NYC Valentine’s Day 2012

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If you did not find anything to your liking in parts one, two or three…here are even more great deals coming up for Valentine’s Day. Make sure to call the restaurants for details and to find out if taxes and tips are included…and make your resos now; V-day is just a few weeks away.

Bevacco: Executive chef Antonio Morichini, a native of Rome, has crafted two  prix fixe menus at $45 and $65 for this brand new Brooklyn Heights hot spot. Choices include a duck prosciutto, Carnaroli risotto in Barolo wine and hazelnut encrusted tuna steak with ginger. For reservations call (718) 624-1444.

Le Bernadin: If you have the money and you want to impress, Eric Ripert’s Midtown Michelin starred restaurant is the place to be. They are offering a nine course tasting menu and although Valentine’s day is sold out you may still be able to get a seat for February 11. The tasting menu will set you back $235 per person ($405 with wine pairings). Preview the menu here and make reservations by calling (212) 554-1515.

Saravanaa Bhavan: No need to fret if your date is a vegetarian, this Upper West Side restaurant is offering a $40 three course prix fixe featuring north and south Indian dishes. Dishes include vegetable bonda, South Indian thali and rava kesari (roasted creamy wheat sweetened with sugar, mixed with raisins, nuts and garnished with ghee. It also includes a glass of wine. Valentine’s Day dinner hours are from 5-10pm.  Call (212) 721-7755 for reservations.

Kyotofu: How about some really different for V-day? Kyotofu’s three course dessert and wine tasting sounds like the perfect way to get a little romance going. Curious? The first course will be raspberries in sparkling pink sake gelee paired with sparkling sake. Seating runs from 5:30pm – midnight and cost $30 per person; 2 person minimum (excl. tax and tip).  Call (212) 974-6012 or email events@kyotofu-nyc.com for reservations.

Tre Otto: Their four course $75 prix fixe is the recipe for romance. Red beet risotto, wild boar ragu and a pan roasteed duck breast sound simply delectable. The dinner comes with a chocolate souffle with strawberry sauce and a glass of prosecco. For reservations, call (212) 860-8880

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Blanca Valbuena
I am one of the co-founders of FriendsEAT. Obviously, I love to eat. Other passions include A Song of Ice and Fire, Shakespeare, Dostoyevski, and Aldous Huxley.
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