Overlooking the Jupiter Lighthouse, 1000 North is a great setting for a romantic meal. During the entire month of February, the restaurant is offering a specialty Pretty in Pink cocktail made with Crème de Cacao White Liqueur, Crème de Noyaux, and heavy whipping cream, garnished with a hot pink sugar rim, grated nutmeg, and a pink macaron. During dinner service (from 5 to 9 p.m.) on February 14 only, 1000 North will also present a specialty dessert titled My Heart, inclusive of chocolate cake, vanilla Bavarian cream, cherry compote, and vanilla crunch.
Inside The Seagate Hotel in Delray Beach, the Atlantic Grille will present an array of Valentine’s Day specials, including lobster bisque, a gin and beet salmon crudo, fettucine carbonara, Wagyu surf and turf, and a chocolate fondue dessert bar.
Love is on tap at Blackbird Modern Asian in Jupiter. Beginning at 4 p.m. on February 14, Blackbird will offer a four-course menu that starts with edamame and continues with a choice of appetizer, entrée, and dessert from a prix fixe selection. The menu costs $75 per person, excluding tax and gratuity.
At The Brazilian Court hotel on Palm Beach, Café Boulud will transport diners to the City of Love on February 14. Available from 5:30 to 10 p.m., a special three-course menu includes a curated selection of appetizers, entrées, and desserts. The meal will kick off with canapes, as well as a variety of shellfish and caviar available at an additional fee. The special menu costs $224 per person plus tax and gratuity.
On Valentine’s Day, head up to Jupiter and dig into culinary delights at the Charlie & Joe’s at Love Street dining complex. Beacon and Topside at the Beacon will offer specialty creations including the Between the Sheets cocktail, a gin sour infused with raspberry and lemon; roasted oysters; lobster agnolotti; the Love, Lamb, and Lobster entrée, featuring a lamb rack, poached lobster, and sweet corn succotash; and the Petals of Passion dessert, comprising raspberry-rose sorbet, cheesecake bites, and lychee. Patrons at Lucky Shuck can take advantage of a $95 three-course meal, featuring a selection of appetizers and entrées, plus a slice of strawberry red velvet cake for dessert.
An Atlantic Avenue favorite, City Oyster in Delray Beach will celebrate Valentine’s Day with a special lobster risotto paired with a half-bottle of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne for $68.
For a day date with a cultural bent, visit the Cornell Café at the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach. On February 14, the café will offer a $14 lunch special for two, inclusive of two mimosas, two egg rolls or veggie spring rolls, two shumai (shrimp dumplings) or veggie dumplings, and two pieces of veggie or California sushi rolls.
At locations in Delray Beach and West Palm Beach, Elisabetta’s will present a Valentine’s Day special of cacio e pepe for $19.
Inside the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach, Florie’s by chef Mauro Colagreco will host live music and dining experiences in its restaurant/terrace or—for more privacy—inside a beachfront cabana. At Florie’s proper, savor a three-course menu inspired by the sunlight romance of the Mediterranean. The meal is priced at $215 per person, and tables can be booked here. The private cabana dinner features a four-course meal for two, inclusive of a glass of Champagne. The experience is priced at $620 per person and can be booked here.
The Hilton West Palm Beach’s Galley restaurant will host a five-course wine dinner beginning at 6 p.m. February 14. Winemakers from Prisoner Wine Company will present selections from their vineyard, all paired with handcrafted dishes and enjoyed under the stars. Live music will round out the experience. Book your table here.
From February 8 through Valentine’s Day, The Hampton Social in Delray Beach is offering a Perfect Pair special, inclusive of two glasses of rosé and a full order of oysters for $30.
Also in Delray Beach, Le Colonial will present a Valentine’s Day menu February 14 from 4 to 10 p.m. After a special amuse bouche, diners will select from one small plate or raw bar item, one large plate, and one dessert. Prices start at $115 per person.
In Boca Raton, Louie Bossi’s will present a special tagliarini al limone (with fresh-cut tagliarini pasta, Meyer lemon, mascarpone, yellow tomatoes, parmigiana, chopped pistachios, and basil) for $20.
Palm Beach’s Lola 41 is offering one-night-only dinner specials beginning at 5 p.m. February 14. Think: flounder crudo, grilled hangar steak with shrimp escabeche, and mocha brownie à la mode. Diners are also privy to two cocktail specials: Love or Lust. Love consists of vanilla vodka, blood orange, coconut, lemon, and a pink sugar rim, while Lust is a mix of mescal, blood orange, Thai chili, lime, and agave with a citrus chili rim.
Okeechobee Steakhouse will boast an array of Valentine’s options at its West Palm Beach outpost as well as its family of restaurants across the county. At Okeechobee Steakhouse, order the Tomahawk and Tails for Two special inclusive of a sliced tomahawk steak, two 5-ounce lobster tails, choice of potato and house salad (each), and two glasses of Champagne. Lewis Steakhouse in Jupiter will feature an 8-ounce Australian Wagyu filet mignon served with red wine demi-glace, truffle foie gras, and garlic whipped potatoes. At Lewis Prime Grill in Loxahatchee, couples can indulge in surf and turf for two, with prime rib, butter-poached shrimp skewer, and cheesy hasselback potatoes. Finally, Okeechobee Prime Meat Market in West Palm Beach is offering three specials including the Tender Hearts package, the Savory Strip package, and the Porterhouse Back at Your House package.
At Julien Gremaud’s newest restaurant in West Palm Beach, patrons can partake in a Valentine’s Day dining experience that will begin with a glass of Champagne. The meal will also include wood-fire grilled oysters and a caprese salad with Kai-Kai Farm heirloom tomatoes. The second course will be Maine Lobster à la nage, followed by Wagyu beef short rib with freshly shaved black truffle. End the evening with a his and hers dessert duo. The meal is priced at $275 per person plus tax and gratuity.
Make a French connection this Valentine’s Day at Pistache in West Palm Beach. Chef de Cuisine Mike Burgio has crafted a three-course menu of established favorites and decadent specials designed to ignite passion. Highlights include salmon tartare, short rib risotto, foie gras torchon (a $20 add-on), bouillabaisse, steak frites, coq au vin, chocolate lava cake, and strawberry cheesecake. The meal costs $98 per person plus tax and gratuity, with seatings starting at 5:30 p.m.
Craving something sweet? From February 13-15, The Salty at The Square in West Palm Beach will offer heart-shaped versions of its traditional glazed doughnut as well as a special strawberry white chocolate heart doughnut. Users of The Salty app can also order the “I <3 U” doughnut pack. And, on February 14, floral vendors will be at The Salty to create flower arrangements between the hours of 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.
If you’re in the mood for sushi this Valentine’s Day, swing by Saiko-I in Boca Raton, which will offer a spicy tuna biscuit (spicy tuna, jalapeño, wasabi mayo, and eel sauce atop a crispy rice cracker) for $14.
At Sushi by Bou in Boca Raton, visitors can savor a 12-course omakase dinner and a signature Sashi BouQuet featuring tuna, hamachi, toro, salmon, red sea bream, and uni. At Sushi by Bou in Boca Raton and inside PGA National Resort in Palm Beach Gardens, patrons can experience Caviar and Bubbles Bliss, a $150 package inclusive of an ounce of caviar served with uni, marinated salmon roe, and toro paired with a chilled bottle of Champagne.