Want your Valentine’s Day date to take you somewhere romantic and fancy this year? You could always try The Cheesecake Factory, but here are some other great dreamy restaurant locations in Seattle.

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Turn up the heat this Valentine’s Day with a dinner reservation at one of Seattle’s hottest restaurants! Your dinner date should be romantic, sensual, and delicious. Cupid has given you a gift this year with the list below to make it easy to choose a restaurant you both will enjoy.

What do people talk about at Valentine’s Day dinners? I wouldn’t know; I haven’t been on a Valentine’s date ever, now that I think about it. I haven’t been on many romantic dinner dates to be honest with you, so I’m going to trust Cupid’s recommendations on this one.

Even though I’ve never been asked out for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner date, I know where I would want to go in Seattle: somewhere serving Italian pasta and fresh baked bread. I would love it to have an accompanying salad and a small plate of tiramisu for dessert. I’m not a dessert person, but tiramisu just does it for me. I’d also love an aperitif of limoncello to start off our meal.


Looking over Cupid’s list of romantic dinner recommendations below, it looks like I would be asking my (imaginary) Valentine’s Day date to take me to either Tulio’s or a place off the list like Tavolàta (for the rigatoni and focaccia bread), or The Lioness once it opens.

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