I understand– time escapes you. Between stressful days at work, squeezing in time at the gym, and sleeping, you barely have time to remember if you ate dinner, let alone plan Valentine’s Day. Before anxiety overwhelms you, take a look at this list. I have searched high and low to find some of the best spots in NYC to celebrate Valentine’s Day with whomever you choose, significant other or friends. Oh, yeah, I forgot to mention that they still have reservations available. I got your back!
The Bourgeois Pig, 111 East 7th Street, 212-475-2246
Boasting of their fine wine and beers, the ambiance in the Bourgeois Place is warm and inviting. A Pre-fixed dinner includes fondue as the feature!
Zenkichi, 77 North 6th Street, Brooklyn, 718-388-8985
Opened by a Tokyo native, be prepared to step into a modern Japanese brasserie where the dining is as impressive as its decor.
Costata, 206 Spring Street, 212-334-3320
Meat lovers, rejoice! The Italian word for “rib eye,” Costata’s menu is built around the mouthwatering dry, aged meat. Maybe not the best place for your vegetarian friends.
DeGrezia, 231 East 50th Street, 212-750-5353
The romantic environment and over 450 wines to pair with traditional Italian cuisine, you may never want to leave.
Duane Park/The Tassel Room, 308 Bowery, 212-732-5555
Dinner and a show! The most elegant burlesque supper club around town, the Tassel Room is a must see for live entertainment and good food.
Colonie, 127 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, 718-855-7500
A quaint, historic spot popular among the locals for drinks and dining. Affordable yet delicious, the kitchen is run by Chef Andrew Whitcomb who has been cooking since the age of 13!