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Resy’s Guide to Valentine’s Day in Washington DC

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For all of you lovebirds out there, now would be a good time to start planning: February 14 is coming very soon. So put your flower bouquets aside and figure out where to celebrate your loved ones with our ultimate guide to Valentine’s Day. Nab a Resy, or set a Notify if necessary, and then eat your heart out. Right this way.


Anju — Book Now/Set a Notify
$85 seven-course menu.

Jack Rose Dining Saloon — Book Now
$200 menu per couple.

Karma Modern Indian — Book Now
$75 four-course menu.

Mosaic Cuisine — Book Now
$185 three-course menu per couple, with a complimentary bottle of Prosecco.

Obelisk — Book Now
$90 five-course menu.

Officina — Book Now
$80 four-course menu.

Olivia — Book Now
$75 three-course menu.

Primrose — Book Now
$75 three-course menu, with optional $30 wine pairing.

Rasika Penn Quarter — Book Now
$85 three-course menu.

Rasika West End — Book Now
$85 three-course menu.

Rooster & Owl — Book Now/Set a Notify
$85 four-course menu.

San Lorenzo — Book Now/Set a Notify
$95 four-course menu.

Shilling Canning Company — Book Now
$75 four-course menu.

Supra — Book Now
Regular à la carte menu with Valentine’s Day specials.

Sushi Nakazawa — Book Now
$250 kaiseki menu (counter seating).

Sushi Taro — Book Now/Set a Notify
$150 kaiseki.

Thamee — Book Now
$75 five-course menu, with optional $40 beverage pairing.


 

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