Planning for Valentine’s Day? Check out These Most Romantic Spots in New York City

Valentine's Day Couple

Whether you’re just starting a relationship or celebrating a special anniversary, Valentine’s Day is a great time to check out something new in New York City. Not quite sure where to start? How about these most romantic places in New York?

Empire State Building

One of the best, affordable romantic date spots around, the top of the Empire State Building affords an iconic view of one of the most breath-taking cities in the world. If you’re going on Valentine’s Day, just remember to bring a jacket.

Carbone

Carbone is a classic New York restaurant. With a cozy yet energetic vibe, it’s also a perfect Valentine’s Day date spot and one of the most romantic restaurants around.

Buvette

For something a little different, check out Buvette on Grove St. This small, French restaurant is a sure to score you a ton of points with you date, especially if they enjoy the finer things in life.

Brooklyn Promenade

Short on cash but still intent on a romantic Valentine’s Day? Simply hit the Brooklyn Promenade for a romantic stroll. With striking skyline views and plenty to do in the surrounding area, the Brooklyn Promenade is a great way to spend time with someone special.

Here at Wantagh Mazda, we wish you and your significant other a happy Valentine’s Day.

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