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Miami's Most Romantic Restaurants

The best restaurants in Miami for a romantic night out.

  • Il Gabbiano
    • Italian
    • Downtown
    Food
    27
    Decor
    26
    Service
    26
    Cost
    $91

    What to Order: The classic linguine alle vongole topped with clams ($22.25) or sautéed veal with Gorgonzola​ ($19.75) are always crowd-pleasers.
    Insider Tip: If you reserve now, you may still get a seat on the terrace overlooking the bay, but if kept indoors, ask for a two-top near the floor-to-ceiling windows for a nice view.

  • Palme d'Or
    • French
    • Coral Gables
    Food
    26
    Decor
    25
    Service
    25
    Cost
    $106

    What to Order: Try the special prix fixe Valentine's Day menu featuring choices like Alaskan king crab, escargot, roasted duck and sorbet with champagne foam ($135 per person).
    Insider Tip: A bottle of Louis Michel et Fils Chablis Grenouilles Grand Cru makes the perfect pairing.

  • NAOE
    • Japanese
    • Brickell Area
    Food
    25
    Decor
    19
    Service
    23
    Cost
    $220

    What to Order: The Chef's Choice menu ($200 per person) includes plenty of high-grade sushi. Add a bottle of Nichiei Junmai Daiginjyo sake ($140 per couple) to make the night even more special.
    Insider Tip: It's a small place, so make your reservation early.

  • Romeo's Cafe
    • Italian
    • Coral Way
    Food
    24
    Decor
    18
    Service
    23
    Cost
    $85

    What to Order: Choose from either a four-course ($60 per person) or six-course ($90 per person) tailor-made dinner menu customized to your liking (ranging from lobster to filet). 
    Insider Tip: The wine list is huge, so ask your server to help pair the right bottle with your meal.

  • Caffe Vialetto
    • Italian
    • Coral Gables
    Food
    24
    Decor
    19
    Service
    23
    Cost
    $56

    What to Order: Begin the meal with salmon sashimi topped with capers ($14) then work your way through the braised short ribs served over creamy champagne risotto ($38).
    Insider Tip: After dinner, head to Uvaggio Wine Bar for a proper nightcap.

  • Siena Tavern
    • Italian
    • South Beach
    Food
    -
    Decor
    -
    Service
    -
    Cost
    E

    What to Order: Start with caviar-topped West Coast oysters ($20) followed by the Valentine's Day menu of burrata with foie gras, beet gnocchi, filet mignon and red-velvet cake ($85 per person).
    Insider Tip: Treat yourself to a bottle of Veuve Clicquot ($90) or Dom Perignon ($200). 

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