Eddie RitzPalm Beach Post
Whether you've been together with that special someone for 50 days or 50 years, it takes a little planning to set the mood just right on Valentine's Day.
Of course there are roses, chocolates, promises you don't intend to keep and/or an endless loop of "Islands in the Stream," by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton, but probably the most important thing is that dining destination.
You want a restaurant with great atmosphere, great food and, if you're lucky, a great Valentine's Day price.
Here are several Palm Beach County locations that promise to give you and your love exactly what you need:
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Casa Cana, Tequesta
This north county hot spot will be offering a three-course prix fixe menu from 6 to 9 p.m. on Valentine's Day. For the appetizer there will be a choice of shishito peppers with a cilantro citrus crema or pork belly with mashed plantains; entree choices are braised beef with natural juices, wood roasted vegetables and a potato-cauliflower puree or pan roasted mahi with potatoes, carrots, peppers; and finally dessert is either a churros sundae or dark chocolate mousse with raspberries, caramel and macadamia nuts.
Information: 377 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta; casacana.getbento.com
1000 NORTH, Jupiter
Valentine's Day specials at this waterfront destination will include a vodka-cured scallop crudo for $42, a crab-crusted prime rib filet for $85 and a lemon cheesecake Napoleon for $18. A special cocktail for Valentine's Day will also be available from Friday, Feb. 10 through Valentine's Day. The Goodnight Kiss is $18 and made with Tito's Vodka, strawberry cream, dark chocolate liquor, chocolate drizzle and a chocolate-covered strawberry.
Information: 1000 N. U.S. 1, Jupiter; 1000north.com
Charlie & Joe's at Love Street, Jupiter
If dinner isn't your thing, executive pastry chef Jennifer Woo has created "Be Mine" Smash Heart Boxes. Each includes a chocolate heart filled with homemade assorted candies, a wooden mallet and six chocolate-covered strawberries. They are $50 with sales through Feb. 6. Pickup is Feb. 13 and 14 from noon to 4 p.m.
Information: 1116 Love St., Jupiter; lovestreetjupiter.com
Blackbird Modern Asian, Jupiter
Inspired by the Far East, this Valentine's Day menu features a four-course, prix fixe menu with a complimentary glass of champagne. Following the amuse bouche, the first course is wok-charred edamame. For course two, guests can choose between tuna crispy rice, Thai beef satay, vegetable spring roll, spicy pork wontons or Mongolian brisket buns. Course three will feature either New York strip steak and broccoli, tamarind-glazed Faroe Island salmon, king crab fried rice with five vegetables, orange chicken or chow fun with shiitake, wild Cantonese rice noodle. Finally, for dessert, guests can pick either the ginger-raspberry s’more with toasted ginger marshmallow or banana-pineapple foster with yuzu lemon cake.
Information: 1511 N. Old Dixie Highway, Jupiter; 561-589-7505; blackbirdmodernasian.com
Brick & Barrel, Jupiter
Love your sweetheart, but also bourbon and wine? Then head over to this Abacoa eatery and everyone can be happy. Enjoy special "featured" bourbon and wine selections paired with a chef-curated menu. There will be cocktails from High West Whiskey and wines from Prisoner Wine. Five-course dinner paired with Prisoner Wine Series-$100; Five-course dinner paired with High West Series-$125; Five-course dinner paired with both wine and bourbon-$150.
Information: 1153 Town Center Drive, Jupiter; brickandbarrelpub.com
Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa, Riviera Beach
Celebrate the season of love from 5 to 10 p.m. on Valentine's Day with a three-course prix fixe menu by executive chef Jeffrey Armusik. Start with appetizers such as seared scallops with almond-chive crust, wild forest mushroom soup with Maine lobster or a roasted parsnip and carrot salad. The main course includes land and sea options including chimichurri-rubbed New York strip, seared halibut with a pineapple tequila beurre blanc, and rosemary and garlic aoili-marinated veal chop. End the meal on a sweet note with flavorful desserts by executive pastry chef Kursten Restivo, including chocolate chip cookie donuts and strawberry cream puffs. $135 per person.
Information: 3800 N. Ocean Drive, Riviera Beach; marriott.com
Almond, Palm Beach
In Palm Beach, Almond will feature a “Shades of Red” blood orange-themed Valentine’s menu. This four-course menu features hits savory and sweet notes. The first course will feature a choice of red snapper crudo or iced Beausoleil Oysters (non-meat eaters can indulge in a warm, Ricotta Ravioli). Following a winter salad, the main will be a tough choice between royal red shrimp al ajillo, shawarma-spiced rack of lamb or General Tso’s eggplant. For dessert, patrons can choose between a refreshing tropical fruit and house made yogurt drizzled with strawberries and sugar cane or a nutty pecan pie trifle featuring white chocolate pink peppercorn bark. This menu will be available on Tuesday, Feb. 14 during dinner service. $90 per person. Please note, the daily dinner menu will not be available. Reservations are highly encouraged.
Information: 207 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach; 561-355-5080; almondrestaurant.com
Elisabetta's Ristorante and Pizzeria, West Palm; Delray Beach
Elisabetta's in West Palm Beach and Delray Beach will feature four specials for Valentine's Day. The specials include smoked salmon pizza with mascarpone, chives and caviar for $28; house-dry-aged bone in filet with chanterelle and black truffle butter for $68 and grilled sea scallops with risotto milanese with a speck gremolata for $46. For dessert, there will be chocolate-glazed vanilla profiteroles $14.
Information: 185 Banyan Blvd., West Palm Beach; 32 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; elisabettas.com
Avocado Grill, West Palm Beach
Find true love in this downtown hot spot's three-course Valentine's Day special. Starting at 5 p.m. guests can choose between grilled avocado, oyster scampi, tuna tataki, beet salad, octopus, arugula salad, seared scallops and jumbo lump crabcake. For the second course, options include spiced shrimp paella, kale and farro risotto, fish tacos, glazed salmon, hanger steak, chicken paillard, braised short rib or grilled cowboy ribeye. Finally, for dessert try either avocado Nutella mousse, passion fruit cheesecake, lime ginger creme brulee, dulce de leche lava cake or berries and cream. $99 per person with glass of wine or champagne included.
Information: 125 Datura St., West Palm Beach; avocadogrillwpb.com; 561-623-0822
Planta, West Palm Beach
Celebrate true love at this plant-based and vegan restaurant with a healthy, delicious and adventurous dining experience. They will offer a three-course, prix fixe menu for $79 per person. Some selections will include plant-based caviar service, the sushi sampler, eggplant rollatini, Udon noodles with truffle, and red velvet lava cake for dessert.
Information: 700 S. Rosemary Ave., suite 142, West Palm Beach; plantarestaurants.com
City Cellar, West Palm Beach
Whether you're naughty or nice, this Valentine's Day, follow your heart and tastebuds to City Cellar, where love birds flock for swoon-worthy seafood and seductive desserts. There's the juicy eight-ounce filet and oven baked lobster tail with cheesy potato purée and asparagus at $78 for one and $150 for couples. For love potions, try the Blackberry Smash cocktail that features Woodford Reserve bourbon, blackberry, mint, and fresh lime for $14. Finally, save room for the "Don’t Go Breaking My Heart" breakable chocolate shell with chocolate sponge cake, white chocolate mousse, fresh raspberries, and raspberry sauce for $15.
Information: 700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach; https://www.citycellarwpb.com/
Galley Bar & Grill, West Palm Beach
Though this is technically the night before Valentine's Day and you could attend it with just a friend, cut me some slack, quit your crying and have a really fun time at the Galley Galentine's Day Cocktail Experience. Galley's celebrated lead mixologist Hauk Cornell will teach attendees a bit of history as well as show them how to execture variations of three signature Valentine's Day-inspired cocktails. There will also be a glass of bubbly and a 20% discount to dinner reservation. The event is 5 and 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 13. Tickets are $40 and reservation is required.
Information: 600 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach; galleywestpalmbeach.com
Grandview Public Market, West Palm Beach
The Board Babes and Jules Aron will host "An Evening of Aphrodisiacs and Charcuterie" on Valentine's Day. Jules Aron will teach you how to make her three signature cocktails, all to be served in unique stemware, while the Board Babes will instruct guests on creating the perfect charcuterie board, each to be individually wrapped to take home. In addition to the charcuterie boards, each guest will receive a goody bag with honey stirrers, a heart-shaped cookie cutter for that brie lover, an individual honey jar and jam jar and crackers, and fresh florals for design of the board. Individuals $75, couples $140.
Information: 1401 Clare Ave., West Palm Beach; theboardbabesfl.com
The Seagate Hotel & Spa, Delray Beach
Celebrate the most romantic night of the year with a romantic Prix Fixe feast, sensuous sips and a complimentary glass of champagne. Appetizer will be a choice of lobster bisque or Cupid salad (baby arugula, roasted red beets, goat cheese, pickled red onion, toasted pecans, and raspberry vinaigrette); entrees will feature either seared seabass or grilled veal chop and last, but not least, a chocolate dessert buffett with a chocolate fountain, tarts, orbs and more. $85 per person.
Information: 1000 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; seagatedelray.com
Amar Mediterranean Bistro, Delray Beach
Celebrate your amour with a special four-course tasting menu featuring a robust selection of cold and hot mezze to share like Lebanese moussaka and moudardara, entrees including grilled branzino and lamb shank, and a shared dessert for $148 per couple. Add wine pairings for an additional $50 per couple. Reservations recommended.
Information: 522 E. Atlantic Blvd., Delray Beach; https://amardelray.com/
Ember Grill at The Ray Hotel, Delray Beach
Curated by chef Vic Casanova, Ember Grill will offer a prix fixe menu featuring an amuse bouche followed by three courses. A few featured dishes on the menu include crispy potato croquettes, scallop crudo, squid ink lobster agnolotti, beef tenderloin and dark chocolate budino. $95 per person. Reservations highly recommended.
Informaton: 233 NE Second Ave., Delray Beach; therayhotel.com/dine-drink
Warren, Delray Beach
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a special prix fixe menu in addition to their regular a la carte menu. The Valentine’s Day menu will be available at $85 per person and includes three courses. Highlights include fried gnudi, beef Wellington and jumbo lump crab and sous vide swordfish. For dessert, guests can choose between milk chocolate malt or raspberry sorbet with fresh berries.
Information: 15084 Lyons Road, Delray Beach; warrendelray.com
City Oyster, Delray Beach
Valentine’s Day at City Oyster will feature several specials including toro crudo (fresh bluefin, salmon rose, jalapeno, wasabi soy vinaigrette, micro herbs) for $29; an appetiser of three seared scallps with maple bacon jam for $26; an entree featuring four grilled lamb chops for $98 and for dessert cherry chocolate cheesecake for $9.
Information: 213 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; cityoysterdelray.com
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Louie Bossi's Ristorante, Bar & Pizzeria, Boca Raton
This acclaimed Italian restaurant will be offering a Valentine's Day special of handmade pappardelle with lamb sausage ragu, fennel, San marzano and fiore sardo pecorino for $28.
Information: 100 Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton; louiebossi.com
Medi Terra, Boca Raton
From Monday, Feb. 13 through Wednesday, Feb. 15 diners can celebrate Valentine's Day with the new western Mediterranean eatery's regular menu or with two holiday specials. The dinner specials will be Paella Valencia for two, which features assorted shellfish, marinated grilled chicken, Spanish chorizo, and saffron-infused Bomba rice or Grilled Branzino for two, which includes the whole fish, de-boned tableside, served with roasted potatoes and haricots verts. Both dishes are $80. All diners will also receive a complimentary glass of sparkling rose wine, during dinner, and complimentary chocolate-covered strawberries for dessert.
Information: 301 Via De Palmas, Boca Raton: https://mediterraboca.com/; 561-367-9779
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