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Top 5 Romantic Nights

BY Katie Bianco | January 4, 2017 | Feature Features

Planning ahead for romance in February? We thought so. Here's a primer to make Valentine's month a culinary romp (and don't forget the spa).
The gilded and cozy living room at Pennsylvania 6 is perfect for drinks before or after dinner.

Blue Duck Tavern
The Park Hyatt restaurant rolls out the red carpet for couples with its Cupid’s Table menu, featuring 10 decadent courses, each plated tableside by Chef de Cuisine Brad Deboy. Enjoyover-the-top wine pairings, round-trip car service and to-go pastries for the morning after. $1,400, Feb. 10, 11 and 14

The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner
Indulge for the day with a stop at the hotel’s luxurious spa for treatments like the Cherry Rose Truffle Facial ($55) and the Moroccan Oil Fleur De Rose pedicure ($75), followed by a sweet feast at the Ritz’s chocolate buffet. Spa treatments available month of February

Graffiato
Cuddle up with your honey and love-theme cocktails like Light My Fire, featuring spicy Mexican hot chocolate with mezcal, tequila, cinnamon, cayenne pepper and a toasted marshmallow, before sitting down to a five-course tasting menu. Feb. 14

Via Umbria
Get inspired to create your own menu with a couples’ cooking class in the Italian store’s private kitchen. Executive Chef Johanna Hellrigl will share her secrets for making Baci chocolates, the beloved Italian chocolate hazelnut candy. Feb. 12, 5pm, $25

Pennsylvania 6
Vintage romance is on the menu with a four-course menu with wine pairings, accompanied by the 1934 black-and-white film It Happened One Night playing on the restaurant’s televisions. Feb. 14, $85 per person

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