Valentine's Day Dining in the Flatiron District
The Flatiron District is your destination to get in the mood for Valentine’s Day. With Michelin starred chefs, bold fusion restaurants, and one-of-a-kind skyline views, you can choose to have an intimate dinner or have fun with family and friends. Please contact restaurants directly for reservations and additional information.
230 FIFTH, 230 Fifth Avenue, corner of 27th Street, (212) 725-4300.
Enjoy some of the city’s finest skyline views at 230 FIFTH by reserving your table for bottle service on Valentine’s Day. Reservations start at $130 for champagne service, and includes seating.
Almond, 12 East 21st Street, between Broadway and Park Avenue South, (212) 228-7557.
Reserve your table at Almond, where the chef will be serving a locally sourced 4-course blood orange-inspired menu, along with a full a la carte menu available.
Black Barn, 19 East 26th Street, between Fifth and Madison Avenues, (212) 265-5959.
At Black Barn, a specially curated gift awaits each couple that dines on Valentine’s Day. The chef’s six course menu is available for $195 per guest and includes wine pairing.
BLT Prime, 111 East 22nd Street, between Park Avenue South and Lexington Avenue, (212) 995-8500.
Choose from BLT Prime's a la carte Valentine's Day specials, or make it a three-course prix fixe for $95. Special dishes include a duo of foie, wagyu filet and lobster, a cauliflower risotto, and chocolate cream pie for dessert.
Bo's Kitchen & Bar Room, 6 West 24th Street, between Broadway and Sixth Avenue, (212) 234-2373.
It’s a showdown between angels and devils at Bo’s this Valentine’s Day. Enjoy live music by Vanessa Trouble with the angels upstairs, and music from Activation Trio downstairs in the devil’s den. Bo’s will be serving up champagne specials, and dinners for two, featuring whole branzino and tomahawk steak.
Chop-Shop II, 41 West 24th Street, between Sixth and Fifth Avenues, (646) 964-5672.
Chop-Shop II will be offering a special 7 dish tasting menu for $45 per person, including a glass of prosecco or blood orange Bellini.
Eataly, 200 Fifth Avenue, between 24th and 23rd Streets, (212) 937-8910.
At Eataly, there is more than one way to treat your special someone this Valentine’s Day. Try a unique tasting tour of Eataly on the Vino e Cioccolato circuit. You will be led to explore 12 stations that feature different wine and chocolate pairings. If you're looking for an intimate dinner for two, consider the five-course menu at Manzo, available from February 10 through February 14. If you're looking for a unique rooftop experience, reserve the five-course prix-fixe at Baita, Eataly's rooftop pop-up restaurant. Baita will be entirely candlelit for Valentine's Day.
Giorgio’s of Gramercy, 27 East 21st Street, between Broadway and Park Avenue South, (212) 477-0007.
Order from Giorgio’s seasonal menu or choose from Valentine’s Day specials like a paella for two, a seafood trio of lobster, clams, and oysters, or surf and turf.
Harding’s, 32 East 21st Street, between Sixth and Fifth Avenues, (212) 600-2105.
Harding’s will be serving its acclaimed Americana themed menu, featuring local favorites like pan-seared snapper, steak frites, handmade strigoli pasta, and more. Enjoy Harding’s handcrafted cocktails and cozy atmosphere while you dine.
ilili, 236 Fifth Avenue, between 28th and 27th Streets, (212) 683-2929.
Enjoy a complimentary glass of Laurent Perrier Brut with ilili’s prix fixe menu, featuring Lebanese specialties such as fattoush, scallop with cherries and lemon, or dry aged NY strip in thyme. The menu is served at $125 per person.
Italienne, 19 West 24th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues, (212) 600-5139
One of the newest dining establishments in the Flatiron District, Italienne will be offering a 5-course prix fixe menu for $125. Featuring culinary traditions from the French-Italian border, Italienne’s Valentine’s Day menu features a scallop crudo, wild mushroom fettucine, Mediterranean sea bass, and thoughtful desserts.
Kat & Theo, 5 West 21st Street, between Sixth and Fifth Avenues, (212) 380-1950.
Relax in Kat & Theo’s old-world-meets-new-world design with your loved one as you enjoy a four course menu, featuring lobster tagliatelle, smoked scallop, or cured foie gras. For $150, savor Kat & Theo’s unique approach to New American cuisine, conceptualized by Chef David Fisher.
La Pecora Bianca, 1133 Broadway, corner of 26th Street, (212) 498-9696.
Reserve a table to indulge in La Pecora Bianca’s succulent four-course menu designed by Chef Simone Belli. The $75 prix fixe includes dishes such as butter-poached lobster, fried oysters, and steak tartare.
L&W Oyster Bar, 254 Fifth Avenue, corner of 28th Street, (212) 203-7772.
Delight in L&W Oyster Bar’s $60 prix-fixe menu, featuring a seafood tower, snow crab tagliatelle, lobster pig-in-a-blanket, and more. Or, if mix-and-match is more your style, L&W will also be serving its classic a la carte menu.
Park Avenue Winter, 360 Park Avenue South, corner of 26th Street, (212) 951-7111.
Park Avenue Winter serves only the best that each season has to offer. On Valentine’s Day, Park Avenue Winter will be offering its ever-changing seasonal menu.
Raymi, 43 West 24th Street, between Sixth and Fifth Avenues, (212) 929-1200.
Acclaimed Peruvian kitchen and pisco bar Raymi will be offering a $55 three-course pre-fixe menu, featuring its popular ceviche, grilled whole fish, and other regional specialties.
Sarabeth’s, 381 Park Avenue South, corner of 27th Street, (212) 335-0093.
Sarabeth’s will be offering its a la carte menu with Valentine’s Day specials, including lobster bisque, red snapper crudo, and a port wine short rib, among other homemade dishes.
TEISUI, 246 Fifth Avenue, corner of 28th Street, (917) 388-3596.
This year, don’t let booked out restaurants prevent you from celebrating Valentine’s Day. At TEISUI, couples are invited to enjoy their Valentine’s Day dinner from February 10th through February 18th. The $95 prix-fixe menu features TEISUI’s innovative Japanese fare, as well as a complimentary glass of sparkling wine.