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Find the perfect venue for your Valentine's Day dinner

Haven’t made a reservation yet? Overwhelmed by the options? Want something less traditional than a fancy Italian restaurant? No worries, a summary of your best options for Valentine's Day 2014 is below.

The Bottomless Option: Zengo is offering a dynamite four course menu for $55, with an optional $20 bottomless champagne deal. Course options include sushi rolls, tacos, mushroom queso fundido, fried tofu, rice noodles, and for dessert, your choice of lemon yuzu cake, chocolate tart, or passion fruit sorbet.

The Mexican Option: 3 courses for $45 is hard to beat, especially when it includes guacamole, empanadas, oysters and ceviche. Enjoy this deal at both El Centro locations, and don’t forget to order some margaritas!

The Cheesy Option: For $69 you will enjoy four different kinds of cheese and champagne at Righteous Cheese, Union Market’s charming wine and cheese bar. You will also get to sample a series of chocolate treats including French macaroons and chocolate shortbread.

The Asian Option: Daikaya is offering a great five course menu for $45, with innovative menu choices such as miso marinated mozzarella, tofu with mushrooms, edamame, grilled avocado, and for dessert, a chocolate cupcake with white-miso cream, cookies with cold rice “milk”, or “Nama Choco, a gold leaf with rose tempura.”

The Fancy Option: 3 courses for $85, an extensive wine list, and beautiful venue makes NoPa a decadent option for Valentine’s Day. Indulge in dishes such as mushroom salad with truffles, parsnip soup, butternut squash agnolotti, and chocolate raspberry parfait.