The Romantic Dinners to Swoon Over this Valentine’s Day

We’ve got the list of our personal picks for where you can snag a romantic dinner this Valentine’s Day! Or hey- Galentine’s Day even! We’re talkin’ mood lighting, lots of delicious food, and places to wear your fancy pants. Book now before it’s too late!

 

Patina 250, downtown Buffalo

We love Patina- the vibe, the food, the mood. Dressing up and heading downtown is the way to go if you’re looking for that out-of-Buffalo feeling. They even have a special menu for the occasion.

Jazzboline, Amherst

Be transformed in to another era in this visually stunning and highly romantic dinner spot in Amherst. Perhaps book a night at Reikart right next door?

Roost, West Side

We’re never disappointed here with the ever-changing menu and dimly lit vibes to feel like you’re the only two in the whole place. All reservations happen over the phone.

Las Puertas, West Side

If you’re lucky, you’ll get an opportunity to talk with owner and chef, Victor Parra-Gonzalez, who exudes his love of the food he creates and its historical story that stems from all parts of his life. A small, intimate space to indulge.

Chez Ami, downtown Buffalo

Another swanky and out-of-Buffalo vibe. Book an overnight at the stunning Curiss Hotel while you’re there. Live that life.

Sear, downtown Buffalo

Now THIS is where you go for steak. With its modern take, don’t fall for the old standard steak place. Sear is where to get the legit stuff.

Root and Bloom, Elmwood Village

Calling our vegan lovebirds! This quiet, intimate space is hosting a 4-course prix fixe Mediterranean menu for the occasion.

Western Door at Seneca Niagara Casino, Niagara Falls

A beautiful standard ‘up north’ that will leave you satisfied and most likely lending to a long, fun night.

Mothers, Allentown

An old, quiet classic in Buffalo that is open all hours of the night. Yes, for real. Last time we were here, we ate duck at midnight by candlelight. See what I mean?

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