Where to Dine this Valentine’s Day in Palm Beach County

Options are plentiful when it comes to dining out this Valentine’s Day in Palm Beach County. Here are 8 of our favorite spots to snag a reservation:

1. Chez L’Épicier

Eat with love this Valentine’s Day in the romantic candlelight atmosphere offered by Chez L’Épicier. In addition to a full menu of gourmet French Canadian cuisine, the restaurant will offer a special Valentine’s Day menu. Holiday features will include a lobster and Cognac spaghetti entrée served within a hollowed-out wheel of 36-month aged Parmigiano Reggiano—large enough to share! (561-508-7030)

Chez L’Épicier’s Cognac Pasta

2. The Chesterfield 

Treat your special someone to a night of luxury at The Leopard Lounge and Restaurant. Enjoy an impressive four-course meal over live entertainment with your sweetheart by your side. All ladies will receive a complimentary red rose. Reservations required. (561-659-5800 ext. 154)

3. Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa

Celebrate self-love in a single-friendly atmosphere at the resort’s 3800 Lounge. Mix and mingle with singles over specialty cocktails and one-day-only menu selections from the “Love Bites” menu. Savory (and messy) selections will include the ‘Eat like no one’s watching,’ a Southern fried “Surf & Turf” and cheddar jalapeño waffle served with country fried steak, shrimp, and topped with a maple drizzle. (561-340-1700)

4. Salute Market

Swoon over your bohemian beauty with a cultural and comfy V-day experience at Palm Beach Gardens’ Salute Market. Each month the market offers a feature menu inspired by a region, holiday, or season. February’s menu? From Paris with Love. Enjoy French favorites with an ample wine selection and menu features including coq au vin, a foie gras platter, and filet brûlée. (561-425-5651)

5. Death or Glory

Opt for funk this Valentine’s Day at one of Delray’s most innovative eateries. On February 14, Death or Glory patrons will celebrate the month of love with a special 3-course Valentine’s Day menu (vegan options available!). Start off strong with featured appetizers like beet salad, served with tangerine, avocado mousse, goat cheese, and sherry vinaigrette. Continue to enjoy mouthwatering culinary creations including a classic surf & turf; served with a 6-ounce filet and Maine lobster tail, or a vegan mushroom Bolognaise. (deathorglorybar.com, 561-808-8814)

Death or Glory’s Beet Salad

6. Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa

Wow your other half with Eau’s Oceanfront Cabana Dining experience – after all, what could be more romantic than dinner alfresco on Valentine’s Day? Couples will enjoy private seaside dining, a personal butler, and a three- to five-course dinner.

For the slightly less adventurous, opt for indoor dining with the five course ‘Dinner in Angle’ experience. Couples will delight in a full five courses and a Champagne flight. Be on the lookout for a hidden heart in each course! (561-533-6000)

7. Hilton West Palm Beach

Treat your sweetheart to a classic night out with delectable dining options from the Galley’s three-course prix fixe menu. For entrée selections, couples can choose from a petite filet mignon paired with fingerling potatoes, grilled asparagus, and a bordelaise sauce; a tomahawk steak for two with spinach gratin and root vegetables; or the pan-fried fresh catch served with brown butter and a faro and winter squash risotto. Couples will receive a complimentary bottle of Champagne and a long stem rose.(561-231-6000)

8. Pistache French Bistro

This Valentine’s Day, Pistache will offer a limited-edition three-course menu featuring cuisine from one of the most romantic countries in the world: France. Begin your experience with appetizers including zucchini blossom beignets, crispy Spanish octopus, and salmon tartare. Entrée options include various chicken, beef, and fish dishes. And of course, no meal is complete without something sweet. Classic French dessert options will include crème brulee, mousse au chocolat, dark chocolate cake, Framboisier, and more. (561-833-5090)

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