Get your blood pumping at one of these restaurants cooking up the most important of muscles. From grilled chicken heart with spicy twists to multi-course dinners with more than one type of heart, one thing is for sure—this Valentine's Day, heart is the star of the plate.
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Chef Chris Pandel's gnocchi features a beef heart bolognese so rich in flavor it could make your heart stop.
Start your romantic dinner with succulent beef heart anticuchos, a traditional Peruvian appetizer made with marinated grilled meat on skewers.
The West Town restaurant is hosting a Valentine's Day four-course Hearts Dinner featuring bison, lamb, chicken, veal and duck hearts.
Spice up your night and try the chef's grilled chicken heart smothered in hot sauce and green onions.
Add some heart to your night by sampling beef heart anticuchos before indulging in other Peruvian dishes.
Gene Kato's Japanese jidori chicken hearts are the best way to start your love-filled dinner at this River North joint.
Eat your heart out at Peruvian celebrity chef Gaston Acurio's restaurant with the aphrodisiac anticucho de corazon served with chimichurri, corn and huacatay herbs.