If you’re lucky enough for cupid to strike you with his arrow or your trying to fall in love again, there’s no better way to spend this Valentines Day with the love of your life than under a candlelit dinner, nestled intimately next to that special someone. Haute Living- with a lot of love- found the top 5 Romantic Restaurants in the Hamptons to celebrate Feb. 14.
1 The 1770 House
The 1770 House is one of the most romantic restaurants in the Hamptons, with calming beige walls and intimate candlelit tables, there is nowhere else in the Hamptons you’ll want to dine with your loved one this Valentines Day. The menu is similar to the ambience, cozy and petite, but worthwhile and satisfying. Try the Lobster and Green Papaya Salad with Peanuts, Cilantro, Thai Chilis and a Nam Pla with Lime Dressing while you drink a bottle of French wine and gaze into your amours eyes across the table as the fireplace burns.
2 The American Hotel Restaurant
Celebrities like Billy Joel and Uma Thurman have been spotted at this Victorian Style restaurant. What better way to spice up your night than see a celebrity who has the same taste in romantic eats like you? The American Hotel Restaurant is a warm and cozy joint with four candlelit dining rooms to choose from. The menu is exquisite blending French and American cuisine. Warm smoky brown wood with dimmed lights makes this an ideal romantic haunt for February 14.
3 Della Femina
Enjoy chef Michael Rozzi’s signature noveau Italian dishes and sip red wine in Della Femina’s intimate glowing dining room. For the first course, try the Spring Sweet Pea Soup with Lemon Scented Profiteroles to warm up before a succulent Dijon and Brioche Crusted Rack of Lamb with Sweet Pea and Mint Risiotto sprinkled with Black Pepper Pecorino for the main course.
4 New Paradise Cafe
With comfortable seating and a low-key attitude, New Paradise Café is ideal for those couples looking for a mellow night with an astonishing meal. Beige soothing walls and mahogany warm up this interior and large windows with soft orange curtains are perfect for catching the sunset. The recommended dish at this Sag Harbor eatery is the crisp Long Island Duck soaked in Raspberry sauce.
This French bistro takes the spirit of a St. Bart’s café with bamboo barstools, white interior with sunlit rooms by day and balanced lighting by night. If your looking for un nuit d’amour, Pierre’s is the place for you. For a sweet treat after dinner, take your belle to Pierre’s patisserie for a sweet homemade chocolate croissant.