Whether for an anniversary or a first date, these restaurants are sure to set the mood.
What to Order: Chef Josiah Citrin always has something special up his sleeve for Valentine’s Day, and this year is no different. The eight-course menu features things like cured tai snapper with citrus fruits and jalapeño; rosemary-scented sunchoke soup with duck confit; chef Josiah Citrin’s signature lobster Bolognese with truffles (for $75 more); dry-aged New York steak with braised beef cheeks and broccoli; and two desserts. $165 per person.
Insider Tip: If you want to stay out of the Valentine’s Day fray, celebrate a day early or a day after. The special menu will be available February 13-15.