Valentine’s Day in Lower Manhattan: Four Very Fabulous Things You Can Do
Valentine’s Day is almost here, and this year’s fancy date-night out is one you’ll definitely want to have in Lower Manhattan. The neighborhood has plenty to offer you and your special somebody to keep the night as romantic as possible. Here are four things you can do in Lower Manhattan to appease St. Valentine.
Book A Table Inside Temple Court’s Elegant Dining Room
Tom Colicchio’s dining room inside the Beekman Hotel (5 Beekman Street) is opening up for the holiday to serve a prix fixe of specials that includes lobster salad, Wagyu striploin and chocolate mousse. Book reservations for Monday, February 14, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. (The Bar Room will also be open as usual where diners can also enjoy the aforementioned dinner as well as their Colicchio favorites.)
Enjoy A Cozy Cabin At The Greens
Pier 17’s romantic dining destination The Greens is still going with its seasonal rooftop dining concept. A reservation nets you your own 10-person-max rooftop cabin (there are 32 altogether), replete with banquette seating, a virtual fireplace, electric heating and other cold weather-friendly decor. Also, for the holiday, enjoy a bottle of rosé, complimentary dessert, and a rose for your bae. The Greens is now taking 90-minute rezzies for Friday (2/11), Saturday (2/12) and Monday (2/14).
Indulge In Nobu New York Downtown’s Omakase
Treat your S/O to a meal they’ll never forget at one of New York’s finest. The Valentine’s Day omakase menu at Nobu New York Downtown (195 Broadway) features a sashimi tasting and chef’s selection sushi.
Procure A Rose Or Two (Or A Dozen) At City Blossoms
Get 10% off Valentine’s Day arrangements ordered before February 9 with the code VDAY14. Sure, flowers are cliche, but it’s for a good reason — they’re a gorgeous and fragrant way to show your special someone you care.
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