Bites of Love – 6 Restaurant Recommendations for Valentine’s Day

The clock is ticking and soon we’ll be donning our finest attire and settling into the seats of one of Austin’s most elegant restaurants for an evening spent savoring exquisite food and wine. Whether you plan to wine and dine your love or spend the night celebrating with family and friends, our city has plenty to offer when it comes to the perfect setting for Valentine’s Day. We caught up with our agents to find out their restaurant recommendations for a fun and romantic night to remember.

Jeffrey’s of Austin

1204 West Lynn | (512) 477 – 5584

“It is quite simply the best food and ambiance in town,” Martha Small said.

This neighborhood fine dining restaurant features dry-aged prime beef and French American classics.

“It’s a very romantic setting with an amazing wine list and menu,” Kathleen Bucher said. “Perfect for a romantic dinner for two.”

ASTI Trattoria

408 C East 43rd Street | (512) 451 – 1218

From house-made pasta to handcrafted pizza, the seasonal menu reflects simple and traditional trattoria dishes and fresh Italian flavors from Piedmont, Tuscany, Sardinia and everywhere in between.

“It’s small and neighborly,” Sharman Reed said. “The owner and chef always comes by the table to say, “hello” and the food is spectacular. They take reservations, which is a necessity, and, honestly, what’s better than Italian for Valentine’s?”

Tiny Boxwoods

1503 W 35th Street | (512) 220 – 0698

This upscale garden cafe offers an open, airy vibe while serving American fare and famed chocolate chip cookies.

“The food is fresh and from-scratch with elegant service in an inviting atmosphere,” Liz Newell said. “And if the weather is nice, you can even dine al fresco!”

Caroline Restaurant

621 Congress Avenue #101 and #201 | (512) 982 – 6766

With menus ranging from classic to clever, this contemporary, open and airy dining room located in the heart of downtown buzzes from carefully-curated playlists, wines and cocktails.

“It’s perfect for friends or families to celebrate Valentine’s Day together,” Kathleen Bucher said. “There’s a great menu downstairs and upstairs is like a backyard part with big screen TV’s, and tons of games like Giant Jenga, Foosball, Shuffleboard, Cornhole and more!”

Olamaie

1610 San Antonio Street | (512) 474 – 2796

Five generations of southern food brings you elevated fare with farm-fresh ingredients and modern plating in an elegant refurbished home.

“It is a wonderful and intimate setting in a tucked away part of historic old Austin,” Eric Copper said.

Red Ash Italia

303 Colorado Street | (512) 379 – 2906

Influenced by the culinary traditions of Northern and Southern Italy, this kitchen features craft Italian cuisine such as fresh handmade pastas, pristine seafood, locally sourced prime meats roasted on the wood-burning grill and plancha, and an abundance of seasonal fresh vegetables.

 

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