Grace's Mandarin at National Harbor

5 Romantic Restaurants for Valentine’s Day at National Harbor

You won’t have to go far to treat your sweetheart to a romantic dinner this Valentine’s Day. National Harbor offers a wide variety of delicious dining options with unique atmospheres for the perfect evening out. Best of all, some even offer Valentine’s Day specials so you can plan a no-fuss date night at a moment’s notice.

Here are 5 of the best Valentine’s Day restaurants at National Harbor:

1. McCormick & Schmick

Dine on aged steaks and fresh seafood sourced from the Pacific Rim, Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. Other foods come from local ranches, farms and wineries to showcase regionally inspired dishes. McCormick & Schmick also offers a wide variety of wines, beers, classic drinks and trendy cocktails. Check out their Valentine’s Day special, too!

2. Public House

Public House offers a neighborhood restaurant and bar with a nightlife scene. The restaurant offers a fun atmosphere with multiple big screen plasma television, but the food is elegant and delicious, too. This Valentine’s Day, Public House will offer a three-course dinner and wine for two: Valentine’s Day special.

3. Grace’s Mandarin

Treat your taste buds to a fusion of East and West at this Pan Asian restaurant. Grace’s Mandarin features a casual, elegant atmosphere with views of the Potomac River from every table. Inside, feast your eyes on a three-story waterfall and 33-foot Buddha statue, while enjoying the sushi bar, stylish cocktails, wines, and the area’s largest selection of sakes. Grace’s offers a Valentine’s Day special, too.

4. McLoone’s Pier House

The popular McLoone’s Pier House gives you the option of a casual lunch or a fancy dining experience – whatever you’re in the mood for. From fresh salads and burgers to steaks and seafood, guests enjoy a wide selection of dining options. McLoone’s Valentine’s Day special includes a three-course meal with champagne.

5. The Walrus Oyster and Ale House

This charming restaurant takes its name from the Lewis Carroll poem, The Walrus and The Carpenter, and offers Maryland eastern shore-inspired “all-scratch” cooking. Guests love the oversized industrial-strength bar boasting an abundant “shucking bar,” filled with east and west coast delicacies, cocktails designed by Kris Carr, 14 local tap beers and tap wines. The Walrus Oyster and Ale House will offer a Valentine’s Day special featuring 3 lbs. of lobster for two.