Rogue Valley’s Places To Wine & Dine For Valentine’s Day!

There are so many wonderful places to spend time with someone special in the Rogue Valley and we are offering up just a few of them to consider. Happy Valentine’s Day from RogueValleyMagazine.com!

Porter’s – Dining at the Depot

Porter’s, one of our favorite places to dine and entertain our guests! Bring your Valentine Sweetheart to Porter’s one night this week. While enjoying your visit and award-winning cuisine, take a moment to observe and appreciate the numerous original and still functioning features of this historic railroad depot building.

Enjoy fabulous starters and small plates, cocktails, fabulous Happy Hour, tasty entrees like steak, seafood and chicken dishes served with fresh seasonal vegetables and garlic mashed potatoes. Your evening with your love will be memorable.

Porter’s…147 N Front St. ST, Medford (541) 857-1910

  • Open Nightly
  • Bar 4:00 pm to Close
  • Dining 4:00 pm to 9:00pm (Friday & Saturday to 9:30 pm)
  • Happy Hour 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm,  9:00pm – Close & Sunday all evening

Taprock Northwest Grill

Taprock Northwest Grill in Grants Pass would be a great choice, with it’s spectacular lighting, and your mouth enjoying great food with a Pacific Northwest flair against the backdrop of the beautiful Rogue River and iconic Caveman Bridge. Taprock is also famous for its seafood and steak entrees and an incredible build-your-own mac n’ cheese. Top it with cheddar beer cheese sauce, bacon, chicken, ham, sweet peppers, grilled onions, jalapenos, crispy onion straws, mushrooms, tomatoes, zucchini, and/or a balsamic glaze. Taprock also features a great selection of gluten-free and vegetarian options, so it should be easy to satisfy everyone  At 971 SE 6th St. in Grants Pass. (541) 955-5998. Here’s their Valentine’s Day Dinner Special below!

Tap & Vine at 559

Tap & Vine at 559 is offering a Valentine’s Day Special courtesy of Ryan Rose Wine. Make sure to purchase this award-winning bottle of wine for your special date. We think this just sounds simply amazing! Located at 559 Medford Center, Medford, and don’t forget to check out Facebook Page for specials! call 541-500-1632 for reservations today!

Kobe Modern Japanese Cuisine

Ashland diners can enjoy Kobe, featuring one of Asia’s most exciting cuisines. Kobe delivers contemporary Japanese style preparation through a mastery of cooking and an artful proficiency in its presentation of sushi and sake. The restaurant features the finest ingredients, including locally grown and organic selections whenever possible, set alongside the swift-flowing Lithia Creek, which gives it a world-of-its-own feeling that perfectly compliments the food. Here’s their Valentine’s Special!

Kobe Japanese, 96 North Main Street, Ashland, Oregon 541-488-8058

Riffle Cafe

Reserve NOW at the Riffle Cafe in Merlin for a great Valentine’s dinner. Call 541-471-7000. Located at 450 Merlin Rd, Merlin, OR 97532.

The River’s Edge Restaurant

Stop by The Rivers Edge Restaurant located at 1936 Rogue River Highway, Grants Pass.

Booked up for Valentine’s day, but there is some availability on Saturday the 15th! Still serving the Valentine’s Lobster special! Features a steak and lobster dish or lobster dinner, served with baked potato and asparagus or add a lobster tail to any entree! Call 541-244-1182! Check out the Facebook Page for new specials weekly!

Cynthia’s Home Sweet Home

It’s Cynthia’s Valentine’s Day Special Dinner. Romantic dinner for two. Or Come on Saturday for a murder mystery dinner theater! Special treats on Friday- Rum balls, fruit tart, chocolate cheesecake for two. Call 541-479-5953 for your reservation. Located at 1038 NW 6th St. Grants Pass.

Happy Valentine’s Day from RogueValleyMagazine.com, the online digital home of the Rogue Valley!

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