Valentine’s Day is almost here. If you're still searching for the perfect romantic spot to have a nice dinner, take a look these restaurants. Some are located on the waterfront and all of them “specialize in creating a romantic evening.”
- Ireland’s Steakhouse. Meat lovers can get their fill here. Bonaventure Resort & Spa, 250 Racquet Club Road, Weston, 954.349.5656.
- Grill 66 & Bar. This is a seafood restaurant and sits on the Intracoastal. Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six, 2301 SE 17th St. Causeway, Ft. Lauderdale. 954.728.3500.
- Fulvio’s 1900. Located in Downtown Hollywood this Italian eatery will serve up just enough pasta for you to get your fill. 1900 Harrison St., Hollywood, 954.927.1900.
- La Brochette Bistro. Enjoy pan-seared seabass, filet mignon, yellow snapper and other delicious items at this cozy bistro. 2635 N. Hiatus Road, Cooper City, 954.435.9090.
- Café Boulud. The casual elegance of this restaurant will delight the senses. Take a virtual tour via their web page. 301 Australian Ave., Palm Beach, 561.655.6060.
- Sundy House. Magnificent views surround this restaurant. You may dine indoors or out. Season 9 “Top Chef” finalist Lindsay Autry is the executive chef. 106 S. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach, 561.272.5678.
- La Cigale. This upscale restaurant specializes in Mediterranean food, with Greek, French and Italian influences. 253 SE Fifth Ave., Delray Beach, 561.265.0600.
- Da Campo Osteria. This romantic spot serves Italian cuisine. 3333 NE 32 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale. 954.226.5002.
- The Addison. An architectural masterpiece built in the 1920’s, they will be open this Valentine’s Day. Click here to see their Valentine’s menu. 2 East Camino Real, Boca Raton, 561.372.0568.
- Hollywood Prime. This Four-Diamond rated steakhouse serves the finest cuts of beef. They also serve duck, lobster and Domestic Rack of Lamb. 3555 South Ocean Drive, Hollywood, 954.602.8347.
*Reservations are needed for some of the restaurants listed. Call them in advance to be certain.
This list was taken from the Sun Sentinel article written by John Tanasychuk entitled “Serving Up Romance.”