Valentine’s Day Restaurants: 10 Most Romantic Dinner Spots in Orlando

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Planning to arrange a romantic dinner for your sweetheart for Valentine’s Day 2017? Here are the 10 most romantic Valentine’s Day restaurants in Orlando where you can enjoy a delicious Valentine’s Day dinner.

10 Most Romantic Orlando Restaurants

Dragonfly Robata

Indulge in the branzino crudo and Chilean seabass at this place. In addition to the à la carte menu it also has  a five-course prix-fixe for two from February 10 to 14.

Price: $85.00, not including tax and gratuity.

Tony Roma’s

This newly renovated restaurant has a special Valentine’s Day menu consisting of a three-course menu including one starter, one entrée, and one dessert from February 8 to 14.

Price: $30.00

The Cowfish

This cavernous restaurant has a fun-loving environment with number of attractions like a saltwater aquarium filled with live cowfish. This place has the best sushi and burgers in town. You must definitely try The Cowfish’s specialty—The All-American Bacon Double Cheeseburgooshi Roll.

Kres Chophouse

This dark and romantic restaurant has quality dining located near the Amway Center, as well as dancing and live music at nearby nightclubs. They offer a mixed grill menu at this place, which includes filet mignon, garlic shrimp, and double lamb chop served with asparagus and decadent three-cheese au gratin. After dinner, head out for a romantic stroll around Lake Eola Park.

California Grill

This restaurant located on the 15th floor of Disney’s Contemporary Resort has huge windows that give an incredible view of the Disney landscape. The menu and atmosphere at California Grill is perfect for Valentine’s Day. The vast menu includes seafood, sushi, desserts, and other specialties like oak-fired filet of beef with heirloom tomato risotto, petite basil, baby vine tomatoes, and tomato butter.

Maxine’s on Shine

At Maxine’s on Shine, you can get cozy and cuddle up with your partner while enjoying a bottle of wine and a bowl of drunken mussels in butter garlic sauce and listen to live jazz music.

1921 by Norman Van Aken

Indulge in a four-course prix fixe meal at this restaurant with dishes such as pork belly, short ribs, Florida cobia, and more.

Price: $75.00 per person with an optional four-course wine pairing for $35.00.

Soco Thornton Park

The warm, romantic dining room also has a lively patio and the food they prepare is exquisite. Specialties include boiled peanut hummus, mac-and-cheese croquettes, and chicken and dumplings that infuse the latter with lobster.


This glitzy restaurant in the Four Seasons Resort Orlando has a lip-smacking cuisine and creative cocktails which can be enjoyed along with romantic firework displays from the balcony. The duck breast, halibut, and porterhouse for two are mouth-watering. Don’t miss the Argentine malbec.

The Venetian Chop House

This award-winning restaurant has delectable food and dining here is an exceptional experience. Specialties include flaky, buttery puff pastry over a creamy lobster bisque, slow-braised bison short ribs, Tahitian vanilla-bean crème brûlée, Grand Marnier soufflé, and bittersweet chocolate mousse.



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