Valentine’s Day is practically synonymous with really delicious food. Here’s a roundup of Boston’s best multi-course dinners that you and your date are sure to love.
Sleek but relaxed, Oak and Rowan’s interior makes the perfect intimate setting for a date night. The four-course Valentine’s dinner features sea scallop, gnocchi, king salmon, American wagyu sirloin cap, chocolate sliver and passionfruit curd. $90 per guest. 321 A St.
This Back Bay restaurant's view of Boston Common is only seconded by the interior's dark wood floors and antique chandeliers. Dine on the six course dinner on Valentine's Day with highlights like lobster crudo, risotto aux champignons and dobos torte with star anise and dark chocolate. $215 per person, $125 for wine pairings. 9 Park St.
Housed inside Boston’s Mandarin Oriental, Bar Boulud’s posh ambience goes hand in hand with its sumptuous three-course Valentine’s Day menu. Selections include salmon rillette, mushroom veloute, parisian gnocchi and tropical pave. $98 per guest, $50 for wine pairings. 776 Boylston St.
Bar Boulud's Beet-Cured Hamachi
No.9 Park’s younger sister Menton offers an equally indulgent seven course dinner including hiramasa crudo, citrus glazed lobster and milk chocolate ganache. The elegant, modern interior completes the luxe experience. $250 per person, $95 for wine pairings. 354 Congress St.
For those in the mood for Italian cuisine set in an opulent atmosphere, Davio’s is your best bet. Their Valentine’s selection features hand-rolled potato gnocchi, Maine lobster agnolotti, pan roasted Maine lobster, prime New York strip and desserts like warm chocolate cake and coconut financier. $95 per guest. 75 Arlington St.
Troquet on South's Chocolate Cake
With an extensive wine book and a selection of modern French dishes, Troquet Boston should be a top contender for those February 14 plans. Their Valentine’s Day menu includes roasted black cod with New England clam chowder, maple roasted butternut squash, beef bourguignon and many more. $129 per guest. 107 South St.