Most people think that to share a really memorable dinner with a date, the destination should be flashy, well-known, decked out and require a reservation weeks in advance. You know what? That's whack. As far as we're concerned, crowded and romantic are mutually exclusive. With its sloped ceilings, candlelit tables for two, Latin music and extensive wine list, the well-hidden Poco's is a perfect place to eat an incredible dinner without pesky bells and whistles coming between you and your companion. Chef Lorenza "Poco" Guiterrez and manager Hope Dillon are the only employees here, giving the food and the atmosphere a warm, personal touch -- especially because these two have a habit of lovingly fussing over couples who return. This isn't a place to come when you're in a hurry to catch a movie. With one cook and one server welcoming you into their place, eating dinner at Poco's is the main event of the night, meant to be savored slowly without looking at your watch, because to leave without eating an appetizer, main course and dessert over a bottle of wine would be perfectly unromantic.