New York City restaurants for Valentine's Day
Special menus are being offered in New York City establishments on Feb. 14. These are among the reliable options.
Serving pub food, Pork Slope in Brooklyn is having a singles night for Valentine's Day with a DJ.
On Valentine's Day, women at Pork Slope get their first drink on the house.
Regular menu items at Pork Slope include a $7 Porky Melt and the aptly named beer-and-shot special, The Slippery Slope.
Spicy tuna Osaka style is on the menu at The Arlington Club.
Newly opened to glowing reviews, the Upper East Side's Arlington Club focuses on steak.
The Arlington Club, between 73rd and 74th Streets on Lexington Avenue in Manhattan, is serving a special Valentine's Day menu for $90 a person.
Cote de boef in on the Arlington Club's regular menu.
Restaurant Marc Forgione, on Reade Street in Tribeca, serves an exuberant Bloody Mary.
Restaurant Marc Forgione in Tribeca is offering a special seven-course Aphrodisiac Tasting Menu ($125) that covers all the bases. Uni is included in the Spanish mullet recipe for its ability to stimulate dopamine in the brain; pomegranate garnishes the foie gras ravioli soup because it was considered the culinary symbol of Aphrodite, goddess of love.