Five Places to Eat Out on Valentine’s Day

Local restaurants are offering specials for Valentine’s Day, and you can even be single. Maybe dinner at the bar, or have Love Lane Kitchen deliver your own breakfast any day of the heart-shaped weekend. Or take your sweetie to Almond for the four-course blood orange menu, $65.

Noah’s is offering a five-course, chocolate-based dinner tasting menu with sparkling wine pairings from Sparkling Pointe Winery. The $75 fixed price menu will be offered during dinner hours on Friday, February 14, Saturday, February 15 and Sunday, February 16. $105 includes the wine pairings. Call 631.477.6720 for reservations.

Chef Noah Schwarz seasons fish.

Fresh Hamptons is serving a special five-course, aphrodisiac’s delight, fixed price menu in celebration of Valentine’s Day. The menu will be available in addition to the regular a la carte menu on February 13, 14 and 15. Cost is $95 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Call 631.537.4700 for reservations.

For Valentine’s Day, Topping Rose House executive chef Ty Kotz has created a four-course tasting menu highlighting seasonal and local ingredients for $125 per person. The menu is available all weekend in addition to the restaurant’s seasonal à la carte menu. Children under 10 dine for $45. Additionally, now through April 30, couples can book the Winter Romance Packagea two-night getaway at Topping Rose House, which includes massages (in room or at the on-property spa), dinner for two and breakfast in bed. Rates for the package start at $875/night with a two-night minimum. Additional nights may be added for $325 per night. Call 631.537.0870 or e-mail to book.

plate of venison with vegetables

Love Lane Kitchen in Mattituck is serving up dinner for two with an optional local wine pairing for under $100 per person. The dinner is available Friday, February 14 through Sunday, February 16. Have breakfast in bed for two delivered on Friday, February 14 and Saturday, February 15, complete with breakfast dishes, coffee, chocolate covered strawberries and a long stemmed rose. The cost is $60 and includes delivery from Laurel to Southold. Orders may be placed in-person at the restaurant, by phone at 631-298-8989, or online.


Almond, with locations in Bridgehampton and New York, is offering a four-course menu with a focus on blood oranges for $65. The a la carte menu is also on offer. Call to reserve 631.537.5665.

sliced blood oranges