Best Restaurants For Valentine’s Day In Miami

The 7 Best Restaurants For Valentine’s Day In Miami

Last year Miami ranked as the sexiest city in the world. And, whether you agree with the fact that it’s the absolute sexiest city or not, it’s hard to deny the fact that it’s one pretty city. Vibrant nightlife, a rich party culture, and some of the most romantic views in the United States all make Miami a pretty romantic place to visit, especially as a couple.

From awe-inspiring beachside dinners to treetop treasures tucked away inside of super hip neighbourhoods, there’s certainly no shortage of romantic restaurants in Miami. You just have to know where to look to find whatever vibe you’re after.

Book a romantic hotel in the city and then prepare to put on your best dress. These are the best restaurants for Valentine’s Day in Miami where you can truly treat bae to some world-class wine as you turn on the charm. The restaurant will take care of the rest.

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1. Matador Room

The Matador Room is easily one of Miami’s sexiest restaurants. It oozes of midcentury glamour and decor while offering guests multiple different areas to dine in and enjoy. And, this Valentine’s Day, they’re serving up something extra special. Their “love is all you need” tasting menu will start off with a cheeky glass of champagne. Expect a few romantic surprises throughout the evening as well.

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2. L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon

The passionately red decor at L’Atleier is enough to get anybody’s blood pumping. Your heart will race as you’re seated at this modern French restaurant. The world-renowned chef excels at taking ordinary ingredients and elevating them into dishes that tantalise more than just your tastebuds. On February 14th, they’ll offer an elegant five-course tasting menu that’s perfect for an intimate evening for two.

Best Restaurants For Valentine’s Day In Miami

3. Boulud Sud Miami

Boulud Sud has been described as Chef Daniel Boulud’s vibrant celebration of the sun and the sea. Treat yourselves to a charming evening full of seascapes and some of the world’s finest food at this Miami hotspot. The elegant interior is chic yet laidback. And, their Valentine’s Day menu is sure to impress. Opt for the wine pairing to add on some extra romance and flavour.

Best Restaurants For Valentine’s Day In Miami

4. Jaya at The Setai

A live jazz band will accompany Valentine’s Day dinner at Jaya at The Setai. Let the soothing sounds of soft jazz set the tone for a remarkably alluring evening of Indian-accented Asian dishes. It’s one of the most romantic restaurants in Miami year-round, but on Valentine’s Day, they’re really going to turn up the charm factor. This is the place you’d take a date you’re trying to impress.

Best Restaurants For Valentine’s Day In Miami

5. The Social Club at Surfcomber

Three courses of love-filled dishes are the base of what makes Valentine’s Day so special at The Social Club. Indulge in a delectable evening full of world-class food, but not before starting it all off with an amuse-bouche, a rose, and a glass of rosé.  Live music will accompany the evening, so prepare to truly charm whoever you’re dining with.

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6. Glass & Vine

Contemporary American cuisine and one of Miami’s most romantic patios make Glass & Vine a great spot to spend Valentine’s Day. The lush oasis spills from the inside out to create an atmosphere that’s enjoyable regardless of what you’re celebrating. Celebrate Valentine’s Day under the lights and marvel at a star-splashed sky. It’s so romantic that you might just never be able to top it again.

7. Hosteria Romana

In terms of where to spend Valentine’s Day in Miami, you absolutely can’t forget about Hosteria Romana. Live entertainment makes it easy to relax into your surroundings, which are lit overhead by charming fairy lights that bounce off the lush greenery hanging above. In short, the bustling wine and pasta spot is a great place to spend Valentine’s Day.

Elizabeth Thorn
Elizabeth Thorn

Elizabeth has lived and worked in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia, all of which have contributed to her passion for travel writing. When she's not writing, you can find her exploring little hideouts in Colombia or watching photography tutorials on YouTube.

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