Still haven’t made Valentine’s Day plans? Never fear, Breslow Partners is here with some suggestions on where to take your loved one for a magical day, or at least dinner.
Looking for Valentine’s Day sweets? Head to Night Kitchen Bakery in Chestnut Hill for yummy treats to share with your loved one, or keep all to yourself. Naughty conversation heart cookies are a cute classic with a different twist.
Nectar, in Berwyn, is one of the most romantic restaurants around. If you can’t get a reservation on Valentine’s Day, there’s always the weekend before or after.
Gemelli on Main is a new spot to try, if you haven’t already, for a more relaxed, but very good meal. Get some really creative Prohibition-style cocktails at Gemelli. Then if you want more, you can check out the bars in Manayunk after dinner.
David Katz will be serving up a great menu at Meme, BYOB or buy a bottle from Meme.
Looking for that low-key, no muss, no fuss, grab and go South Philly grub? Shank’s Original on Pier 40 has award-winning Philly cheesesteaks, chicken cutlets with broccoli rabe and sharp provolone, old school italian hoagies and other Italian delicacies.
Modern Mexican food doesn’t scream Valentine’s day, but we scream for Xochitl as one of the best places to dine out if you’re feeling a fiesta in your corazon.
So don’t get caught without a good place to grab some killer grub this Valentine’s Day. Even if you don’t have a sweetheart, grab a pal and head out to eat. Feed to heart through the stomach. That’s what we always say. Cupid suggests it, too.