Miami Restaurants for Valentine's Day

Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Miami restaurants romantic dining

 Nothing says romance like water views, ambiance, mouthwatering cuisine, and the right person to share it with. Whether you are new to Miami or want to save time scouring the internet and menus, we've prepared a shortcut to help you plan.  We strongly recommend making reservations now.

Bayshore Club (Coconut Grove)

Waterfront views, Open Air
Reasonably priced

Enjoy not only waterfront views but open-air setting under high cover. Choose from Bayshore Club's regular menu, or an exclusive dish special for the holiday--Risotto Surf & turf made with herb-crusted New Zealand lamb chop, fresh sea scallops, langostino, aji Amarillo paste, asparagus, Swiss chocolate, gold flakes, and chalaquita onion and you won't break the bank this year for $65. 

Tip: If you can, arrive at 5pm to enjoy the views as the sun sets before it gets dark at 6:15pm. 

Click here for Bayshore Instagram profile and photos

Ball & Chain (Little Havana)

    Bar Bites & 2-for-1 Specialty Cocktail

 Latin Flair & Budget Friendly
 Live Band Music & Dancing (free salsa lessons)

Bring out your inner Latin Lover at Little Havana's Ball & Chain Bar & Lounge. Ease right into the love vibes with a special cocktail the "Amor en la Havana" with a 2-for-1 special. Enjoy delicious Cuban bar bites while listening to authentic Cuban music band. Top off the evening dancing to sexy salsa sounds and moves. 

This venue is great if you are looking for a cozy, indoor but lively bar. Ideal for backup plan if weather is cold or rainy. 

Click here for Ball and Chain Instagram profile.

Rusty Pelican (Key Biscayne)

Best views

Fresh seafood and great variety menu

Sometimes romance and memorable moments are found outside the bustle of the city. A regular favorite restaurant is this long-time establishment known for the best water and downtown skyline views. 

The historic and iconic Rusty Pelican waterfront restaurant sets the stage for romance. Famous for its sparkling views of the Miami skyline, top-notch service, contemporary American cuisine, fresh locally sourced seafood and handcrafted cocktails developed by master mixologists, the Rusty Pelican has become the epicenter of the city since its inception in 1972. From its impressive wine wall to its lush greenery against a backdrop of downtown city lights, the restaurant boasts a variety of dishes with a land-to-sea flare. Now 51 years old, Rusty Pelican creates unforgettable experiences for guests, striking the perfect chord between sophistication and a memorable event. 

This year they feature a four course Valentine's Meal for $150/person.

Click here for Rusty Pelican Instagram profile.

Gianni's at the former Versace Villa (South Beach)


Amazing architecture & history

Live out a fairytale romance at the iconic "Casa Casuarina" built in 1930 in classic Mediterranean style and more famously known as the former Versace Villa. As you glide into this dreamy setting, a Pommery Rose welcomes you. Then savor a decadent four-course meal. This year Executive Chef Walter Mancini presents a menu with a nod to Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. Quiche with caviar, seared scallops, and roasted veal are only a few highlights to choose from this holiday menu. Delight in live entertainment within the opulent embrace of the former Versace Villa. Price for the dinner is $175/person. Choose from indoor or outdoor setting. We highly recommend the poolside setting.

Click here for Gianni's Instagram profile.

Delilah Miami (Brickell Bay)

Indoor with waterfront view
Swanky, vintage (and pricey)

Looking for swanky, stylish, without price limitations, then we have a great suggestion-- Delilah. With locations in Las Vegas, Los Angeles and now Miami, the newly opened waterfront eatery, transports guests to the glamour and elegance of the 1920s through a carefully curated vintage ambiance set to the sounds of a live jazz band. This Valentine's Day, Delilah is hosting an exclusive pre-fixed menu ($210/person) helmed by Executive Chef Daniel Roy. Diners can expect starters like the Citrus Cured Wahoo, made with pink pineapple, tapioca chip, basil oil, roasted banana and ginger; shared plates like the Potato and Caviar, a 50 layer potato, Kaluga caviar crème fraiche and chive; entrees like the Stone Axe Farm Manhattan featuring white truffle, parsnip puree, foie demi-glace and chive oil; and finish the night with a dessert like Tiramisu, made with mascarpone chantilly, espresso liqueur-soaked crepes and macerated berries.

Click here for Delilah Miami Instagram Profile

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