Yes, you hate Valentine’s day. It sucks, we get it. But besides all of the sucking, it’s actually not that bad. At its core, and where it started out, it’s actually really, really nice. A holiday to celebrate love! Who can’t get behind that? And, this year, whether you’re with someone or not, David Chang has got something for you. Here’s a rundown of what’s going on at his restaurants:
For Those Celebrating Valentine’s Day
Where? 15 W. 56th St., New York, NY
What’s going on? For parties of 2-14 people, there’s a special prix fixe menu designed for sharing.
How much is it? $95 per person with optional beverage pairings of $56 or $85 per person.
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Where is it? 207 Second Ave., New York, NY
What’s going on? You’ve got options.
- For parties of 2-6, there’s a five course tasting menu designed for sharing, with seatings at 6:00pm, 8:00pm, and 10:00pm.
- For parties of 4+, there’s a five course family style prix fixe menu with dry aged niman ranch ribeye, with seatings at 8:00pm and 8:30pm.
- For parties of 6+, there’s a five course family style prix fixe menu with whole rotisserie duck, with seatings at 8:00pm and 8:30pm.
- For parties of 10+, there’s a five course family style prix fixe menu with bo ssäm.
How much is it? Prices range from $85-$95 per person, with optional beverage pairings priced at $55 or $75 per person.
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Where is it? (inside the milk bar) 207 Second Ave., New York, NY
What’s going on? Valentine’s Day-themed snacks and drinks in addition to their regular menu. Reservations and walk ins welcome.
How much is it? Depends what you order.
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Where is it? 8 Extra Place., New York, NY
What’s going on? 8 course tasting menu with beverage pairings, curated by executive chef Sean Gray and the ko team, for parties of 2-4.
How much is it? $450 per person
For Those Decidedly Not Celebrating
Where is it? 171 First Ave., New York, NY
What’s going on? If you’re not celebrating, head to noodle bar where they’re celebrating Singles Awareness Day, unfortunately abbreviated S.A.D. They’ll be doing a 3 course tasting menu as well as their a la carte menu. For parties of 4-8, they’re doing a fried chicken large format meal.
How much is it? For a la carte, depends what you order. For the 3 course tasting menu, $50 per person. For the fried chicken meal, $135. There’s also a $20 beverage pairing.
Valentine’s day doesn’t sound so bad anymore, does it?
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