Date Night in D.C. 2012
Whether it’s your first date or your 10
th anniversary, there's always a good reason to wine and dine the object of your affection. Here, we offer up five top restaurants for date night -- and a bonus, if you're lucky.
For a first date in a classic (and totally unstuffy) setting, New Heights is your spot. And with more 50 types of gin on offer, you can ease into a fun night with someone new or take the edge off if it's not going so well.
Co Co Sala is romantic to its core -- just the place to go for cocktails and chocolate-infused dining. Consider it your deal closer.
Dubbed a "candy store for grown ups," this is the spot to impress your wine-loving love interest. And with its cozy wine bar/shop/restaurant vibe, Grand Cru is romantic without laying it on too thick.
A serious special occasion spot, your best bet is to go for "Tonight's Proposed Meal," which means you'll let Chef Frank Ruta and team do their thing (and masterfully at that).
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All the single ladies: If you're looking to drop a subtle hint, bring your date to this spot, which is rich with romantic history. Booth number three is where JFK proposed to Jackie.
If the date went well, then you should end up here for brunch -- the perfect spot to commemorate the night before over crepes or eggs benedict.
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