Lake Park Bistro always ranks as a destination for romantics. OpenTable: Milwaukee's the 12th most romantic city in America Milwaukee's making a lot of lists these days. And while many are promotional and purposeful it's great to see our hometown getting national love and respect. Remember Milwaukee's "sexy" moniker from Marie Claire in 2008? Today's mention is similar as Milwaukee shows up on OpenTable's list of the "Top 25 Most Romantic Cities in the United States." Milwaukee comes in a very respectable (and lovable) No. 12. Of course, Valentine's Day is next week and the site encourages you to make your dining reservations now. By the way,¬†the list "was calculated using three variables: the percentage of restaurants rated "romantic" according to OpenTable diner reviews; the percentage of tables seated for two; and the percentage of people who dined out for Valentine‚Äôs Day." Wanna jet to America's "most romantic city?" It's San Antonio on this list. Chicago, by the way, didn't make it. Permalink Print Talkback Share this: Talkbacks No Talkbacks for this article. Post your comment/review now Facebook comments Disclaimer: Please note that Facebook comments are posted through Facebook and cannot be approved, edited or declined by OnMilwaukee.com. The opinions expressed in Facebook comments do not necessarily reflect those of OnMilwaukee.com or its staff. Recent Articles & Blogs by Jeff Sherman Dubuque and Des Moines are easy Iowa trips well worth doing Published May 7, 2017 From Milwaukee, a quick weekend trip to Dubuque is an easy one - only about 175 miles, so it's an under three-hour drive. And before you stop reading thinking, "Iowa, what kind of vacation is that?" think again. Dear True Food Kitchen: Milwaukee next, please Published April 28, 2017 I had a great lunch last week at True Food Kitchen in Downtown Chicago. Truth be told, I hadn't heard of the place until we searched for lunch options close to our hotel and it popped up. Now I want one in Milwaukee. Cognizant collisions create community in growing Downtown Published April 27, 2017 Development is everywhere in Downtown Milwaukee, and everywhere developers want to create gravity. Right? This means creating destinations that attract people and create new energetic places. If you create a new center of gravity, you get more business and attention. Milwaukee love runs deep for Jabari Published April 22, 2017 Jabari Parker isn't playing with his teammates in the NBA Playoffs, but he is thinking about his team, his friends and his city. On The Player's Tribune yesterday, Parker toasts our city calling it the place where he wants to "raise my own family." More than 400 women travel bloggers and professionals headed to Milwaukee Published April 18, 2017 The Women in Travel Summit '17 will be held at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center Hotel from April 21 to 23 in Downtown Milwaukee. WITS is the creation of Wanderful, an international community and online resource for women who travel. Win tickets and more now. 4 things to look forward to at Eric Church's Friday night show Published April 11, 2017 It's teed up to be one of the best shows this year, and judging from the buzz, reviews and what I'm hearing from FM 106's Kerry Wolfe - Eric Church's "Holdin' My Own Tour" - that rolls into the BMO Harris Bradley Center Friday night - will rock Milwaukee's Good Friday night with nearly 40 tunes and 3+ hours of music. Wisconsin Vision CEO talks glasses, new stores, screen time and more Published April 5, 2017 As his company prepares to open two new locations, Darren Horndasch, Wisconsin Vision CEO, talks glasses, screen time, daily wear contacts and more. Milwaukee needs a fountain Published March 18, 2017 I'm again calling for the creation of a new, Lake Michigan Milwaukee fountain. Milwaukee means water, and what better way to showcase our connections to fresh water than a giant fountain in Lake Michigan. Milwaukee, a city you "should totally move to" Published Feb. 19, 2017 Milwaukee's made yet another list: Thrillist Travel's "Underappreciated American Cities You Should Totally Move To." Published today, the list highlights 16 "underappreciated cities" that are "all dark-horse candidates to help you author your best move ever." Milwaukee's actually amazing for startups, says Inc. Published Feb. 13, 2017 Lists are lists, but we should all be proud to share a new one from Inc., "3 Unexpected Places That Are Actually Amazing for Startups." Because, you guessed it, Milwaukee's on it.