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Top 25 Most Romantic Cities in America

Top 25 Most Romantic Cities in America

Whether you’re looking for love or seeking to reignite a spark between you and your favorite dining date, you’re invited to see the Top 25 Most Romantic Cities in America

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Full Moon over Palm Springs February 3rd beckons the romantic in us all.

Just in time to celebrate love and loved ones on  for Valentine’s Day OpenTable, the world’s leading provider for online restaurant reservations announces the Top 25 Most Romantic Cities in the U.S. for 2015.

California, Rhode Island, Tennessee and Texas boast multiple winners; Atlantic City tops list as a sure bet for romance

It’s no secret that America has become a country of foodies, but our analysis revealed that we’re also a nation of hungry romantics.

Love sign being built for the Whole Foods Market in Palm Desert to put shoppers in the mood by CoachellaValley.com

Love sign being built for the Whole Foods Market in Palm Desert to put shoppers in the mood photo by CoachellaValley.com

In order to provide a ranking of cities where romantic dining is inherently part of the culture, the OpenTable Most Romantic Cities Index was calculated using three variables: the percentage of restaurants rated “romantic” according to OpenTable diner reviews; the percentage of tables seated for two; and the percentage of people who dined out for Valentine’s Day last year.

“The illustrious and insightful M.F.K. Fisher noted that sharing a meal is in and of itself an intimate act,” said Caroline Potter, Chief Dining Officer of OpenTable. “This list makes it clear that romance is alive and well in cities in all corners of the country, from the glamorous gambling meccas of Atlantic City and Las Vegas to urban areas with a decidedly down-home feel, such as Charleston and San Antonio – and that Fisher’s sentiments remain true to this day.”

Top 25 Most Romantic Dining Cities in America ranked in order are:

1. Atlantic City, New Jersey

2. San Antonio, Texas

3. Providence, Rhode Island

4. Key West, Florida

5. Birmingham, Alabama

6. Louisville, Kentucky

7. Newport, Rhode Island

8. Palm Springs, California

9. Austin, Texas

10. Lahaina, Hawaii

11. Colorado Springs, Colorado

12. Las Vegas, Nevada

13. Omaha, Nebraska

14. Santa Barbara, California

15. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

16. West Hollywood, California

17. St. Louis, Missouri

18. Charleston, South Carolina

19. Memphis, Tennessee

20. New Orleans, Louisiana

21. Fort Worth, Texas

22. Nashville, Tennessee

23. Long Beach, California

24. Santa Fe, New Mexico

25. Charlotte, North Carolina

 

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