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Top 10 Romantic Restaurants in New York

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New York has always been known as the best place for couples to have a romantic gateway. Especially during these stressful times, it would be lovely to enjoy a good dinner with your soulmate. The city has abundant places to express love for your significant other. Here is the top 10 flirtatious, romantic restaurant to take your soulmate for a date:

Per Se

This American-French restaurant is located in Manhattan, New York – 4th floor of the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle (8th Avenue and Broadway). The restaurant is owned by the famous chef, Thomas Keller.

Thomas is the head chef while Corey Chow is the chef. In fact, Per Se was awarded three stars (“Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey”) in 2006. In 2011, it was named the best restaurant in New York City by Sam Sifton of the New York Times. Dinner at New York City’s Per Se starts at $325.


Located at 228 W 10th St, New York, NY 10014, L’Artusi serves Italian-inspired cuisine. In fact, they provide a private dining area – perfect for a date. Spread over two floors, L’Artusi’s menu is simply personified. The wine list is similarly simplistic and features a wide range of Italian drops from nearly every region of the boot. The price ranges from $31 to $50 a meal per person.


The Manhattan-based posh restaurant is a couple’s favorite. Addressed at 60 E 65th St, New York, NY 10065, the French cuisine at Daniel is simply exquisite. Private dining set up is available at Daniel. It would cost approximately $567 for two.

The Musket Room

Do you or your significant other fancy New Zealand cuisine? Well, this is the place to be. From wine, to sea food, The Musket Room is unique in terms of menu and set up. It is ideal for an an adventurous couple who are willing to try something new. The price ranges for $31 to $50 per person. Find them at 265 Elizabeth St, New York, NY 10012.


This high-end restaurant serves Korean cuisine and signature cocktails. Chef Yim is the brain behind the unique dishes. Jungsik is New York’s most expensive Korean establishment. If you order five courses under the new scheme, which previously cost $115, you might spend as little as $93 or as much as $113. Find Jungsik at  2 Harrison St, New York, NY 10013.


Another place to explore Korean cuisine but slightly cheaper than Jungsik. Located at 12 E 32nd St, New York, NY 10016, HanGawi offers amazing vegetarian food. Price ranges from $41 to $80 per person.

K Rico Steakhouse

It is fair to say that almost everyone loves a good Latin-American meal. Pop into K Rick Steakhouse at 772 9th Ave, New York, NY 10019. The prices are fair from $31 to $50, for a relaxing date  with a patio & sidewalk seating for the girl next door type of woman.

Scalini Fedeli

 A little bit of French, a little bit of Italian cuisine at 165 Duane St, New York, NY 10013. Their innovative dishes take Italian cuisine to a whole new level. The restaurant gives a ‘homely’ vibe. However, there are very limited seats and therefore, you would want to preserve a place earlier. The dress code is usually business casual. Price ranges above $50.


Manhatta features New-American cuisine located at the top of the 28 Liberty building in Lower Manhattan. The menu comprises three courses that cost around $78 in the main dining room or at the bar per person.

Chaz Palminteri Italian Restaurant

Located on 46th street between 5th and 6th Avenue, showcases a modern décor. With an excellent combination of old-school elegance, wine, intimate bar space, and a diversified menu – it makes the perfect spot for a classic date.

The menu comprises seafood, vegetarian-friendly, Italian, Vegan, and gluten-free options. It is averagely priced – from $15 to $50 per person. An average main course would be around $27. This place delivers entrees big enough to satisfy the manliest of men. 

The restaurant has accommodated several celebrity personalities such as Cher, Billy Crystal, Sharon Stone, and Robert De Niro. Locate them at 30 W 46th St New York 10019.

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