Guide to Valentine’s Day in NYC

nycgo.com staff

Still searching for Valentine’s Day plans? We’ve got you covered with many options including concerts, romantic spas and, of course, plenty of dining suggestions. Read on for more ideas.

Classic NYC Romance

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Italian Restaurants in NYC

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Classic NYC Restaurants

Indulge

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Dine-In Movie Theaters

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NYC’s Fanciest Desserts

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NYC Haute Cuisine

Unwind

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NYC's Best Spa Treatments

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Don’t Break the Bank

Chinatown Dining

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Chinatown Dining

Eat your way through Manhattan’s Chinatown at these restaurants.

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The Ultimate Guide to NYC Pizza

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Free Bar Food

Skip the Chocolate and Flowers

Best Madison Avenue Boutiques

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Best Madison Avenue Boutiques

With stores like Ralph Lauren, Dolce & Gabbana and Tom Ford, Madison Avenue is a prime shopping destination in NYC.

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Wooster Street Shopping

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Wooster Street Shopping

This Soho street is full of swank, independent boutiques.

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Essential Soho Shops

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Essential Soho Shops

Here’s our guide to the best shops to visit right now in Soho.

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OK, Chocolate and Flowers

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Slice of Brooklyn Chocolate Tour

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Starbright Floral Design

Starbright is an anchor of the flower district, but it’s less of a florist’s shop than a full-blown garden emporium, selling shrubs, outdoor plants from fruit trees to bamboo, indoor tropical plants and, of course, flowers.

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Jacques Torres Chocolate—DUMBO

Formerly an award-winning pastry chef at renowned NYC restaurant Le Cirque, the self-proclaimed “Mr. Chocolate” has whipped up a sweet paradise for cocoa bean lovers at his eponymous shops.

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Things to Do

Feb
18

Arts & Culture
Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Winter Sound Walks

As part of its Art in the Garden series, Brooklyn Botanic Garden presents three site-specific original compositions and sound installations meant to augment visitors’ appreciation of their natural surroundings.

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Feb
18

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Tom Friedman: Looking Up

The name of Tom Friedman’s 10-foot-tall sculpture has multiple meanings.

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Feb
18

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Whitney Museum of American Art: Andrea Carlson: Red Exit

Andrea Carlson has drawn on her Ojibwe roots to create a seascape focusing on renewal and reclamation.

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Mar
6

Arts & Culture
Museum of the City of New York: New York Responds

This exhibit continues the museum's tradition of collecting New York City's stories.

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Mar
6

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Public Art Fund: Davina Semo: Reverberation

This Public Art Fund exhibit on Brooklyn's waterfront features five orange-pink bronze bells.

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Mar
6

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Public Art Fund: LaGuardia Terminal B Permanent Commissions

LaGuardia's Terminal B features four site-specific art installations.

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Mar
6

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Public Art Fund: Sam Moyer: Doors for Doris

Public Art Fund present Sam Moyer's archways, which use stone indigenous to the New York area.

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Mar
6

Arts & Culture
Max Neuhaus: Times Square

Max Neuhaus’ sound installation is a permanent contributor to Times Square’s cacophony.

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Mar
6

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Black Lives Matter Tribute at the Africa Center

On its facade, the Africa Center installed a three-story tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Mar
6

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Lawrence Weiner: ALL THE STARS IN THE SKY HAVE THE SAME FACE

The Jewish Museum shows an installation by Bronx-born conceptualist Lawrence Weiner.

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Mar
6

Arts & Culture
The Laundromat Project: Mabuhay

A group of artists painted a bright mural on the side wall of a restaurant in Queens’ Woodside neighborhood.

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Mar
6

Arts & Culture
Times Square Arts: Midnight Moment

Every night from 11:57pm to 12am, billboards throughout Times Square display digital artworks.

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Anti-Valentine's Day

Feb
18

Arts & Culture
Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Winter Sound Walks

As part of its Art in the Garden series, Brooklyn Botanic Garden presents three site-specific original compositions and sound installations meant to augment visitors’ appreciation of their natural surroundings.

More Info
Feb
18

Arts & Culture
Tom Friedman: Looking Up

The name of Tom Friedman’s 10-foot-tall sculpture has multiple meanings.

More Info
Feb
18

Arts & Culture
Whitney Museum of American Art: Andrea Carlson: Red Exit

Andrea Carlson has drawn on her Ojibwe roots to create a seascape focusing on renewal and reclamation.

More Info
Mar
6

Arts & Culture
Museum of the City of New York: New York Responds

This exhibit continues the museum's tradition of collecting New York City's stories.

More Info
Mar
6

Arts & Culture
Public Art Fund: Davina Semo: Reverberation

This Public Art Fund exhibit on Brooklyn's waterfront features five orange-pink bronze bells.

More Info
Mar
6

Arts & Culture
Public Art Fund: LaGuardia Terminal B Permanent Commissions

LaGuardia's Terminal B features four site-specific art installations.

More Info
Mar
6

Arts & Culture
Public Art Fund: Sam Moyer: Doors for Doris

Public Art Fund present Sam Moyer's archways, which use stone indigenous to the New York area.

More Info
Mar
6

Arts & Culture
Max Neuhaus: Times Square

Max Neuhaus’ sound installation is a permanent contributor to Times Square’s cacophony.

More Info
Mar
6

Arts & Culture
Black Lives Matter Tribute at the Africa Center

On its facade, the Africa Center installed a three-story tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement.

More Info
Mar
6

Arts & Culture
Lawrence Weiner: ALL THE STARS IN THE SKY HAVE THE SAME FACE

The Jewish Museum shows an installation by Bronx-born conceptualist Lawrence Weiner.

More Info
Mar
6

Arts & Culture
The Laundromat Project: Mabuhay

A group of artists painted a bright mural on the side wall of a restaurant in Queens’ Woodside neighborhood.

More Info
Mar
6

Arts & Culture
Times Square Arts: Midnight Moment

Every night from 11:57pm to 12am, billboards throughout Times Square display digital artworks.

More Info

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