Ask anyone: There’s nothing more romantic than dinner by the fire. With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we’ve ignited inspiration for your night out with a list of 9 NYC bars and restaurants with fireplaces. Each spot is perfect for sparking romance or renewing friendship with your Valentine’s (or Galentine’s) date.
For an iconic celebration of love, this elegant Central Park landmark is a picturesque choice. Enjoy your Valentine’s dinner or drinks by the fireplace, and be sure to snap a picture of the beautiful mantel.
This star-studded dining room, helmed by a celebrity British chef, is as bold as it is beautiful. For a Valentine’s date that’s sure to be special, treat your loved one to a chic supper by the fire.
Treat your special someone to small plates and smart drinks in this warm, inviting Tribeca lounge. With its unique menu and crackling fireplace, it’s the perfect spot for a fun Valentine’s evening out.
Take your love to new heights at this elegant rooftop cocktail lounge. With its sleek interior, cozy fireplace, and rooftop views, you and your date will feel on top of the world.
5. The Writing Room
Write your own fairytale with books and romance at this literary-themed UES spot. Belle and the Beast started falling in love by the fire - here, you could too.
They say no one does love like the French. Do Valentine’s Day right with upscale French cuisine and a glass of champagne by the fireplace.
Inspired by the gin bars of the roaring 20’s, this beautiful spot twinkles with history and presents the perfect setting for a Valentine’s cocktail (and unforgettable memories) by the fireplace.
For a sophisticated Valentine’s date, consider this bi-level restaurant and lounge. Serving classic-contemporary French cuisine and cocktails from their unique zinc bar, a table by the fireplace would be the cherry on top of your night.
For a fun Valentine’s night in the style of old New York, this welcoming Italian eatery is the perfect spot. Order a shareable plate, cozy up to the fireplace, and dig in with your date or favorite gang of Galentines.