Nothing says “I love you” like meat. In this romantic, palazzo setting, share a dry-aged bone-in rib-eye ($144) for two or a Florentine porterhouse a deux ($160). But if your relationship is more “call me maybe” than “have my baby,” tuck into whatever the bar is whipping up as its current farmers-market cocktail and see where the night takes you.

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Going into my trip to Thailand in March, I never imagined how many meals would be spent crouching over chipped bowls of pad thai from food carts parked alongside rowdy, smog-filled intersections. The more strands I slurped down, the more I realized that it did not matter where I ate—only that it tasted good. Sharing a similar propensity for Thai street food is Daniel Coughlin.