What’s the most romantic thing you can think of? Eating chocolate-covered strawberries and sipping on champagne? An intimate dinner with a view of the breathtaking Manhattan skyline?

No matter what you enjoy doing with your significant other, New York City’s got you covered. Our beautiful city offers all of these things and more. In order to make it easier for you to decide what to do this February 14, we’ve gathered a list of the most romantic ways to spend Valentine’s Day in New York City!

Have a Romantic Dinner

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Probably the most obvious, and therefore super popular, activity to do on Valentine’s Day is going out for a romantic, intimate dinner. So what are the best spots to spend quality time with your significant other while enjoying delicious food in NYC?

Check out Red Rooster, a Harlem favorite, serving classic American comfort food. Their prix fixe Valentine’s Day menu, consisting of three courses, can be enjoyed for $65 per person.

For amazing skyline views and an upscale dining option, look no further than the River Cafe in Dumbo. This high-end restaurant right by the East River has put together an elaborate Valentine’s Day menu for $195 per person, including wagyu steak tartare, lobster ravioli and dessert.

Relax at the Spa

We all know that living in New York City can be stressful. So, why not take Valentine’s Day off and spend the day at an NYC spa where you can relax and unwind?

Body by Brooklyn offers romantic couple’s massages for $370 for two, including complimentary glasses of champagne. You’ll be treated to an aromatherapy massage with your loved one and have access to the spa’s saunas, steam room, hot tub, and cold plunge pool.

At Faina European Day Spa, opt for the Champagne Extravaganza for Two at $279, which includes a steam shower, a boozy body scrub, and a 30-minute aromatherapy body massage, followed by champagne and chocolate.

Take a Cooking Class

If you’ve ever wondered how to make that juicy steak or perfect burger you regularly splurge on at your favorite NYC restaurants, a cooking class is for you. Luckily, there is an abundance of cooking classes in New York City to choose from.

At The Institute of Culinary Education, attend The Bourbon Steakhouse couples class where you will savor a variety of dishes, including New York strip steak with bourbon cream sauce and truffled mashed potatoes.

My Cooking Party is also offering a menu for Valentine’s Day that’ll be sure to make your mouth water. From filet mignon to a peanut butter stuffed chocolate cake, your significant other will thank you for finding such a great activity for the holiday.

Go Ice Skating

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Whether you’re a pro or you just want to have a good time, ice skating in NYC is a great activity for you and your significant other on Valentine’s Day.

The Sky Rink at Chelsea Piers is an indoor crowd favorite, with stunning views of the Hudson River. Plus, a ticket is only $13 and renting skates costs $7, so this would be the perfect New York City date for those on a budget or if you already splurged on a romantic Valentine’s Day meal.

If you want to brave the cold, Winter Village at Bryant Park is a romantic place to lace up your skates and have some fun. Admission here is free, but renting skates will cost you $20.

No matter how you decide to spend Valentine’s Day in New York City, we hope you enjoy the time with your loved one. If you think you’ve found your soulmate and are searching for an NYC apartment, Triplemint’s expert agents are here to help!