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A themed dinner in a warehouse. Whiskey pairings for two. BBQ goodness. Sounds like ValentineMeltThis dating destination is a natural choice for a romantic meal for two in general, making it an obvious choice this ValentineMelt [440 Bergen St. near Fifth Avenue in Park Slope, (718) 230-5925], seatings from 5:30-10 pm on Feb. 14. $50 prix fixe. Reservations recommended.Char No. 4 ThereChar No. 4 [196 Smith St. between Warren and Baltic streets in Cobble Hill, (718) 643-2106]. ValentineFatty ItFatty House of YesMark ValentineHouse of Yes (342 Maujer St. between Morgan Avenue and Waterbury Street in Bushwick, no phone), Feb. 13 from 7-10 pm. Tickets are $95 for the performance and meal and must be purchased online in advance. For info, visit www.newhue.org.Marco Polo If you want to spend the weekend in Venice without the airfare, head to Marco Polo Ristorante in Carroll Gardens for an old-school Italian dining experience. Marco Polo Ristorante [345 Court St. between Court and Union streets in Carroll Gardens, (718) 852-5015]. Reservations required.iCiA ValentineiCi [246 Dekalb Ave. at Vanderbilt Avenue in Fort Greene, (718) 789-2278], Feb. 14 from 5:30-10:30 pm. $65. Reservations recommended.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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