5 Places to Consider on Valentine’s Day

La Nouvelle Maison: Arturo Gismondi’s ode to sophisticated French fare guarantees an evening to remember. Menu highlights include twice cooked Jurgielewicz Farms duckling, Holland Dover sole, roasted rack of lamb—and artistic dessert creations (like the soufflé) that have to be seen to be believed. (455 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton, 561.338.3003)

Caffe Luna Rosa: A regular on any list of the most romantic restaurants in south Palm Beach County, this beachfront favorite brings classic Italian cuisine to life with high-quality ingredients and attention to detail (pastas are all made fresh daily). Think pollo piccata, linguine vongole, eggplant rollatini, cheese ravioli—and a wine list that goes on for weeks. (34 S. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach, 561.274.9404)

Oceans 234: Thanks to the vision of owner Danielle Rosse, this oceanfront gem continues to delight with a menu that pleases fine-dining and casual palates alike. Preparation of the fresh seafood always is a highlight—as is the popular lobster mac-n-cheese. (234 N. Ocean Blvd., Deerfield Beach, 954.428.2539)

New York Prime: The renowned steak house has been destination dining for more than two decades. The USDA Prime steaks are aged 28 days and cooked to perfection. (2350 Executive Center Drive, Boca Raton, 561.998.3881)

Cafe Maxx: The accolades never cease for Darrel Broek and Oliver Saucy’s renowned fine-dining establishment, and with good reason. The ever-changing menu delivers one original culinary creation after another; recent holiday courses included peanut and sesame-seared yellowfin tuna; Asian-glazed black Atlantic sea bass; three peppercorn-crusted filet mignon; and orange and pomegranate elk chop with caramelized apple risotto. (2601 E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, 954.782.0606)


Cross-posted from Lifestyle Media Group: lmgfl.com/five-places-consider-valentines-day/



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