Where to Celebrate Valentine's Day 2018 in New York City

by Hannah Warne on Feb 6, 2018 in Roundups
Where to Celebrate Valentine's Day 2018 in New York City

Whether you’re with bae or flying solo, celebrate Valentine’s Day this year in the best way: with a drink in hand.
 
If you’re flying solo this Valentine’s Day, head to Katch in Astoria to mix and mingle with other unattached New Yorkers. Hosting an Anti-Valentine’s Day bash, this Queens establishment offers over 50 beers on tap along with cocktail offerings and a solid selection of eats—a combo that makes it a great spot for those on the lookout for love. (31-19 Newtown Ave.;718-777-2230)
 
This quintessential West Village haunt has all the makings for a romantic evening out. Rustic wood, exposed brick and a fully stocked wine bar are all you’ll need to woo your significant other. The classic Italian food plus the comprehensive wine list guarantees a night filled with love and romance. (117 Perry St.; 212-242-4233)
 
Looking for love this Valentine’s Day? Or maybe just for a laugh? Either way, head to LIttlefield in Gowanus for Tinder Live! Comedian Lane Moore literally Tinders during the show, swiping and messaging perspective matches—all in front of a packed audience. Next to sister restaurant and bar Parklife, you can get dinner, drinks and a show all in one spot. (635 Sackett St.)
 
All February long, this Brooklyn outpost is screening some of the most romantic flicks ever to hit the silver screen. Special viewings of big-screen romances like Brokeback Mountain and Casablanca are available throughout the month for a perfect dinner-and-a-movie date that will be one for the record books. (136 Metropolitan Ave.; 718-782-8370)
 
Middle Branch
This no-reservations speakeasy in Murray Hill is hard to find, but worth the effort. Dimly lit with dark wood and flickering candle light, it’s the perfect combination of upscale and laid-back for unbeatable ambiance. Plus, with one of the best cocktail lists on the east side, you won’t be sorry you waited. Choose a drink off the menu or give the bartender an idea of what you like and they’ll create a custom concoction. (154 E. 33rd St.; 212-213-1350)

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