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The most romantic way to celebrate a special occasion or the Valentine’s Day is by going out for dinner to a romantic Miami restaurant. In order to a restaurant being considered romantic, there three things you must have in mind: the ambience with the perfect illumination and vibe, the food with special flavors that must stay with you for a while, and last but not least the service that must be impeccable. Usually, going out to a good restaurant is not cheap so you must be ready to expend at least $100. It is important that money not be a problem, so do not try to do too much. Just find an activity that gets along with your budget. There are many restaurants in Miami where you can have a great time without expending too much. If I were you, I would go with the little cafes that can be pretty romantic.

In addition, if you are planning to go out for dinner during Valentine’s Day plan in advance and do your reservations now since long waiting can be expected. Explore our selection of most romantic restaurants in Miami and Florida where you will find awesome tips to surprise your partner or date.


Most Romantic Restaurants in Miami

East Room at The Forge

432 W 41st St
Miami Beach, FL 33140
Phone: 305-534-4536
Fax: 305-538-7733

Locate in Miami Beach The Forge restaurant it is a good expression of all that can be considered romantic. This restaurant is very elegant and most celebrities that come to Miami love it. The ambience is made with dark wood furniture, so it gives a warm felling. The menu is amazing and it is made mostly of steaks. Beware, this restaurant is everything but cheap. Prices may start on $30 for an entrée and $15 for an appetizer.

The Dining Room on Little Palm Island (3 hours drive from Miami)

28500 Overseas Hwy
Little Torch Key, FL 33042
Phone: 305-872-2551

Located about a 3 hour drive from Miami the Dining Room could be the most romantic restaurant in Florida. The Dining Room offers a beautiful setting near the ocean and it is the ideal location to escape from the city in Little Palm Island. If you are looking to impress or even propose this is the place for you. Obviously, you have to make reservations in advance if you want to get a table. The menu includes Floridian dishes with a Caribbean flavor. The prices are high starting at $50 per person.

Sundy House Restaurant
(3 hours drive from Miami)

106 S Swinton Ave
PO Box 430
Delray Beach, FL 33444
Phone: 561-330-9433
Fax: 561-272-1115
www.sundyhouse.com

The Sundy House in Delray Beach (Palm Beach area) is located in a Victorian House with an extensive botanic garden. The house has several waterfalls, bridges, and hidden places that give the perfect vibe to the restaurant. It is highly recommended to go for a walk in the garden area before sitting at the restaurant in order to enjoy the complete experience. The prices are high starting at $50 per person.

Casablanca Café

3049 Alhambra St
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
Phone: 954-764-3500
Fax: 954-764-3815

Casablanca Café is one of the few places in Fort Lauderdale that has remained intact from the tourists. Situated in a two-story historic house, Casablanca Café offers outdoor sitting with ocean view and a more intimate indoor sitting. Nonetheless, the best tables are the one located in the second floor balcony. To get one spot in the balcony you must reserve in advance. The ambience is put together by to elements: The music, mostly jazz and blues, and the Moroccan lamps part hanging from the ceiling. The menu consists of Mediterranean and American dishes with Asiatic and Tropical Flavors. The prices are reasonable, about $30 per person.

Tantra Restaurant


1445 Pennsylvania Ave
Miami, FL 33139
Phone: 305-672-4765
www.tantrarestaurant.com

The sensuality of the kama sutra transfers to a place and cuisine. Tantra, located in South Beach really close to Lincoln Road, is a perfect example of all that can be considered sensual. For instance, its menu includes aphrodisiacal dishes from the Middle East and the decoration is made of kama Sutra images. A real grass floor and belly dance dancers give live to this Miami restaurant transporting guests to a real oasis. However, this trip is not cheap, around $50 per person. What, it can be said is that it is worth it.

La Marea at the Tides

La Marea
Tides Hotel
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: 305-604-5130
Fax: 305-672-6288

Formerly 1220 at the Tides, La Marea restaurant is a recent addition to South Beach dining options. This Miami restaurant can be very sophisticate to be located on the colorful Ocean Drive. La Marea provides an elegant ambience with a mostly with décor. The best of all is that after having dinner you can enjoy a stroll on the beach located just across the street. Its cuisine is based mostly on American dishes with a European touch.

Ortanique en la Miracle Mile

278 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Phone: 305-446-7710
Fax: 305-446-9895

With a Caribbean modern style, Ortanique at the Miracle Mile represents a great option in the heart of Coral Gables. Cindy Huston’s cuisine can be defined as New World Caribbean. The main dishes consist of salads with mango and passion fruit dressing and pumpkin cakes with sherry peppers. Desserts include a chocolate towers divided by chocolate and mango mousse, cake, and mango ice cream with tropical fruits syrup. Prices start at $30 and $50 per person.

La PameD’Or


1200 Anastasia Ave
The Biltmore Hotel
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Phone: 305-445-1926
Fax: 305-913-3187

What can be better that the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables to enjoy a pleasant and elegant French style meal? Palm d'Or, situated at the Biltmore Hotel, offers French cuisine with outdoor and indoor sitting. The food has modern elements, yet the decoration does not. The ambience is very elegant and one of the most romantic in the area with crystal chandeliers, china, frescoes and mirrored walls. The menu is mainly French, yet it is pretty flexible because it allows guests to do their own combinations. This restaurant is nothing but cheap.


Blue Door

1685 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
305-674-6400

Tourists walking through the Delano’s corridors immediately realize the relaxing and modern vibe this hotel expels. Offering delicious French style food with a New York touch, Blue Door is a romantic setting in the heart of South Beach with pool view tables. At this South Beach hotel, it is always possible to see celebrities and other important figures.

Talula

210 23rd St. (Collins Ave.)
Miami Beach, FL 33139
305-672-0778
www.talulaonline.com

The chef Frank Randazzo carved a reputation at the Argentinean restaurant The Gaucho Room. While his wife, Andrea Curto-Randazzo, gain fame at the chef of the popular restaurant Wish. Nowadays, the couple presents Talula restaurant that with a peculiar environment and an outdoor patio provides a outstanding service. Additionally, the wine list is very complete. Prices are high starting at $50 per person.

Baleen Restaurant

4 Grove Isle Dr
Grove Isle Hotel
Miami, FL 33133
Phone: 305-857-5007
Fax: 305-858-5908

Located in the Grove Island, Baleen restaurant offers a perfect combination between sea food and a romantic setting. This restaurant has a large patio over viewing Biscayne Bay. The fried snapper and lobster cake are just full of flavor.

 






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