Miami was made for lovers, so naturally it’s full of romantic spots to take your intended. Here are the top 5.
1700 James Avenue. Miami Beach 305-673-1010
Owned by Haute-lister Miky Grendene, Casa Tua is many things: restaurant, private club, and hotel. But what it is most of all is a quaint and beautiful spot to have a quiet romantic dinner in the middle of South Beach, yet worlds away.
1111 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 305-763-8272
With sparkling city views to die for and origins in St. Barths, Juvia is about as sexy as it gets. Whether you sit inside surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows, or outside beneath a verdant vertical garden you'll feel like you have the best seat in the house. The food's pretty great too.
4385 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 786-507-7902
Forget about the fact that royals have been known to dine at their London location for years, and their LA restaurant has more boldface names at any given moment than wheels of Parmesan. This restaurant is perfect for a tête-a-tête simply because it is always alfresco and bathed in fairy lights. It doesn't hurt to be anchored in Soho Beach House either.
309 23rd St, Miami Beach 305-763-8688
Villa Azure's Garden
For some women, the fact that Olivier Martinez is a co-owner might be enough for Villa Azure to make the list. But the ambiance, which is decidedly South of France, the beautifully designed interior and the romantic garden are really what put this restaurant on the romantic map.
432 Forty First Street Miami Beach 305-538-8533
The Forge's Wine Cellar
Haute 100 Lister Shareef Malnik owns this South Beach legend, which was recently redone in lighter, more playful tones. The best place to enjoy the cuisine from Chef Dewey LoSasso is in the private wine cellar.