From February 10-14, 1000 North in Jupiter will offer a special Valentine’s Day cocktail called the Goodnight Kiss—Tito’s Vodka, strawberry cream, dark chocolate liquor, and chocolate drizzle, garnished with a chocolate-covered strawberry—for $18. On February 14, dinner specials will include vodka-cured scallop crudo for $42, crab-crusted Prime filet for $85, and lemon cheesecake Napoleon for $18.
Retreat to the Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa, where 3800 Ocean awaits. Experience love like never before with a fabulous Valentine’s Day menu. From 5 to 10 p.m. on February 14, enjoy a three-course prix fixe menu prepared by executive chef Jeffrey Armusik. Begin with savory appetizers such as seared scallops, wild forest mushroom soup, or roasted parsnip and carrot salad. Main course options include chimichurri-rubbed New York strip, seared halibut with a pineapple tequila beurre blanc, and rosemary and garlic oil-marinated veal chop. Sweeten the deal by ordering the pastry chef’s chocolate chip cookie donuts or strawberry cream puffs. The meal is priced at $135 per person (gratuity not included).
Book a table at Almond Palm Beach on February 14 to enjoy a Valentine’s Day four-course menu curated for a weekend of love. Priced at $90 per person, the meal is designed to meet your needs, whether you want a fresh seafood dish like the red snapper crudo or a hearty protein plate like the ricotta ravioli. Start with Almond’s signature salad of beans, greens, radishes, and tomatoes and feast on the royal red shrimp, the spiced rack of lamb, or the eggplant as your main dish. For dessert, try the house-made yogurt with strawberries, sugar cane, and granola. Toast the season of love with your partner over a glass of wine, bubbly, or a cocktail of your choice. Reservations are strongly encouraged via OpenTable.
Celebrate your amour at Amar with a special four-course tasting menu, featuring cold and hot mezze to share, like Lebanese moussaka and moudardara, entrees like grilled branzino and lamb shank, and a shared dessert for $148 per couple. Add wine pairings for an additional $50 per couple. Reservations are strongly encouraged.
This Valentine’s Day, join Avocado Grill in Palm Beach Gardens for a three-course meal made with love. Starting at 5 p.m., the menu will feature a variety of appetizers, including grilled avocado drizzled with a chipotle vinaigrette and seared scallops with curried corn puree and green papaya peanut slaw. Guests can choose between a classic Spanish paella with shrimp, a hanger steak with chimichurri sauce, or citrus-marinated grilled salmon with broccolini for the second course. In the third course, select a sweet finale for you and your date from dulce de leche lava cake, passion fruit cheesecake, berries and cream, and other options. The price of the menu is $99 per person, which includes a glass of wine or Champagne. Reservations are strongly encouraged.
Ready for a real Valentine’s Day treat? The Bachelorette’s Tyler Cameron and digital creator Chris Olsen will host a Valentine’s Day party on February 14 at Bodega Taqueria y Tequila in West Palm Beach, where you can watch a live recording of Cameron’s radio show Everybody But Me. And the fun doesn’t end there. At 8 p.m., join Bodega for an after-party featuring specialty Casamigos cocktails. Tickets are $25 each, with all proceeds benefiting the Andrea C. Cameron Foundation.
If you’re a couple who loves bourbon, head on over to Brick & Barrel in Jupiter for the “Love is in the Pair” Valentine’s Dinner. Dine and fall in love with featured bourbon and wine selections paired with a chef-curated menu beginning at 5 p.m. You can attend one of three events: the five-course dinner paired with the Prisoner Wine series ($100), the five-course dinner paired with the High West bourbon series ($125), or the five-course dinner paired with both wine and bourbon ($150). Reservations are highly encouraged.
Adventure awaits on the love train. Ride the Brightline with your sweetheart on February 14 and get off at top Valentine’s Day destinations. Before boarding, stop by Mary Mary’s in-station bar for the$16 V-Day-themed Love Potion cocktail, which includes Tito’s Vodka, strawberry puree, sweet-and-sour mix, orange juice, cranberry juice, and a splash of Prosecco. Next, catch the train and choose your destination. If you’re in the mood for Italian cuisine, try Sofia Design in the District or La Mar by Gaston Acurio for a Peruvian-inspired menu. Escape to the Sugar Factory at Aventura Mall for something small and sweet or join MB Supper Club in Boca Raton for beautifully crafted cocktails and live entertainment for a classy dinner alternative. Not in the mood to eat? A couples massage at The Spa at The Breakers Palm Beach will pamper your Valentine. Brightline one-way tickets start at $10.
At the Brazilian Court Hotel on Palm Beach, Café Boulud will offer a three-course prix fixe menu on February 14. Priced at $214 per person, the menu includes a choice of canapé, appetizer, entrée, plus a featured dessert, as well as a selection of shellfish and caviar served on ice with the traditional garnishes.
Love in the moment with Casa Caña’s Valentine’s Day dining special. From 6 to 9 p.m., the restaurant will offer a $55 three-course prix fixe menu. Choose delicious appetizers to share with your sweetheart, such as shishito peppers with cilantro citrus crema and roasted peanuts, or pork belly with mashed plantains and a guava glaze. For an entree, choose between braised beef or pan-roasted mahi, and finish the night with a fun churros sundae or dark chocolate mousse. Reservations are strongly encouraged.
Head on over to Delray Beach for an amour-inspired menu by City Oyster this Valentine’s Day. Chefs Jordan Stilley and Patrick Bhisittrakulporn have created a four-course menu for you and a special guest. For $29, try the “Will You Be Mine” sushi special with fresh bluefin toro and salmon roe. For $98, opt for the “I Only Have Eyes for You” entrée special with four grilled lamb chops topped with hazelnut chimichurri, an 8-ounce Australian lobster tail, mashed potatoes, and asparagus. Order the cherry chocolate cheesecake to round out the meal. Reservations are strongly encouraged.
Whether you’re looking to stay for a mini–Valentine’s Day getaway or dining only for the night, Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa’s two restaurants are romantic hot spots to take your lover. For an indoor-outdoor dining experience that will transport you to Southern Italy, try Polpo Palm Beach. From February 10-14, the restaurant will serve a four-course Valentine’s Day menu in addition to its regular menu. Angle will be open from February 10-11 for a four-course prix fixe menu with a wine pairing for a more Floridian experience. Don’t want to leave the kids at home? Drop them off at the hotel’s new Loggers Kids Club for a starting fee of $30.
When Elisabetta’s features four specials for Valentine’s Day, that’s amore. The acclaimed Italian restaurant, which operates locations in Delray Beach and West Palm Beach, will serve specials such as smoked salmon pizza with mascarpone, chives, and caviar ($28), dry-aged bone-in filet with chanterelle and black truffle butter ($68), and grilled sea scallops with risotto Milanese with speck gremolata ($46). For $14, conclude your Italian-food encounter with chocolate-glazed vanilla profiteroles.
In celebration of love, head to Palm Beach and enjoy dishes from La Goulue’s Valentine’s Day menu or à la carte. On February 14, try the steamed white and grilled green asparagus with light truffle vinaigrette for $32 or the duck foie gras mousse with salted caramel, toasted nuts, and crunchy tuile for $48. For $195, order the special for two, which includes a 16-ounce seared beef tenderloin topped with foie gras, black truffle sauce, brioche toast, wild mushroom fricassee, and grilled scallions. Nothing says “I love you” like a berry and chocolate mousse to cap off a perfect meal.
It’s all love at these Lemongrass Hospitality Group outposts. The restaurants will host Valentine’s Day specials February 10-14, including: a Love at First Sight welcome cocktail, crafted with rum, strawberry, lime, mint, club soda, and bursting boba; a dumpling lover platter to share; entrees like Korean braised short ribs, jumbo shrimp kung pao, or sushi dinner; and a heart-shaped, chocolate-dipped Japanese strawberry mochi ice cream.
From February 10-14, visit LoLa 41 on Palm Beach for forty-first-parallel cuisine that will leave you and your partner wanting more. This Valentine’s Day, guests can choose from menu options that cost less than $100 per plate. Choose between the smoked hamachi crudo with Royal Osetra caviar, shiso, and truffle yuzu raspberry coulis or the M9 Wagyu tartare with a garlic-chili vinaigrette, which is served before the large plate special of Nantucket Bay scallops. For a limited time, the restaurant is serving Love Spell, a cocktail made with Kettle One, lemon, cranberry, and pomegranate juice, and embellished with heart-shaped strawberries. It’s only fitting that the evening of love conclude with a red velvet gelato cake topped with a gold chocolate ganache.
Italians only speak one language: love. This Valentine’s Day, celebrate the Italian way at Louis Bossi’s in Boca Raton. As a special for February 14, the restaurant will serve handmade pappardelle with lamb sausage ragu, fennel, San Marzano tomatoes, and fiore sardo pecorino for $28. Known for its fresh homemade pastas, Louie Bossi’s is ideal for showing your love to that special someone.
An evening at Okeechobee Steakhouse in West Palm Beach is the key to the heart. Visit the restaurant or one of its siblings from 4 to 10 p.m. on Valentine’s Day for a romantic evening. The Tomahawk & Tails for Two prix fixe at Okeechobee Steakhouse includes an in-house aged tomahawk steak, lobster tails, and two glasses of Champagne for you and your partner ($250 per couple plus tax and gratuity). Okeechobee Prime Meat Market’s to-go package includes two filet mignons, two lobster tails, and a bottle of Prosecco ($100 plus tax). Lewis Steakhouse in Jupiter will warm your heart with a slow-roasted short rib, wild mushroom and saffron risotto, and more ($75 per person plus tax and gratuity). Finally, Lewis Prime Grill in Loxahatchee is offering a special V-Day surf and turf featuring a split bone-in rib eye, red wine blackberry demi glacé, and two lobster tails ($120 per couple plus tax and gratuity).
Love is in the air and on the menu at the Palm Beach seafood destination. Known for sustainable and seasonal fare, PB Catch will serve a Valentine’s Day “Love at First Bite” menu featuring favorites like lobster bisque; a Seafood Lover’s Platter; Golden Caspian Osetra caviar, served with crème fraiche, red onion, egg white, and crispy potato gaufrettes; Alaskan King crab legs; and a Lover’s Dessert Sampler, featuring lime-raspberry tart, hazelnut terrine, and chocolate frambola. Reserve by calling (561) 655-5558.
Paris is always a good idea. Good thing West Palm Beach’s Pistache sets the table for two with a three-course prix fixe menu starting at 5:30 p.m. Curated by chef Mike Burgio, the menu allows each couple to choose from multiple options per course. Appetizers include Burgundy escargot, gratinee onion soup, and roasted beet salad. As an entree, order classic French dishes such as steak frites, crispy duck confit, and bouillabaisse with monkfish, clams, mussels, and rouille. Nothing says Paris more than dessert. Enjoy the Valentine’s Delight Duo, which includes chocolate Nutella mousse and strawberry shortcake with candied pecans and vanilla Chantilly cream. The menu is priced at $95 per person plus tax and gratuity. The regular à la carte menu will also be available. Reservations are strongly encouraged.
Celebrate the power of love at Planta with a vegan, plant-based Valentine’s Day prix fixe dinner menu. For $79 per person, you and your partner can enjoy a delicious combination of dishes. The V-Day menu includes three courses with special selection like a plant-based caviar service, a sushi sampler, cauliflower and tofu, udon noodles with truffle, and a red velvet lava cake for dessert. Nothing says “love” like treating your significant other to a nutritious meal.
If the ramen cravings hit on Valentine’s Day, you’re in luck. Ramen Lab will dish out festive menus February 10-14, featuring a choice of chicken or vegetable gyoza to start; entrees of ramen tonkotsu, shoyu ramen, chicken oyako, poké bowls, chicken teriyaki, and Japanese katsu curry; and a Aubri & Ramsa liquor-infused ice cream for dessert. To wash down the celebratory feast, each guest will be treated to a glass of Prosecco with bursting boba.
Delray Beach could be the ideal getaway for you and your significant other. The Ray Hotel’s signature restaurant, Ember Grill, is serving up some love with a Valentine’s Day prix fixe menu. Treat your sweetheart to a $95-per-person special that includes a flavorsome three-course meal. Dishes include crispy potato croquettes with crème fraiche and caviar, a dayboat scallop crudo, and a squid ink lobster agnolotti garnished with fine herbs, butter, and lemon. For dessert, try the dark chocolate budino topped with vanilla bean whipped cream. Reservations are highly encouraged via OpenTable.
On February 14, lovebirds can nest at The Regional in West Palm Beach for an à la carte dinner experience to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Chef Lindsay Autry’s curated tasting menu will be available for $95 starting at 5:30 p.m. For à la carte options, couples can choose from the Indian River citrus and chilled lobster salad, herb roasted golden tilefish, or the Creekstone Farms New York Strip—all under $60. As a V-day treat, pair your meal with The Regional’s Lover’s Blush specialty cocktail. Don’t forget to try the Florida strawberry and buttermilk tart paired with candied pistachios and winter citrus.
All you need is dessert. That’s why the Atlantic Grille inside The Seagate Hotel is Delray Beach’s hidden gem. For Valentine’s Day, executive chef Gordon Maybury will unleash an amorous arsenal, including a hedonistic dessert buffet laden with all things chocolate. But first, sample a special Valentine’s Day cocktail before feasting from the prix fixe menu. As an appetizer, try the lobster bisque or cupid salad, and for the main course, go with the seared seabass or grilled veal chop. When the night is over, take home a special “Treats for My Sweet” gift box from the hotel’s ETC. Café, inclusive of a smash chocolate heart loaded with colorful macarons for $75. The meal is priced at $135 per person.
Romanticize your Valentine’s Day by attending “An Evening of Aphrodisiacs and Charcuterie” at Grandview Public Market inside West Palm’s Warehouse District. For $75 per person or $140 per couple, lovebirds can enjoy an evening of charcuterie and mixology hosted by The Board Babes and holistic wellness coach Jules Aron. On a custom charcuterie board, layer specialty meats, cheeses, fresh fruit, dried fruit, sweets, and chocolates, and impress your significant other with salami hearts. After making the charcuterie, take home your creation as well as a sweet goody bag filled with more delectable treats to share with your partner.
Under the wing of This Damn Good Hospitality, Warren in Delray Beach is proving itself to be a detectible destination for celebrating any kind of holiday—especially, the season of love. This year, the restaurant will host a special prix fixe Valentine’s Day menu that will only make your heart race with excitement. The $85 three-course special includes dishes like chorizo with basil and shaved Parmesan, beef Wellington and jumbo lump crab, and sous vide swordfish with sweet potato, hearts of palm, and fire-roasted tomato sauce. Dessert options include a milk chocolate malt and a raspberry sorbet with fresh berries. Don’t forget to take advantage of the $15 Heidsieck Monopole Rosé accompanied by a chocolate-covered strawberry.