OpenTable has released its list of the Top 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in America for 2014. The lucky winners were selected from a pool of nearly 19,000 restaurants and five million reviews from OpenTable diners. Out of all 50 states, California and Florida had the most number of romantic restaurants — warm weather and beaches win every time.
Here's a sampling. Read the full list at the link above.
Acquerello - San Francisco, CA
Café Central - El Paso, TX
Canlis - Seattle, WA
The Cellar - Fullerton, CA
Chez Francois - Vermilion, OH
Circa 1886 - Charleston, SC
Different Pointe of View - Phoenix, AZ
Eiffel Tower - Las Vegas, NV
Il Cielo Gardens Restaurant & Bar - Beverly Hills, CA
La Mer at Halekulani - Honolulu, HI
Latitudes - Key West, FL
Some honorable mentions that made the list last year:
The Cellar – Fullerton, California
Eagle’s Nest – Hyatt Regency – Indianapolis, Indiana
Eiffel Tower – Las Vegas, Nevada
The French Room – Dallas, Texas
La Caille Restaurant – Sandy, Utah
La Mer at Halekulani – Honolulu, Hawaii
Photo: The Eiffel Tower restaurant and Belagio Hotel and Casino, Courtesy of Conde Naste Traveler
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