The Mint Museum
The Mint Museum (2730 Randolph Road) hosts an afternoon tea at 2 p.m. Feb. 21 to celebrate the opening of their new exhibit, “Portals to the Past: British Ceramics (1675-1825).” Finger sandwiches, canapes, scones and cake will be served with curator of decorative arts Brian Gallagher on hand. Cost is $20; $15 for museum members. Reservations: 704-337-2011.
The VanLandingham Estate (210 The Plaza) will host “Murder Is a Fine Art … Mystery Dinner and Dancing” on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14. A murder mystery, dinner, live music and dancing are included for $94 with a cash bar available. Reservations: 704-334-8909.
Rock Salt (512 Brandywine Road) will feature a four-course menu for Valentine’s Day weekend, Feb. 12-14. The menu features a selection of sweet and spicy dishes for $55; the regular menu will also be available. Rock Salt will celebrate its first anniversary Feb. 26-28 with $1 oysters and $1 off local drafts from 11 a.m. Friday to close Sunday. Reservations: 704-503-9945.
Morton’s (227 W. Trade St.) will offer a steak and cold-water lobster tail special for $55 for Valentine’s Day, Feb. 12-14. Reservations: 704-333-2602.
Village Tavern (4201 Congress St.) will feature a three-course dinner for two for $80 on Valentine’s Day with entrée choices of blackened red snapper, filet Oscar and more. Reservations: 704-552-9983.
Del Frisco’s (4725 Piedmont Row Drive) hosts a Silver Oak Cellars wine dinner Feb. 18. Filet mignon, French lamb chops and seared wagyu beef carpaccio will be paired with Silver Oak and Twomey wines for $225. Reservations: 704-552-5502.
Over 75 restaurants have extended their Queen’s Feast pricing. Visit www.charlotterestaurantweek.com for details on individual restaurants.
Vida (210 E. Trade St.) is featuring new happy hour specials on Thursdays. On the menu are $2 featured tacos, $3 Coronas and $4 craft beer, 5-7 p.m.