Valentine's Day is right around the corner. And if you're looking for place to take someone, you've come to the right spot.
Here are a five local restaurants that you could check out as options for Valentine's Day:
- : Open in Arlington for more than seven years, Ristorante Olivio is a place to find authentic Italian cooking. In an atmosphere that has a fine dining look but is casual and comfortable, Chef Angelo DiGirolamo serves simple food with fresh ingredients. There are offerings inspired by many regions of Italy, all made with an emphasis on a rustic style achieved with simple components.
- : The vibrant atmosphere at Tango matches the delicious Argentinean cuisine it serves. The restaurant offers a wide variety of beef, chicken and seafood dishes. Grilled steaks, ribs and fillets are the most prominent items, but the menu also offers ravioli, swordfish and breaded sole along with an extensive wine list.
- : With beautiful tapestries and traditional art adorning the walls, Thai Moon is a pleasant place to enjoy a variety of your favorite Thai dishes. The basil fish and duck are cooked to perfection, and the pla rad pik is recommended by the friendly and attentive staff.
- : Toraya is a small Japanese restaurant located just on the outskirts of the town's center. Though it is a little out of the way, that does not stop the crowds from finding it. Often busy, Toraya has become a favorite spot for sushi and other authentic Japanese dishes, such as the agedashi tofu appetizer and an array of donburi varieties. The bento boxes are also a draw.
- : Offering comfortable fine dining in a luxe setting, Tryst is a spot that is sought out for romantic dinners. Chef Paul Turano cooks up creative American cuisine evident in dishes such as blood orange lacquered salmon and pan fried duck dumplings.
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