Dinner and music make for a romantic evening
Go "Gangnam Style" with your valentine
No, not the dance, though we're sure that would be appreciated at MONO+MONO (116 E. 4th St.) for Valentine's Day. The Korean restaurant's package features dishes like the jeon sampler (pan-fried shiitake, pork and sesame leaf) and Korean fried chicken, and the three-course $140 menu includes a bottle of red or white wine or soju and a private tour of the restaurant's 30,000 analog jazz albums. There will also be live jazz by David McKay. 212-466-6660, monomononyc.com
Experience a piano bar with amazing views
Visit the Center Bar (10 Columbus Circle) on the fourth floor of the Time Warner Center for small plates and cocktails this Valentine's Day. Impress your date with the expansive views of Central Park and the live piano music.
Jazz and supper at a renowned spot
For an all-inclusive evening, hit up the Smoke Jazz and Supper Club Lounge (2751 Broadway). The lounge is hosting a performance by Gregory Generet, and a three-course dinner featuring sea scallops and truffled Malbec chicken will be served. All that costs $75 per person, plus $35 for unlimited wine and beer, $50 for a bottle of premium Champagne, plus unlimited wine and beer, or $75 for unlimited cocktails, wine and beer. 212-864-6662, smokejazz.com