CLEVELAND — If you're looking to spend a perfect Valentine's Day out with that special someone, look no further than Nora in Cleveland's Little Italy neighborhood. 

A small and intimate spot, Nora has transformed their menu to stand out among heavy competition. 

According to chef Patrick Capuozzo, the secret to Nora's success is that they take the time to hand make all of their pasta.

"It's the real thing."

On Valentine's Day, Nora will be featuring oysters and "a lot of wine" with their full menu. 

Another great romantic spot is Paris Room in Chagrin Falls. A true hidden gem, this intimate restaurant and bar is known for their signature French comfort food, including lamb meatloaf. 

This bistro lives up to its name's reputation, and delivers the romance. On Valentine's Day, they say they like to give out roses and truffles to add a special romantic touch to guests dining experience. 

On Friday they will be serving three different seatings that are reservation only. The first two time slots for the special five-course dinner are filled, but at last check, owner Sali McSherry says there is availability for the 10 p.m. seating. They will also be celebrating on Saturday with a special love birds menu. 

Finally, Tartine Wine Bar is a charming spot in Rocky River with a great atmosphere. On Valentine's Day, they will be serving a special Chateaubriand, a honey lavender duck along with wine and cocktail specials. 

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