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The Official Westchester Valentine’s Day Dining Guide

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Confidently fire Cupid’s arrow and treat your date to a memorable evening of delicious foods, flowing champagne, and some decadent desserts.

Finding the perfect locale for the perfect Valentine’s Day date can be daunting, but we’re here to lend a hand (it’s okay to ask for help now and then). From brunch to dinner and beyond, take a look through the following Valentine’s Day dinner options for some inspiration in Westchester County. 

Alamo Drafthouse

2548 Central Park Ave, Yonkers

Any other year, your local Alamo is a special way to celebrate the holiday, with drinks, food, and film — and maybe even a collectible Mondo print or pint glass. This year, sadly, the theater is closed, though NYC locations are offering private screening rooms starting at $150 plus tickets and food. For something a little nearer to home, however, you can snuggle up at home with a streaming purchase or rental from the brand’s curated movie collection.

Alvin & Friends

14 Memorial Highway, New Rochelle

Turn up the romance this Valentine’s Day with a special three-course dinner ($60 pp) and live piano music. Dishes include curry corn crab chowder, Creole shrimp etouffee, broiled Chilean sea bass, rum punch-glazed pork belly, and chocolate lover’s chocolate cake. The menu is also available for takeout.


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900 Fort Hill Rd Peekskill

There is nothing more romantic than a beautiful meal matched with a beautiful view, both of which Apropos offers for a Valentine’s Day celebration. The four-course meal ($75 pp) includes delicacies like candied pears with whipped ricotta and hazelnuts or caramelized beets with goat cheese, followed by entrée choices of honey-lacquered duck breast with cauliflower agro-dolce, crispy local chicken with sweet potato and goat cheese, and roasted sea bass. Diners can enjoy the breathtaking views of the Hudson River while they savor the food on either the evening before or the evening of Valentine’s Day.

Augie’s Prime Cut

3436 Lexington Ave, Mohegan Lake

Augie’s Prime Cut is featuring an a la carte menu (and extended dining hours) with special dishes that will make your heart soar (Feb. 12-14) for you and your valentine in either the main dining room or, if you prefer a more intimate dining experience, The Loft. The Valentine’s Day menu includes specials like heart-shaped ravioli, but guests can also choose from the regular menu with favorites like slow-roasted prime rib or baked clams. 

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Benjamin Steakhouse

610 W. Hartsdale Rd, White Plains

Benjamin Steakhouse celebrates Valentine’s Day with a three-course meal ($99.95 pp), a champagne toast, and a roaring fireplace. Outside of offering its Best of Westchester award-winning rib eye, Benjamin Steakhouse serves choices like Blue Point oysters, porterhouse for two, Chilean sea bass, and classic lobster tails, plus tons of sides and an assortment of sweet treats to end the night accompanied by coffee and tea. For people celebrating from home, the a la carte menu is available for takeout.

Captain Lawrence Brewing Company

444 Saw Mill River Rd, Elmsford

Captain Lawrence Brewing Company’s Executive Chef Tim Ocasio gives beer lovers a takeout treat on Valentine’s Day with a three-course meal ($135 per couple) with drinks included (natch!) to be enjoyed at home. Available for pickup or delivery on February 13 and 14, the dinner package includes choices like jumbo shrimp cocktail, thyme-roasted organic salmon, cabernet-braised short ribs, and chocolate lava cake with raspberry mousseline for a sweet finish to the meal.

The Cookery

39 Chestnut Street, Dobbs Ferry

For this special day, Chef David DiBari has put together a unique Valentine’s Day three-course prix fixe dinner menu ($85 pp) available for dine-in or takeout on the day, featuring dishes like cauliflower ravioli and ribeye steak. If you can’t wait to celebrate the day of love, head over the day before for a Valentine’s Day donut pop-up shop.


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721 Main St, New Rochelle

The county’s famed Croatian restaurant offers a three-course prix fixe menu ($70 pp) just in time for Valentine’s Day. For an appetizer, select from dishes such as pan-seared scallops, butternut squash soup, burrata salad, and “Honeymoon in Dubrovnik,” a half-dozen oysters with Champagne mignonette. Mains include options like grilled branzino, dry-aged sirloin, and “From the Sea, With Love,” a half lobster, clams, mussels, and shrimp over homemade fettuccine. For dessert, choose either fresh berries with whipped cream and chocolate sauce, apples strudel, chocolate lava cake, or the restaurant’s signature palačinke crepes.

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Exit 4 Food Hall

153 E Main St, Mount Kisco

Exit 4 Food Hall brings a wide variety of cuisines to Mount Kisco this Valentine’s Day with a fun a la carte menu that includes choices like crab cake skillet and heart-shaped pizza. For those who enjoy fresh seafood, the eatery also offers a tuna poke bowl and a raw bar sampler. Items can be ordered ready to eat, or dishes like filet mignon or DIY lobster rolls can be ordered ready to cook at home. 

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Tarrytown House Estate
49 E Sunnyside Ln, Tarrytown

Chef Dale Talde puts together a dine-in only three-course menu ($99 pp) with an optional bottomless wine add-on ($36 pp). Starters include tuna tartare, scallion ginger noodles with chicken and prawns, or a charred sweet potato salad with mains featuring Hunan-style oxtail, lobster egg foo young, or crispy trumpet mushrooms and rice cakes. For dessert, it’s chocolate tart or green tea tiramisu with coconut and white chocolate.


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The Greekish

273 Halstead Ave, Harrison

Chef Constantine Kalandranis is cooking with love this Valentine’s Day weekend and offering a four-course menu of “everything we love-ish” ($65 pp), featuring fresh-shucked oysters, whole grilled fish of the moment, grass-fed dry-aged sirloin, Mediterranean dips and spreads, and warm gooey chocolate cake and halvah with cinnamon cream. The menu is available Friday through Sunday for dine-in or takeout and includes a glass of Prosecco.

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The Hudson Room 

23 South Division St, Peekskill

Enjoy farm-to-table dining and live music this Valentine’s weekend with a four-course dinner ($75 pp) that begins with options like vegetarian beef tartare, charred octopus, and Vietnamese grilled shrimp, followed by butternut squash risotto, crispy duck confit, char-grilled filet mignon, and fresh sushi. Save room for desserts like flourless chocolate cake and lemon posset with strawberries and shaved white chocolate. Regular a la carte dining is also available for Saturday evening only, as well as a multi-course weekend pickup package to be enjoyed at home.

The Inn at Pound Ridge

258 Westchester Ave, Pound Ridge

Along with his regular stellar menu, Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten showcases a Valentine’s Day five-course dinner menu ($168 pp) for dine-in and takeout, Friday through Sunday, and some special features include starters of tuna tartare with caviar or mushroom and shrimp risotto with black truffles, followed by a peppercorn-crusted wagyu beef tenderloin or steamed black bass. A dark chocolate passion fruit tart brings a sweet finish to the indulgence, plus limited-edition Jean-Georges Valentine’s Day chocolates are available for pickup in a dozen different flavors.

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698 Saw Mill River Rd, Ardsley

Cooking couple extraordinaire Heather and Scott Fratangelo are concocting a number of ways to celebrate the day of love in Westchester. Beginning Friday and running all weekend long, three- and four-course menus ($75 pp and $85 pp, accordingly) are being offered in-house and to-go that include baked clams, Mediterranean salmon tartare, pork shank ragu pappardelle, truffle butter fettucine, petite fillet with cauliflower steak, butternut squash parmigiana, and flourless chocolate cake or vanilla panna cotta. In addition, for the entire month of love, Heather’s fondue for two ($25) is on the menu and includes homemade chocolate sauce, strawberries, pecan-toffee covered pretzels, marshmallows, and shortbread heart cookies.

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Moderne Barn

430 Bedford Road, Armonk

On Valentine’s Day, indoors or in the heated tent, enjoy a three-course dinner ($85 pp) featuring appetizers like garlic butter clam crostini, seared pork belly, Nonna’s meatballs, and toasted coconut shrimp with heart-warming entrees like pan-seared duck breast with roasted fennel, seared day boat scallops, herb-crusted rack of lamb, and filet mignon. Try the cast iron chocolate brownie, lemon cheesecake, or s’mores crème brulee to end the evening with a sweet touch, with chocolate-covered strawberries for the table included with each meal. In addition, an a la carte menu is available for takeout on Sunday for diners who prefer to eat at home. 


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19 Bank St, White Plains

This fast-casual spot is on Sunday to offer a special three-course menu ($30.95 pp) of Italian dishes that can be enjoyed in-house or to-go. Celebrate the day with items like zucchini flowers, focaccia gourmet pinsa, chicken parm, bombolini all Nutella, and more. 

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The Rare Bit

23 Cedar St, Dobbs Ferry

Romance is in the air Friday to Sunday at this crave-worthy gastropub with a three-course menu ($69 pp) that includes beef tartare or a fresh arugula salad with Mandarin oranges to start, followed by choices of baked cod, whole roasted dry-rubbed Cornish game hen with Brussels sprouts and potato bravas, and Beef Wellington for Two (+$30). For dessert, go for the fan-favorite peanut butter pie or highly shareable cookie plate. The to-go option here is Beef Wellington for two ($90) with two side dishes and dessert. 

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179 Rectory St, Port Chester

Dine in on Valentine’s Day and enjoy a three-course meal that features selections like Maine lobster bisque, a ceviche tasting, grilled ribeye, herb half-roasted “free bird” chicken with lobster saffron mashed potatoes, vegan paella, lobster ravioli, and a chef’s dessert tasting. For at-home dining, Chef Palomino creates a pair of takeout packages ($99-150 per couple) that include a bottle of wine and feature three-course options of lobster bisque, Caesar salad, shrimp and oyster ceviche, paella, braised short ribs, organic salmon or pollo relleno, and Belgium chocolate cake.

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The Tap House

16 Depot Square, Tuckahoe

A trio of takeout packages for two are on the menu board here featuring surf (lobster), turf (black angus porterhouse), and surf and turf (lobster and filet mignon), along with mashed potatoes, veggies, chocolate bundt cake, and a bottle of Prosecco or cabernet. ($120-120)

The Winery at St. George

1715 E Main St, Mohegan Lake

Known locally for its prime rib, Sunday brunch, and burgers, this 110-year old restaurant is offering a prix fixe dinner menu ($80 pp) and vibrant ambience for date night. The eatery is situated in a restored stone church and on the National Register of Historic Places — what could be more romantic? Enjoy live music from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. while enjoying the delicious cuisine and the extensive wine collection.

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X2O Xaviars on the Hudson

71 Water Grant St, Yonkers

With breathtaking Hudson River views, Peter Kelly’s restaurant offers a special three-course Valentine’s menu ($90 pp) that is sure to take your beloved’s breath away. Offerings include starters of ahi tuna poke, black truffle and scallion risotto, and crepe of shellfish, followed by mains like roast chateaubriand of beef, Berkshire pork rack, and honey- and sake-glazed king salmon with ragu of orzo and broccoli rabe. Save room for a Belgian chocolate timbale, warm chocolate melting cake, or classic red velvet cake. For elevated romantic dining at home, Kelly is offering a takeout box for two ($150) that comes complete with a bottle of Prosecco and a long-stem rose. 

Bonus: DeCicco & Sons Events and Catering

For homebodies who would rather opt for a romantic evening in, DeCicco & Sons’ gourmet holiday box ($74.99) for two is for you. The takeout box is more of a takeout feast with the choice of one appetizer, one salad, two entrées, two side dishes, two desserts, and dinner rolls. Choose from options like shrimp cocktail, a charcuterie and cheese plate, pear and pomegranate salad, citrus cedar plank salmon, caprese stuffed chicken, and chocolate covered strawberries and chocolate-dipped cannoli, just to name a few.

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Looking for more great ways to share your love. Visit our Complete Guide to Valentine’s Day in Westchester.