Need a night off? Enjoy one of these tasty spots
338 E. 800 South
Friday-night worthy: For cuisine out of your normal date routine, Bangkok Grill offers tasty Thai food and a unique atmosphere. You may even be lucky enough to be seated on pillows for a truly authentic experience.
463 N. University Ave.
Friday-night worthy: Surprise your date with a trip to another world at Bombay House, where you step out of Provo and into a unique culinary world.
2005 S. State Street
Friday-night worthy: For a truly magical night visit the Chef’s Table for the finest food and views of the valley.
China Lily Restaurant
Chinese, Mandarin Cuisine
133 S. State Street
Friday-night worthy: Looking for a quiet night with helpful, but low-key service? Try China Lily. For a night in, call China Lily for take out.
Gloria’s Little Italy
279 E. 300 South
Friday-night worthy: In this family-owned restaurant the love for Italian food is apparent. Don’t leave without trying the gelato.
Café, Natural, Vegetarian
45 E. Center Street
Friday-night worthy: You’re in the mood for a salad, he’s in the mood for pasta. With an eclectic menu, Guru’s satisfies every taste.
La Dolce Vita
61 N. 100 East
Friday-night worthy: Warm service plus an authentic Napoli Italian dining experience makes La Dolce Vita the perfect choice for a quiet date night.
Magleby’s Grill & Oyster Bar
American, Seafood Cuisine
4801 N. University Ave #110
Friday-night worthy: After a perfect meal at Magleby’s, share a giant slice of their famous chocolate cake.
Ottavio’s Ristorante Italiano
77 E. Center Street
Friday-night worthy: A weekend accordion player adds romance to Ottavio’s.
Pizzeria Seven Twelve
320 S. State Street #185
Friday-night worthy: It’s your turn to plan date night, why not try something unique? At Pizzeria Seven Twelve space is limited, which makes for intimate dining.
Romano’s Macaroni Grill
4801 N. University Ave. Ste 50
Friday-night worthy: The low lights and warm fire make for a romantic date.
374 E. University Pkwy
Friday-night worthy: Try sushi and other Japanese cuisine at Shoga. The modern Japanese dining experience complete with a sushi bar takes you around the world.
86 N. University Ave.
Friday-night worthy: Leave your list of first date questions behind because Spark’s interesting non-alcoholic drink menu is conversation material for the entire evening. Not to mention the atmosphere, which is unique to this valley.
72 N. 850 East
1240 N. State Street
Friday-night worthy: The ideal alternative to dinner and a movie. At Tepanyaki, the entertainment is included with the meal as a chef cooks (and performs) for you.
466 N. 900 West, Unit C
Friday-night worthy: Bring your date to Happy Hour at Yapona. Buy one specialty roll, get one traditional roll half off. (Monday through Wednesday after 4 p.m.)
See www.UTdinersguide.com for Chef Louie’s specials to these restaurants. While on the site, be sure to visit the Utah Diners Guide blog for more info on Utah County date restaurants.