Romantic French restaurants in New York City with Valentine’s Day specials
With an indoor dining room in New York reopening on February 14 (at 25% capacity) *, Governor Cuomo seems to be betting on love in Corona’s time. Whether you’re looking to dine in, take out, or share the difference on a heated terrace, these French restaurants have Valentine’s Day specials just for you.
Fort Greene’s favorite Chez Oskar offers a four-course tasting menu for $ 65 per person which includes a carrot and ginger consommé, duck rillette & foie gras macaroons or shrimp croquette, filet mignon or half lobster, and a duo of desserts. There are also wine and food pairings by the bottle or by the half-bottle. Reservations for pickup (no delivery) must be made by phone or in person, by February 10 for February 13 pickup or February 11 for February 14 pickup. Dining options will be available indoors or in their heated outdoor cabin. 310 Malcolm X Blvd, (718) 852-6250
Alain Ducasse’s Midtown bistro offers you a 5-course tasting menu on February 13 and 14, pick-up or delivery. It includes a Jerusalem artichoke velouté with foie gras, a gravlax with roasted beets and citrus fruits, a crunchy chard and goat cheese, a chicken truffled with chanterelles and a “sweet heart” of chocolate, lime and amarena for dessert. The tasting menu is $ 110 per person, and you can add a food and wine pairing for $ 75 (“discovery”) or $ 100 (“experience”). Order online here. You can also reserve a place for a meal in the dining room (the 14th) or on their heated terrace. Book online here. 60 W 55th St, (646) 943-7373
Nougatine & the Terrace at Jean-Georges
Nougatine & The terrace at Jean-Georges offers a five-course tasting menu at $ 198 per person which includes tuna tartare, chicory and black truffle Caesar salad, shrimp and mushroom risotto, steamed black bass, wagyu beef tenderloin in a pepper crust and a “duo” of cupcakes. They also have two special cocktails for Valentine’s Day. Reservations are available for lunch and dinner February 12-14 in their heated outdoor cabins, with indoor dining available on February 14. The tasting menu is also available for pickup and delivery from February 12-14. You can make reservations or order pickup / delivery on their website. 1 Central Park West, (212) 299-3900
The Midtown West restaurant Le Privé offers you a three-course fixed price valentine’s menu for $ 69 each, with a free bottle of wine for two orders. It includes options like Onion Soup, Snail, Moules Frites, Duck Breast and more, finished with Creme Brulee or Chocolate Mousse. Plus, their house specialty Disobedient cocktail with strawberry purée, Veuve Clicquot, Belvédère, St Germain. Order in line or make a reservation to eat on their website. 626 10th avenue, (212) 837-2795
La Goulue on the Upper East Side offers a three course meal fixed price valentine’s menu at $ 125 per person, available February 13 and 14. The starters include the lobster consomme, the mad salad and the hamachi tartare; main courses include halibut, grilled veal chop and pepper steak; and dessert options include tarte tatin, pavlova de maracuja, and crunchy profiteroles. Order for pickup on Open table or make a reservation for an indoor or outdoor meal on their website. 29 E 61st St, (212) 988-8169
This Korean-French fusion restaurant in East Village offers a five-course tasting menu for Valentine’s Day for $ 135 each. It includes a terrine of foie gras with black truffle, a Jerusalem artichoke soup, Chilean sea bass, beef Wellington and a truffle + chocolate panna cotta. There’s an optional two-half-bottle wine pairing add-on, for $ 78, plus a box of Valentine’s Day caviar and champagne for $ 235. Order in line for pickup and delivery. There are also places outside at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Make your reservation on Resy. 108 E 4th St, (646) 838-5524
This Upper East Side hangout is priced at $ 22 Valentine’s day Special roasted vegetable and goat cheese pie brunch, and a special Valentine’s Day dinner of lamb shank braised in red wine for $ 34. Call to make your reservation for meals on the indoor or heated terrace. 200, 70th Street West, (212) 873-7411
Daniel Boulud Kitchen
For those looking to really party this Valentine’s Day, Daniel Boulud Kitchen offers a decadent three course fixed price menu for two, priced at $ 490. It includes a starter of ceviche or lobster salad, a main course of sole or duck breast in a black truffle crust with foie gras and orange, and a dessert of creamy dark chocolate or a “heart” of pineapple. roasted with hibiscus. Comes with a bottle of Pol Roger Brut Réserve Champagne and a selection of Valentine’s Day pastries. Order for To recover Where delivery, available February 12-14. 60 East 65th St, (212) 288-0033
* Reminder when booking that restaurants must always close at 10 p.m.