The 7 Most Romantic Date Spots in Miami

By Carissa Chesanek  |  July 11, 2014

Miami's home to plenty of top-notch restaurants, but only some will truly win over a date. Here are six spots to do the trick. 

Red Fish Grill

The ultimate secluded hideaway, this Coral Gables seafood restaurant is at the end of a long dirt road. The drive is worth it — the outdoor terrace boasts light-filled palm trees and bay views that ooze seduction. 

Villa Azur

Tucked away from South Beach's crazy nightlife, you'll find this swanky French-Mediterranean spot — with its dimly lit, antiques-filled interior and lush tropical patio — well-suited for a party of two.

Prime Fish (pictured)

The guys behind SoFi's popular Prime 112 sexify the beach scene with this upscale fish shack, featuring a large, streetside terrace and lively interior with plenty of seating.

La Mar by Gaston Acurio

At Brickell Key's Mandarin Oriental, this turquoise-accented Peruvian space offers stunning water views from its massive terrace. The three bars serve cocktails, ceviche and anticucho that steal the show.  

Red, the Steakhouse

While other SoBe steakhouses are geared toward scenesters, this modern chophouse caters to dates with its exposed-brick walls and red accents. Canoodle over Angus beef and lobster mac 'n' cheese

Petit Rouge

The cozy North Miami French bistro offers an intimate setting with simple decor and dark accents. Consistently good eats include duck confit, steak frites and a gooey Chocolate Pot de Crème worth sharing.

Casa Tua Restaurant 

Designed to resemble a Northern Italian villa, the pretty SoBe inn has no sign and is hidden from the outside, which adds to the charm once you arrive in the candlelit courtyard to nibble expensive Euro eats.