Sit Here on Valentine’s Day

Top table at Tom Ham's Lighthouse



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With a picture window showing off panoramic bay and skyline views and a private feel pointed away from the rest of the dining room, Table 88 at Tom Ham’s Lighthouse is one of the sweetest seats in the city—and a perfect perch for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner. “We’ve had lots of couples get engaged at Table 88—in fact, we’ve never heard a no!” says co-owner Andy Baumann. At press time, reservations were still available.

Table 88 at Tom Ham's Lighthouse

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