With less than 24 hours to go before Valentine’s Day, more than a few of you may be panicking that you haven’t planned any elaborate Valentine’s Day ideas for the big day tomorrow. First, I want to scold you on your procrastination. Then, I want to tell you to breathe, because according to OpenTable, there are still 220 local restaurants with availability for two people on Valentine’s Day. We don’t want you to be in the doghouse on Valentine’s Day, so we’ve mined through them all and picked the most delicious restaurants that have open reservations between 5:30pm and 9:30pm on Thursday, February 14th.

So order a dozen roses on-demand from Uber, spring for a bottle of love-flavored vodka and surprise your date with one of these 14 dinner reservations. Happy Valentine’s Day!

Anthem – 5:30pm, 5:45pm, 9:30pm
This is the perfect location to peep at Faneuil Hall’s romantic red lights. They also have a great selection of Valentine’s Day-themed cocktails in honor of the holiday.

Back Bay Social Club – 5:45pm, 9pm
Fall in love with some of Boston’s best burgers.

Beacon Hill Bistro – 6pm, 6:30pm, 8:30pm, 9pm
I’m incredibly surprised this cozy restaurant isn’t booked full. Snag a spot for their $68 prix fixe menu.

Blue Inc. – 5:45pm
Chef Jason Santos of “Hell’s Kitchen” is the mastermind behind this gastronomical experience in the Financial District. The restaurant is offering a three-course $60 fixed price menu on Thursday.

Cafeteria – 5:30pm, 9:30pm
Keep it casual on Newbury Street with Cafeteria’s vodka cocktails served in mason jars.

City Landing – 6pm, 6:15pm, 8:30pm, 8:45pm
City Landing’s location makes it the ideal restaurant for enjoying a romantic walk near the Harbor after dinner.

Clio– 5:30pm, 9:30pm
One of the most prestigious restaurants in the city of Boston. Make this reservation if you want to splurge.

East Coast Grill – 9pm, 9:15pm
Nothing spices up a Valentine’s Day quite like hot sauce.

Fogo de Chao – 6pm
For the carnivore in your life, check out this all-you-can-eat Brazilian steakhouse.

Gaslight – 6:30pm, 9pm
Gaslight offers delicious French cuisine in the South End. They also shot a scene from “Ted” here. Win-win.

Grotto – 5:30pm
Nestled in Beacon Hill, I would argue this the most romantic restaurant in Boston. Cuddle up with your loved one over warm pastas and red wines.

Legal Harborside – 5:30pm, 9pm
Great ocean views. Plus, oysters are an aphrodisiac.

PARK – 6:15pm, 6:30pm, 9:30pm
Located in Harvard Square, PARK offers comfy loveseats for lounging with your boo over drinks and fried mussels.

Saloon – 5:45pm, 6pm, 8:45pm, 9pm
Because nothing says “I love you” quite like a strong whiskey cocktail.

Where are you taking your sweetie for Valentine’s Day this year?