Whether you procrastinated way too hard, got a last-minute date, or decided that you wanted to treat yourself on Valentine’s Day, there are still plenty of hot spots in New York City to share the love and grab a bite to eat.
This West Village bistro has a Valentine’s Day menu for $75 per person with limited reservations currently available early or late in the evening. Enjoy entrées including seared potato gnocchi and iron roasted split chicken, and don’t forget the dark chocolate gelato for dessert.
Spend a romantic night under the Williamsburg Bridge with Loosie’s Kitchen’s $60 three-course prix fixe menu by Chef Olivier Palazzo. Reservations are limited, with six spots currently available for two at 6 p.m. and from 9:45 p.m. to 10:45 p.m.
The Heath’s Valentine’s Day dinner, also the winner of OpenTable’s “Diner's Choice award” for most romantic restaurant, is offering a special night for a three-course meal with unlimited beer, wine and bubbly for $145 per person. At special request, the venue also offers private train cars that seat up to four guests.
The hotel’s restaurant is hosting four-course prix fixe dinner for two for $79.99. Each guest can enjoy soup and choice of entrée, plus one appetizer or salad and one dessert to share. The offer also comes with a choice of a bottle of red, white or sparkling wine.
If you’re not looking to make a reservation and want to enjoy a romantic meal at home, try Haylie Duff’s roasted tomato bruschetta recipe to start and end on a sweeter note with Elizabeth Chambers Hammer’s chocolate peanut butter cupcake recipe.
If you’re not big into celebrating Valentine’s Day, but want to share a sweet treat with your significant other, Maman is offering a limited-edition Valentine's cookie gift box for $45. You can customize the gift to include a dozen nutty chocolate chip, a dozen white chocolate cherry cranberry, or a dozen combo with 6 of each flavor.