Bistro Zin: Three-course dinner with entrées like butter poached prawns, roasted Colorado lamb and grilled filet mignon. Served from 4:30-10:30 p.m., $100 per couple plus tax and 18 percent gratuity; located at 1865 E. River Road; 299-7799.
Enoteca: Chef Doug McElfish, formerly of Terra Cotta, whips up a four-course prix-fixe dinner plus live entertainment and two glasses of wine or champagne for $69.95 per couple at 58 W. Congress St.; 623-0744.
North: Sitting pretty in La Encantada, North's views captivate along with the three-course modern Italian menu, including steak Delmonico, grilled ahi tuna and veal chops Florentine at 2995 E. Skyline Drive; $90 per couple plus tax and 18 percent gratuity; 299-1600.
RA: Get in the mood with heart-shaped sushi for two plus a split of Pommery Pop champagne for $20 per couple, excluding tax and gratuity at 2905 E. Skyline Drive from 5-11 p.m.; 615-3970.
Soleil: Seventeen people have popped the question on previous Valentine's Days. (It must be something in the bubbly.) A three-course dinner costs $55 per person; tax and gratuity not included. Check out http://www.soleiltucson.com/events.html for the menu. Soleil probably has the best diamond-like (hint) city views at 3001 E. Skyline Drive; 299-3345.
Wildflower: Northwest residents may want to stay close to home and choose a three-course dinner with pan-seared scallops, Chilean sea bass or crispy duck with forbidden rice for $90 per couple plus tax and gratuity at 7037 N. Oracle Road; 219-4230.