Show a little romance…with food

Still no Valentine’s Day plans? There’s still time to plan your romantic outing. Here’s a list to help you do that!

Freehand Miami

27 Restaurant and Bar at Freehand Miami

$69 per person gets you a tasty three-course meal that includes oysters, choice of paella or lamb chops and a champagne float for dessert. Plus you get to hang out at one of Miami Beach’s best bars with expert mixologists.

Chef Jose Icardi

Diez y Seis at Shore Club

A four-course prix fixe menu curated by Chef Jose Icardi at $55 per person includes choices of a decadent caviar guacamole, aguachiles with scallops, oyster gratin and crispy striped bass. An extra $20 gets you a glass of
Moët Rosé Impérial

Icebox Cafe

Icebox Cafe

This lovely spot in Sunset Harbour on Miami Beach is offering a $45 per person. It includes a complimentary glass of champagne or Valentine’s Day crush cocktail with Johnnie Walker Black, choice of Thai-style salmon or chimichurri marinated steak and dark chocolate pudding for dessert.

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No Name Chinese

This hip restaurant in South Miami is all the rage and their four-course prix fixe Valentine’s menu features some of their most popular dishes. $60 per person includes scallop vermicelli noodles for a starter and then choices like Lap Xuong and gouda beignets or scallop and shrimp Siu Mai, rotisserie style roasted duck or black garlic rubbed chargrilled tenderloin and for dessert five spice sponge cake or strawberry and kewpie pound cake.

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Azabu in Marriott Stanton Miami Beach

This place is an unforgettable experience and a great choice for Valentine’s Day. The $80 per person prix fixe menu features Waygu beef tataki, Waygu filet mignon, marinated Chilean sea bass, shrimp kadaifi and chocolate cake for dessert. Feel like splurging? Choose the $250 per couple Omakase experience in their 11-seat room.

Bagatelle Miami Beach

Their “All You Need is Love” menu includes four courses of shareable plates including caviar, whole stuffed Maine lobster, agnolotti with black truffle and vanilla raspberry rosewater sorbet for dessert for $75 per person.

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Bird & Bone at the Confidante

Richard Hales is curating a Valentine’s Day menu that’s a bit of a splurge at $138 per person but includes a four-course menu with vegan roasted heirloom strawberry, crab and uni dumplings, a hearty 28 oz. Angus porterhouse steak and tableside s’mores for dessert.

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Boulud Sud

The view here is spectacular and with a menu curated by Chef Daniel Boulud, he of the two-star Michelin restaurant, Valentine’s Day will be well spent here. The $85 per person tasting menu includes cauliflower soup, yellowfin tuna crudo, agnolotti de taleggio, seared dayboat scallops and a selection of desserts (the popular grapefruit girve is one of them).

Diplomat Prime

In Hollywood’s Diplomat Beach Resort, the five-course menu is $179 per person and includes foie gras French toast, choice of Wagyu filet, lobster surf & turf or half-roasted free range chicken and pink champagne sorbet.


One of the newest additions to the already bustling Coral Gables restaurant scene, here they’re offering a four-course tasting menu at $150 per person. Start with either a trio of oysters topped with caviar or the wild Maine diver sea scallop crudo followed by either lobster ravioli or egg yolk tagliatelle topped with black truffles. Fancy duck breast or venison loin are the entree choices and for dessert a bacardi rum cake or vanilla-guava pavlova.

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