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Last Minute Valentine's Day Restaurants in DC!

Valentine's Day is this Friday and if you haven't made your reservation yet, what are you waiting for? While many restaurants are already booked, you still have a number of great option in DC. From casual to the more upscale, there is something for everyone!

Dine at Ping Pong Dim Sum

Café du Parc (1401 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, 202-942-7000)

Upscale French dining next to the Willard InterContinental Hotel. They have a special $75 fixed Valentine's Day menu.

Cafe Paradiso (2649 Connecticut Ave NW, 202-265-8955)

Family-owned restaurant that has fresh and creative northern Italian cuisine in a modern, yet elegant setting. Highlights include: daily homemade pasta, inventive seafood entrees, veal or filet mignon for the meat lover, and an extensive wine selection.

Mate (3101 K St. NW, 202-333-2006)

A modern sushi lounge in Georgetown that feels like a high end Manhattan restaurant. A guarantee to impress your Valentine's Day date.

MXDC (600 14th St. NW, 202-393-1900)

Enjoy a Mexican menu with fun, modern twists, like the lobster and crab quesadilla. While the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics are on, you can enjoy their $3 Dos Equis special.

Palm Restaurant (1225 19th St NW, 202-293-9091)

You never know who you'll see at Palm. Famous for their steaks and excellent wine choices, expect your service to be top notch. A DC staple that will provide the right atmosphere on Valentine's Day.

Ping Pong Dim Sum (900 7th St. NW, 202-506-3740)

Chinese dim sum in a modern, upscale atmosphere. The Chinatown location still has a couple spots left for Valentine's Day.

Rialto (2915 M St. NW, 202-337-1571)

They aim to provide guests with a genuine feeling of being transported to beautiful Venice, Italy, with its warm and inviting atmosphere, artful décor, numerous culinary delights, exceptional wines, and unparalleled service. The menu includes lovingly plated Neapolitan-style pizza, cheese and salumi plates, pastas, and the option to indulge in a five-course tasting menu for $65.

Southern Hospitality (1815 Adams Mill Rd NW, 202-588-0411)
Southern Hospitality is an inviting venue consisting of two floors and an outdoor patio providing plenty of bar and dining space. Their unique, handcrafted cocktails and an extensive and thoughtful wine and beer list make Southern Hospitality the perfect place to relax and romance in DC.

Woodward Table (1426 H St NW, 202-347-5353)

Housed in the historic Woodward Building, they present a "table" of dining possibilities with two eateries. It's like being in a good cook's kitchen; a venue of sights and sounds with the bakery of the entire restaurant located at one end. Smell the fresh baked bread and other concoctions as you place your order.

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