Adour Alain Ducasse
For the Über-romantic, Adour is offering a $45 black-truffle supplement to its three- and four-course menus of duck foie gras terrine, wild striped bass, Atlantic halibut, and dark chocolate sorbet.
• Price: $130 (three courses), $150 (four courses)
Celebrate with a table full of six tapas dishes, including sea bass crudo, almond-stuffed dates, and creamy Serrano-ham-and-mushroom croquettes.
• Price: $75
Highlights from the special three-course menu include chestnut and ricotta ravioli, duck meatloaf, Rhode Island day boat scallops, and of course, Buttermilk's signature fried chicken with cheddar waffles.
• Price: $75
New executive chef Christopher Agnew's five-course tasting menu (offered all weekend) will include hamachi, halibut, New York strip, and a coconut plate with pineapple, white chocolate, and lime. Bonus dessert: petit fours!
• Price: $150
The two-course prix fixe menu at this intimate Italian space includes steak tartare and lobster ravioli, plus a variety of homemade à la carte desserts.
• Price: $65, plus the choice of a bottle of wine or Champagne
If seafood is your true love, go all-out with a banquet of lobster tail, oysters, mussels, clams, shrimp, ceviche, and tartare.
• Price: $100
Hecho en Dumbo
Kick back with a Mexico City–style four-course prix fixe, a complimentary cocktail, and a free performance by Brooklyn-based all-female mariachi group Flor de Toloache.
• Price: $52
Jimmy's No. 43
Single folk can take advantage of a $10 beer-tasting, chocolate-pairing evening or an à la carte menu, which will be available alongside a three-course prix fixe that includes braised pork belly, oysters, and polenta cake.
• Price: $25
For the indecisive, this opulent Indian favorite is offering two tasting menus, including a vegetarian option featuring dum squash biryani for two.
• Price: $95 (four-course), $70 (vegetarian), plus optional $55 wine pairings
Top Chef Harold Dieterle will offer two menu options perfect for splitting with a partner: grilled rack of lamb with bok choy and banana-rua curry, or whole stir-fried lobster with duck eggs, sunchokes, pea tendrils, and mild yellow curry.
• Price: $78 per couple (lamb), $88 per couple (lobster)