What’s the most romantic spot in your community?
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Lauren Ziegler arranges a dozen roses in a vase for Valentine's Day at Judd's Flowers & Plants in Danbury, Friday, Feb. 11, 2011.
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Singer Karen Wagner croons to Frank Sacco, while Helma Varga, at left, enjoys, at the Greeniwch Senior Center's Valentine's Day celebration, on Monday, Feb. 14, 2011.
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Doreen Czako and Arthur Tenbrink met in 1971. Both were born in Norwalk, Conn. and dated in middle school but later moved apart. In May of 2011, Czako moved from Jacksonville, Fla. to rekindle their relationship. The couple will wed on Valentine's Day 2012.
Paula Cubero and Enrique Catter of Greenwich are married at the Empire State Building Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012. Photo courtesy of Empire State Building
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Bride Paula Cubero of Greenwich gets eye-liner applied at the Empire State Building in New York City, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012. Cubero and husband, Enrique Catter, also of Greenwich, were one of four couples who married at the historic skyscraper on Valentine's Day. The building is managed by Malkin Holdings LLC, the family-owned company headed by Greenwich resident Peter Malkin.
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Letter carrier Dave Prater, of Bridgeport, delivers the mail to a row of homes, decorated for Valentine's Day, on Fayerweather Terrace in the Black Rock section of Bridgeport on Tuesday, February 5, 2013.
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Eugene and Rusty Moye were the first biracial couple in Cos Cob (and probably Greenwich) in 1951, they are photographed in their home February 12, 2009 as they prepare for Valentine's Day.
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Greenwich Avenue's Ginger Man Restaurant bar tender Andres Sosa spent Valentine's Day serving partrons who had come in to celebrate the day Sunday afternoon.
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Maria and Brian Comitto drove down from Duchess County, New York to spend a romantic afteroon at the Figaro Restaurant on Greenwich Avenue Valentine's Sunday.
Melissa Gardiner, of Jim Barbarie's, holds traditional cheesecake with golden graham crust and a drizzle of raspberry sauce, in Danbury, Friday, Feb. 11, 2011.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and everyone’s looking for a romantic spot to spend the holiday with their beloved. What’s your vote for the most romantic spot in Greenwich? Tell us in the comments here, tweet to us @GreenwichTime, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org,