Candlelight and Ocean Views: Miami's Ten Most Romantic Restaurants
Red Fish Grill via Facebook
Miami is, by definition, an extremely romantic city. Palm trees sway in the balmy breeze, lightly scented by the nearby ocean. So it comes as no surprise that a multitude of restaurants take advantage of Miami's sexy vibe -- adding candles, moonlight, and plenty of champagne and oysters for good measure.
Here's a list of ten of the most unabashedly romantic spots to take your wife, your girlfriend, your husband, your boyfriend, or any combination thereof.
Romeo's Cafe via Facebook
10. Romeo's Café
The two-and-a-half-hour dinner at Romeo's Café is a romance with food itself. There are no menus at this intimate 28-seat restaurant, because chef/owner Romeo Majano custom-prepares a four-course ($60) or six-course ($90) dinner based on your dietary restrictions -- and his intuition. The resultant dinner is indulgent, lavish, and will make your date feel like royalty. Which, if you've ever seen a Disney movie, is very romantic.
area 31 via Facebook
9. Area 31
Way above the bustle of downtown Miami, Area 31's outdoor terrace offers
nothing but gorgeous views of Biscayne Bay and Miami Beach to the
east. At night, ships and condos are turned into a display of
firefly-like pinpoints of light, twinkling in the distance. If you want
to up the ante, the restaurant offers several private dining rooms,
cabanas, and casitas where executive chef E. Michael Reidt will prepare a
menu featuring sustainable seafood and farm-fresh local produce.Next Page
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