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Davenport Hotel Collection offers Valentine’s menus

The Davenport Hotel Collection is offering special Valentine’s menus at restaurants at two of its hotels.

The special menu at the Palm Court Grill at the Historic Davenport Hotel runs Feb. 8 to 16.

Starters are breaded Firecracker Oysters with spicy aioli and mango salsa for $16.50, truffle deviled eggs with Tobiko caviar for $13; and lamb pops and polenta cakes with strawberry-mint gastrique for $14 .

Entrees are lobster scampi with linguine for $45; king salmon Oscar with Dungeness crab for $51, and Steak-and-Lobster Thermidor with a 16-ounce ribeye for $69 or 6-ounce filet mignon for $65.

Desserts are chocolate-covered strawberries with vanilla whipped cream and a framboise-citron cheesecake mousse dome with hazelnut and almond sable for $10.50 each.

The special menu at Table 13 at the Davenport Grand Hotel runs Feb. 14 and 15.

Those offerings begin with greens – from a grapefruit salad for $10.95 and arugula-and-quinoa salad for $7.95 to a Caesar for $9.95, burrata-and-beet salad for $13.95 and organic greens with goat cheese, candied walnuts and Valencia orange for $7.95.

Small bites and tapas include shoestring potatoes for $6.95, lamb meatballs for $13.95, spicy and crunchy tuna roll for $15.95, shrimp and grits for $16.95, smoked beef brisket street tacos for $13.95 and poke crisps for 413.95.

Big plates include seared wild Alaskan halibut with elderflower buerre blanc for $30.95, filet mignon with foie gras for $38.95, duck breast with brown butter-and-sage gnocchi and blackberry whiskey sauce for $29.95,gnocchi and wild mushrooms with burrata for $22.95, grilled king salmon with huckleberry-white wine sauce for $30.95, and prime rib for $37.95 or $41.95 depending on the cut.

The Historic Davenport Hotel is at 10 S. Post St. Call (509) 455-8888.

The Davenport Grand Hotel is at 333 W. Spokane Falls Blvd. Call (509) 458-3330.

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