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With Valentine's Day approaching, many East Texans will be looking for a romantic dinner spot in Tyler, Longview, and Jacksonville, Texas, and seeing how the special day is on Wednesday this year, you'll want to be on top of things so you can snag those perfect reservations at your favorite spot.

You've shown your love for your significant other by showering them with a Valentine's Day card, some flowers, maybe chocolates, a stuffed animal, and possibly some new jewelry, and now all that's left is dinner. Well, if you're on the hunt for a restaurant for a romantic dinner to take your special someone to on Valentine's Day, we've come up with some great suggestions for you. However, on the biggest night for lovers, reservations are a must, especially for these East Texas restaurants.

Trying to make things easy for you, here are some suggestions for that romantic dinner on Valentine's Day night along with their phone number for you to call and hopefully they'll still have a table available for you.

In Tyler, try these restaurants for a romantic evening:

In Longview, one of these would be a great place for a Valentine's dinner:

In Kilgore, how about the following:

In Bullard, you've got a great location:

Here's to hoping you have success and a very memorable Valentine's dinner this year.

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