Looking for the perfect Valentine’s Day restaurant in Philadelphia? Try one of these sweet spots.
Snuggled inside the Canopy Hotel, French-inspired The Wayward is offering a seafood-centric, prix fixe Valentine’s Day menu from Feb. 11 to Feb. 14. The $75 per person, four-course menu includes oysters, caviar, seared Ahi tuna, choice of New Zealand lamb chops or seafood bouillabaisse, and a chocolate tart for dessert. 1170 Ludlow St., Philadelphia
Have a one-night (culinary) stand at Talula’s Daily, the farm-to-table mecca in Washington West. Serving its $100 per person menu only on Feb. 14, Talula’s is offering chestnut soup, salad, lemon and bay scallop risotto, overnight braised beef short rib with a “S’moregasm” ice cream sundae for two. 208 W. Washington Square, Philadelphia
Share The Love at Chef Aimee Olexy’s Rittenhouse Square gem. The eatery’s regular menu will be complimented by a curated cheese selection that includes a special dish featuring Perryside’s Oozy Intergalactic Cheese baked with pink champagne and served with crostini. 130 S. 18th St., Philadelphia
Stir things up at this Frank Gehry-designed restaurant inside the Philadelphia Museum of Art. A Valentine brunch – with frittatas, hand-torn pastas, and more – will be served from Sat., Feb. 12 to Mon., Feb. 14.
Savor la dolce vita with Dolce Italian’s handmade pastas, pizzas, fried oysters oreganata, spaghetti with crab ragu and braised short rib with polenta, Romanesco, baby carrots and gremolata. And, from Feb. 9 – 14, Dolce Italian is offering a Valentine-themed tray of 60 cookies, all housemade by the restaurant’s pastry chef and available for pick-up at the restaurant. W Philadelphia, 1437 Chestnut St., Philadelphia
Sexy and sophisticated, Steak 48 is a perfect 10 on the romance scale. In addition to its prime steaks, the restaurant will offer a fresh raw bar, deluxe seafood options and indulgent desserts. 260 S. Broad St., Philadelphia