2024 Best Valentine's Day Restaurants in Atlantic City Area

Where to dine in Atlantic City for Valentine's Day

Many restaurants will be offering special menus for Valentine's Day, but we've rounded up the best of the best for February 14, 2024. Celebrate with your sweetie with food from one of GAYOT's Best Valentine's Day Restaurants in Atlantic City .

Contact each establishment for details. These selections are presented in alphabetical order.

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Classic American comfort food at the Congress Hall hotel. See More

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Italian on a platter at this theatrical chain. See More

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Chart House
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Dine on seafood and steakhouse fare on the waterfront. See More

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Girasole
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Stylish Italian fare and tempting desserts in a romantic café. See More

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Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill
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Gordon Ramsay came, he saw, and he conquered Atlantic City with British pub fare. See More

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Gordon Ramsay Steak
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Gordon Ramsay steakhouse at Harrah’s Atlantic City. See More

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McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood & Steaks
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Distinctive seafood dining at the edge of the Atlantic. See More

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Morton's The Steakhouse
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Atlantic City outpost of this steakhouse where you can get quality steaks in a clubby atmosphere. See More

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The Palm
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Prime beef, jumbo lobsters and Italian specialties at this family-run steakhouse in Tropicana Atlantic City. See More

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Reinterpreted Chinese fare appeals to couples, families and friendly groups. See More

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