Eat and Drink Eat your heart out: Dine on hearts this Valentine's Day in NYC By GEORGIA KRAL Updated February 9, 2016 12:32 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email You call yourself a romantic, but you don't show your loved one how much you care by ordering hearts for dinner? Get with the program! And no, we're not talking about chocolate hearts. Beef heart tartare with grated egg yolk at Fedora Photo Credit: Henry Hargreaves This restaurant in the Happy Cooking family will be serving an elegant dish for Valentine's Day that's sure to get anyone's blood pumping. Beef heart tartare will be served with grated egg yolk. This special dish is sure to excite! $17. 239 W. 4th St., 646-449-9336, fedoranyc.com Grilled hatsu (heart) at Takashi Photo Credit: Takashi Takashi in the West Village has made a name for itself as the place to go for beef and especially obscure and out-of-the-box cuts/parts (for example, the testicargot, which are bull testicles escargot-style, pictured). They also serve grilled chicken hearts for $14. 456 Hudson St., 212-414-2929, takashinyc.com Cow heart anticucho at Lima's Taste Photo Credit: FLICKR / Sandra M. Martinez This popular Peruvian restaurant in the West Village always serves the popular street food anticucho. They make one version with beef hearts, served skewered and grilled with potatoes and green hot sauce. This is a not-to-be-missed dish. $12. 122 Christopher St., 212-242-0010. Heart-shaped achy breaky heart roll at CATCH Photo Credit: CATCH Not into eating animals organs? It's OK, we understand. And you can still eat hearts without actually eating hearts. At CATCH, for example, impress your date with heart-shaped sushi. The special achy breaky heart roll is a spicy tuna, tempura and avocado roll topped with seared tuna and balsamic kabayaki (eel). 21 Ninth Ave., 212-392-5978, emmgrp.com/restaurants/catch Pincho de Cueta at La Vara Photo Credit: La Vara This Brooklyn Jewish/Spanish restaurant has one menu dish that's great for the heart-lovers. Pincho de Cueta is grilled chicken hearts with fresh herb salad and a lime-date vinaigrette. $13. 268 Clinton St., Cobble Hill, 718-422-0065, lavarany.com Heart-shaped baguette at Il Buco Alimentari Photo Credit: Il Buco Alimentari Show your love without getting into animal organs with this gorgeous heart-shaped baguette from Il Buco Alimentari, the sister market and cafe and market to the restaurant Il Buco. In addition to being romantic, these baguettes, available in three flavors (plain, Parmesan, chocolate with Amaretto-soaked cherries) are delicious. $5. Available now through Feb. 14. 53 Great Jones St., 212-837-2622, ilbucovineria.com Heart-shaped baguette at Breads Bakery Photo Credit: Breads Bakery Breads Bakery is also making heart-shaped baguettes for the love birds among us. $11.95. 18 E. 16th St., 212-633-2253, breadsbakery.com Beeting Hearts cocktail at RedFarm and Decoy Photo Credit: Kendra Borowski Here's a festive and intoxicating way into your date's heart. Both RedFarm locations and the downstairs Hudson Street neighbor Decoy are serving the Beeting Hearts cocktail for two for Valentine's Day. Absolut Elyx is made with beet juice, Aperol, apple juice, lime juice, ginger syrup and egg white and topped with little hearts made of atomized beet juice. Precious. $20. 529 Hudson and 2170 Broadway, 212-792-9700 and 212-724-9700, redfarmnyc.com Red heart ravioli at Davio's Photo Credit: Davio's This Midtown Italian restaurant is serving goat cheese ravioli shaped into pretty red hearts this Valentine's Day. Isn't that just so sweet? Well, this is a savory dish, but you get the point. It's part of a $69 four-course prix-fixe. 447 Lexington Ave., 212-661-4810, davios.com/nyc Beef heart anticucho at Llama Inn Photo Credit: Llama Inn via Instagram The brand new Brooklyn spot serves several types of anticucho -- a popular Peruvian street food -- including a beef heart variety with aji panca and rocoto salsa. $4; 50 Withers St., Williamsburg, 718-387-3434, llamainnnyc.com By GEORGIA KRAL Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.