Love is in the air, and if your Valentine’s Day planning still is, don’t worry, our guide to spending the evening in NoHo will help make a good evening great. Read on for all the special happenings in the neighborhood.

  • Go classic with the Lady and the Tramp menu at Bar Primi. This corner pasta spot is channeling the iconic Disney scene. Enjoy a three course meal for two at $75 per person on their heated, enclosed outdoor setup and recreate the magic. See the menu here.
  • Share six courses of Japanese comfort food at Bessou. This cozy NoHo hotspot is offering a rich menu of tasty delights with an optional sake pairing for $85 per person. Highlights include uni risotto, Kobe beef croquettes, citrus salad, and more. Menu is available beginning Friday, February 11th. Book a table here.
  • Meet the Birds of Paradise at a one-night-only show at Duane Park. For $175 per person, enjoy a four course prix fixe meal served alongside burlesque, live music, and the unexpected – “what’s love without surprises.” Two seatings are available. Click here to reserve a table.
  • Great Jones Distillery is offering a special Valentine’s Under the Stills. The distilling room will be transformed into an intimate dining destination for the evening, and will feature classic four courses of American dishes served alongside live jazz for $147 per person. Each meal includes complimentary chocolate to take home, bourbon tastings, and roses. Book a table here.
  • Beloved Italian neighborhood classic il Buco is offering a five course menu for $125 per person. Frequently dubbed one of New York City’s most romantic restaurants, this intimate spot is known for it’s meticulous approach to sourcing the best ingredients. Check out the menu here.
  • Enjoy a four course feast at il Buco Alimentari & Vineria. With dishes like grilled quail, veal cheeks, and charred lamb, this Valentine’s menu, priced at $95 per person, is big on flavor that’s sure to beat back winter blues. See the dishes here.
  • Joes’s Pub is offering two special Valentine’s Day shows. The annual fan-favorite Fuck Love by Lea DeLaria returns this Valentine’s Day for a light night show that’s perfect if you’re over love. Buy tickets here. Additionally, writer and performer Isaac Oliver is offering a special sit down comedy show dubbed Isaac Oliver is Your Valentine on both the 13th and 14th. Learn more here.
  • Kissaki is offering a special Valentine’s meal for dinner nightly from February 11th – February 14th. This 16 course omakase will include 12 nigiri courses, dry-aged duck, and more. Check out the menu here.
  • Enjoy a three course menu at Lafayette, both indoors and in their iconic chalet village. There’s a lot of options at this Valentine’s Day menu priced at $145 per person, making it a great choice for vegetarians or those with different diets. Book a table here.
  • The Nines is a neighborhood newcomer, but has already been dubbed one of the most romantic restaurants in New York City. While there’s not a special offering, this grand new piano bar is sure to impress. Learn more here.