Whether you’re in a new relationship or have been married for years, Valentine’s Day is like the Super Bowl for couples. On the big day, you want to make sure everything is just right. This eclectic selection of Valentine’s Day menus from across Brooklyn includes everything from seafood to brunch to a whimsical menu dedicated to Kim and Kanye. With this much good food and wine on the menu, just make sure you don’t fall asleep as soon as you get home!

Brooklyn Crab (Red Hook)
What’s more romantic than watching the sunset at dinner? How about dining on one of the world’s most famous aphrodisiacs? You can do both at Brooklyn Crab, with its views of Lower Manhattan, the New York Harbor and the Statue of Liberty. Their Valentine’s Day prix fixe menu for two includes a half dozen oysters plus a choice of broiled oysters or calamari to start, crab royale, and choice of key lime tart or apple crisp. Menu price is $130 per couple and comes with complimentary bubbly toast. Make your reservation on their website or call 718-643-2722.

Photo courtesy of Brooklyn Crab’s Facebook.

Polenta and meatballs at Brucie | Peter D. via Yelp

Brucie (Cobble Hill)
If you’re looking for a VIP experience on Valentine’s Day, Brucie features a five-course Kim and Kanye menu. A few of Kim’s menu items include a stacked “24-Karrot” terrine; sticky kimchi sesame rice balls with a honey Mascarpone glaze; and a Goldschläger “Salted Karamel Karrot Kake.” On Kanye’s side you can choose from “Good Life” smoked oyster hors d’oeuvres; course three’s “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” made up of squid ink tagliatelle, duck confit, coconut, and microgreens; or finish off with “Imma Let You Finish” Pernod Yeezecake with Chantilly cream. For each course, you choose Kim or Kanye, or there are entrées for two to share options. This menu special is $100 per person–tax, alcohol, and tip not included. Email to book a table or call 347-987-4961.

Lea | David P. via Foursquare

Lea (Flatbush)
Lea offers a shared four-course meal for Valentine’s Day. The special menu items start with a choice of charred beet carpaccio or shrimp cocktail, and second is red pork risotto or stuffed turnip. For the entrée, Lea offers strip steak, fluke, or braised winter vegetables. Make sure you save some room for dessert: chocolate ganache or panna cotta. This menu is $60 per person, and reservations are recommended. Make a reservation online or call 718-928-7100.

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Brooklyn Commune (Windsor Terrace)
Brooklyn Commune’s five-course dinner is broken up into salad, fish, meat, cheese, and sweets and comes with complimentary wine pairings from Brooklyn Winery. The spinach salad is paired with Brooklyn Winery Stainless Steel Chardonnay, and the trout and Bay scallop “Osso Bucco” is paired with Brooklyn Winery Old Vine Zinfandel. The rest of your meal includes lamb shank risotto with savory chocolate and cherry, a truffle honey d’Affinois cheese and walnut crisp, and chocolate bread pudding or vanilla crème fraîche. This Valentine’s Day meal is $80 per person, and you can make your reservation online.

Lemon ricotta blueberry pancakes | Katherine R. via Yelp 

James (Prospect Heights)
If you don’t want to wait until dinner to celebrate Valentine’s Day, go to James for brunch. Brunch is a two-course prix fixe meal that includes two cocktails, coffee or tea, and dessert to share for $45. A few brunch options include blackberry-stuffed brioche French toast, fried oysters, Carolina shrimp, and an eight ounce grass-fed Angus burger. James is also serving a special three-course prix fixe dinner for $95, which includes an amuse bouche. For starters you can get celery root soup, apple and endive, or crispy Carolina shrimp. For your entrée, choose from a New York strip steak, Arctic char, Amish chicken, or baby beet risotto. Desserts for brunch and dinner include a grilled chocolate pound cake, pumpkin ricotta cheesecake, or lavender crème brûlée. View the full menu on James’ website and call 718-942-4255 to book a table.

Atrium (Dumbo)
It may be cold, but a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge is romantic. Once you’re in Dumbo, head to Atrium for a four-course Valentine’s Day dinner. The meal includes wild mushroom and fontina tartelette hors d’oeuvres; a choice of butternut squash soup, truffled frisée salad, or dorade crudo to start; your entree choices are a spicy tomato linguini, crushed potato and broccoli, chicken breast with eggplant and sundried tomato, or pommes lyonnaise with swiss chard. A Madagascar vanilla panna cotta or chocolate bar will be served for dessert. Their dinner special is $75 per person, and you can also have a wine pairing with your meal for an additional $40 per person. You can make a reservation online or call 718-858-1095. Gift cards are also available.

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