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Love on the Menu

Prix fixe meals plus take-out options to satisfy every couple.



The Sunburnt Calf (View menu)
Highlights of this Aussie-inflected menu include Shrimp on the Barbie and kangaroo sausage. For a few extra dollars, get an extra course of a half-rack of roast lamb served over a couscous salad.
Price: $30, $35 with lovers course

Fatty ’Cue (View menu)
The barbecue hot spot is offering a menu that will inspire a love of smoked meat, with prime rib, lobster, catfish, and pork loin among the offerings. A seasonal punch and dessert come as part of the package.
Price: $69 per couple

The Tangled Vine Wine Bar & Kitchen (View menu)
This three-course Mediterranean-influenced dinner comes with a complimentary glass of sparkling wine. Even better are the accompanying discounts on oysters and Champagne.
Price: $48

Eataly (View menu)
Perennially packed with hungry crowds, this is the first time all of the food complex's restaurants will be accepting reservations. La Pasta, La Pizza, Il Pesce, and Le Verdure will all be serving four-course meals showing off their individual specialties.
Price: $50–$75

New York Central (View menu)
The Grand Hyatt's new restaurant is serving a three-course dinner, including entrees of bronzini and chateaubriand served for two. Recommended for anyone intrigued by the idea of eating a dessert called "Sexy Bread."
Price: $52, $35 additional for wine pairing

Vandaag (View menu)
This stylish Dutch restaurant is offering four courses that pay tribute to Viking Mead, also known as honey wine. Chestnut soup, ruby-red shrimp, and beef short ribs are among the options, as is an optional cocktail pairing featuring drinks made with the wine.
Price: $55, $35 additional for cocktail pairing

Jane (View menu)
Shrimp cocktail, filet mignon, and other classic dishes make up a three-course menu at this cozy American bistro. Perfect for those "opposites attract" couples where one person wants a burger and the other wants lobster.
Price: $55

Kin Shop (View menu)
The well-received contemporary Thai spot is offering three courses of southeast Asian flavors, including plates of warm crab salad and braised short ribs. For dessert, there's Sri Lankan Love Cake, which should raise your amorous spirits.
Price: $55

Gemma (View menu)
Wooden beams and candlelight set the scene for a cozy and romantic dinner at the Bowery Hotel's restaurant. All dishes are designed to be shared by couples, and a complimentary glass of sparkling rosé will start off the evening.
Price: $55

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