We rounded up luxurious, romantic fine dining experiences with touches of gold, blushing rose, and lavish leather.
Linen-covered chairs stand beneath 20 miles of undulating aluminum chain in this landmarked former villa.
Painted steel screens and Karman sconces stand out against the living room's board and batten walls.
A wrought-iron balcony surrounds one of two tearooms, both raised on a platform.
Metal curtains carve out intimate spaces within the larger dining area.
Beyond bamboo partitions, the VIP room is visible, its granite teppanyaki table backed by brass paneling.
Pine paneling is charred in the kitchen, but Douglas fir and oak are left natural throughout.
The chandelier is by Bocci, and leather upholsters the custom banquettes.
Curtains separate a private dining room in the fire-station-turned-hotel.
9. The Spaniard by Home Studios
Oliver Haslegrave designed the film-inspired Manhattan restaurant.
The Nordic-inspired restaurant is one of two at the Maison du Danemark in Paris.
LED-lit icicles seem to drip into reflecting pools that wend around the dining room’s periphery.
Translucent resin barrel chairs and pedestal tables appear to have been chiseled from ice caves.