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The Official Westchester Valentine’s Day Dining Guide


Confidently fire Cupid’s arrow and treat your date to a memorable evening

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. 

Alamo Drafthouse

2548 Central Park Ave, Yonkers

For the lovers (and loners) out there, your local Alamo has whipped up a specially themed menu to coincide with a one-night-only screening of romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians. The Chinese-inspired “feast” includes a personal-sized (187ml) bottle of Prosecco, “street market” chicken satay, pork & ginger dumplings, lychee rice pudding with mochi, and mahjong-tile styled ginger shortbread cookies.
$65 per ticket


 Augie’s Prime Cut

3436 Lexington Ave, Mohegan Lake

Augie’s Prime Cut is featuring an a la carte menu with specials like heart shaped lobster ravioli. This special menu will be available on both February 14 and February 15, extending the holiday for you and your valentine.  You can also choose from the regular menu with favorites like their slow roasted prime rib or baked clams in either the main dining room or the loft if you prefer a quieter and more intimate dining experience. 


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Benjamin Steakhouse

610 W. Hartsdale Rd, White Plains

Benjamin Steakhouse is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a three-course meal, including a champagne toast. Outside of offering their Best of Westchester award-winning rib eye, Benjamin Steakhouse will be serving apps like Blue Point oysters and sizzling, extra thick Canadian bacon, additional entrées like 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.
$94.95 per person


Captain Lawrence Brewing Company

444 Saw Mill River Rd, Elmsford
Captain Lawrence Brewing Company and Executive Chef Tim Ocasio is giving beer lovers a treat on Valentine’s Day: Each course in the brewery’s beer dinner will be served with a potable pairing by Captain Lawrence.

The first course features market oysters to share, the second course butternut apple soup with apple slaw and winter salad. The third course is also for you and your Valentine to share: scallops, wheat berries, fennel, foie gras mousse, toasted brioche, raisins, and pear. For the main course choose between poor man’s lobster risotto with chorizo and black garlic or filet mignon with duck fat potatoes, asparagus, and red wine reduction.

The night will end with molten chocolate cake and your choice of ice cream or Neapolitan ice cream with seasonal fruit. 
$75 per person


The Cookery

39 Chestnut Street, Dobbs Ferry

For this special day, The Cookery’s David DiBari has put together a unique V-Day menu, which includes a three-course prix fix dinner comprising starters like octopus, kale salad, and heirloom meatballs. Mains include lasagna with fresh shaved white truffles, duck legs, and even “Mains for 2” like a creekstone porterhouse or red snapper.

Dessert closes the evening with options like the house-famous “stickabutta” pie, sticky chocolate cake, panna cotta, and banana cream pie for two! Dinner even includes a complimentary glass of prosecco.
$85 per person



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721 Main St, New Rochelle
The county’s famed Croatian restaurant is offering a three-course prix fixe menu just in time for Valentine’s. For an appetizer, select from citrus cured yellow fin tuna, pan seared scallops, “skradin” style veal risotto, cream of wild mushroom soup, burrata salad, and “Honeymoon in Dubrovnik,” a half-down oysters with Champagne mignonette. Mains include seared lemon sole, grilled Branzino, duck breast, organic turkey, dry aged sirloin, and “From the Sea, With Love,” a half lobster, clams, mussels, and shrimp, all 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. 
$70 per person, craft cocktails +$10




400 Benedict Ave, Tarrytown
The classy and classic restaurant at Castle Hotel and Spa, Equus is an ideal location for a romantic dinner. Executive Chef Christopher Colom and his team have crafted a four-course menu which includes a complimentary glass of champagne. First courses include either lobster bisque or foie gras mousse, followed by pan roasted scallops or ginger crusted tuna, then roasted Brandt filet mignon or pan-seared striped bass.

Dessert is a bit leather-and-lace/angel-and-demon: a “Bleeding Heart” molten chocolate cake or “Bittersweet Love” Meyer lemon semifreddo.
$169 per person


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Exit 4 Food Hall

153 E Main St, Mount Kisco
Exit 4 Food Hall is bringing the tropics to Mount Kisco this Valentine’s Day. Their Hawaiian themed a la carte menu will feature Hawaiian pork fried rice and a brown rice option for those who want to watch their waistline this holiday.

If pork isn’t your thing they are also offering a poke bowl (which is as tasty as it is trendy), and in an ode to tradition you can finish off your romantic night with chocolate covered strawberries. 


Fin & Brew

5 John Walsh Blvd, Peekskill
Fin & Brew is offering a 4 course prix fixe romantic dinner in addition to the restaurant’s raw bar and a special a la carte menu. For an amuse bouche, enjoy baked hummus with preserved lemons, roasted red pepper, and walnuts. For a first course, dive into citrus ceviche, crudo, or beet tartare.

Next, move onto mussels, gnocchi, crispy pork belly, or charred octopus and then French onion filet mignon, Long Island duck duo, or miso poached lobster. Finish it all off with a dessert of decadent flourless chocolate lava cake with a sinful raspberry drizzle.
$65 per person, +$20 for wine pairing

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Tarrytown House Estate
49 E Sunnyside Ln, tarrytown
Goosefeather is offering a three-course tasting menu courtesy of celebrity Chef Dale Talde, with a variety of specialty cocktails offered with each course. The first starts with your choice of  hamachi, hen of the wood salad with six minute eggs and truffles, or chewy noodles with lamb and sesame chili. The second course features lobster with black bean brown butter and potatoes, NY strip with chin chow and beef butter crispy rice cakes, or tuna with hot and sour potatoes and charred scallions.

For dessert you will have a choice of chocolate, strawberries, and caramelized milk bread; green tea tiramisu with passion fruit and white chocolate; or Hong Kong waffles with candied apples and cinnamon ice cream. For an additional $200, diners can get a bottle of Möet brut or rose engraved with their names on it. 
$100 per person

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The Inn at Pound Ridge

258 Westchester Ave, Pound Ridge

The Inn at Pound Ridge is one of many three and four-star restaurants owned by Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. His Pound Ridge location is offering a special three-course dinner menu for Valentine’s alongside its regular menu. The specials feature a starter of tuna tartare with caviar or burrata toast, followed by either steamed lobster with white truffle fondue or peppercorn crusted wagyu beef tenderloin.

For dessert, choose a molten chocolate cake with toasted marshmallow frosting or a quite-timely raspberry Linzer heart. Limited edition Jean-Georges Valentine’s Day chocolates will also be for sale from February 7 through 14 in 12 or 24-piece boxes, showcasing 12 different flavors of confection.
$88 per person



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The Hudson Room 

23 South Division St, Peekskill

Enjoy a classic lineup of jazz standards at Peekskill’s The Hudson Room. As Charli LaToven plays soothing sounds, enjoy a four-course romantic dinner that begins with sourdough crostini, followed by appetizers such as butternut squash dumplings and braised duck quesadillas, entrées like jambalaya, sushi & sashimi, and pan-roasted filet mignon au jus, plus decadent desserts including Hudson crème brûlée, classic red velvet cake, and Grand Marnier milk chocolate fondue for two.
$75 per person

Moderne Barn

430 Bedford Road, Armonk
Armonk’s Moderne Barn has a three-course Valentine’s dinner planned, featuring appetizers like Maine lobster bisque and local blue point oysters, and heart-warming entrees like seafood risotto and broiled filet mignon.

Try the cast iron chocolate brownie or a piping hot fried banana egg roll to end the evening with a sweet touch.
$85 per person

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Sam’s of Gedney Way

52 Gedney Way, White Plains
This White Plains staple is serving a three-course menu on February 14 and 15 that can be enjoyed either a la carte or as a chef’s tasting menu. Appetizers include lobster bisque, baby arugula salad, and poached gulf shrimp, while guests can select between either lobster seafood fettuccini or roasted prime rib for their entrée.

For dessert, pick either raspberry sorbet or a chocolate glazed red velvet ring ding. Select wines will also be half-off with the menu.
$49 per person



179 Rectory St, Port Chester
Sonora is offering a three-course limited time menu for Valentine’s, beginning with local greens, Maine lobster bisque, filet mignon pinchos, duck quesadilla, baby arugula salad, or a ceviche tasting for two. For mains, choose between grilled ribeye, her roasted half chicken, lobster with ravioli, pan seared Mediterranean sea bass, seared pork, or quinoa vegetarian delight. End the evening with a chef’s tasting of delicious dessert.
$49 per person

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The Winery at St. George

1715 E Main St, Mohegan Lake
For Valentine’s the winery is offering a three-course menu with starters like fried Brussels sprouts and ahi tuna tartare, entrées like penne Arrabbiata and mustard tarragon chicken. grab a dessert like chocolate chip pandoro bread pudding or apple crisp, and then hit the photo booth for a quick smooch.
$65 per person


Bonus: DeCicco & Sons Events and Catering

For homebodies who would rather opt for a romantic evening in, DeCicco & Sons’ holiday box is for you. The takeout box gives you a choice of one appetizer, one salad, two entrées, two side dishes, two desserts, and dinner rolls.

You can choose from options like shrimp cocktail, a cheese plate, Caesar salad, citrus cedar plank salmon, and chocolate covered strawberries just to name a few.
$74.99 per box

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