Looking to splurge for Valentine’s Day? Or perhaps pop a very important question? Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar has put together a special dinner offer with you in mind.
It will, however, cost you.
Fleming’s, which operates a restaurant at The Greene Town Center in Beavercreek, has put together three “Wine, Dine & Sparkle” options ranging in cost from $350 to $1,000 for a special three-course Valentine’s Day dinner. Each option includes Champagne and a special gift — from a jeweler —for him or her.
And the offer is not just available on Valentine’s Day. It’s good anytime between Feb. 8 through Feb. 17.
The three-course prix fixe menu includes:
- An amuse-bouche of seared scallops with creamy goat cheese grits, caviar, prosciutto, roasted red pepper and lime-butter sauce, and an optional wine pairing;
- Choice of mushroom bisque with truffle cream and thyme or beet salad with red onion, pistachios, tomato, goat cheese and honey-lime vinaigrette;
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- Entrée duo: Filet mignon plus a choice of North Atlantic lobster tail or colossal shrimp with herb-lemon butter sauce;
- Dessert of white chocolate bread pudding served with dark chocolate and raspberry-infused whipped cream and topped with warm raspberry Champagne sauce.
The Champagne accompaniment determines the price. “Tier 1” dinner for two includes two glasses of Moët & Chandon Brut Imperial Champagne; “Tier 2” upgrades to a full bottle of Moët & Chandon Brut Imperial Champagne; and “Tier 3” delivers the extravagance of a full bottle of Dom Pérignon Brut Champagne. That luxury Champagne usually retails for around $200.
And don’t forget what the Fleming’s folks in their release call “an exquisite gift from a jeweler.”
Guests can also order from the regular menu.
Fleming’s says a limited number of Wine, Dine & Sparkle experiences are available at each Fleming's location. To make a reservation, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, and a reservation specialist will coordinate all the details.
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