Florida’s Best Romantic Restaurants for Valentine’s
Florida Travel Guide to the best Valentine’s Day Restaurants
Wine and dine your loved one for Valentine’s. Many restaurants have designed menus specifically for love and romance, while others have taken an eclectic approach to fulfill romantic wishes. Here’s our pick:
Valentine’s Day Brunch
Start Valentine’s Day early with brunch at the Ritz-Carlton. Stroll through South Beach and slip into Bistro One LR’s terrace overlooking the pool. Savor chilled seafood and hand rolled sushi, then satiate your sweet tooth on an array of desserts. If that’s not mouth-watering enough, there’s a caviar vodka station, a mimosa and bloody Mary bar as well. Brunch is served from 11 am – 3 pm on Sunday, February 12 only. $72/adult; $33/children 12 and under.
Try this menu for Valentine’s Day and see if it sparks fly! Essensia offers a six-course dinner with ingredients to elicit desire – Raw Oyster wrapped in Ahi Sashimi; artichoke soup lined with truffles or lobster tail with a champagne tarragon sauce - true South Beach style! Want to turn on the heat a bit more? Dine in the private garden gazebo. $185/ couple (private Gazebo dinner is $285/couple).
Looking to escape the traditional candlelight dinner? Sweep yer lady off her feet and step into the 1800s when pirates ruled. This Pirates Dinner Adventure in Orlando entertains in many ways, from humor to aerial artistry. The Valentine’s Day package gets you a 3-course meal, champagne and front row seats at $99.99.
Dine with the Dolphins
Miami Seaquarium offers couples a unique experience, from a Sea Trek Reef Encounter and Dolphin Odyssey experience to candlelight four-course dinner at Dolphin Harbor under the stars and with special dinner guests – dolphins. You can choose your dolphin experience that day or book it for the future – to keep the spark of Valentine’s in the air. The $398 price tag includes two annual passes to the park.
What was your favorite Valentine’s dinner?