One if by Land, Two if by Sea

Row 1

17 Barrow St (btwn W 4th St & 7th Ave S)
New York, NY 10014
(212) 255-8649
$ $ $ $
Mon–Thu: 5:30 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:30 AM–11:30 PM

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  • If you want to pamper your gal in NY, run over to One if by land, Two if by Seas for the delicious beef wellington and great wine list- Patti Stanger, Millionaire Matchmaker
  • HauntedNYC: Rumored to be haunted by Aaron Burr and his daughter, Theodosia, runaway slaves, and a female spirit who protects the restaurant by causing rude, "nasty" people to fight.
  • So romantic! Grab a glass of your favorite cocktail and cozy up with someone late at night on a couch by the fire.
  • Ok. So, this is one of the most romantic restaurants in nyc. Ask to sit near the garden but upstairs ain't bad. plus the piano bar is nice.
  • This is THE most romantic restaurant in NYC- bar none! I proposed to my wife here 15 years ago and it worked! Try it yourself.
  • Nothing special at all. The decor is nice. Food is OK at best and the service is sub par by any standard
  • Trendy restaurant that resides within former carriage house built in 1754 for former VP Aaron Burr who is said to haunt the premise (along with 22 other spirits). Full site history via<LINK>
  • This upscale restaurant is perfect for a classy, romantic night out. Live piano, candlelit tables, and courteous service. Start with the pretzel bread and get the beef wellington for the main course.
  • Super romantic. Go there for special occasions (proposal, anniversaries...) Get the duck. The wellington is good, but I personally think it's a bit overrated.
  • One of the most romantic restaurants in the city. A great place to go for an anniversary. Try the beef Wellington as part of the Prix Fix menu for $78.
  • Great ambience. Very romantic.
  • Love this venue! VERY romantic! Love the fact they have a live pianist. Love their wine menu... The food was amazing!! And their service was so attentive! High recommended!!
  • Tucked away in historic 18th-century carriage house in West Village, this romantic restaurant has been setting for countless cozy dinners since it opened in 1972. Has crackling fireplace & a piano.
  • Get table 56 in the corner.
  • Amazing food, great ambiance. Highly recommend!
  • Very disappointing. If a restaurant is going to charge obscene prices they better be able to justify it. This place fails on every level. Beautiful setting but that's where it ends. Save your money.
  • Romantic but expensive and overrated.
  • Terrible service, never gonna come again, so disappointed , food also was so-so, didn't like even desserts
  • romantic spot for drinks with a piano player and fireplaces at the bar
  • Awesome jazz brunch