The Dish February 10 2001

Valentine’s Day
Anthony’s restaurant presents a five-course Continental dinner for two in an antebellum setting. Guitarist Mark Unger and pianist Alan Dynin will perform while diners enjoy shrimp and scallop brochettes, jumbo lump crab cakes and a heart-shaped dessert. Feb. 14. 6-10 p.m. $150 inclusive. 3109 Piedmont Road. 404-262-7379.
On the top floor of the downtown Hilton Atlanta, Nikolai’s Roof will serve a romantic Valentine’s dinner Feb. 9-14. A harpist will entertain while guests enjoy a menu of French Continental cuisine with Russian influences. 6:30-9 p.m. $77.50 per person. 255 Courtland St. 404-221-6362.
Or if you prefer exotic cocktails to skyline views, visit Trader Vic’s for a Polynesian-style feast and entertainment beginning at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 14. $39.50 per person. 255 Courtland St. 404-589-7880.
Cino Grille serves up Cajun corn-fried oysters, gazpacho salad and filet and lobster tail at its five-course Valentine’s dinner. $65 per couple. The Avenue at East Cobb, 4475 Roswell Road, Marietta. 770-509-5522.
Long-stemmed roses will be a treat for the ladies at Aria on Valentine’s Day. Couples will feast on a four-course, prix fixe menu. $80 per person. 490 E. Paces Ferry Road. 404-233-7673.
The Martini Club pours “Pucker Up” and “Alize Passion” martinis for two paired with chocolate fondue with fresh strawberries. Entertainment includes live jazz by Al Smith and Friends. 1140 Crescent Ave. 404-873-0794.
Soho Bar presents a special Valentine’s Day “Flight Night” including a complimentary glass of Methode Champenoise sparkling wine and passion fruit and chocolate-covered strawberries. 4300 Paces Ferry Road. 770-801-0069.
Treat your sweetie to a four-course menu prepared by Park 75 chef Brooke Vosika, featuring some of his “most romantic dishes.” $75 per person. Four Seasons Hotel, 75 14th St. 404-253-3840.
Openings
Rocky Mountain Pizza recently opened its third location under the name Rocky Mountain Lodge. The restaurant will serve an expanded menu of steaks, pastas, burgers and sandwiches along with signature pizzas. 1810 Liddel Lane, Duluth. 770-931-0317.
The space formerly occupied by Indigo Coastal Grill now houses STAR Steaks and BBQ, another venture by restaurateur Tom Catherall (Tom Tom and Prime). The Virginia-Highland restaurant presents a Western menu of steaks, beef brisket, pork barbecue and more. 1397 N. Highland Ave. 404-876-0676.
This and That
Eddie Hernadez is back as full-time chef at Sundown Café after a long stint as chef at the new sister operation, Taqueria del Sol. 2165 Cheshire Bridge Road, 404-321-1118.






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