With prime locations in Istanbul, London and Hollywood, it’s no surprise that Cecconi’s Miami Beach offers world-class dining. Situated on the 15th floor of Miami’s Viceroy Hotel, 15th & Vine Kitchen and Bar offers over-the-top American fare with a dash of Latin influence. The Rusty Pelican’s salty sailor name belies its status as a beautiful, 40-year-old Miami waterfront institution. Miami practically invented the term “gilding the lily.” It’s no surprise, then, that the city is home to some of the most elegant, extravagant and exquisite romantic dining spots in the country.

Situated inside the lobby of a former bank, this Italian bistro defines “casual romantic dining.” Moody lighting, a genuine Italian waitstaff, and mismatched tables and chairs all combine for a truly unique atmosphere. Located in one of Miami’s unassuming county parks, this romantic waterfront eatery offers excellent views of Biscayne Bay. Couples will appreciate the many creative and shareable eats that border on decadent — think bacon-wrapped dates and squid ink fettuccini. This three-hour guided tour of Miami’s Art Deco district stops at up to seven restaurants and explores the corresponding history behind every food sample.

What’s more, the polished marble floors and modern furnishings are situated behind rows of floor-to-ceiling windows with fantastic views of downtown Miami. The large upstairs terrace offers some of the best views of downtown Miami, particularly at sunset.

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