A Guide to Impressive Dining Rooms to Book for the Holidays. The view from and around The Fulton at Pier 17 is so thrilling that it can turn any occasion into a romantic one, and its powers abound on the most important night of love. Enjoy the stunning view of the East River with three courses that include the bar's selections of raw produce, grilled diver scallops and whole roasted turbot for two, plus dessert. The elegant and elegant dining room of Little Mad, home to one of New York's most interesting snacks, is imbued with literal and atmospheric warmth thanks to its open kitchen.
Their first four-course fixed price for Valentine's Day includes caviar and Wagyu beef, as well as whole roasted prawns and a mille-feuille. The Caribbean-inspired restaurant This Time Out New York, winner of the Best of the City award, celebrates Valentine's Day on February 13, followed by its February 14 event with live music and special offers. Their three-course menu for Valentine's Day includes options such as heart-shaped flatbreads, main courses such as pan-fried salmon, and one of four desserts, such as chocolate mousse. Panorama Room opened last year with some of the most exciting new views of New York from the 18th floor of the Graduate Hotel.
The views from inside the bar and from the terrace are as impressive as it sounds, and there are still reservations for an à la carte menu, mostly seafood and cocktail-oriented, that includes oysters, raw bar towers and trout roe nachos. Sensational snapshots are obtained from seemingly endless angles in the restaurant on the 6th floor of the Wythe Hotel, which seats 70 people. Its three-course fixed price offers options such as tuna tartare, salmon tartine and filet mignon with foie gras, black truffle Bordeaux and French fries. In addition to its extensive menu of cocktails, wines and beers, the Blondeau Bar also has a notable number of low-alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
February 14 is also Dagon's first anniversary, and he will host a five-course dinner for two occasions. The special menu at the beautiful place includes oysters baked in salt with merguez, lamb ribs with a Schung crust and pomegranate ice cream. For more than 20 years, Eric Ripert has won over critics and discerning diners alike with his sophisticated and ingenious approach to seafood. While the main dining room focuses on a more formal experience, the adjoining living room is an elegant (and equally delicious) place to relax with oysters, caviar, and wine from the impressive collection of 15,000 bottles.
New York's tasting menu scene is often dominated by European and Japanese influences, which makes this innovative Korean venue so special. Run by the husband-and-wife team, chef Junghyun and Ellia Park, the elegant cuisine served at this 14-seat counter is sure to thrill Korean food devotees and newbies alike, and is sure to make any date night there an unforgettable night. While the interiors of this Soho pillar haven't changed much in more than 40 years (imagine quirky original artwork, neon pink and black tin roofs), it's still one of the city's most beloved date spots. And unlike its bustling neighborhood, Raoul's is warm and welcoming.
You can't go wrong with the signature steak au poivre or frisee salad, and if you can't get a table, the bar is also great for chatting with someone (and ordering one of the 12 burgers available every night). Some things are classic for a reason, and this steakhouse founded in 1885 is just one of those examples. If you're looking for a date idea that's destined to become a tradition, look no further and try one of these old school New York favorites, such as dry-aged steaks, surf and grass, and their famous lamb chops, along with their iconic collection of church warden pipes. Take in the ambience of an old school steakhouse and crank up the glamor to 11 and you've got this chulethouse by chef Andrew Carmellini.
The menu includes the kind of exquisite high-low mix that the chef has become known for, with options such as mozzarella sticks topped with caviar, a premium rib seasoned with a porch and a now famous wagyu striploin cured in gorgonzola, all with views of the water of the seaport. Pier 17, 89 South St, New York, NY 10038.Celestine, the romantic Mediterranean restaurant located by the water in DUMBO with stunning views of the bridges and skyline, will offer a luxurious three-course fixed-price menu that includes oysters with black truffles, dry-aged steak, braised scallops, a raspberry cream pie and more. The menu, which pays homage to the classic French restaurants that used to dot the New York landscape, is full of delicacies that are rarely seen in today's dining rooms, such as a luxurious terrine and a silky veal brain umami mousse, as well as spectacular dishes such as roasted pheasant for two at night, as well as surprises, such as a cheese cart next to the table and a multi-course dessert that turn any night into an event. .