'Tis the season for Romance my friends. Valentine's Day is right around the corner. Time to start setting up your plans and making your reservations. If you're in the Miami area, or traveling here soon, you are in luck. Miami has so many romantic places to see and go to and many more romantic date night things to do. Below I wrote down some of the most liked romantic date night restaurants here in Miami. If you're ever in town, definitely check some of these Romantic hot spots.
Located in Brickell, Crazy About You has one of the most romantic views in South Florida. The view of the Bay is magnificent. You can enjoy cocktails with your special someone right out on the terrace or back in the lounge. On chilly nights (which is rare), if you would like to sit out on the terrace, they bring out blankets and have the fire lamps on giving it an even more romantic feel. The food is delicious and the service is excellent.
Another romantic restaurant right on the water, The Rusty Pelican is one of my favorite spots in Key Biscayne. Whether you want to enjoy a romantic brunch or an evening out, this spot is perfect. Known for their delicious food and the famous Miami Skyline (every seat in the house has a spectacular view), Rusty Pelican has made a name for itself and is one of the trendiest romance spots in Miami.
What's another romantic restaurant on the water? You guess it. Redfish Grill is a sea food waterfront dining experience. It's located in Matheson Hammock Park in Coral Gables. Seating is limited so reservations ahead of time is a must, just for punctual seating. Getting there is an experience in itself with the views of the environment surrounding you so beautiful. The food is exquisite, service is wonderful and the views are some beautiful. What more can you ask for?
In Spanish that translates to secret. Everyone always loves a little mystery. This little cozy romantic spot, located in Kendall serves authentic "feels like home" Italian food. This spot does not have glorious views like a water front, but it does have wonderful artwork on the walls, and the ambiance is wonderful. Tucked away in a shopping plaza, this restaurant seats 10 - 12 tables. The food is some of the best Italian food I've had in Miami and the service is excellent.
Located in Little Haiti, Soyka is becoming of the "Must Try" restaurants in Miami. The name leads you to believe it's an Asian Restaurant, but not at all. The variety of foods at the place are unbelievable. From the food, to the music, to the decor this place is absolutely amazing. They even have pizza. This may be one of my favorite spots on the list.
What are some of your favorite Romantic datenight spots in Miami?