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Several restaurants in Queens are offering prix-fixe menus and other specials on Valentine's Day.

Still looking for the perfect place to take your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day? Here are some restaurants in Queens offering romantic dining specials on February 14.

danny brown Wine Bar and Kitchen, Forest Hills: Savor a three-course prix-fixe menu for $65 per person and $95 per person with wine pairing

Deluge Restaurant, Flushing, Asian/American: The restaurant features a prix-fixe menu for $59.95 per person.

Giardino, Douglaston, Italian: Enjoy a three-course prix-fixe menu for $47.00 per person.

Locale, Astoria, Modern Italian: This eatery’s Valentine’s Day special is a $60 three-course prix-fixe menu.

O Lavrador, Jamaica, Portuguese/Spanish: Spend Valentine’s Day dining on the food of the Iberian Peninsula with a special menu and a free glass of champagne with dinner.

Testaccio Ristorante, Long Island City, Contemporary Roman: A four-course prix-fixe menu with complimentary glass of Prosecco for $60.

Tournesol Bistro Francais, Long Island City, French: Savor a three-course prix-fixe menu for $49 per person.

Trattoria Neo, Whitestone, Italian: Valentine’s Day includes a complimentary glass of wine and rose to go with a $49.95 prix-fixe menu.

Water’s Edge Restaurant, Long Island City: The restaurant with views of Manhattan offers two Valentine’s Day deal: An $80 four-course prix-fixe dinner and a $100 prix-fixe dinner, which includes a champagne toast, open bar from 7-11 p.m. and live DJ.

Veslo, Astoria, Croatian: Enjoy prix-fixe Valentine’s Day menu for $50.



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