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Forget Valentine’s Day Dinner — Here are 8 Great Spots to Enjoy Valentine’s Day Brunch in South Florida

Because bottomless mimosas trump set menus any day of the week.

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There’s no denying that going out for dinner on Valentine’s Day is the worst. Between the limited prix-fix menus and two tops as far as the eye can see, it’s hard to think of it more than a overpriced, forced night out.

But since Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday this year, why not hit up brunch with your S.O. instead of the stuffy dinner? Or take out your friends for a boozy, love-filled meal? Because there’s no better way to celebrate a Hallmark holiday than with bottomless mimosas and pancakes, and we’ve found eight delicious spots to do just that.

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Devon Seafood + Steak

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Its popular Sunday brunch is getting the Valentine’s Day treatment this year. Aptly dubbed the “Hugs & Fishes” Valentine’s Day brunch it features basically any dish your heart could desire for your Valentine’s Day brunching pleasure along with mimosas and half-priced wine, of course.
Devon Seafood + Steak

Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails

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We can’t think of anything more romantic than chicken and waffles with a side of bottomless rose. If you come from the same school of thought as we do, head to Hyde Beach for its special Valentine’s Day themed brunch. For $50 you can get all the fried chicken and waffles you can get your hands on, along with other dishes, of course, like blueberry pancakes and thick-cut bacon, and tack on the bottomless rose for just $30 more.
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La Feria del Mercado de San Miguel

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Valentine’s Day also happens to be this Spanish pop-up’s last day in its Bayfront Park location. But instead of breaking up on a bad note, the hybrid restaurant and market is going out with an all-day party that includes brunch, special Valentine’s Day themed cocktails, live music and Spanish fans for the ladies. Proving breaking up on Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be so bad after all.

Nikki Beach Miami

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Apparently, Nikki Beach has been making love connections since its inception in 1998. (Nothing says romance more than scantily dressed people soaking up the beach and booze, right?) And if you visit on Valentine’s Day and share your Nikki Beach love story you might just win your brunch on the house. But if not, you’ll still have plenty of eye candy to go with your brunch buffet feast.
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Shooters Waterfront

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For those looking for a laid-back Valentine’s Day option, grab a table at Shooter’s Waterfront in Downtown Ft. Lauderdale for its special Valentine’s Day brunch featuring all-you-can drink mimosas, red velvet pancakes and some killer waterfront views.
Shooter's Waterfront

Driftwood Room

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Chopped chef Alex Guarnaschelli is taking her whack at Valentine’s Day at her newly opened Driftwood Room with her take on a Valentine’s Day themed brunch. Included is an a la carte menu with items like passion fruit donuts, avocado toast, and grilled shrimp, along with bottomless rose for $25 and a DJ setting the errrr — mood (?) — in the background.
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The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove, Miami

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Valentine’s Day happens to fall on the same weekend as the Coconut Grove Arts Festival, which makes the Ritz Carlton’s Coconut Grove location the perfect pit stop in your weekend plans. Swing by its “Art of Love” brunch and for $85 a person munch on a whole brunch spread that includes everything from waffles to seafood, and wash it down with bottomless mimosas, Bloody Mary’s and plenty of bubbles. Plus complimentary tickets to the actual festival AND free valet parking at the hotel, so you can check out the art fair after (which is basically worth more than gold in the Grove that weekend.)
Ritz Carlton Coconut Grove

Verde at Pérez Art Museum Miami

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Consider it Valentine’s Day for the artsy set. Hit up Verde inside PAMM for a Valentine’s Day brunch filled with dishes like Carbonara pizza and crudo and then stick around to check out museum’s rather impressive art collection — it’s like a built in two-in-one date.
Verde

Devon Seafood + Steak

Its popular Sunday brunch is getting the Valentine’s Day treatment this year. Aptly dubbed the “Hugs & Fishes” Valentine’s Day brunch it features basically any dish your heart could desire for your Valentine’s Day brunching pleasure along with mimosas and half-priced wine, of course.
Devon Seafood + Steak

Hyde Beach Kitchen + Cocktails

We can’t think of anything more romantic than chicken and waffles with a side of bottomless rose. If you come from the same school of thought as we do, head to Hyde Beach for its special Valentine’s Day themed brunch. For $50 you can get all the fried chicken and waffles you can get your hands on, along with other dishes, of course, like blueberry pancakes and thick-cut bacon, and tack on the bottomless rose for just $30 more.
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La Feria del Mercado de San Miguel

Valentine’s Day also happens to be this Spanish pop-up’s last day in its Bayfront Park location. But instead of breaking up on a bad note, the hybrid restaurant and market is going out with an all-day party that includes brunch, special Valentine’s Day themed cocktails, live music and Spanish fans for the ladies. Proving breaking up on Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be so bad after all.

Nikki Beach Miami

Apparently, Nikki Beach has been making love connections since its inception in 1998. (Nothing says romance more than scantily dressed people soaking up the beach and booze, right?) And if you visit on Valentine’s Day and share your Nikki Beach love story you might just win your brunch on the house. But if not, you’ll still have plenty of eye candy to go with your brunch buffet feast.
Miami and the Beaches

Shooters Waterfront

For those looking for a laid-back Valentine’s Day option, grab a table at Shooter’s Waterfront in Downtown Ft. Lauderdale for its special Valentine’s Day brunch featuring all-you-can drink mimosas, red velvet pancakes and some killer waterfront views.
Shooter's Waterfront

Driftwood Room

Chopped chef Alex Guarnaschelli is taking her whack at Valentine’s Day at her newly opened Driftwood Room with her take on a Valentine’s Day themed brunch. Included is an a la carte menu with items like passion fruit donuts, avocado toast, and grilled shrimp, along with bottomless rose for $25 and a DJ setting the errrr — mood (?) — in the background.
Driftwood Room

The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove, Miami

Valentine’s Day happens to fall on the same weekend as the Coconut Grove Arts Festival, which makes the Ritz Carlton’s Coconut Grove location the perfect pit stop in your weekend plans. Swing by its “Art of Love” brunch and for $85 a person munch on a whole brunch spread that includes everything from waffles to seafood, and wash it down with bottomless mimosas, Bloody Mary’s and plenty of bubbles. Plus complimentary tickets to the actual festival AND free valet parking at the hotel, so you can check out the art fair after (which is basically worth more than gold in the Grove that weekend.)
Ritz Carlton Coconut Grove

Verde at Pérez Art Museum Miami

Consider it Valentine’s Day for the artsy set. Hit up Verde inside PAMM for a Valentine’s Day brunch filled with dishes like Carbonara pizza and crudo and then stick around to check out museum’s rather impressive art collection — it’s like a built in two-in-one date.
Verde

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