With Valentine’s Day less than a week away, it’s time to get a restaurant reservation on the calendar, if you haven’t already.The food-loving editors at Zagat shared their picks for must-try romantic restaurants in 10 major cities around the country, giving us two options in each place.
These romantic restaurants are definitely worth a visit, on Valentine’s Day or for any other special occasion.
Chef Carvel Gould serves up exceptional food at this upscale restaurant overlooking the Chattahoochee River. Prices are high, but the service and setting make it worth your while.
Consistently one of the top-rated restaurants in Atlanta, this New American hotspot has a great wine list, stellar staff, and retro-chic interior.
Chef Bruce Sherman does wonders at this farm-to-table affair in a 'pastoral' setting in Lincoln Park. Enjoy the views, service, and peaceful atmosphere.
Located in a townhouse in Streeterville, this French restaurant is peaceful and filled with flowers, according to Zagat. The food and wine get high marks, though the prices make it a 'special occasions only' kind of place.
This hotspot in the West Village is known for its simple but inventive cuisine and warm staff. But don't be surprised when the bill arrives; chef Galen Zamarra's food is a splurge.
This collaboration between Stephen Starr and Aimee Olexy serves up inventive American cuisine. Head back when the weather warms up and nab a seat in the delightful garden out back.
Located in a townhouse in Washington Square West, this Italian delight from chef Marc Vetri is pricey, with a price-fixe only menu that starts at $155, but worth it for a special evening, says Zagat.
The most romantic thing about this New American restaurant may be the view: It's located on the 30th floor of the U.S. Bancorp Tower in downtown Portland.
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