Yes, that Barolo Grill -- the same restaurant I reviewed this week, tacking on an addendum of 36 restaurants where I'd rather drop $200 instead. Some of you call that classless. I'd rather call it putting my money where my mouth is.
Still, the restaurant has its charms, especially if you're lucky enough to nab a specific table: the one right next to the fireplace.
It's a seductive and romantic deuce, intimate and charming, and sure to make any special occasion all the more memorable. And if you're looking to nail down a declaration of love from a significant other, well, basking in the warm glow of flames while clinking stemware is enough to make us whisper sweet nothings to just about anyone.
We're on the lookout, though, for other hearths to cozy up to this winter. So if you've got another fireplace table that you adore, tell us about it in the comments section.
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