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Looking for a delectable Valentine’s Day lunch or dinner for you and your sweetheart? NorthPark Center has delicious options.

Surf-and-turf repasts for two are on the menu at Kona Grill and Seasons 52, while P.F. Chang’s China Bistro and Maggiano’s Little Italy have special offerings that give lovers plenty of options.

All four restaurants will also serve their regular menus on Valentine’s Day, as will La Duni Latin Kitchen & Coffee Studio and Bread Winners Café and Bakery.

At Kona Grill, the Grand Kona for Two is a $90 extravaganza that can be enjoyed by a pair of lovers or friends any day from February 14 through 29. The Grand Kona opens with two glasses of Prosecco and features filet mignon cloaked in lobster-speckled butter, miso-marinated sea bass, pan-seared scallops, crispy Brussels sprouts, and whipped potatoes. It finishes with red velvet butter cake with cream cheese sauce. The modern sushi bar and grill with American, Asian, and Pacific inspirations is also offering à la carte Valentine’s specials, including lobster potstickers, coconut shrimp bisque, and pan-seared salmon.

Seasons 52 presents the $99 Twice the Love lunch or dinner for two featuring wood-grilled beef fillet and Maine lobster tail entrees with roasted mushrooms, green beans, and Yukon mashed potatoes plus a shared dish of caramelized sea scallops. The wine bar and grill pairs the feast with two glasses of Vanderpump Rosé, a dry French blend of Cinsault, Grenache, and Syrah with flavors of strawberry, tangerine, and peach. Twice the Love diners also have a choice of desserts, including a parfait of red velvet raspberry puree and white chocolate mousse topped with a candy heart.

P.F. Chang’s Valentine’s Menu for Two is available from February 7 to 16. It furnishes three courses and two glasses of Gloria Ferrer Blanc de Noirs blush sparkler for $75. A couple may select one starter from Chang’s chicken lettuce wraps, tempura calamari and vegetables, or Kung Pao dragon roll; two entrees from Korean bulgogi steak, Mongolian beef, oolong-tea marinated Chilean sea bass, salt and pepper prawns or Chang’s spicy chicken; and either the Great Wall of Chocolate six-layer cake or New York-style cheesecake to share for dessert.

Maggiano’s Little Italy offers an $80 feast for two on Valentine’s Day. In addition to a non-alcoholic beverage and dessert, diners may choose any appetizer or two side salads and two entrees from a set menu.

As always on Valentine’s Day, it’s important to make a reservation as soon as possible. Telephone your preferred restaurant or visit it online at konagrill.com, maggianos.com, pfchangs.com, and seasons52.com.

If you love La Duni, call early on Valentine’s Day to get on the list for a table. The popular Latin bakery and restaurant doesn’t accept reservations, but you’ll be seated faster.