Whether you fancy yourself a true foodie or you just really love a good wine and chocolate pairing, we've got you covered. Here's a roundup of the some of best Valentine's Day restaurant specials in the city.

 

Capital Bar & Grill: We propose a toast to kick off your Valentine's festivities. On Feb. 10, the Capital will host a sweetheart-themed afternoon tea with an array of treats, teas and champagne. For reservations, call (501) 370-7068.

Petit & Keet: This WLR restaurant is pulling out all the stops for its first-ever Valentine's Day bash since opening last May. Their prix-fixe menu includes dishes like tempura fried shrimp, charred tomato bisque, boneless lamb loin and white chocolate red velvet crème brûlée. We're not drooling, you're drooling. Click here for the full menu. For reservations, call (501) 319-7675.

South on Main: Prepare to be entertained. Heart & Soul is part-Valentine's Day dinner, part-live show. Come for the menu crafted by Chef Matthew Bell, stay to be serenaded by blues artist Trey Johnson. For reservations, call (501) 244-9660. 

South on Main part 2: Why wait until the big day to party? Make plans to attend the Love for Flyway Beer Dinner on Feb. 13 to help the restaurant celebrate being the first to tap Flyway in the state, and to celebrate your love with a four-course meal while you're at it. Spoiler alert: Expect lots of craft beer and maybe some duck tamales. Click here for the full menu. For reservations, call (501) 244-9660 or email amy@southonmain.com. 

One Eleven: This elegant restaurant is serving up Valentine's Day dinner realness with a five-course menu complete with expertly paired wines. For reservations, call (501) 370-7068 or email judy.milks@capitalhotel.com.

Table 28: It's like music to our ears. Table 28 is offering up a four-course, ballad-themed dinner capped off with sweet treats like lemon tarts, cherry mousse and chocolate chiffon. Click here for the full menu. For reservations, call (501) 224-2828.

Castle on Stagecoach: When you're royalty, you get to choose to celebrate whenever you want. The Castle on Stagecoach will host its legendary Sunday brunch on Feb. 18 with a Valentine's Day twist. We're talking horse-drawn carriages, an insane spread from Gina's Catering, bottomless mimosas — the works. For reservations, call (501) 960-0658.

Raduno Brick Oven & Barroom: More SoMa love, please. Guests of Raduno will enjoy their choice of special dinner entrées, pizza and cocktails. Walk-ins are welcome, but for reservations, call (501) 374-7476.

Cache: Au revoir, America. This fine dining restaurant is shaking things up this year by transporting guests to Paris for the night with a specialty menu. Not bad for a night in downtown Little Rock. For reservations, call (501) 850-0265.

Loblolly Creamery: Rejoice, sweet-toothed friends. Loblolly is hooking you up with a literal dessert smorgasbord including scoops, s'mores, macarons, champagne sodas and more. Plus, they're bringing back the Gallontine's Day special through Feb. 18. That means you get 10 scoops of ice cream, 10 toppings and a cherry on top. Whoa. Click here for all the delectable details.

Colonial Wines & Spirits: We call this combo a win-win. Stop in and let the pros do their thing while you learn all about about perfect wine and chocolate pairings. (Psst! It's a free event!) Click here for details.