Candlelight and Ocean Views: Miami's Ten Most Romantic Restaurants
What's more romantic than a view of the full moon over Miami? We're thinking not much. Which is why Juvia makes our list. Gorgeous views, vertical gardens filled with pink blooms, and white furnishings that complement rather than compete with the atmosphere. The menu is a jumble of Asian, South American, and French cuisines, and the service can be spotty. Just order some cocktails and gaze adoringly into each other's eyes. The restaurant, your date, and the scenery are all beautiful -- that's all that counts.
Voted 2011's best expensive Italian restaurant, Cioppino is going to cost you. But that's the price you pay for the fresh seafood stew ($38) for which the restaurant is named. Which is nothing compared to the porterhouse steak, which will set you back $68. But can you really put a price on a gorgeous, exclusive setting and an after-dinner walk on a secluded moonlit beach? We didn't think so.