Finding the finest restaurant for Valentine's Day? That's easy.
Pictured above, though, just happens to be the most romantic pair of seats in South Florida.
It's table No. 14, and it occupies a private little spot on the dock outside the new Seasalt & Pepper.
Now sure, other outside tables also offer that Miami River view — but you'd have to share it with other tables. And their sickening attempts at romantic conversation.
Nah, you're gonna have some privacy, your own private mini-heliport.
Before dinner, linger a bit indoors, where the mile-high windows and marvelous light fixtures give off an imposing Fortress of Solitude vibe.
From any seat in the house, you'll order from Chef Alfredo Alvarez's menu dominated by seafood served simply, like the seafood stew for two in a tomato broth you'll want to drink from a chalice.
Booking table No. 14 won't be easy. But that money burning a hole in your pocket? That's for tipping the hostess.
It's money well-spent when you've scored this, the single best Valentine's table in town.
Price: 4 (out of 4)
Noise: 2 (out of 4)
Parking: Street; valet
Scene: Packed with well-heeled Miamians from lunch to late night.
Best bets: Dockside tables right on the water or the skyline-view couches upstairs.
Nearby: Garcia's; Wolfgang's Steakhouse; Biscayne Tavern