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Dolce Vita is one of Montrose’s go-to date spots. More specifically, this pizzeria is a good seventh or eighth date spot, when you actually care just as much about eating your bodyweight in pizza as you do about getting to know each other. If you’re only on date number two and looking for somewhere with lots of wine and small plates under $15 instead, their sister restaurant Vinoteca Poscol is only a block away. They also have a high-end option down the street called Da Marco Cucina e Vino where you can get a nice steak and $52 uni spaghetti. You might want to reserve that one for an anniversary though.

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