The Magic City is full of fancy places to eat, but a date is a special occasion. With these places you will not leave anything to chance
A romantic dinner must take care of all the details.
InMiami there are plenty of places to go for dinner. But going out to dinner on any given night is not the same as enjoying a romantic dinner. You have to think about all the details and know what you want. Do you prefer an intimate and complicit environment for conversation? Or maybe a spectacular view of the bay as the backdrop for your first kiss?
The Magic Cityhas something for everyone. It's hard to disappoint when there are so many good options. But a romantic dinner demands a little more. It is not enough simply not to disappoint: one wants to impress. Pick one of these five restaurants and you can't go wrong:
Ariete exudes romance all around. (Ariete)
This dark restaurant with low ceilings and a menu made for sharing exudes romance on all sides. Ariete, in Coconut Grove, also offers the opportunity for something special: a private room on the ground floor, known as La Cava. p>
Where: 3540 Main Hwy, Coconut Grove, FL 33133 – (786) 615-3747
Tropezón, an Andalusian-inspired restaurant on Española Way. (Stumbling)
An Andalusian-inspired restaurant, with a rustic charm and complicit lighting, in a cozy dining room that borders on the narrow. Grab a window seat, eat a few slices of the huge leg of Iberico ham that hangs behind the bar, and enjoy the evening watching the bustle of Española Way.
Where: 512 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, FL 33139 – (305) 763-8523
3. La Mar
La Mar's arroz chaufa (fried rice) is delicious. (The Sea)
At La Mar , the Peruvian cuisine of chef Diego Oka and the sparkling view of the Brickell skyline are inseparable. This is one of the few places in Miami where the food is not sacrificed at the expense of the scenery. Cocktail options are plentiful and the delicate ceviche is second to none.
Where: 500 Brickell Key Dr, Miami, FL 33131 – (305) 913- 8358
Lagniappe is an ideal place for a more uninhibited dinner. (Lagniappe)
For more uninhibited and casual dining, this mix of abandoned backyard and vintage fair, complete with bistro lighting and coffee tables, creates just the right romantic setting. Food is ordered at the counter, so you'll be out early from the hassle of billing and can quietly enjoy the rest of your date. To chat and enjoy live jazz you can sit on one of the indoor sofas.
Where: 3425 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137 – ( 305) 576-0108
Carbone is so exclusive that just getting a table will make you look good. (Carbone)
Getting a reservation at this upscale South Beach restaurant already puts you in the lead; the rest is easy. Carbone is elegant and welcoming, with classic Italian dishes. Ample booth seating is perfect for a couple's dinner.
Where: 49 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139