Luxury Restaurants in South Florida for Valentine’s Day

luxury restaurantsFor some, Valentine’s Day will be the first impression.  For others, it will be a way to your significant other that you’ve been paying attention. Whatever the reason, we decided to help with ideas when it comes to picking the perfect restaurant for V-day. Here are a few selections that should help set the mood and create the perfect environment on February 14th. Here are some of our favorite luxury restaurants for Valentine’s Day.

Our Favorite Luxury Restaurants for Valentine’s Day

Nobu
4525 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
Nobu delivers a mix of upscale sushi & Japanese-Peruvian fusion amid luxurious, elegant decor. Nobu is the Miami outpost of Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s new Japanese cuisine empire. Nobu utilizes the chefs classical training at sushi bars in Tokyo and his life abroad in Peru, Argentina, and around the world to create an exciting brand of Japanese cuisine. Nobu brings excitement, sophistication, and a culinary twist to the Miami scene.

 

Bistro 1902
1902 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood
Representing the best in French cuisine, Bistro 1902 fills the Franco void thanks to the owner, Parisian-born Karim Laitaoui. The menu featuring French bistro-style classics encourages patrons to try new things as your options include frogs’ legs, boeuf bourguignon, duck confit, foie gras, and escargots. Still, some entrées have been selected with an eye for American taste, says Laitaoui. The faint at heart find refuge with a burger and surf and turf with a Champagne sauce.

 

Cafe Boulud
301 Australian Ave., Palm Beach
Located on Palm Beach Island, Daniel Boulud’s restaurant sits inside the luxurious Brazilian Court hotel. Café Boulud offers luxurious without being too serious.  To bring Cafe Boulud Palm Beach into a new dawn, Boulud renovated the restaurant to give it a more relaxed and casual ambiance. In a shift away from tropical and traditional Palm Beach decor, the dining room and lounge is more elegant and contemporary, achieved by a shimmery ceiling made from seashells and pecky cypress.  The classic French cuisine Boulud is known for is still there, yet distinctly more casual and contemporary.

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