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Looking for a romantic dinner? You have five great options in Cincinnati, according to OpenTable.

OpenTable has released its 2022 list of the “100 Most Romantic Restaurants in America,” and five restaurants from Greater Cincinnati are on it.

“Many things come together to create a romantic dining experience — world-class cuisine, attentive (but never intrusive) service and a unique ambiance,” writes OpenTable.

Boca, Sotto, Carlo & Johnny, The Precinct and Jag’s Steak & Seafood are five of the seven Ohio restaurants to make the cut. (The other two are Pier W. in Cleveland and Mitchell’s Ocean Club in Columbus.)

And none of those are unexpected — Boca, Sotto and Carlo & Johnny have all made the list in recent years.

Kentucky also grabbed two spots on OpenTable’s top 100. Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse and Volare Italian Ristorante in Louisville have both been touted for their romantic environment (and they might be the perfect places to check out if you’re one of the many horny singles suffering in Kentucky). 

OpenTable is an online restaurant reservation and review service that offers up city guides, news, tips and tricks, awards and more throughout the restaurant world. The unranked list of the 100 most romantic restaurants features eateries from 33 states.

OpenTable says that the list comes from “analyzing more than 12.4 million reviews submitted by verified OpenTable diners.” So if you think the list is wrong, be sure to rate and review the romantic restaurant of your choice.

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