Five Ways to Help Make Valentine's Day in Miami the Most Romantic Ever

Beacon Hill's Valentine's Day truffles
Beacon Hill's Valentine's Day truffles Courtesy of Beacon Hill Chocolates

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Courtesy of Drinkhouse Fire & Ice
South Beach's Drinkhouse Fire & Ice Offers $10,000 Valentine's Day Package
You've met the one. Now you need to propose. You like the idea of a grand gesture, but your future life partner isn't the type to want to be on the big screen at a hockey game or be called out by a skywriter. Your sweetie is too sophisticated for garish public displays. So your grand gesture needs to also be intimate, elegant, and private. Drinkhouse Fire & Ice might have the solution for you — provided you're prepared for the grand gesture to set you back $10,000.
click to enlarge SuViche - COURTESY OF SUVICHE
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Valentine's Day Miami 2017 Dining Guide
Restaurants are getting ready for masses of romantic couples making reservations to canoodle over dinner and drinks. Not only are there prix-fixe options, but many spots are also offering fun alternatives to the traditional romantic dinner for two. Think wine-and-chocolate pairings and heart-shaped pizzas. Almost every eatery in the area is offering a special menu for the evening, so make your reservations and enjoy.
click to enlarge Steak 954's romantic patio. - COURTESY OF STEAK 954
Steak 954's romantic patio.
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Valentine's Day Fort Lauderdale 2017 Dining Guide
Stop, smell (or hand out) the roses, and park differences at the door before enjoying a fine meal while you sip something wonderfully intoxicating with the person you love most. Here are the best restaurant specials in Fort Lauderdale and beyond.
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Laine Doss is the food and spirits editor for Miami New Times. She has been featured on Cooking Channel's Eat Street and Food Network's Great Food Truck Race. She won an Alternative Weekly award for her feature about what it's like to wait tables.
Contact: Laine Doss