New York, NY (PRWEB) January 24, 2013
This Valentine’s Day New York will be a buzz with romance. According to one survey by totsy.com 88% of women would love a romantic dinner on Valentine’s Day. With that in mind BLB chooses their favorite romantic dinner rendezvous for those wondering where to eat in New York City on Valentine’s Day.
A candle lit dinner at One if by Land, Two if by Sea is sure to set a romantic mood. BLB is not alone in this recommendation. In fact, based off nearly 5 million reviews over the last year Open Table listed this restaurant as one of the 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in the United States. One if by Land, Two if by Sea is located in Greenwich Village in a landmark carriage house. The chef offers a three course prix fixe menu for $90.
Another great option that has not been open long enough to make this year’s top 100 list is The General. The General is an Asian inspired eatery and the newest creation of The EMM group, co-owned by Mark Birnbaum, Eugene Remm and Michael Hirtenstein. On Valentine’s Day they will be offering their regular menu along with a special little addition. BLB loves the elegance of the dining room at The General that seems to be filled with energy.
For true romantics BLB recommend Equus at the Castle on the Hudson. Equus is situated inside an enchanting castle which was transformed into a luxury hotel. What could be more romantic than Valentine’s Day in a castle? The restaurant offers diners romantic views of the Manhattan skyline, the Hudson River valley and the castle’s spectacular gardens. BLB appreciates that they pride themselves on excellence in customer service.
Valentine’s Day is the perfect day to indulge in some of what New York’s best restaurants have to offer. Bright Lights Business’ top choices are sure to please any sweetheart.
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