Food and Wine: Valentine’s Day 2022 Dining Options in Canberra | Canberra Times

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Hey, lovebirds! The countdown is underway for Valentine’s Day. February 14th is not everyone’s idea of ​​a vacation. It can be corny, overly loved and commercialized. But after the last few years have brought many missed opportunities to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries and the like, maybe this is the year to get out and celebrate love in all its many forms? Pialligo Estate wants to make Valentine’s Day special and offers two experiences, depending on how you want to celebrate February 14th. The first is a casual outdoor picnic at the Estate Glasshouse. If you fancy a casual date, grab a table at Infinity Lawn and enjoy a seductive Pialligo basket and a bottle of wine as well as Valentine’s Spritz upon arrival. February 14 from 6.30 pm to 10 pm. $ 89 per person. Or you can dine in style indoors at Pavilion Dining. Pinkies out because it includes a glass of champagne, followed by an unforgettable four-course dinner with optional paired wines. February 14 from 18:00 to 22:00. $ 115 per person or $ 145 per person, with paired wines. Orders from thepialligoestate.com.au. Go to Monster with your loved one for its Plantd Valentine’s Day menu, where you will enjoy the aroma of a multi-sensory cocktail and tempt your taste buds with a handmade chef menu. Enjoy a seven-course vegetarian menu created by head chef Matthew Bentley and the Monster team. It includes welcome cocktails on arrival with flowers from Wiluna and a special Ovolo gift for each table. Add a “Suite Dessert” option for an impromptu vacation for the night with a stay at the Ovolo Hotel. February 11-14. From $ 120 per person from monsterkitchen.com.au. READ MORE: Celebrate your loved one this Valentine’s Day with a romantic dinner for two in Chifley’s Bar & Grill at Hotel Kurrajong. Begin your romantic evening with a lover’s cocktail, followed by an intimate four-course dinner with appetizers, seafood including shrimp and salted kingfishers, an alternative main meal with stuffed chicken breast or crusty lamb rack served with seasonal vegetables and a dessert plate to share. All accompanied by a bottle of sparkling wine. February 12-14, 6.30pm to 9pm. $ 199 per couple from hotelkurrajong.com.au. Cheers to love in the vines this Valentine’s Day. Join the Contentious Character in the rolling hills of Wamboin, 30 minutes from Canberra, for Valentine’s Dinner featuring the winery’s new seasonal tasting menu and live music by Alex Rapauch. Add bubbles and oysters to get the love going. 13 and 14 February. From $ 100 per person from contentiouscharacter.com.au. Go to The Inn and watch the sun go down while enjoying a set menu and a glass of champagne. Vegetarian options are available, as are additional options. Dinner seats are available from 17.30. February 14th. 110 $ pr. person. Orders at edgarsinn.com.au. Bubbles, putter, pamper and putter. Throw in a form of love this Valentine’s Day with an indulgent dinner for two at the Capitol Bar and Grill on QT. Enjoy the best of Australian ingredients, from fresh Clair de Lune oysters with mignonette and lemon to 30-day dry-aged T-bone bistecca fiorentina from Riverina, New South Wales. Serenade your girlfriend, accompanied by acoustic player Alex Gibson, and as the evening draws to a close, you leave the Capitol with a full stomach, warm heart and a surprise from QT. Until February 14th. Reservations at qthotels.com. Join Everyday Champions to celebrate Valentine’s Day with an evening of great food, great music and great company in one of Canberra’s most iconic and beautiful locations. This is a social event to celebrate love and is open to anyone and everyone. Maybe you are single and would like to meet someone. Maybe you want to do something romantic with the special person in your life. Maybe you just want to meet some new friends or just get out, then feel free to come. Tickets are $ 20 per person from Eventbrite and will include dinner and drinks. Our journalists work hard to deliver local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can continue to access our trusted content:

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