Valentine’s Day is coming up, which means that all of the most romantic restaurants in Philadelphia will soon be booked up. Do your homework, and make reservations now at these Valentine’s Day hot spots around Philly.
Bringing the hearty and warming classic Italian dishes made by a grandmother from the old country right to the ground floor of The Independent Hotel, Little Nonna’s is exceptional. Bring your date here if they’re a foodie, and let them appreciate the fresh-made mozzarella and local bread and sausage.
Little Nonna’s. The Independent Hotel
If you ask the average person what the most romantic city in the world is, they’re likely going to say Paris. Get as close as you can in Philly at Parc, where the traditional bistro dishes bring Parisian charm right to the neighborhood of Rittenhouse Square.
Parc. 227 S 18th St.
Eating at Estia is an experience that’s perfect for a Valentine’s Day with multiple elegant dining rooms, and acclaimed Greek-Mediterranean dishes. The specialty here is whole fish flown in from the Mediterranean.
Estia Restaurant. 1405-07 Locust St.
We are big fans of sending dates to Fiorino, which is an intimate and cozy Italian restaurant in Philadelphia. Fun date night perks include occasional cooking classes, and a BYOB policy that lets you and your loved one get creative with drinks. The pasta here is top-notch as well.
Fiorino. 3572 Indian Queen Ln
Make your date feel like an absolute treasure by taking them to this gourmet restaurant in Philadelphia. Set in a historic townhouse, Vetri Cucina serves up prix-fixe dinners with upscale beer and wine pairings.
Vetri Cucina. 1312 Spruce St.
This is one of the most active and lively of our Philadelphia Valentine’s Day restaurant recommendations. Cuba Libre features hearty dishes from Cuba and the Caribbean, dance performances and late-night salsa dancing so you can groove with your loved one. Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar. 10 S 2nd St.