New York City, with its dimly lit bars and intimate dining spots, oozes charm, appeal and romance—it’s the perfect place to spend your V-Day. Here are our Valentine-worthy Date Spots in NYC.
Tucked behind an unmarked door at the front of Japanese restaurant Village Yokocho, Angel’s Share is one of the East Village’s best kept secrets. With beautiful views of Stuyvesant Square, gorgeous drinks, and bartenders wearing their finest garb, this date spot is sure to add a little mystery and intrigue to the night. (Image above by @cher_r_r on Instagram)
Angel’s Share: 8 Stuyvesant St. (212)-777-5415
Dear Irving is without a doubt one of the most gorgeous bars in all of Manhattan. The dapper and oh-so handsome interiors are swirled together with more modern influences, creating a perfectly charming spot to perfectly charm someone.
Dear Irving: 55 Irving Pl.
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Some say the way to someone’s heart is through their stomach. This might not sound altogether pleasing (or anatomically correct) but if you’re looking for a truly impressive menu, look no further than Tuome Restaurant in the East Village. Contemporary American with Asian influences, ravishing decor, and a newly minted Michelin star rating—need we say more?
Tuome Restaurant: 536 E 5th St.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that period dramas are ridiculously romantic. The Auction House, located in the Upper East Side, brings the Victorian era back to life with its swinging chandeliers, red velvet seating, grandiose artworks and the flicker of candlelight.
The Auction House: 300 E 89th St.
It’s impossible to let a Valentine’s Day slip by without a generous dollop of dessert. Koreatown’s Spot Dessert Bar serves an innovative and exciting menu in a sweet tapas style. From “Green Tea Lava” to “Mango Crepe Soufflé” you’ll be sure to find something that’ll tickle both your tastebuds.
Spot Dessert Bar: 11 W 32nd St