Valentine’s Day 2023 in NYC: North Miznon, Dagon and Other Romantic Restaurants to Check Out This Year
Looking for a romantic restaurant to try this Valentine’s Day? We’ve got you covered! Here are three spots well worth checking out to impress your Valentine this year.
Address: 161 W 72nd St., New York
One of the most unique menus on the Upper West Side is crafted by Israeli chef Eyal Shani, and it’s always changing so you never know what new discovery you’ll find at North Miznon.
The menu features categories like “Grade A Cow And Lamb Fed In Flowered Fields” and “Wild Fish And Other Creatures From The Deep Sea.” The dishes themselves also have obscure names and descriptions bound to spark conversation like Beef Ossobuco, described as “ the most tender beef, as if your Italian nonna is cooking for you (for 2)” at $56. There’s also “The Best Branzino That I Ever Ate, The Roasted One” at $39. We really can’t tell what the “Journey Into The Head Of The Lokus” could be but at $63 it’s likely a sampling of seafood that’s well worth the journey. Learn more about North Miznon.
Address: 2454 Broadway, New York
This year, the Upper West Side’s Dagon has crafted its own unique menu for Valentine’s Day 2023. At $75 per person, the menu begins with an “Amuse” featuring ½ dozen Malpeque Oysters. Then to start, choose from the Beet Hummus, Salmon Crudo, or Wild Mushroom Toast with a slow poached farm egg. For the main course, choose between Overnight Brisket Tagine, Plancha Seared Arctic Char, or Spiced Beet Shishbarak. Then, for dessert there’s Chocolate Mousse Roses, the perfect finish to your Valentine’s Day dinner date. Learn more about Dagon’s Valentine’s Day 2023 menu.
Address: 244 E 79th St., New York
While Sojourn describes itself as “the Upper East Side’s sexiest restaurant,” it is worth noting this intimate spot for culture, food, and wine, was voted Winner’s Choice for Vibrant Bar Scene on OpenTable for the Manhattan area. Here the food is great and the wine is even better. Try the 30 Day Dry Aged Strip Steak ($34) or the Roasted Long Island Duck Breast in red wine sauce ($32). Learn more about Sojourn.