Two for Dinner

Locanda Vini e OliiPhoto: Yun Cee Ng

A Voce: Three courses, $85
Missy Robbins, former chef at Barack and Michelle Obama’s favorite Chicago date spot, Spiaggia, offers a Valentine’s Day menu filled with dishes for couples to share, like osso buco for two.

BLT Market: Three courses, $105
If the object of your affections is a goose-liver lover, it’s hard to top the menu here, which features both a foie-gras torchon with quince purée and kumquat confit, and fillet “Rossini” served with pan-seared foie gras.

Irving Mill: Four courses for $75, or seven courses for $85
Pork master Ryan Skeen gets literal with his “heart menu”: seven courses featuring the cooked hearts of creatures from chicken to lamb. For the less culinarily adventurous, the four-course menu sticks to tamer fare like guinea hen with robiola ravoli, butternut squash, chanterelles, and escarole.

Kittichai: Five courses, $65
For those looking to spice things up on V-Day, Lulzim Rexhepi is offering a menu filled with aphrodisiacs from oysters to legendarily arousing spices like cardamom.

Le Bernardin: Seven courses, $185 ($355 with wine pairing)
Eric Ripert’s black-truffle-focused seven-course tasting menu, the accompanying price tag, and Le Bernardin’s famously perfect service all add up to an evening guaranteed to impress.

Locanda Vini e Olii: Five courses, $60
This Clinton Hill spot housed in a former pharmacy has romance to spare. The surprisingly affordable price tag will get you inventive dishes like ricotta tortino with chocolate “salame.”

Beyond the Prix Fixe
These restaurants are offering their regular a la carte menus.
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Fishtail by David Burke
Park Avenue Winter
Perry St

Two for Dinner