On the hunt for a romantic Valentine’s day dinner out in Fort Point but don’t know where to begin? Fear not! Here at the Friends of Fort Point Channel we’ve got you covered. And so, as our Valentine’s gift to you, check out this list of 14 restaurants in the area this 14th that will be holding a special Valentine’s event that’ll be sure to impress your special someone.
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“On Tuesday, February 14th, Bastille Kitchen of Boston’s historic Fort Point District, invites guests to enjoy a romantic Valentine’s Day dining experience inspired by the ‘city of love,’ culminating in the form of a decadent three-course prix fixe meal boasting a combination of fine ingredients and innovative flavors.” – The Boston Calendar
2. Blue Dragon
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“Let Blue Dragon blow you and your sweetie away with their four-course tasting menu. Your dinner will start with roasted oysters and end with red velvet elegance, courtesy of chef-owner Ming Tsai and his team.” – BostonChefs.com
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“Swing by this Fort Point bar to Hula With Your Honey. Drink’s Tiki Sunday specials take over on Tuesday for Valentine’s Day, with specialty tiki cocktails and island-themed snacks.” – Boston Magazine
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“Enjoy a seven-course dinner at Barbara Lynch’s luxe restaurant, ranging from small plates like scallops with endive and miso, to quail with fig and chanterelles. The night caps off with a chocolate box of assorted sweets.” – Boston Magazine
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“Wood fired specials, beer and wine specials, cocktails to fall for, and lots and lots of pizza. If that sounds like the perfect way to spend Valentine’s Day, book a table at Pastoral in Fort Point. Chef Todd Winer’s a la carte menu will fit whatever kind of celebration you’ve got in mind – and they’ll add a little surprise treat to sweeten the pot.” – Boston Chefs
6. Row 34
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“Enjoy shareable platters created by chef Jeremy Sewall as he continues to celebrate New England’s rich seafood traditions. Made just for two, guests can enjoy lobster bouillabaisse, a shellfish tower, and full bottles of wine.” – The Boston Magazine
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“Enjoy Barbara’s Feast, expanded for Valentine’s Day offering four-courses, highlighting dishes for two that are perfect to share with your special someone.” – Sportello
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“This Valentine’s Day, TAMO Bistro + Bar at the Seaport Hotel will roll out a special menu toattract lovebirds – and lovers of deals – which will feature an array of hors d’oeuvres, followed by a two-course menu and a shared bottle of wine for only $50 per person.” – Eventful
9. Tavern Road
” Tavern Road’s Herbal Rain Bash features local Prince tribute band, LoVeSeXy, and plenty of Jagermeister. The band takes the stage from 8:00-11:00pm with sensual tunes from the Prince playbook and a DJ takes over afterwards to keep the dancing going until late-night. There’ll be specialty Jager cocktails at the cash bar, a pro vs. audience cocktail competition, complimentary passed apps, party favors and Purple Rain vibes.” – BostonChefs.com
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“Abigail’s Tea Room will be cooking up a special menu to celebrate Valentine’s Day. They’ll be combing special menu items along with their most popular dishes to ensure you have the best experience possible. Enjoy any of their three different Valentine Menu Selections.” – Abigail’s Tea Room
Also check out “Unconditional Love: The Love Letters of John and Abigail Adams,” a special reading held in Abigail’s Tea Room on February 10th, 11th, and 14th.
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“Treat your honey to a little mini trip to Provence at Miel Brasserie Provencal. The InterContinental Hotel’s signature restaurant will be serving a three-course prix fixe full of French flair.” – BostonChefs.com
12. Oak + Rowan
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“Oak + Rowan indulges food-lovers this Valentine’s Day with a five-course prix fixe that covers all the culinary bases. The menu abounds with decadent dishes from both sea and land – like scallops + pork shortrib, foie gras, and tuna crudo – sure to treat every palate.” – BostonChefs.com
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“Outlook at the Envoy Hotel will be offering a Valentine’s feast fit for couples of all kinds. The three-course prix fixe, which includes yummy dishes like beet and burrata salad, duck confit and a Tomahawk steak for two, also comes with a glass of bubbly to add a little sparkle to your evening.” –BostonChefs.com
14. City Tap
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Not so crazy about a candlelit dinner? No problem, head over to City Tap for their “Cupid is Stupid… Swipe Left!” event.
“Indulge yourself over items that you wouldn’t think to order on a date…fried, battered, chocolate-covered, smothered in gravy – all paired with, of course, beer!” – City Tap
Hope this helped any lingering Valentine’s Day dismay you may have had. Have another restaurant suggestion for us to check out in the Fort Point area? Comment below or shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to stay in the loop with Friends of Fort Point Channel and sign up for our newsletter here.
Christine Rowley is the Marketing and Social Media Intern for Friends of Fort Point Channel and a current junior at Northeastern University.