Valentines Day Restaurants in New York

Romantic Restaurants in NYC

Here are some of the coziest restaurants in NYC.

  • Lucky Strike, 59 Grand, btw West Broadway and Wooster, 941-0479
  • Jules Bistro, 65 Saint Marks Place, New York, 10003 212 477 5560
    Owner Georges Forgeois was inspired to bring the energy of the many jazz venues he frequented down to the Rock ‘n Roll East Village. With Jules, Georges revived the long overlooked jazz era and introduced it to a whole new generation. Jules Bistro has captivated diners since 1993 with its amber coziness, nightly live jazz and authentic French bistro cuisine.
  • Temple Bar, 332 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10012, USA 212-925-4242
    Dark & sophisticated lounge serving both new & traditional cocktails plus upscale bar bites.
  • Shun Lee West, 43 W 65th St, New York, NY 10023, USA (212) 595-8895
    We take immense pride in creating visually striking and mouth-watering gourmet fare that is a world apart. For an absolutely divine culinary experience, indulge in our popular Beijing Duck served table side with pancakes, hoisin sauce and scallion brushes. Since opening on the East side of Manhattan in 1971, Shun Lee Palace continues to be an upscale Chinese restaurant specializing in serving trendy and eclectic cuisine. It was Manhattan’s original fine dining Chinese restaurant.

If you want to seriously impress, try these big name romantic restaurants. You should book WAY in advance:

  • One If By Land, Two If By Sea , 17 Barrow St, New York, NY 10014, USA, (212) 255-8649
    The restaurant operates inside a historic, land-marked carriage house built in 1767. Established in 1973, One if by Land, Two if by Sea soon became the go to spot in NYC for engagements, anniversaries and weddings. It has been recognized for its classic menu, long history, and beautiful decor.
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