Almond Palm Beach
Celebrate the day of love with chef Jason Weiner’s curated four-course Valentine’s Day dinner menu. Centered around blood orange (February 14 falls during the fruit’s peak season) and its “deep hue reminiscent of love,” chef Weiner’s culinary journey starts features delights like bay scallop ceviche with blood orange leche de tigre; duck and foie gras ravioli a l’orange with pistachios, sage, and sunchokes; Turkish-spiced rack of lamb with blood orange fennel gremolata; and a chocolate hazelnut trifle with crystalized blood orange. The dinner costs $90. To reserve, visit the website or call (561) 355-5080.
Celebrate the day of love at the Datura Street favorite with a four-course prix fixe menu featuring artisanal cuisine and unlimited cocktails for $99 per person. Seatings start at 5 p.m. and reservations are recommended. To reserve, visit the website or call (561) 623-0822.
Impress your Valentine with Caribbean-Floridian delicacies at Canopy Downtown West Palm Beach’s ground floor restaurant. Banter will offer a diners a three-course menu February 12 to 14. Dinner prices start at $125 for two. Add wine pairings with each course for a total of $185. To reserve, visit the website or call (561) 802-7311.
Batch New Southern Kitchen
Join Batch New Southern Kitchen for a Valentine’s Day edition of their famous themed brunch. Enjoy red velvet pancakes with bourbon and butter-cream frosting alongside a surprise bottomless drink option. To reserve, visit the website or call (561) 708-0000.
The West Palm Beach hotel’s duo of eateries will cater to diverse Valentine’s Day palates. Proper Grit will treat dinner guests to a complimentary Champagne split with the purchase of two entrees and two chocolate-dipped strawberries for dessert. Upstairs at Spruzzo, the first 75 couples to arrive will receive a flower bouquet created onsite by local floral designers. Guests at the rooftop restaurant will also be treated to the Cupid’s Mark cocktail and two chocolate-dipped strawberries.
A charming evening of French finery and courtyard views await diners at Café Boulud. The Palm Beach restaurant’s new executive chef Dieter Samijn will prepare a three-course prix fixe menu boasting Kusshi oysters, tête de veau topped with mustard seeds, foie gras terrine topped with mango and pineapple relish, Daniel Boulud’s duo of beef, and shared petits fours for dessert. Dinner costs $165 per person.
Guests looking to start their day at the iconic restaurant can opt for Valentine’s Day brunch instead. Beginning at 11 a.m., the kitchen will offer a menu of chilled seafood, appetizers, and delightful brunch bites like ricotta pancakes and DB smoked salmon benedict. Brunch costs $85 per person. To reserve, call (561) 655-6060 or visit the website.
Diners will celebrate with a weekend of favorites from chef Michael Schenk’s kitchen at Farmer’s Table’s Boca Raton and North Palm Beach locations from February 12 to 14. Select among highlights like grass-fed and finished New York strip steak, local mahi mahi, and pan-seared diver scallops.
Toast to love with house cocktails like the Valentini, made with organic and gluten-free vodka, passion fruit, butterfly pea, dry Curaçao, and lime, or the Cupid’s Arrow, an amorous blend of French 75, sparkling rose, strawberry, and lemon.
In addition to roses for each couple, Galley at the Hilton West Palm Beach will treat Valentine’s Day date-goers to prix fixe and á la carte specials. The menu boasts decadent selections like truffle cauliflower soup, butter poached lobster carpaccio, portobello and porcini mushroom ravioli, and wood-fired Wagyu beef tenderloin with grilled shrimp. Couples will receive buy-one-get-one bottles of G.H. Mumm Champagne with the purchase of two prix fixe dinners. To reserve, visit the website or call (561) 231-6100.
The West Palm Beach café will celebrate the day of love with a breakfast-in-bed-to-go menu. Co-owners Laura Olsson and Matti Klintberg (who met and fell in love while working at Johan’s Joë), will offer the “Pink Heart Package,” featuring two hot or iced coffees, one bottle of Brut Champagne, two bottles of Natalie’s Orange Juice, and two croissants. The “Red Heart Package” will feature the aforementioned goodies with bonus Swedish pancakes topped with fresh berries and Nutella. The packages cost $29.95 and $49.95, respectively. Call (561) 808-5090 or visit the website to order.
The Atlantic Avenue hotspot in Delray Beach will celebrate its first Valentine’s Day with a four-course tasting meu perfect for date night. The seafood-forward menu features highlights like Maine lobster bisque, grilled golden tilefish, a Wagyu filet with truffle demi sauce, and buttermilk cake with strawberry milk custard for dessert. The dinner costs $95 per person. Visit the website to reserve.
Lola 41 Palm Beach
The Nantucket transplant will feature a menu of decadent dishes for couples in honor of Valentine’s Day. Feast on a 30-ounce Wagyu Tomahawk ribeye steak with two Maine lobster tails and twice-baked black truffle sweet potatoes or the East Oyster with uni, pickled daikon, micro greens, and a yuzu mignonette. Dinner for two costs $250. Visit the website to reserve.
Florida’s oldest steakhouse will host Valentine’s Day diners for an evening of impeccable hand-cut prime steaks. The day’s menu will feature “Tomahawk & Tails for Two,” with a house-aged Tomahawk steak, two South African lobster tails, and selection of sides. Dinners costs $175 for two. To reserve, visit the website or call (561) 683-5151.
The Palm Beach seafood house will celebrate “Love at First Bite” on February 13 and 14 with specials designed to share. The menu will boast three-pound Maine lobsters, swordfish, King Crab legs, and a roasted filet with black truffle bernaise, jumbo lump crab meat, potato gratin, and asparagus. Guests can also enjoy a half-dozen oyster sampler. To reserve, call (561) 655-5558.
Pistache French Bistro
Indulge in a Valentine’s Day tres special three-course, prix-fixe menu beginning at 5:30 p.m. for $90 per person on February 13 and 14. Savor Pistache’s staple bistro-style plates under the stars with your Valentine. To reserve, visit the website or call (561) 833-5090.
The Restaurant at the Norton
Kick off a romantic museum date with brunch at The Restaurant at the Norton in West Palm Beach. Enjoy the Norton’s beautiful garden views over brunch featuring luxe trimmings like Lobster Eggs Benedict and Champagne.
Views of the water at sunset will set the romantic tone for the three-course dinner menu at the hotel’s Boca Landing restaurant. The exclusively crafted menu will feature highlights like a roasted corn and crab bisque, lamp lollipop, buffalo mozzarella, and lobster risotto. Dinner reservations are available from 6 p.m. to close and cost $95 per person (plus tax and gratuity).