Plan The Perfect Valentine's Day In Miami

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By: Shayne Benowitz

Miami’s Most Romantic Happenings for Valentine’s Day

We’ve searched high and low for the most romantic Valentine’s Day happenings in Miami so you can plan the perfect evening with the one you love. Read on for inspiration from a romantic jazz concert to a sunset kayak and bonfire.

Moonlight & Music Valentine’s Day Concert at Deering Estate

Celebrate your love at a Valentine's Day concert under the stars at the foot of beautiful Biscayne Bay at the historic Deering Estate. Pack a picnic blanket and lawn chairs and enjoy the musical stylings of Trinidadian-born artist Keba with her fusion of sensual pop, R&B and soul with opening act Sir Portela. Food is available to purchase onsite. Doors open at 7 p.m., concert begins at 8 p.m. Tickets from $35 per person.

Dinner & Flamenco Show at Bellmont Spanish Restaurant

Experience the passion of flamenco over a four-course Valentine's Day dinner at Bellmont Spanish Restaurant in Coral Gables for Valentine’s Day. A bottle of cava or a pitcher of sangria to set the mood comes with the price of admission. From $150-$195 per couple.

Romantic Sunset Kayak, Paddleboard Tour & Bonfire

For the sporty, outdoor-loving couple, head to the Virginia Key Outdoor Center on Valentine’s Day for a romantic sunset kayak or paddleboard tour from 5:40 p.m. to 7:40 p.m. followed by a beach bonfire. Take in the stunning sights of the sunset over Miami’s skyline on tranquil Biscayne Bay. Afterwards, cozy up together by the fire where s’mores and chocolate covered strawberries will be provided. BYOB. Reservations required.

Vizcaya Late: Valentine’s Remix

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens invites you to dive into the darker side of love during their after hours Vizcaya Late: Valentine’s Remix party starting at 6p.m. Tour the historic estate and explore the salacious rumors of Vizcaya’s own millionaire bachelor James Deering, share a bottle of wine by the bay or heat up the dance floor with mini salsa lessons by the Salsa Ninjas. You can also enjoy tales of bad dates and breakups from RAW Storytelling and a special exhibit curated by Love Lost, Miami. $10 per person.

An Evening Under the Stars with Emily Estefan at Peacock Park

The 57th annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival kicks off on Valentine’s Day with An Evening Under the Stars featuring Emily Estefan at Peacock Park kicking off at 6p.m. The daughter of Miami’s own Gloria and Emilio Estefan, Emily is making waves in her own solo career and promises a wonderful show. 6 p.m. $50 per couple.

Miami International Jazz Fest

What’s more romantic than jazz? Head to the Manuel Artime Performing Arts Center on Valentine’s Day at 7p.m. (and on February 15) for the annual Miami International Jazz Fest. Friday evening features Joe Bataan and his Barrio Boys with Ramiro Aguirre, while Saturday night showcases Danilo Perez, Trio Yamit Lemoine and the Vinyl Blvd. From $30 per person.

The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover at Faena Theater

For a sultry Valentine’s Day dinner theater cabaret, head to Faena Theater for The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover. Billed as an intoxicating revenge tragedy, the immersive production is set at Le Hollondais restaurant where you’ll become a part of the show. A three-course meal by James Beard Award-winning chef and Miami icon Michelle Bernstein is served, as well as craft cocktails. From $103.

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