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The Guide to Valentine's Day Prix Fixe Dinners Under $50

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For those celebrating Black Friday, otherwise known as Valentine's Day 2014, here's a map of some fixed menu dinners that won't cost a fortune. Each point on the map is a dinner place with a Valentine's Day menu that won't cost each love bird more than $50 per person (excluding tax and gratuity). The catch? Some of the special dinner menus aren't on February 14. The other catch? Cocktails and champagne are not included unless otherwise noted. Plan accordingly and make reservations, since these celebratory dinner seats will go fast. If there's another bargain-priced prix fixe menu that should be added, send a message here to have it added to the map, which will be updated leading up to Black Friday.

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Share a corn soup shooter to start and follow that with three more courses of authentic Mexican bites like the braised duck in mole poblano served with white rice or the strip steak in huitlacoche mole pepper sauce. Cost: $95 per couple on Feb. 15 and 16.

Fielding's Wood Grill

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Share a burger for two that comes with pickled beets and brie for $19 or opt for the petite lobster rolls at $19--either way you'll have enough for the $6 Valhrona chocolate shake from the V-Day menu. Cost: Average of $50 per person.

The Original Ninfa's on Navigation

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From the special V-Day menu, have the "Mar y Tierra" which includes a filet mignon with jumbo shrimp and chipotle hollandaise for $24.99 and still have enough to spend on a chocolate dessert from the V-Day menu. Cost: Averages $40 per person.

Rosemont Social Club

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This spot barely makes the budget standard but includes a nice spread for light eaters or those those looking to have a light dinner. Two Knockout Rose Cocktails, a bottle of sparkling wine, six chocolate-covered strawberries and roses on arrival come with the sweet Moroccan rooftop bar experience. Call to make reservations. Cost: $100 per couple on Valentine's Day proper.

Allô French Rotisserie

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Although it's a flex-casual place, on Valentine's Day, this new French restaurant in Vintage Park will be full service with a special fixed menu inspired by "the phases of love: attraction, passion, love, and dedication." Cost: $45 per person.

Ara at the Royal Sonesta Hotel

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A four-course dinner comes with a soup and salad, a 44 Farms themed entrée and a dessert and a glass of sparkling wine come with an optional discounted night's stay at the hotel itself on Valentine's Day proper. Cost: $88 per couple, about $44 per person.

Backstreet Cafe

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Enjoy a four-course menu that includes a burrata caprese to share. An entree highlight is the pan-roasted snapper with warm cous cous, orange- grapefruit salad. Cost: $95 per couple on Feb. 15 and 16.

RA Sushi

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This is the best deal on the map, and it comes with a good deed. From Friday Feb. 14 through the 16, dine on the special “Go Red” menu that will benefit the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women initiative. Cost: $30 per couple.

Hugo's

Share a corn soup shooter to start and follow that with three more courses of authentic Mexican bites like the braised duck in mole poblano served with white rice or the strip steak in huitlacoche mole pepper sauce. Cost: $95 per couple on Feb. 15 and 16.

Fielding's Wood Grill

Share a burger for two that comes with pickled beets and brie for $19 or opt for the petite lobster rolls at $19--either way you'll have enough for the $6 Valhrona chocolate shake from the V-Day menu. Cost: Average of $50 per person.

The Original Ninfa's on Navigation

From the special V-Day menu, have the "Mar y Tierra" which includes a filet mignon with jumbo shrimp and chipotle hollandaise for $24.99 and still have enough to spend on a chocolate dessert from the V-Day menu. Cost: Averages $40 per person.

Rosemont Social Club

This spot barely makes the budget standard but includes a nice spread for light eaters or those those looking to have a light dinner. Two Knockout Rose Cocktails, a bottle of sparkling wine, six chocolate-covered strawberries and roses on arrival come with the sweet Moroccan rooftop bar experience. Call to make reservations. Cost: $100 per couple on Valentine's Day proper.

Allô French Rotisserie

Although it's a flex-casual place, on Valentine's Day, this new French restaurant in Vintage Park will be full service with a special fixed menu inspired by "the phases of love: attraction, passion, love, and dedication." Cost: $45 per person.

Ara at the Royal Sonesta Hotel

A four-course dinner comes with a soup and salad, a 44 Farms themed entrée and a dessert and a glass of sparkling wine come with an optional discounted night's stay at the hotel itself on Valentine's Day proper. Cost: $88 per couple, about $44 per person.

Backstreet Cafe

Enjoy a four-course menu that includes a burrata caprese to share. An entree highlight is the pan-roasted snapper with warm cous cous, orange- grapefruit salad. Cost: $95 per couple on Feb. 15 and 16.

RA Sushi

This is the best deal on the map, and it comes with a good deed. From Friday Feb. 14 through the 16, dine on the special “Go Red” menu that will benefit the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women initiative. Cost: $30 per couple.

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