizza on Valentine's Day - starting at $11.99. And don't forget about the infamous heart-shaped "Very Berry" fruit pizza for $17.99.
Robin Hood Brewing Company
Love is in the beer. RHBC is serving up something special for Valentine's Day so that you and your sweetheart can enjoy an unforgettable evening together.
Features include either a 12 oz Prime Rib with Au Jus for $19.95 or Baked Tilapia with a Pineapple Mango Salsa for $14.50. Both of these entrees are served with roasted red potatoes and green beans. Round it out with a deliciously decadent Red Velvet Cake for desert.
Don't forget to pair your meal with one of Robin Hood Brewing Co.'s amazing beers. Call (814) 357-8399 to get a table.
Wine and Cafe on the Park
On Thursday, February 8, through February 10, try chocolate torte with rum-filled strawberries dipped in chocolate, paired with a glass of cabernet sauvignon for $12. Or, order each of those items a la carte. The specials will be served from 4 to 11 p.m.
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