Answered: What is the most romantic restaurant in San Jose?

We asked, you answered — these swoon-worthy restaurants are sure to spark something between you and your companion.

At the Santana Row arch, two people clink red wine glasses.

From Valentine to Galentine, wine time is universal.

Photo courtesy @santanarow

OpenTable released their list of the most romantic restaurants in the US and, conveniently, they snubbed San Jose.

So we asked you: What restaurants in the great 408 are the most romantic? Here’s what you said.

Zazil Cocina Mexicana, 377 Santana Row, Ste. 1120 | @trinimae
Flashy drinks, comfortable seating, and that fresh made guacamole.

The GrandView, 15005 Mt. Hamilton Rd. | @spheeris
How could you not fall in love with that view?

Seo Rai, 3044 El Camino Real, Santa Clara | Rachel J.
Maybe it’s the dark lighting, or maybe it’s the fact that you’re in charge.

The Vesper, 394 E. Campbell Ave., Campbell | @kylin.renee
Show off by knowing exactly what to order off this trendy spot’s expansive cocktail menu.

La Fondue, 14550 Big Basin Way, Saratoga | Anna B.
It is impossible not to fall in love with the comfy atmosphere, and the unconscionable amount of molten cheese.

Did we miss your go-to date spot? Let us know.

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