Valentine’s Day: Romantic Restaurants in McLean

McLean and Tysons Corner-area restaurants are booking up quickly for Valentine’s Day 2013.

If you do a Google search for McLean’s most romantic restaurants, two McLean institutions pop up immediately: Panache Restaurant and Da Domenico.

But we know there are more Valentine’s Day and date-worthy restaurants in the area, so we did some additional digging.

Reservations at these romantic spots in the McLean and Tysons Corner area for Valentine’s Day 2013 are booking up fast.

You can leave a review or comments about any of these restaurants by clicking on the links below to get to the Patch directory!

Panache Restaurant, 1751 Pinnacle Drive, is upscale with a Mediterranian flair. The restaurant is offering a Valentine’s Day special three-course dinner for two.

Da Domenico, 1992 Chain Bridge Road, is known for its classic Italian dining. (Italian food is the most romantic, according to a 2013 Restaurant.com survey.)

Wildfire at Tysons Galleria is recommended by the Northern Virginia Magazine Valentine’s Day dining guide. The restaurant is offering a Valentine’s Day special four-course dinner for two.

J. Gilbert’s, 6930 Old Dominion Road, is also offering a Valentine’s Day special for customers. J. Gilbert’s is highly recommended by a Patch reader here (leave your own review, too!).

2941, 2941 Fairview Park Drive, also has Valentine’s Day specials. This is one is technically Falls Church, but it’s just a short trip down the Beltway. Back in 2010, Washingtonian magazine said in its romantic dining guide that in addition to good food, 2941 has peaceful water views.

Where do you suggest taking someone out for Valentine’s Day dinner? 


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