Valentine's Day – Romantic Tables

Table 2, Ten Tables
Yes it’s not far from the kitchen but it comes with a view of the cozy candlelit dining room. 597 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain; 617-524-8810;

[sidebar]Table 42, Meritage
From this lone table in the middle of a large window you can watch the moon rise over Boston Harbor, planes take off from Logan, and yachts bob in the marina. 70 Rowes Wharf; 617-439-3995;

Table 19, Upstairs on the Square
This purple banquette feels opulent—it’s perfect for snuggling near the fire and offers views of the park below. 91 Winthrop Street, Cambridge; 617-864-1933;

Table 2, Addis Red Sea
The low stools around this squat, traditional mesab table closes the space between knees and limbs, making unintended brushes unavoidable. 1755 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge; 617-441-8727;

Table 55, Chez Henri
Set in the back of the French bistro-style dining room, this table offers privacy from the restaurant din and for just a moment might fool you into thinking Paris lies just beyond the front doors. 1 Shepard Street, Cambridge; 617-354-8980;

Table 11, Salts
You’ll have nothing but privacy at this back corner table in its cozy nook. 798 Main Street, Cambridge; 617-876-8444;

Fireplace tables, Hungry I
The cavernous subterranean restaurant feels like the banquet room of an old castle, and with a hearty fire between either of these tables, it’s easy to feel like royalty. 71 Charles Street; 617-227-3524;

Table 71, Rialto
Get toasty while overlooking ice skating rink in Harvard Square. 1 Bennett Street
Cambridge; 617-661-5050;

Table 354, Pigalle
The half-moon banquette in this theater-district favorite faces the window and allows couples to snuggle up. 75 Charles Street South; 617-423-4944;