Where to Dine on Valentine's Day in NYC?

Are you looking for the perfect place to take your special someone on Valentine's Day? New York City is full of romantic restaurants that offer stunning views, delicious food, and an unforgettable experience. From the breathtaking views of The Fulton at Pier 17 to the cozy atmosphere of Little Mad, here is a guide to some of the best places to dine on Valentine's Day in NYC. The Fulton at Pier 17 offers a three-course meal that includes raw produce, grilled diver scallops, and whole roasted turbot for two. Enjoy the stunning view of the East River while you dine. Little Mad is home to one of New York's most interesting snacks and its open kitchen provides literal and atmospheric warmth.

Their four-course fixed price menu for Valentine's Day includes caviar and Wagyu beef, as well as whole roasted prawns and a mille-feuille. This Time Out New York, winner of the Best of the City award, celebrates Valentine's Day with a three-course menu that includes heart-shaped flatbreads, 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 that includes oysters, raw bar towers, and trout roe nachos. The restaurant on the 6th floor of the Wythe Hotel seats 70 people and offers a three-course fixed price menu with options such as tuna tartare, salmon tartine, and filet mignon with foie gras, black truffle Bordeaux, and French fries.

The Blondeau Bar also has a notable number of low-alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Dagon will host a five-course dinner for two occasions on February 14th. The special menu includes oysters baked in salt with merguez, lamb ribs with a Schung crust, and pomegranate ice cream. Eric Ripert has won over critics and discerning diners alike with his sophisticated and ingenious approach to seafood for more than 20 years. 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 their impressive collection of 15,000 bottles. Run by husband-and-wife team chef Junghyun Park and Ellia Park, Cote is an innovative Korean venue that offers an elegant cuisine served at their 14-seat counter.

Raoul's is one of New York's most beloved date spots with its quirky original artwork, neon pink and black tin roofs, and its signature steak au poivre or frisee salad. For an old school steakhouse experience try Keens Steakhouse founded in 1885. Their menu includes dry-aged steaks, surf and turf, lamb chops, and their famous collection of church warden pipes. For a glamorous night out try The Dutch by chef Andrew Carmellini. The menu includes mozzarella sticks topped with caviar, premium rib seasoned with porch, wagyu striploin cured in gorgonzola, all with views of the water at Seaport. Celestine is a romantic Mediterranean restaurant located by the water in DUMBO with stunning views of the bridges and skyline.

Their three-course fixed-price menu includes oysters with black truffles, dry-aged steak, braised scallops, raspberry cream pie and more.

Chandra Klingerman
Chandra Klingerman

Amateur food evangelist. Amateur beer advocate. Incurable zombie scholar. Extreme food trailblazer. Far horizon trailblazer.

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