Thursday, June 1, 2023

Where to Celebrate Valentine’s Day 2022

Do you need some passionate inspiration? Not sure where to take your loved one this Valentine’s Day? Well, don’t worry–from Palm Beach County to Broward, we have you covered. Check out the restaurants below and the delightful menus they’re offering to ensure a romantic date night out. 



The Blood Orange themed dinner is a four-course menu with options like red snapper crudo, oysters, duck and foie gras ravioli, shrimp scampi and NY Strip. 

$90 per person

207 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach; 561/355-508;

Amar Mediterranean Bistro

This four-course tasting menu features a selection of cold and hot mezze to share plus two entrées and shareable dessert. 

$130 per couple, wine pairing an additional $65 per couple

522 East Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach; 561/865-5653;

Avocado Grill

A three-course dinner awaits you at this West Palm Beach staple. Look forward to options like zucchini blossoms, snapper mango ceviche, sesame crusted tuna, braised short rib, Nutella mousse and a dulce de leche lava cake. 

Only available Monday; $89 per person 

125 Datura St, West Palm Beach; 561/623-0822; 


For a traditional Italian feast with a side of seaside views, head over to this Jupiter restaurant. It’s service Maiale al Latte, a dish for two of slowly braised pork with caramelized onions and herbs, and served with polenta and broccoli rabe. 

Available all weekend. 

1107 Love St, Jupiter; 561/532-3280;

Brule Bistro & Rose’s Daughter

Although both celebrated sister restaurants are on closed on Monday, you can still enjoy the prix fixe menu during the weekend, which includes lobster bisque, bone-in prime cowboy steak, a chocolate tasting plus a bottle of wine 

$175 per person

200 NE 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach; 561/274.2046; 

169 NE 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach, 561/271-9423; 

Café Boulud

Cafe Boulud
Cafe Boulud Courtyard

Three-course prix fixe menu at this famed French restaurant includes decadent choices like Kusshi oysters and Florida stone crab claws alongside foie gras terrine, scallops with Jerusalem artichoke, and beef tenderloin served with a black truffle bordelaise. 

$185 per person 

301 Australian Ave, Palm Beach; 561/ 655-6060;

Coco Sushi Lounge

Coco Palm Beach, photo by Libby Volgyes of LibbyVision

Get into the romantic holiday spirit with themed sushi rolls like the Valentine Roll and Tuna Lover Roll. This is the newest venture for the owners of beloved Yakitori Sake House, Saiko-i Sushi Lounge & Hibachi and Koi Japanese Cuisine & Sushi Lounge.

25 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Delray Beach; 561/908.2567;

Corvina Seafood Grill

Start the three-course meal with a glass of sparking wine and a heart shaped sushi roll. From there are a variety of shareable plates that you can enjoy with your date.

$70-$95 per person depending on selections. 

110 Plaza Real South, Boca Raton; 561/206-0066;

Death or Glory

Celebrate Valentine’s Day a little different this year by visiting this local watering hole where you can jam out to early 2000’s emo, punk, and grunge hits while you sip on $10 Black Heart cocktails (Don Q Gold rum, cold brew coffee, coffee liqueur, Giffard Banane de Bresil, Batavia Arrack, and coconut) and $3 Cupid Shots.

116 NE 6th Ave, Delray Beach; 561/808-8814;

Ember Grill

The Ray’s lobby restaurant if offering a prix fixe menu that starts off with a glass of Champagne and is followed by indulgent choices like burrata with caviar, black tie scallops and charred beef filet Oscar.

$95 per person, available only on Monday.

233 NE 2nd Ave, Delray Beach; 561/739-1705; 

Galley at Hilton West Palm Beach

Galley WPB

This appetizing five-course prix fixe menu includes dishes like lobster crispy rice, grilled bone marrow and a hearty surf and turf entrée.

$115 per person

600 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach; 561/231-6100;

Kapow Noodle Bar

Valentine’s Day at Kapow

If you choose to celebrate at home, drop by this hotspot beforehand and pick up a “Happy Endings” box that includes an order of Kapow’s Thai donuts, 2 prosecco splits, 2 Champagne glasses, 1 truffle box and chocolate dipped fortune cookies.

$45, to go boxes available at both locations

431 Plaza Real, Boca Raton; 561/347-7322 

519 Clematis St, West Palm Beach; 561/246.3827  ​​

Lucky Shuck Oyster Bar & Taphouse

Lucky Lobster Dinner for Two at Lucky Shuck – Photo:

If you’re craving lobster, this dinner for two includes a 2-pound Maine lobster with crawfish stuffed tail and romantic views of the inlet.

Available all weekend. 

$150 per couple

1107 Love St, Jupiter; 561/532-3331;

Max’s Grille

This signature Mizner Park restaurant has designed a special holiday menu that includes stuffed zucchini blossoms, pan-seared sea scallops, and a 16oz Quincey Cattle Farms ribeye. It’s also serving a Valentine’s themed brunch on both Feb. 12 and 13 with $5 mimosas, bellinis, bloody marys or sangria.

404 Plaza Real Boca Raton; 561/368-0080;

Palm Beach Meats

Designed by executive chefs Emerson Frisbie and James Cruz, this Clandestine Valentine’s Day dinner is a restaurant popup inside the butcher shop. The prix fixe menu features oysters, caviar, king crab, duck breast and many more specials. Plus it includes Champagne and wine pairings by Pedro’s Fine Wines.

$275 per person 

4812 S. Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach; 561/623-7471;

Peterbrooke Chocolatier

With two locations nearby, this neighborhood chocolate shop is your one stop shop for all the sweet treats your loved one desires like covered strawberries and chocolate roses.

3013 Yamato Rd., Boca Raton

298 S. County Road, Palm Beach;


Enjoy a three-course prix fixe menu inspired by decadent French fare. A la carte items will also be available.

101 North Clematis Street, West Palm Beach; 561/833-5090;

Rack’s Fish House + Oyster Bar

With a Lovers Duo of east and west coast oysters, you and your sweetheart will truly be on cloud nine. The three-course prix fixe menu also includes a surf and turf and double fudge cake.

 $90 per person, available Feb. 11, 12 and 14

5 SE 2nd Ave, Delray Beach; 561/450-6718;

The Ben: Spruzzo Rooftop & Proper Grit

Spruzzo Oyster and Champagne Special, photo courtesy of Palm Beach Influence

The hotel is offering lovebirds two options depending on your mood. Share a dozen oysters and a bottle of Pommery Champagne at Spruzzo or a four-course prix fixe menu that includes a glass of rosé, grilled oysters, petite filet and a flourless chocolate cake at Proper Grit.

Spruzzo – $99 per couple

Proper Grit – $150 per couple

 251 N Narcissus Ave. in downtown West Palm Beach;



The Kimpton Goodland Hotel’s restaurant is serving up a prix fixe menu that includes a blood orange spinach salad, surf and turf for two and panna cotta dessert. It’s also offering Veuve Clicquot bottle specials if you really want to impress.

$75 per person 

2900 Riomar Street; 954/908-7308;

Casa Sensei

Million Dollar Roll at Casa Sensei

This waterfront Latin-Asian restaurant is offering three dinner seatings so you can choose what works best for you and once you arrive you’ll be greeted with a complimentary Champagne toast.

1200 E Las Olas Blvd.; Fort Lauderdale; 954/530-4176; 

DUNE by Laurent Tourondel

As one of the very few restaurants in town that sits directly on the sands of Fort Lauderdale beach, this recently redesigned restaurant is serving up special three-course prix fixe menu that starts with welcome glass of sparkling rosé and dish options like lobster salad, maki roll with 24k gold, wagyu beef capaccio, seared Chilean seabass and seafood ravioli. 

$130 per person

2200 N Ocean Blvd, Fort Lauderdale; 754/900-4059;

No Man’s Land

This intimate cocktail lounge is inviting you and your honey in for a dozen oysters and bottle of Champagne to celebrate the holiday.

$100 per couple

666 Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale;  954/368-2616;

Pizza Craft

Calling all truffle lovers. This three-course dinner for two features New York City’s 

Truffleist products. Think truffle burrata, truffle mushroom pizza, housemade ravioli and vanilla truffle honey crème brulee. Wine and cocktail pairing available for $25 per person.

Available all weekend, $99 per couple, full menu also available. 

330 Himmarshee Street, Fort Lauderdale; 954/616-8028;

The Modern Rose

This quaint coffee shop is really getting into the romantic spirit at its Deerfield Beach location, which will be serving a cinnamon bun waffle platter with whipped cream and fresh fruit and the Shape of My Heart ‘Wich, a heart-shaped open face chicken salad sandwich. At both locations you’ll find aphrodisiac-themed drinks like the mi amoreo latte.

331 SE 15th Terrace, Deerfield Beach; 954/405-8448

33 SE 3rd Ave, Delray Beach; 561/668-3784

Union Kitchen & Bar

Christie Tenaud & Roberto Colombi, photo by Sonja Garnitschnig

The husband and wife team of Roberto Colombi and Christie Tenaud will celebrate their love through their dishes at this Wilton Manors restaurant. Specials include oyster trio, caviar for 2, whole lobster and a homemade strawberry panna cotta. The restaurant’s a la carte dinner menu will also be available.  

2309 N. Dixie Highway, Wilton Manors; 754/216-0143;

Vale Food Co 

The healthy eats, fast casual concept has designed a special acai bowl with strawberries and Nutella or a share a banana split with a loved one, which comes with a granola layer under two scoops of acai and topped with honey. 

420 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale; (954) 306-8692;

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Christie Galeano-DeMott
Christie Galeano-DeMott
Christie is a food lover, travel fanatic, bookworm, Francophile, and she believes art in all its forms is good for the soul. When she’s not writing about the incredible dishes, people and places that capture South Florida's culture and vibe, Christie is irresistibly happy in the company of her husband and a glass of red wine.

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