2019: Queens Voted Buenos Aires Tango Steak House & Bar Best Romantic Dinner!
Buenos Aires Tango Steak House & Bar
111-08 Queens Blvd, Forest Hills
Buenos Aires Tango Argentine Bar and Grill is the perfect place for a romantic dinner. They serve lunch, dinner and drinks including grilled Argentine meats, specialties and wines. Customers love how authentic and delicious the meals are. The restaurant has weekend tango shows and live Latin music that are sure to wow any guest. They also offer tango lessons, a fun date idea. The owners are genuine people who love welcoming customers to their place, whether just for a meal or for a private party or event. Buenos Aires Tango is known for their friendly, helpful staff. It is a great place to bring people you love.
2018: Queens Voted Vetro by Russo’s on the Bay Best Romantic Dinner!
Vetro by Russo’s on the Bay
164-49 Crossbay Blvd.
Howard Beach, NY 11414
From the moment you walk through the doors at Vetro Restaurant & Lounge, you will experience service like never before as you savor mouthwatering sensations prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients. Our chef personally creates the creative and classic Italian cuisine, combining traditional offerings with exciting international inspirations. Vetro is guaranteed to change the landscape of fine dining from our exquisite cuisine and expansive wine cellar to private rooftop cocktail lounge – all with the exemplary service of any Russo’s brand.
2017: Queens Voted Papazzio Best Romantic Dinner!
39-38 Bell Blvd., Bayside, NY 11361. 718-229-1962
Your choice of restaurant could make or break a date night. But, at Bayside’s own Papazzio, romanticism reigns. Voted best romantic dinner in the borough, the high-end Italian eatery features Northern and Southern Italian fare, with weekly live jazz and blues nights that make for an easy – but unforgettable – night out on the town with a loved one. Renowned for being both intimate and inviting, Papazzio prides itself on its “taste of elegance.” From its elegant exterior of brick arching over deep red French doors, old-fashioned lamppost lighting, and a redbrick sidewalk, to the charming interior of distressed brick walls and walnut-colored wood floors, Papazzio transports diners to a quaint, yet comfortable trattoria in Tuscany. Its visual appeal also includes an eclectic arrangement of warm, unusual lighting, and a richly-appointed granite bar backed with mahogany and glass shelves of bottled wine. First opened in 1990, the romantic restaurant has been previously dubbed “Bayside’s treasure,” and the ‘hood’s “best kept secret.” It’s no secret anymore that the famed eatery’s exquisite menu and intricate décor go hand in hand to make it the best in the borough.