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Romantic spots that won't leave you broke for Valentine's Day

Stanton Street Kitchen

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If big romance at a reasonable price point is what you're looking for, these spots will have you feeling the love.

Stanton Street Kitchen (178 Stanton St.), a romantic spot that also happens to have a great craft beer selection, is serving a three-course aphrodisiac-packed prix fixe ($75 per person), like the seafood bouillabaisse brimming with five kinds of fish and shellfish.

The two former Masa chefs at Saikai Dining Bar (24 Greenwich Ave.) are serving a six-course prix fixe ($80 per person, $120 with sake pairings) with dishes like sea bream with shaved truffle and grilled king crab with yuzu whipped cream.

Cozy East Village newcomer King Bee (424 E. Ninth St.) has one of the most decadent and reasonably priced prix fixes ($65 per person, $105 with wine pairings) with four courses with options like rabbit rillettes, venison tartare and salt pork confit lobster.

Get steak in a place that doesn’t reek of testosterone at the West Village’s rustic-chic Village Prime (302 Bleecker St.). Their Valentine’s menu ($89 per person) includes diver scallops with roasted baby beets and sweetbread hash, or the Land & Sea petit filet mignon and broiled lobster tail.

At his seasonal American Chinese restaurant on the Lower East Side, Fung Tu (22 Orchard St.), Per Se alum Jonathan Wu is offering a six-course tasting menu ($85 per person) with brown butter seared scallops in mala vinegar, black truffle-braised short rib and fried bao with fruit-chocolate pastry cream.

 
 
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