February 14th is a day for romance, chocolate, and warm feelings. It is not a day for cooking. So take your special someone to dinner at one of these restaurants for Valentine's Day:
: When the owner's last name is the name of the restaurant, you know you're in for from-the-heart cooking. And when it's Italian, you know it's going to be delicious. In this case, authentic Italian fare made by Joe Mannino himself.
: Nothing says romance like a candlelit dinner. Christ The King Roman Catholic Church is offering just that.
Wild Ginger: Like a fusion of different emotions, the Japanese/Thai servings at Wild Ginger will ignite some excitement in your taste buds. Throw in some tummy-warming hot sake and the night is made for lovers.
: Sure, everyone knows how extraordinary the Bonwit's menu is (looking at you, black-and-blue tuna), but the best part of a dinner for two at The Inn? The salad bowl, brought out within minutes, filled with crisp greens and feta cheese, that you'll never see the bottom of.
: Nisen's got dinner alright, but if you and your man or lady enjoys a side of dancing with your meal, Nisen's weekend DJs and expansive jukebox are not to be missed. The posh sushi palace is also offering several Valentine's Day packages, including the Honeymoon pakcage, featuring a decadent six-course dinner paired with six wines.