2024 Best Valentine's Day Restaurants in Virginia Suburbs (DC) Area

Where to dine in Virginia Suburbs (DC) 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 Virginia Suburbs (DC) .

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

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Alta Strada
14/20
Chef Michael Schlow's Italian fare at Fairfax’s Mosaic District. See More

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Ambar
14/20
Balkan cuisine intrigues the palate at this Arlington restaurant. See More

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The Ashby Inn & Restaurant
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A grand country setting for an upscale, citified meal. See More

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Bastille
14/20
Elegant French cuisine and courteous, punctual service at this Old Town Alexandria restaurant. See More

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Bistro L'Hermitage
14/20
A sliver of French fine dining in a country inn atmosphere. See More

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Clyde's at Mark Center
13/20
Clyde's at Mark Center is a mood setter for sports fans. See More

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Clyde's Willow Creek Farm
14/20
A stylish farmhouse re-creation in keeping with the Clyde's tradition. See More

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14/20
One of Reston's must-dine wine-centric restaurants. See More

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12/20
An American bistro with an emphasis on grilled foods. See More

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Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar
13/20
Five different cuts of steak and a lengthy wine list in McLean. See More

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