Taking your special someone out for a nice dinner on Valentine’s Day is a surefire way to spark romance. With Boston having so many wonderful restaurants from which to choose, selecting the right one can be overwhelming. To that end, here is a look at some great Boston restaurants you might want to consider visiting for Valentine’s Day 2016.
Beacon Hill Bistro
The award-winning Beacon Hill Bistro has received both national and international accolades. Featuring a modern, yet classic environement, the bistro offers the culinary delights of Executive Chef Lucas Sousa. The bistro will be offering breakfast, brunch and dinner on Valentine’s Day. Beacon Hill Bistro is located in the Beacon Hill Hotel at 25 Charles Street. Call 617-723-7575 for more information and to make reservations.
The Beehive restaurant will offer special menus and music at a jazz brunch and a jazz dinner, both taking place on Valentine’s Day. The Sunday Jazzy Brunch, which is geared for both adults and kids, will take place from 10:00 am until 3:00 pm. Blues on Sunday will take place from 8:00 pm until midnight and will feature an evening of blues music. The Beehive is located at 541 Tremont Street in the South End. Call 617-423-0069 for more information or to make reservations.
Bistro du Midi
Bistro du Midi will offer an exclusive prix fixe menu prepared by award-winning Chef Robert Sisca. At $125 per person, it will be the only menu available on the holiday. An optional Perigord black truffle course can be added for $25 per person, as can a $75 wine pairing by Head Sommelier Todd Lipman. Bistro du Midi is located at 272 Boylston Street overlooking the Public Garden. Call 617-426-7878 for more information and to make reservations.
Located in the heart of Fort Point Channel, Blue Dragon features a tapas-style menu paired with a well-stocked bar consisting of craft beers, premium sakes, worldly wines and signature cocktails. The restaurant will be featuring a special Valentine’s Day menu on both February 13th and 14th. Blue Dragon is located at 324 A Street in South Boston. Call 617-338-8585 for more information or to make reservations.
Located in the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art on Level 2 of the Museum of Fine Arts, Bravo offers the opportunity to enjoy fine dining while also taking in the exhibits at the museum. The seasonally inspired menu features cuisine with an emphasis on sustainable, local ingredients. The restaurant has been recognized as one of the top destinations for brunch in Boston and received Wine Spectator Magazine’s Award of Excellence in 2012. Bravo is located at 465 Huntington Avenue. Call 617-369-3474 for more information and to make reservations. After 5:00 pm, dinner guests receive complimentary parking in the museum’s garage.
L’Espalier is offering a special prix fix 8-course Valentine’s Day menu available on Sunday at a cost of $200 per person. A $120 six course lunch menu will also be available on Valentine’s Day. The midday meal will be served from 11:30 am until 2:00 pm, while the dinner will be served from 5:30 to 9:30 pm. An optional $90 wine pairing can also be included with the meal.
On February 15th, the restaurant will host Valentine’s Wine Monday at 7:00 pm at a cost of $110 per guest. Sommelier Lauren Daddona will partner with the chef to bring a five-course menu highlight chocolate and champagne for Valentine’s Day. L’Espalier is located at 774 Boylston Street in the Back Bay neighborhood. Call 617-262-3023 for more information or to make reservations.