GBOD Hospitality Group will celebrate Valentine’s Day with prix fixe dinner menus and beverages at three of its five Gaslamp Quarter bar and restaurant locations – Monkey King, Mezé Greek Fusion and Havana 1920
–exclusively on Thursday, Feb. 14.
Monkey King, the Southeast Asian-inspired restaurant located in the Gaslamp Quarter at 467 5 th Ave., will set the mood for romance with a three-course dinner and sake for Valentine’s Day. The celebratory menu, priced at $80 per couple, will include a bottle of sake to share; miso soup to start; followed by a M.K. Roll, made with spicy tuna, crab, avocado, cream cheese, spicy mayo and eel sauce and flash-fried in light tempura batter. The entrée course includes a choice between M.K. chicken, lightly-breaded chicken served with orange sauce and oranges; Mongolian beef served with scallions, white onions, leeks and sweet dark sauce; miso-glazed salmon served with bok choy and crispy fried carrots; or pad thai, rice noodles with egg, carrots, bean sprouts, green onions, peanuts and lime.
More information and reservations are available by calling 619.359.8897 or online at www.monkeykindsd.com.
Mezé Greek Fusion:
Experience the romance of the Greek Isles with a Valentine’s Day dinner and wine at Mezé Greek Fusion, located in the Gaslamp Quarter at 345 6 th Ave. The Valentine’s Day menu, priced at $80 per couple, will include a bottle of house wine to share followed by a trio of cold meze to share: cilantro jalapeño hummus, tzatziki and baba ghanoush, made with grilled eggplant, tahini, garlic and lemon juice; served with warm pita bread. For entrée selections, guests will have a choice between Gyro, slow-roasted and marinated beef and lamb topped with onions, tomatoes and tzatziki, served with pita; chicken souvlaki, grilled Greek kabob served with basmati rice, sautéed vegetables and tzatziki; falafel plate, chickpea croquets with mixed greens, tomato, red onion, tahini, pickled turnips, hummus and pita bread; or lamb shank, traditional lamb shank marinated in Greek spices, topped with tomato-garlic sauce and served with a side of asparagus and mashed potatoes.
More information and reservations are available by calling 619.550.1600 or online at www.gaslampmeze.com.
Say, ‘te amo mucho’ at Havana 1920. Located at 548 5th Ave. in the Gaslamp Quarter, the intimate restaurant and lounge will offer a three-course dinner priced at $80 for couples. The meal will start with a shared cocktail followed by a sampling of bocaditos: plantain chips, ham croquettes, picadillo-stuffed potato, cheese-stuffed potato and vegetarian turnover. Couples will share a salad with fresh greens, followed by the main course with a choice between ropa vieja, shredded beef cooked in tomato sauce with peppers and onion; lechón asado, classic Cuban-style marinated roasted pork; Sergio’s vegetarian paella, a traditional saffron rice dish served with asparagus, mushrooms, bell peppers, sweet plantains and Caribbean avocados; or filete de pollo al ajillo, half of a chicken roasted and marinated in garlic citrus mojo.
More information and reservations are available by calling 619.369.1920 or online at www.havana1920.com.