Valentine’s Day is a great occasion to indulge in a dining experience you wouldn't normally consider. With the holiday just about two weeks away, the options in New York City can be overwhelming. Tons of restaurants create prefixed menus for the holiday, making it hard to pin down a place, within budget, that has good food, and a romantic atmosphere. Save yourself the stress - we've come up with five restaurants in New York City you'll want to reserve as soon as possible!
If you're looking for a place that has fresh food, you'll want to consider Bowery Road, a farm-to-table American restaurant located in Union Square. Their Valentine's Day menu consists of 3 courses, $65 per guest featuring Roasted Diver Scallop and NY Strip Steak, along with Pink Peppercorn Pavlova and Raspberry White Chocolate Trifle for dessert. The cocktails have cute names such as "Hanky Panky" and "Apple Of My Eye," that will surely get you in the mood. Click here to see the full menu and make a reservation.
Treat your loved one to an unforgettable Valentine's Day and indulge in a tasting menu curated by Chef Scott Schneider. Ai Fiori s howcases the modern interpretations of French and Italian Riviera cuisine located on the Second Floor of the Langham Hotel on Fifth Ave. Their Valentine's Menu is a 6-course tasting menu for $215 featuring Italian and French favorites.
Does anything shout special occasion more than a steakhouse? Benjamin Prime Steakhouse combined with The Sea Fire Grill to create Benjamin Prime, where the grill is their main focus. Located at 23 E 40th Street, New York, their Valentine's Day menu is a $99 per person fixed menu that features a champagne toast, different types of steaks/fish, and more!
French for "wild," Sauvage is a vibrant expression of a neo-bistro located on the border of North Williamsburg and Greenpoint in Brooklyn. For Valentine's Day , couples can pay $56 per person for a 3 course mean between 5:00 and 6:30 or $68 per person for a 4 course meal from 6:45-11:00. Their bar is open until midnight!
Tuome is the ultimate Asian-inspired restaurant located in the East Village and made for the perfect intimate date. For $115 a person, the five-course Valentine's Day dinner will feature snow crab noodles, wagyu beef, chocolate with goat's milk caramel, and more! Click here to make reservations.