Show your love with food: Save on great Broward restaurants this Valentine’s Day with chance to win V-Day contest!
Valentine’s Day is here. That means picking out the right token of love for that special someone and finding the right place to go for your evening on the town. When it comes to culinary connections, BrowardNETOnline.com has you covered. Here are a few local hotspots that might be just the right touch for that love connection. To top it off, all these restaurants have gift certificates available at 50-65% off at www.premierdiningflorida.com. Use promo code “SWEETHEART10” at checkout for an additional 10 percent off.
Readers: The 15th person to comment below this story with the most romantic thing their sweetheart has done for them will win a $25 gift certificate to Lola’s on Harrison courtesy of BrowardNETOnline.com and PremierDiningFlorida.com.
Opened in 1997, this neighborhood locale has become a favorite for the after-work crowd looking for a happy hour destination. But with a top wine bar (with over 50 wines by the glass) and exceptional dining selections, it also is a great place to take a date, followed by a nice stroll by the Intracoastal or a quick hop to catch an IMAX movie. Himmarshee Bar & Grille is located at 210 Southwest 2nd Street, Ft. Lauderdale. For more information, call
Strolling down Las Olas with the love of your life (or of the night) and looking for a place to grab a bite to eat while still enjoying the social scene? Mango’s is the place to be. Sure to be packed and buzzing with live music, Mango’s features a high class clientele but in a more personable setting. Choose from entrees like Seafood Lasagna and Chicken Puff Pie to Veggies al Forno and Mahi Mahi. Mango’s is located at 904 East Las Olas Boulevard, Ft. Lauderdale. For more information, call
Seeking classic yet elegant? Then Bistro Mezzaluna is the place to be. Whether you crave seafood, Osso Bucco, veal, crab cakes or even chicken, they are sure to have something to tempt your taste buds. And while the Italian food is fanastic, be sure to finish off with one of eight desserts such as crème bruelee or chocolate soufflé sure to put you in a romantic mood. Bistro Mezzaluna is located at 741 Southeast 17th Street. For more information, call
Talk about romantic! With dimmed lighting, this locale presents delectable Thai food creations in an intimate setting. Open for 20 years, Thai Spice has been rated one of the best restaurants in Fort Lauderdale. Step inside its glowing ambiance with intimate tables and romantic atmosphere. Thai Spice is located at 1514 East Commercial Blvd., Oakland Park. For more information, call
Does your sweetheart get excited over authentic Japanese food? Then take them to Japango’s in Boca for taste bud titillation. Known for doing sushi right, owner Kevin Lee has 15 years experience in preparing tantalizing Asian food. Share a sushi platter, the Charred Red Miso Sea Bass served with a butter ponzu sauce accompanied by wok tossed noodles and then wander over to the lounge and martini bar to share to sake, wine and other drinks from a full bar. Japango is located at 3011 Yamato Rd. A-14, Boca. For more information, call 561-999-1263.
Centrally located right in Downtown Hollywood, Lola’s on Harrison is reasonably priced with great tasting contemporary American cuisine. Named one of the best restaurants in South Broward, Lola’s embodies comfort food in a stylish atmosphere. After dinner, stroll along Harrison St. and Hollywood Blvd hand in hand with your significant other to complete a great evening out while window-shopping, or even splurging. Lola’s on Harrison is located at 2032 Harrison St., Hollywood. Call
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looks like I’m number one, but oh well…The most romantic thing my husband ever did for me was proposing from the rose garden overlooking Cinderella’s castle!!!
wonder what number I am in the contest for Lola’s
My husband proposed to me with a ring that he bought by selling his race bike. He went with me on a trip I won and proposed to the theme song from GHOST on a bridge in Naples where he craved our intials.TWe meet on a blind date on Feb 10, 1989 and we have three wonderful children.
During our 2nd valentine’s day together, my husband (then boyfriend) and I were pretty low on funds. I wasn’t expecting us to do anything, but I came home from work and there were candles everywhere (he purchased a whole bag at the dollar store), there were construction paper hearts hanging from the ceiling and construction paper footprints that led around the room to little cute notes like “I’m nuts about you” next to a bag of peanuts. He made me a card out of construction paper that had a beautiful poem he wrote about us. I think everything cost him $5. It was the sweetest and most romantic experience of my life.
About 16 years ago, a year after my husband and I were dating my husband brought me a tattoo drawing he design himself and a gnome card saying: ” Not hard to fall in love with you, but very hard to forgive you”…I still keep his card… I never did a tattoo, but I am still thinking about the tattoo’s proposal… We are still married!!!
My late husband and I had a tradition–every Sunday we made brunch with mimosas and hors d’ouvres laid out on the coffee table, and a rented movie. we spent hours eating and snuggling on the couch. It was a romantic way to reconnect after a long week.