Valentine’s Day at Greene Street

Valentine’s Day at Greene Street

Valentine’s Day Las Vegas

Is that love in the air … or just the sweet scent of chocolate and espresso mousse cake? At Greene Street Kitchen, it’s a little bit of both! 

Yes indeed: we’ve got a special Valentine’s Day menu planned that’s bound to knock your socks off. For just $130 for two, you’ll score a truly unique four-course meal that’s bound to have you feeling plenty of love!

Ready to explore? Read on to discover everything you need to know about the special Valentine’s Day menu at Greene Street.

Valentine’s Day at Greene Street

Plenty of people already think of Greene Street as a go-to date spot. After all, we’ve got conversation-starting decor, a truly creative menu, and plenty of awesome drinks. 

Artistic vision abounds on all levels of the restaurant’s offerings. First, there’s the visual space. It’s packed with artwork and decor inspired by the influential SoHo art scene of the 70s and 80s in New York, giving it a truly signature look.

But the artistry doesn’t end there. Our menu is just as creative, featuring global flavors, creative presentations, and amazingly delicious results. And don’t forget the drinks and dessert! Nothing is average at Greene Street, and there’s always a unique twist.

But this Valentine’s Day, our talented staff has something truly special in store. 

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Valentines Day Menu

The Valentine’s Day Menu

Talk about love at first bite! This well-curated menu is bound to set the tone for romance, with plenty of delicious options to choose from. Let’s take a little tour: 


To tickle the senses, you’ll start with a first course of Oysters Rockefeller. Oysters are said to rev up the libido … give ‘em a taste and see what you think! 

Jumbo Lump Crab Cake


For the second course, take your pick from two appetizers:

Jumbo Lump Crab Cake: A beautiful lump crab cake, served with green goddess dressing, shaved jicama, and radish.

Sheep’s Milk Ravioli: The funky (in a good way) flavor of sheep’s milk adds a unique flavor to these ravioli, which are made with roasted mushrooms and served with marsala glaze. 

Roasted John Dory


The hardest part is choosing! You’ve got two killer options: 

Roasted John Dory: This beloved firm, white, flaky fish is perfectly complemented with truffle potato, spinach, and lobster sauce.

Colorado Lamb Chops: These flavor-filled chops are served with smashed potatoes, peperonata, and cumin flavored lamb jus.


A pastry for two! The dessert for Valentine’s Day is a chocolate & espresso mousse cake, served with hazelnut crunch and Baileys anglaise. Now to sum that up with a little math:

Chocolate + espresso + hazelnut + Baileys anglaise = OMG

Full Menu and Full Bar Available 

Don’t worry: this special menu isn’t the only option available on Valentine’s Day. If you prefer, you can also order from our regular full menu in addition to or instead of the special menu.

Oh, and we’d be remiss if we didn’t remind you that our full bar is going to be open and ready to go!

After all, what’s a romantic dinner without a little wine, bubbly, or another intoxicating drink? 

We’ve got a robust menu of wine and champagne, so you can choose the perfect glass or bottle to pair with your meal. 

We’ve also got some killer cocktails! You won’t want to miss our “All City” cocktail, made with Aperol, Averna, Gambino Prosecco, and blood orange; alternatively, the “Rook” is a masterpiece made from Bombay Sapphire East Gin, pesto syrup, lime, and pink peppercorn.

Love at First Bite at Greene Street! 

Show your sweetheart a little love with a big night out at Greene Street Kitchen

Cupid’s bow has nothing on the romantic meal our Chefs have devised, featuring a wonderful variety of inspired dishes with plenty of unique flavors. 

This extra-special meal is bound to leave a lasting impression! 

So go ahead… book today! We’d love to see you on the most romantic day of the year in our imaginative Las Vegas hotspot. Make your reservation today! 

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