Most Romantic Restaurants in Philadelphia

The 7 Best Restaurants For Valentine’s Day In Philadelphia

Valentine’s Day 2020 is quickly approaching and if you’re looking for where to spend a romantic evening in Philadelphia then you’re in luck. The city’s absolutely overflowing with intimate spots serving specials this February 14th. 

White linen, cosy secluded corners, and candlelit tables are about to take this year’s dinner date to a whole new level. But, some places in Philadelphia go above and beyond with the romantic details. These are the kind of spots that offer more than just a candlelit table and some petals thrown across the table.

This February 14th, prepare to truly whisk your partner off their feet. These spots think of it all, from the first drink to the last bite of dessert. Book a table at the best restaurants for Valentine’s Day in Philadelphia and enjoy indulging in something extra special.

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1. Barbuzzo

A chic interior welcomes you into Barbuzzo, one of Philly’s most sought after Mediterranean restaurants. Tables are spread out just enough to allow guests to indulge in an intimate evening for two. And, this Valentine’s Day, they’ll be offering a special, romantic tasting menu. Expect nothing less than world-class Mediterranean fare during the delicious four-course meal.

Best Restaurants For Valentine’s Day In Philadelphia

2. Estia

It’s hard not to fall in love with the elegant dining room at Estia. Here, style and elegance are key, and so is luxury; they fly fish fresh in straight from the Mediterranean. This is the kind of place you take someone you’re looking to truly impress. This year, book a table to enjoy the spot’s special Valentine’s Day menu. It’s full of flavour and flare.

Best Restaurants For Valentine’s Day In Philadelphia

3. Bud & Marilyn’s

Bud & Marilyn’s is where the locals go for a romantic evening out on the town. The menu is full of updated American classics that tantalise each and every one of your senses. You’ll be able to enjoy a retro rec-room vibe at the bar before settling into the main course. This year, they’re offering a romantic prix fixe menu for $65 per person.

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4. Jamonera

Whisk your date away to Barcelona without ever leaving the comfort of Philly. Jamonera is easily one of the best restaurants for Valentine’s Day in Philadelphia, especially for tasting plates and world-class wines. While charcuterie and sherry usually reign supreme here, they’re whipping up a special, extra indulgent menu just for lovers this February 14th.

Most Romantic Restaurants in Philadelphia

5. Harper’s Garden

There’s something extremely intimate about the setting at Harper’s Garden. Whether it’s the lush greenery that overflows into the patio or the elegantly strung fairy lights, it’s hard to pinpoint just what makes this one of the best restaurants for Valentine’s Day in Philadelphia. Perhaps it’s the Valentine’s Day menu they offer, which is full of some of the city’s finest food.

6. Relish

While most notably known by locals for the quality of brunch foods they offer, and of course the live jazz music, Relish is also a great spot for a V-Day dinner date, too. Live music will accompany the evening as couples can graze their way through a special menu of classic Southern dishes done up with fabulous flair and lots of flavours.

7. Moshulu

For under $100 you can treat your partner to a truly unforgettable evening aboard one of Philly’s most historic restaurants. Yes, we said aboard. Moshulu is set inside of a historic ship, serving up chic corners and lots of cosy, intimate spaces where couples can enjoy a drink or two before setting in for a sunset dinner that’ll top any other Valentine’s Day dinner they’ve ever had.

Elizabeth Thorn

Elizabeth has lived and worked in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia, all of which have contributed to her passion for travel writing. When she's not writing, you can find her exploring little hideouts in Colombia or watching photography tutorials on YouTube.

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