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5 Romantic Restaurants For Valentine’s Day Dates

This Valentine’s Day treat your gal or guy to a nice dinner at one of these Baked-approved restaurants. These spots have the right elements for any V-Day date: the perfect amount of fanciness, incredible food, and a touch of ambiance. Surprising your special someone with a reservation at one of our picks (and maybe some roses) will make their day perfect.

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1. Phoebe’s

This fine-dining cafe will offer two specials on the evening of Valentine’s Day: 10 oz. Kobe beef sirloin with a side of crispy fingerling potatoes, over sautéed greens and finished with a Bordelaise sauce, as well as a 7 oz. grilled swordfish with Israeli couscous and sautéed asparagus, finished with an oven-roasted tomato beurre blanc.

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2. Lemon Grass

Lemon Grass in Armory Square is the perfect location for a beautiful evening. Their artfully prepared Thai food is absolutely gorgeous and tastes incredible. Don’t forget to holla at the bartender—the cocktails are most definitely one of a kind.

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3. LoFo

If your date is the pickiest eater in town, take a trip to LoFo for the farm-to-table’s special V-day five-course dinner. At $50 per person, this prix fix meal has gluten free, vegan, and paleo options to satisfy any palate.

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4. Pastabilities

Book a table for two at the famous Pastabilities for Valentine’s Day. There’s nothing better than an excuse to have their hot tomato oil, and your date will be beyond impressed if you can snag a reservation here—as we all know, that’s the eighth wonder of the world.

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5. Bittersweet

Take your sweetie to this wine and dessert bar for a sophisticated evening out. Bittersweet has everything one would want on an ideal date: tons of delicious desserts and a huge wine selection. If you can’t find anyone to go with you, I would be willing…

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About Baked Magazine

Baked is Syracuse University’s student-run food magazine. Founded in 2011, Baked aims to widen food options for SU students by introducing kitchen amateurs to cooking, highlighting local businesses and eateries, and connecting readers to the greater Syracuse food community. It publishes one issue each semester.

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