Hey Nonny prepares for a romantic Valentine’s Day

Romance reigns at Hey Nonny. The Arlington Heights music venue and bistro is preparing to host a romantic evening once again on Feb. 14. Chef Noe will be presenting a sensuous, three-course, prix-fixe menu for the evening that diners can enjoy with their one and only.

To begin the evening, diners will choose between New Zealand clam chowder, a strawberry salad, or lobster arancini. Main course options include Dover sole, filet mignon medallions, or veal Bourguignon. Diners can then close out the meal with decadent chocolate raspberry terrine or vanilla panna cotta.

“On Valentine’s Day, magic will be in the air and delectable bites will be on your plate at Hey Nonny,” said co-owner Chip Brooks. “Chef Noe knows how to perfectly prepare food that hits the right note for any occasion, and I know he’ll plate the perfect Valentine’s Day dinner.”

While Chef Noe serves up sensuous bites, Serrano Guitar Duo will fill the air with romantic tunes. Their special set list will create the perfect soundtrack for a Valentine’s Day to remember.

“If you’re looking for romance, there’s no better place than Hey Nonny this Valentine’s Day,” said Brooks. “There’s nothing that sets the mood better than being serenaded by live guitar music. And our curated Valentine’s Day prix-fixe menu will be one for the books.”

The three-course, prix-fixe dinner with live music will be $75 per person, and reservations are strongly recommended. To book dinner reservations or view the calendar of upcoming shows, visit

Hey Nonny is a bistro and music venue located in the heart of downtown Arlington Heights. The bistro, helmed by Chef Noe, serves an array of fresh seasonal Midwestern comfort-food-with-a-twist and a seasonally changing menu. The music venue is one of the best new “listening rooms” in the country, and hosts live music six days a week, featuring the best Chicago and touring acts playing jazz, blues, country, folk, and rock.

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