Good dating spots in nyc

The sit-down sister restaurant to Jason Wang’s Xi’an Famous Foods chainlet, Biang!

is the spot for introducing your date to the cumin and dried-chili-spiked flavors of Xi’an’s Silk Road cuisine.

At Anita Lo’s elegant flagship, the room, with its neutral colors and spare decorations, manages to be elegant without feeling ostentatious.

The food draws from various Asian influences — see the famous foie gras soup dumplings or the pakora fried oysters currently on the menu — without strictly sticking to the continent.

No matter your dating style, here are the best date restaurants in New York City.

Downtown Annisa (West Village) Best for: Setting a romantic mood.

There will always be an undeniable allure to dimly lit underground bars.

Maybe you want a sit-down place with flattering lighting, or maybe you’d prefer a festive taco spot that offers some distraction should things go south.

Big dishes — like that duck — must be ordered ahead and may be too much for two, depending on your ambitions, but there are plenty of sides, like fried rice and Katz’s pastrami triangles, to satisfy.

El Maguey y La Tuna (Lower East Side) Best for: An easygoing place to grab food before hitting the bars.

The drinks list features accessible cocktails, beers, and an extensive choice of wines, with some half-bottles on the cheap and a few dozen full bottles affordably priced at or less.

Decoy (Greenwich Village) Best for: When you want to look like the one who knows all the secret spots.

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