The least funny Valentine is the couple without dinner reservations, especially in a city with as many options as Denver. Any of the 16 suggestions in this Valentine’s Day restaurant guide will set the perfect tone for a romantic evening. Be advised that reservations are filling up quickly.

Beatrice and Woodsley features a five-course menu at $130/couple for Valentine’s Day dinner with a separate suggested wine pairing available. 38. S. Broadway, 303-777-3505,

Charcoal Restaurant’s Valentine’s Day dinner features a $90/person five-course meal. Charcoal also offers a special Valentine’s Day lunch on February 14 and a Valentine’s-themed brunch on Saturday February 15. 43 W. Ninth Ave., 303-454-0000,

ChoLon is offering special Valentine’s Day offerings including filet mignon and molten chocolate cake, along witht their regular menu. 1555 Blake St., 303-353-5223,

Coohills offers a special menu for Valentine’s Day (instead of its regular a-la-carte menu) for $85/person or $135/person with a wine pairing. 1400 Wewatta St., 303-623-5700,

The Corner Office has a special menu that includes two glasses of bubbly for $35/person. 140 Curtis St., 303-825-6500,

Katherine’s French Bakery and Cafe features a special Valentine’s menu and a guest singer for $45/person. 728 S. University Boulevard, 303-282-5888,

Lou’s Food Bar has a three-course menu of comfort foods for Valentine’s Day, priced at $40/person. 1851 W. 38th Ave, 303-458-0336,

Luca d’Italia offers a five-course meal for $100/person or $170/person with a wine pairing. A cheese course is also available. 711 Grant St, 303-832-6600

Marco’s Coal Fired Pizza has a four-course menu for two throughout the month (starting February 10), priced at $49/couple. 2129 Larimer St., 303-296-7000; 10111 Inverness Main St., Englewood, 303-790-9000,

Mizuna will offer a five-course Valentine’s Day menu composed of French-American food. The meal cost is $110/person or $170/person with an optional wine pairing. 225 E. Seventh Ave., 303-832-4778,

NoRTH is offering a three-course, $55/person, Valentine’s Day menu with lots of options for a romantic evening. 190 Clayton Ln, 720-941-7700

Old Major’s Valentine’s Day menu features a three-course menu with a shared mousse dessert for $60/person with an additional $40 wine pairing. 3316 Tejon St., 720-420-0622,

Opus has crafted a five-course menu for $95/person or $120/person with an optional wine pairing. 250 Josephine St., 303-355-5853,

Parallel Seventeen will offer a four-course Valentine’s Day tasting menu for $85/couple or $50/single. A wine pairing is also available. 1600 E. 17th Ave., 303-399-0988,

Russell’s Smokehouse prime rib and lobster tail highlight this four-course Valentine’s Day offering for $60/couple. 1422 Larimer St., 720-524-8050,

Second Home’s menu features a Creekstone Farms’ filet and Maine lobster, along with the choice of a “love potion” from the Valentine’s Day inspired drink menu. 150 Clayton Lane., 303-253-3000

TAG offers Hawaiian tuna and Colorado lamb shoulder on its four-course Valentine’s Day meal for $69/person or $89/person with wine pairing. 1441 Larimer St., 303-996-9985,

True Food Kitchen’s Valentine’s Day dinner consists of a three-course meal for $25/person, which includes options for all healthy eating habits. 2800 E. 2nd Ave #101, 720-509-7661,

Zengo offers its Valentine’s Day four-course menu Friday, February 14 through Sunday February 16 for $65/person. 1610 Little Raven St., 720-904-0965,

2/10/14 Correction: This article incorrectly stated that Marco’s Coal Fired Pizza’s four-course menu was priced at $49 per person. In fact, it is $49 per couple. We regret the error.

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