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Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Valentine's Day, Doa Happy Hour, and Bagatelle Live

Enjoy Valentine's Day dinner at Scarpetta.EXPAND
Enjoy Valentine's Day dinner at Scarpetta.
Courtesy of the Fontainebleau

Happy Monday, Miami. Whether you're in search of a romantic, candle-lit evening or a friends' night out, make your Valentine's Day plans fast. If you'd rather not celebrate tomorrow, the Fontainebleau will offer many of its holiday specials through the end of the month, including prix fixes at Stripsteak and wine and champagne tastings at Scarpetta. Pregame for the weekend at Doa in South Beach, which recently launched a weekly happy hour with $7 cocktails and $5 bites.

Snag Valentine's-themed desserts at Chez Bon Bon.EXPAND
Snag Valentine's-themed desserts at Chez Bon Bon.
Courtesy of the Fontainebleau

February Romance Month at the Fontainebleau
Throughout February, every day at the Fontainebleau is Valentine's Day. The resort's monthlong romance initiative celebrates all things love with a variety of dining offers at Scarpetta, Stripsteak, and Chez Bon Bon. On Valentine's Day, diners can enjoy prix fixes at both restaurants as well as holiday-themed desserts at Chez Bon Bon. In addition, snag a sommelier-led chocolate-and-champagne tasting ($30) every Thursday from 6 to 6:30 p.m. at Scarpetta; a candle-lit dinner inside a private cabana for two ($500 per couple) every Saturday evening, with food and wine from Stripsteak; and sweet treats such as dark chocolate strawberry cake ($37.95) and an assortment of cake pops, cupcakes, and pralines available à la carte at Chez Bon Bon. Reservations are required. Visit fontainebleau.com/romance or call 877-326-7412.

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Valentine's Day, Doa Happy Hour, and Bagatelle Live
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Valentine's Day in Miami
Giving you details on everything from romantic dinners to breathtaking confections, New Times' Valentine's Day roundups offer a range of useful info, from the most picturesque restaurants in the Magic City to holiday-themed repasts happening Tuesday in Miami and Broward.

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Chicken skewers are discounted during Doa's daily happy hour.EXPAND
Chicken skewers are discounted during Doa's daily happy hour.
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Hora Loca at Doa
Available seven days a week from 6. to 8 p.m., Lat-Asian restaurant Doa features discounted food and drinks during its newly launched happy hour. Find $7 cocktails, $5 beers, $7 wines, and $10 Moët & Chandon champagne. Pair some bubbly with signature $5 bites such as crispy yuca, chicken skewers, edamame, and chicken wings.
Bagatelle Live at Bagatelle
Offering live performances and special guest acts, Bagatelle hosts dinner and a show every Thursday night. The three-course dinner, priced at $29 per person, includes an assortment of dishes, such as mahi-mahi, tartare, and profiteroles. Additional drinks are available for $10.

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