Figuring out where to eat on Valentine’s Day in Tampa Bay won’t prove to be difficult. I created a dining guide for Creative Loafing to help you make plans. Whether it’s with your SO, girlfriends, or yourself, there are plans for anyone and everyone.
Here’s a few off the guide:
“Bermudas Steak & Seafood Everything from artichoke hearts Françoise to heart-shaped cheese ravioli are on the dinner menu. $9-$45. Tradewinds Island Grand, 5500 Gulf Blvd., St Pete Beach. 727-363-2258, tradewindsresort.com.
Boca Staying in to Netflix and chill? A to-go dinner for two saves the day. The deadline for orders is 5 p.m. Feb. 12, and they must be picked up at 6 p.m. Feb. 14. $60. Various locations, Tampa Bay. bocakbm.com.
Bon Appétit Restaurant Dance and dine in this popular landmark’s Crystal Ballroom while enjoying views of St. Joseph Sound. Call or go online for reservations. $70. 5-10 p.m. 148 Marina Plaza, Dunedin. 727-733-2151, bonappetitrestaurant.com.
Bulla Gastrobar There’s no festive grub, but the Spanish-style tapas restaurant does offer a hibiscus mojito for a limited time (for every cocktail sold, $1 goes to the America Heart Association). Bonus: Parties of four or more receive a complimentary pitcher of sangria, so bring a group for Galentine’s Day. $11. Feb. 11-17. 930 S. Howard Ave., Tampa. 813-773-8626, bullagastrobar.com.
Café Dufrain Whisper sweet nothings to each other while sharing two whole Maine lobsters with wild mushroom risotto — and taking in the waterfront vista. $49. 707 Harbour Post Drive, Tampa. 813-275-9701, cafedufrain.com.
Caretta on the Gulf This fine-dining destination serves up seasonally inspired cuisine infused with South American and Caribbean influences. Sandpearl Resort, 500 Mandalay Ave., Clearwater Beach. 727-441-2425, sandpearl.com.”
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