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Adour.Photo: Eric Laignel / Courtesy Adour Alain Ducasse

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

Buttermilk Channel
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

Caviar Russe
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

Fatta Cuckoo
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

Flex Mussels
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

Kin Shop
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)

Marea.Photo: Hannah Whitaker

Luke’s Lobster
Two lobster rolls, chips, pickles, a bowl of clam chowder (with two spoons), and two Maine micro-beers combine for the perfect casual-dining Valentine’s Day menu.
Price: $40 per couple

LuLu & Me
Relax with beverages, crostini to share, delicata squash salad, two medium plates of your choosing, and a special cookie plate with chocolate.
Price: $130 per couple

Marc Forgione
Get in the mood with the aphrodisiac’s tasting menu at this rustic spot, featuring stimulating bites like tuna with passion fruit, black truffle, and parsnip.
Price: $125

Add caviar or oysters to an already-sumptuous four-course menu (think roast squab and dry-aged sirloin) at this notable seafood establishment.
Price: $150

Thrifty lovers can keep their wallets in check with this modestly priced, pan-Latin American three-course meal.
Price: $35

NY Bite Club
Interested in a secretive supper-club experience? Reserve a spot for you and your date by e-mailing Directions to the six-course Brooklyn-held dinner will be sent a few days in advance
Price: $100

Saravanaa Bhavan
This inexpensive vegetarian option includes a variety of North and South Indian specialties, from vegetable bonda to rava kesari, as well as a complimentary glass of wine.
Price: $40

Vesta Trattoria & Wine Bar
Queens-bound? This cozy spot offers seatings every hour for its three-course prix fixe, which includes your choice of pan-seared Arctic char or bone-in rib eye, plus a complimentary glass of prosecco.
Price: $50, plus an optional $20 wine pairing

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