Love Is In The Air at Local Restaurants

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Creme Brûlée from Lulu Kitchen in Sag Harbor.

Looking to wine and dine your loved one on Valentine’s Day? The East End has you covered.

Lulu Kitchen and Bar, located at 126 Main Street in Sag Harbor, is celebrating the day of love with an equally loveable three- or four-course prix fixe, available for $65 and $85, respectively.

The first of three courses is a choice of Tuna Tartare, Grilled Marinated Quail or Crab Arancini, followed by Braised Mustard Rabbit, Olive Oil Poached Codfish Loin or Grilled Duck Breast, and rounded out by either Molten Chocolate Cake or Crème Brûlée.

The four-course menu includes either Tuna Tartare or Grilled Marinated Quail to start, followed by Crab Arancini or Braised Mustard Rabbit, Olive Oil Poached Codfish Loin or Grilled Duck Breast, and completed by either Molten Chocolate Cake or Crème Brûlée.

For more information, please call (631) 725-0900 or visit lulusagharbor.com.

The dining room at Nick & Toni’s in East Hampton.

In East Hampton, Nick & Toni’s — located at 136 North Main Street — is serving up a special a la carte menu for the big day, including a Beet Cured Wild Salmon appetizer for $22; Wood Roasted 1.5-Pound Lobster, served with butternut-sunchoke gratin and creamed kale, for $60; and a Chocolate-Hazelnut Cake served with brûléed bananas, hazelnut sauce and stracciatella espresso cream for $15.

For more information or reservations, please call (631) 324-3550.

A more casual option could be found in the Parrish Mews at Rowdy Hall, which will also serve a romantic a la carte menu, including Crispy Local Oysters on the Half Shell for $16; a Bronzino Filet with butternut and local clam chowder for $28; and a decadent Chocolate and Raspberry Mousse for $12.

For more information, please call (631) 324-8555.

Those wishing to celebrate early can head over to Wölffer Kitchen Sag Harbor for a daily Valentine’s Day prix fixe menu starting Friday, February 9. But for the traditionalists, they can visit Wölffer Kitchen Amangansett on Wednesday for the real deal: a three-course menu, at either 6 or 8 p.m., to the sounds of live Brazilian jazz samba.

Tickets are $100. For more information, please visit wolffer.com/news.

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