6 Most Romantic Valentine’s Day Restaurants Across US

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Everyone should experience dining with a view of Napa Valley at least once in their life. And if you already happen to have done it, then why not do it again at one of the best vantage points, from Rutherford’s Auberge du Soleil. The restaurant is run by executive chef Robert Curry, who has won 11 consecutive Michelin stars. His recipes reflect the natural diversity and rich seasonal produce available in the region. Since they strive to only source their ingredients from local and regional sellers, you know they will only have the freshest and best ingredients in their dishes.

The exquisite fine-dining menu is accompanied by amazing wine from one of the biggest wine cellars in the region. They require vaccination cards in order to dine with them, but if you happen to live close by, we are sure you will not regret it if you choose to dine with them for Valentine’s Day.


Inside the Reach hotel in Key West, you will find Four Marlins, a gorgeous restaurant that oversees the beach. Their menu is extremely diverse, with locally sourced ingredients, freshly caught fish, and an impressive wine list. You can make a reservation for your candlelit meal on the outdoor veranda, where you can dine and listen to the calming sound of the ocean, all while admiring the view and the palm trees swaying in the wind. Definitely a night you will remember!


If you are familiar with Chicago, you probably know which restaurant we are about to suggest for this wonderful state. Being one of the most celebrated fine dining locations on Chicago’s North Shore, you will find the setting of The English Room at the Deer Path Inn to make for an unforgettable Valentine’s Day dinner. As the name suggests, you can expect some traditional British classics that have a delicious twist to them in a quite regal setting. And we cannot forget about the desserts, as they are to die for!

If you are truly looking to splurge and enjoy a wonderful time with your partner, you can look into staying for a few days at the inn (it’s a wonderful location) and enjoying what the town has to offer. You can also try the restaurant’s afternoon tea, for which they are known. Just make sure you can show proof of vaccination and follow the mask protocols.

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