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16 Romantic Things to Do on Valentine's Day in Palm Beach

The Editors | December 18, 2020 |

It's Valentine's Day in Palm Beach, and we've got the VIP scoop. From luxurious staycation experiences to dinners dripping in romance and presents that sparkle, here's what's on our V-Day radar.

When you're done perusing this list, check out how to celebrate Valentine's Day 2021 in our other markets: Aspen, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, NYC, Orange County, Philadelphia, San Diego, San Francisco, Scottsdale, Silicon Valley and Washington D.C.



Jimmy Choo

340 Royal Poinciana Way / Website

Carrie Bradshaw may have made the brand a household name in Sex and the City, but Jimmy Choo has come a long way since then. The British footwear label’s sexy aesthetic has fans all over the world and especially in Palm Beach. The company’s opening of a new boutique at The Royal Poinciana Plaza. The 1,800-square-foot store is marked by lush greenery and fuchsia accents with marble finishes. As for the inventory? Every single Jimmy Choo treasure you can think of: shoes, bags, eyewear, small leather goods, soft accessories and even fragrances. The shop will also offer a special selection of pieces from its bridal collection and the label’s made-to-order service, which allows shoppers to create their dream shoe or bag from a suite of signature styles, colors, textures and finishes.


301 Worth Ave. / Chanel

The French fashion house opened its doors on Worth Avenue, revealing uberluxe interiors across two stories (including a shoe salon, three ready-to-wear salons and a VIP event space on the top floor). The chic aesthetic is something to marvel at, with the marriage of Mademoiselle Chanel’s taste and modernist architect Peter Marino’s design direction. Now carrying the 2020 resort collection, visit for the day or plan a day of shopping and champagne for your friends. Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel would be proud.

See also: 4 Valentine's Day Gifts For The Palm Beach Fashionista

Serena & Lily

101 N. County Road / Website

This coastal home furnishings brand knows all about being cozy. That’s why Serena & Lily's new offerings of bedding, pajamas and throws are ideal. This Valentine's Day, slip into the Positano pajamas and matching robe, made from relaxed and supercomfy eco-friendly European linen woven in Portugal. As Palm Beach Design Shop Leader An Barz says, "a top for you and a bottom for your love [is] relaxed, soft and perfect for a lazy-day together." We suggest the season-appropriate Wild Rose or lavendar hues.

Amanda Lindroth

312B S. County Road / Website

Look no further than Amanda Lindroth to make a splash this romanitic season. A resident of the Bahamas and Palm Beach, Lindroth knows a thing or two about curating the perfect island gift. Recent collections include everything from a signed copy of her book Island Hopping to cheeseboard accoutrements. Don’t miss the Amanda Lindroth x Julia Berolzheimer home and tabletop collection. 68147891NLMain.jpg

Tiffany & Co.

259 Worth Ave. / Website

There’s an element of wonder that surrounds Tiffany & Co. From everyday baubles to stunning high jewelry pieces, this classic house is a most-stop-shop come Valentine's Day. We love the recent Extraordinary Tiffany collection, an homage to its 180-year legacy. With an eye trained on impeccable craftsmanship, each piece is an ode to the brand’s expertise in transforming rare diamonds and gemstones into glimmering works of art. “There is a decidedly modern aesthetic to our high jewelry pieces that feels unique to Tiffany,” says Chief Artistic Officer Reed Krakoff. “These pieces are meant to be worn daily, rather than just for special occasions—fully incorporated into the lives of the women who wear them.”

See also: 9 Sweet Valentine's Day Gifts For Her

Badgley Mischka

340 Royal Poinciana Way / Website

Designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka have always had a special spot in their hearts for Palm Beach, first as part-time residents of the town and now as year-round islanders. This season, they’re showing that love with a new boutique at The Royal Poinciana Plaza. The new space houses the entire Badgley Mischka oeuvre, including eveningwear, cocktail and daytime garments clearly influenced by their hometown, as well as handbag and jewelry collections only be available at this location.


340 Royal Poinciana Way, Ste. 301 / Website

This heritage label has a timeless Parisian style, but its been a staple in Palm Beach since 1977. The two-story location in The Royal Poinciana Plaza includes 16 Hermès product categories, from leather and luggage, diaries, small leather goods, equestrian apparel, men’s and women’s silk, ready-to-wear, fine jewelry, watches, belts, gloves, shoes, hats, enamel and fashion jewelry, tableware, furniture, furnishing fabrics and wallpaper!

Asprey London

340 Royal Poinciana Way / Website

Is there a better brand for exquisite presents than Asprey London? The label has Valentine’s Day covered with a new “ephemeral store,” recently opened shop in The Royal Poinciana Plaza. This treasure trove houses all the items that made Asprey an aesthete’s favorite. Among the goods: the celebrated Palm Leaf handbag collection, signature barware like the Lighthouse cocktail shaker, the renowned bespoke cocktail trolley, the Octopus glassware line, animal-head decanters and jewelry such as Chaos amethyst and citrine earrings, as well as men’s signet rings.



Henry’s Palm Beach

229 Royal Poinciana Way / Website

Certain restaurants are immediately associated with Palm Beach and its essence. From the first course to the last, Henry’s Palm Beach was destined to become one of those local jewels. Inspired by Henry Morrison Flagler, The Breakers’-family eatery highlights Anthony Sicignano's culinary style. Menu items include butter crumb Dover sole with creamy rice grits; wood-grilled filet mignon with roasted mushrooms and bordelaise sauce; and a beef Wellington that’s only available on Friday and Saturday. This is oh so worth the calories.

Le Bilboquet

Via Encantada, 247 Worth Ave. / Website

Originally established in New York, Le Bilboquet is owned by Philippe Delgrange and serves signature dishes such as foie gras, tuna tartare, endives Roquefort and day-fresh PEI steamed mussels with garlic and crispy fries.

See also: 6 Thoughtful Valentine's Day Gifts For The Man In Your Life

Café Bouloud

The Brazilian Court Hotel, 301 Australian Ave. / Website

High-end Café Boulud features elegant French favorites by chef-owner Daniel Boulud with a focus on fresh seafood. Top-notch service and a newly renovated interior offers clean, neutral tones, while the outdoor terrace encourages you to linger day or night. Try the bistro-style steak tartare or the CBPB Burger (named best of Palm Beach). Jackets are recommended for gentlemen during high season.


350 S. County Road / Website

Taste chef Clay Conley’s inventive take on American fare in Buccan's chic, buzzing atmosphere; a favorite among foodies and trendsetters of all ages. Try the steak tartare with black truffle and crispy egg yolk; mushroom pizza with black truffle vinaigrette and Gruyere; or the squid ink orecchiette. Reservations are a must!



307 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach / Website

New to Delray Beach, Lionfish serves the best in sustainable seafood and local organic fare. The San Diego-grown restaurant has been honored by the James Beard Foundation’s Smart Catch, a program that salutes restaurants committed to sustainable seafood. Top chef JoJo Ruiz and executive chef Johnny Demartini created a menu that includes butter-poached king crab leg with caviar, leeks, lemon and roasted garlic butter; and pan-seared, New Bedford scallops with celery root puree, baby bok choy, roasted onion broth and lovage. If fresh-catch sushi is more your speed, try the surf and turf roll with seared wagyu and Maine lobster.

See also: 7 Gift Ideas For A Fun-Filled Galentine's Day

Chez Jean Pierre

132 N. County Road / Website

Quaint French bistro and island hot spot Chez Jean Pierre has served authentic seasonal fare and French culinary delights to Palm Beach locals for nearly 30 years. Save room for chef Jean-Pierre’s handmade desserts. The profiteroles are a favorite.

The Honor Bar

340 Royal Poinciana Way / Website

The Honor Bar made a strong impression on locals with its lively energy and warm, material richness centered around booths, banquette-style tables and an inviting main bar. While small, The Honor Bar’s menu is abundant in flavors. The Vieux Carré cocktail and classic martini make delightful companions day or night. The wine list is mighty, and guests may even request a bottled wine from Palm Beach Grill.

Sant Ambroeus

340 Royal Poinciana Way / Website

At Sant Ambroeus, opt for the beef roulade osso buco: braised short ribs osso buco served with Yukon gold creamy mashed potatoes and a red wine sauce. The Italian resto in sunny Florida perfectly melds old-world Milan into its meals, each featuring the fresh catch of the coastline. Don’t miss the ahi tuna tartare with dressing made of orange zest and soy sauce, served with avocado mousse.

Photography by: Lionfish photo by Mas Appetit; all other photos courtesy of brands