Oh, baby, baby, where will we to applaud Valentine’s Day?
You’ve got a options, baby, given everybody from Mickey D’s to Café Margaux will be open for your dining pleasure, though unless you’re formulation to use a drive-thru for your dinner, we might wish to get job in those reservations.
There will be tons of folks — about a entertain of a race of a United States, according to National Restaurant Association total — eating during restaurants that day, and all a good tables will shortly be gone.
Valentine’s Day takes second place usually to Mother’s Day as a favorite holiday for dining out, and restaurants are gay to offer special menus for your pleasure. Here are a few suggestions:
Make it Margaux
Award-winning Café Margaux, 220 Brevard Ave., Cocoa Village, is tops on a list of regretful restaurants in Brevard County. This swain of a place will be bustling with sweeties come Feb. 14, though not to worry, for owners Alex Litras has solemnly supposing copiousness of dining choice via a day, with seatings starting during noon.
Margaux’s Afternoon Menu, that is a la carte, includes treats such as appetizers of pile crab cake with Dijon hop aioli, second courses a like of French goat cheese rolled in Macadamias glassy with lavender sugar and an orange white balsamic dressing. Main courses embody spice-rubbed primary filet mignon and frail peppered grouper surfaced with a pile crab cake, among others.
Afternoon seatings are during noon, 1, 2 and 3 p.m.
Café Margaux will also offer a four-course cooking during 5 and 8 p.m. on Valentine’s Day. Course selections are extensive, so it is best to check margaux.com for a full menu.
Cost is $95 per guest.
Reservations are a clear must. Call 321-639-8343.
Viva Valentine’s Day!
Add a small Latin piquancy to your Valentine’s Day festivities with a special cooking during Latin Flavor, 1565 Sarno Road, Melbourne.
For $39.99 per couple, we can suffer your choice of salmon in mustard sauce, churrasco or camarones al ajillo, and salad, bread, dessert and a potion of sangria or wine.
Latin Flavor will offer this special menu from 4 to 9 p.m. Valentine’s Day.
Reservations are recommended. Call 321-604-6800.
Bring your baby to a Bistro
Palm Shores Bistro, 5060 U.S. 1, Palm Shores, will be portion a lovers’ menu until 10 p.m. Valentine’s Day. The regretful cooking for dual includes appetizers to share such as pressed mushrooms, salad for any and choice of entrees such as filet with Gulf shrimp, diver scallops in a hop cream salsa and pig handle osso bucco.
You’ll any get a potion of wine, and dessert to share for $89 per couple.
Love is in a air, and drink is on a list Valentine’s Day during Playalinda Brewing Company’s Brix Project, 5220 S. Washington Ave., Titusville.
Playalinda will applaud Valentine’s Day with a drink cooking that starts during 7 p.m. The four-course menu, interconnected with poetic Playalinda beers, facilities Oyster Rockefeller, soup and salad, slow-roasted lamb chops with red mole and pasillas pepper, and dim chocolate vigourous cake.
Cost is $75 per person, singular to 50 guests. Call 321-567-5974 or revisit playalindabrewingcompany.com.
Gotta adore that Pompano
The menu is rarely regretful on Valentine’s Day during Pompano Grill, 110 N. Brevard Ave., Cocoa Beach, where a special four-course menu awaits. The options are too many to list, though there is all from primary filet of beef in a Barolo rebate to fish of a day in a mango Margarita marinade.
Price is $75 per guest. Reservations are a must. Call 321-784-9005. For more, revisit pompanogrill.com.
A Valentine’s Day Paradiso
For a celestial Valentine’s Day dinner, conduct to Alfredo’s Paradiso newly open kitchen during 1450 N. Courtenay Pkwy., Suite 17, Merritt Island. Watch Chef Alfredo Giulio work his sorcery as we suffer a four-course booze cooking that facilities Bollito Genovese, short-rib-stuffed ravioli, turkey breast drizzled with an expresso vanilla balsamic and chocolate lava cake.
Tax and wages is enclosed in a $100 cost. Reserve by job 321-317-8447 or during alfredoparadisokitchen.com.
Toast a Turtle
Green Turtle Market and Grapevine Café, 855 E. Eau Gallie Blvd., Melbourne, will horde a Valentine’s Dinner Celebration with a menu that includes champagne-poached pea and golden beet salad; choice of furious fungus bisque or Maine lobster sherry bisque; choice of Macadamia bulb crusted seabass, grilled Colorado lamb chops; coffee-chili crusted beef tenderloin, Iberian fry pig tenderloin; butternut squish ravioli ;broiled lobster tail and surf-and territory special.
The dish also includes dual sides, and dessert such as vanilla crème brulee, tawny chocolate hazelnut torte and others.
Cost is $59.99 per guest, and beverages, taxation and gratuity. Reservations are a must. Call 321-773-2001. For more, see greenturtlemarket.com.
Seatings are during 5 and 7 p.m. for a Valentine’s Day cooking during Chef Larry’s Café, 1111 S. Washington Ave., Titusville.
At $25 per guest, a prix fixe menu includes tawny she-crab tomato with shrimp soup, residence churned greens and choice of filet of beef with a shitake fungus Madeira sauce, Maine lobster, shrimp and crab lasagna, duck breast coconut with an apricot almond salsa or grilled lamb chops with a garlic packet preserve demi-glaze.
Add a decadent dessert for an additional $6.
Reservations are a must.at 321-368-9123. For some-more information, revisit cheflarrysspice.com.
Dine and dance during La Cita
La Cita Country Club, 777 Country Club Drive, Titusville, final year non-stop a grill to a ubiquitous public. For Valentine’s Day, La Cita offers cooking and dancing with seating accessible from 5:30 until 9 p.m.
Enjoy some bubbly for aperitif before streamer to a initial march of lobster, crab and shrimp panache, followed by Salad Amore with hearts of palm, artichoke hearts, strawberries, heirloom cherry tomatoes and lots of other goodies. For a categorical event, name from horseradish-crusted grouper with corn and clam chowder, duck en croute with morel mousseline and Madeira sauce, classical beef Diane or chateaubriand for two. The culmination is a Chocolate Reveal for two.
Cost is $75 per guest. Reserve during 321-383-2582, prolongation 1. For some-more details, see lacitacc.com.
Dinner by a Ocean 302
Ocean 302, 302 Ocean Ave. in Melbourne Beach, will offer a unchanging menu on Valentine’s Day, and afterwards some. That evening, guest can suffer Au Champagne Scallops for appetizers, categorical entrees of Chilean sea bass, clams and PEI mussels, Colorado venison shelve and a 32-ounce True Love Porterhouse for Two before streamer to a Midnight Fantasy dessert of chocolate cake, malted divert chocolate ganache, bittersweet chocolate mousse and cocoa caramel meringue. The Valentine’s Day menu is a la carte.
Reserve during 321-802-5728. See ocean302.com for some-more information.
cuiZine on Valentine’s Day
As with Ocean 302, cuiZine, 1790 State Road A1A, Satellite Beach, will benefaction a special a la grant menu for Valentine’s Day. Appetizers embody escargot and foie gras, while among choices for entrees are an eight-ounce broiled Florida lobster tail, stately crusted branzino, roller territory and pan-seared U-10 scallops. Among a dessert selections is a creme brulee contingent and flourless pomegranate chocolate cake.
Reserve during 321-779-3605. See a full menu during cuizinerestaurant.com.
Dinner by a sea
Dine by a sea on Valentine’s Day if we name BG’s Surfside Grill and Adventure during Sebastian Inlet State Park, 9700 S. State Road A1A, Melbourne Beach.
Dinner will be served from 6 to 8:30 p.m. At $40 per guest, a dish encompasses shrimp cocktail, salad, salmon with rice and asparagus or duck marsala, and red velvet cake and champagne. Price includes park admission.
For reservations, call 321-724-5424. Visit bgsurfsidegrillandadventures.com for some-more information.
Start celebrating early
If we wish to get a conduct start on Valentine’s Day, conduct to Downtown Produce, 7856 Ellis Road, Melbourne, where we can share your adore of booze during giveaway tastings from 11:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 9 and 10. Enjoy wine, food, beer, chocolate and more. Hey, no reservations are needed!
Call 321-308-0275 or revisit downtownproduce.com.