Best of Restaurant tables for Valentine’s
Which table to reserve for your special Valentine’s dinner
It’s all about the location. If you want the most romantic seat in the house, make sure you reserve these spots for Valentine’s:
Tosca, Miami Beach
Table #60 at Tosca is the only one of its kind at the restaurant. Located in the garden, the one-sided table offers an exceptional view of all parts of the dining room and encourages guests to cozy up while tasting items like the Fettucine with Mascarpone Cheese tossed tableside in a Parmesan Wheel with Fresh Perigold Black Truffles. The prix fixe Valentine’s Day menu is priced at $245 per couple. There will be two seating times at 7:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. with an exclusive Cabaret show beginning at 8:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
- Where: 210 23rd Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139
- To Reserve: 786.216.7230
Victoria & Albert’s, Orlando
You can’t get more intimate than being in the kitchen with Chef Scott Hunnel. Walk through the opulent Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, through the AAA Five-Diamond Award restaurant and sit directly at a table for two in Victoria & Albert’s kitchen. It’s personalized service at it’s best along with a custom-tailored menu with all the culinary creativity Hunnel puts into his dishes.
- Where: 4401 Disney’s Grand Floridian, Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
- To Reserve: 407-939-3862
Cecconi’s, Miami Beach
Book table #107 for this special occasion. Well known as the “Proposal Table,” it ha an exceptional views of the restaurant and still has an intimate setting surrounded by the trees in the outdoor space. If this isn’t romantic enough, Cecconi’s authentic Italian cuisine is tasty and decadent. For Valentine’s, Executive Chef Sergio Sigala has created sharing plates: Spaghetti made with Lobster, Tagliolini with Caviar and Salmon or a Black Truffle Pizza made with Goat Cheese.
- Where: 4385 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139
- To Reserve: 786.507.7902
What’s the most romantic table at your favorite restaurant?