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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Best NYC Wine Bars

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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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Nightlife
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, Barneys 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

Tours
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

Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
Made in New York City

This exhibit explores the role of folk art in New York City dating back to the 18th century.

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Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
Sugar Hill Songbook: Select Work by Faith Ringgold

This exhibit at the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling celebrates the work of writer and artist Faith Ringgold.

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Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
Jeffrey Gibson: The Anthropophagic Effect

Multimedia artist Jeffrey Gibson's work is on display at this elaborate exhibit at the New Museum.

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Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
The Tale of Genji: A Japanese Classic Illuminated

Japan’s most celebrated work of literature, The Tale of Genji, tells the story of the “Shining Prince," which serves as inspiration for the Met's new exhibition.

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Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
T. rex: The Ultimate Predator

The American Museum of Natural History's latest dinosaur exhibit tracks the evolution of the world’s greatest carnivore.

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Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
Cycling in the City

The Museum of the City of New York's new exhibit traces the history of bicycles in the City.

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Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
Steve Hiett: Beyond Blonde

British fashion photographer Steve Hiett gets a US exhibition.

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Mar
23

Things to Do
Stonewall 50 Events at the NYPL Branches

The New York Public Library celebrates the 50th anniversary of Stonewall with a series of special events across NYC.

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Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
James Van Der Zee: Studio

Exhibition of 40 portraits from noted African-American photographer.

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Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
The Value of Sanctuary

an artistic exploration of the role of the Cathedral as a sanctuary

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Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
Ashley Longshore at DVF Flagship

International Women’s Month pop-up gallery at the DVF flagship store.

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Mar
23

Off-Broadway
Accidentally Brave

Maddie Corman's one-woman show about a marriage and family in crisis.

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Anti-Valentine's Day

Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
Made in New York City

This exhibit explores the role of folk art in New York City dating back to the 18th century.

More Info
Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
Sugar Hill Songbook: Select Work by Faith Ringgold

This exhibit at the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling celebrates the work of writer and artist Faith Ringgold.

More Info
Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
Jeffrey Gibson: The Anthropophagic Effect

Multimedia artist Jeffrey Gibson's work is on display at this elaborate exhibit at the New Museum.

More Info
Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
The Tale of Genji: A Japanese Classic Illuminated

Japan’s most celebrated work of literature, The Tale of Genji, tells the story of the “Shining Prince," which serves as inspiration for the Met's new exhibition.

More Info
Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
T. rex: The Ultimate Predator

The American Museum of Natural History's latest dinosaur exhibit tracks the evolution of the world’s greatest carnivore.

More Info
Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
Cycling in the City

The Museum of the City of New York's new exhibit traces the history of bicycles in the City.

More Info
Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
Steve Hiett: Beyond Blonde

British fashion photographer Steve Hiett gets a US exhibition.

More Info
Mar
23

Things to Do
Stonewall 50 Events at the NYPL Branches

The New York Public Library celebrates the 50th anniversary of Stonewall with a series of special events across NYC.

More Info
Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
James Van Der Zee: Studio

Exhibition of 40 portraits from noted African-American photographer.

More Info
Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
The Value of Sanctuary

an artistic exploration of the role of the Cathedral as a sanctuary

More Info
Mar
23

Museums & Galleries
Ashley Longshore at DVF Flagship

International Women’s Month pop-up gallery at the DVF flagship store.

More Info
Mar
23

Off-Broadway
Accidentally Brave

Maddie Corman's one-woman show about a marriage and family in crisis.

More Info

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