Broward: Best Place To Go Out Without The Kids
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is a one-stop shop for entertainment and dining. Test your luck in the casino or head over to one of the hotel’s many bars for live music or DJ-driven entertainment. When you get hungry, there are numerous dining venues, ranging from fine to casual dining and desserts .
Miami-Dade: Best Place To Go Out Without The Kids
Spanning over 50 city blocks, the Wynwood Arts District is known for and home to the largest open-air street-art installations in the world. Never lacking in events, Wynwood has weekly Art Walks, live music, local and exotic foods and more. With more than 70 art galleries, shops, restaurants, cafes, and bars, Wynwood allows parents to enjoy a kid-free day or night in style.
Palm Beach: Best Place To Go Out Without The Kids
Concerts at Coral Sky Amphitheatre
601-7 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach; Livenation.com, 561-795-8883
Coral Sky Amphitheatre at the South Florida Fairgrounds has had more name changes than Sean John Combs. But despite the merry-go-round of names, it’s been a solid part of South Florida music history with a stellar line up of legendary performers as well as musical festivals over the years. Everyone from Aerosmith to Tom Petty to Dave Matthews Band to Brad Paisley has performed at the 20,000-seat open-air venue. The venue has both reserved covered seating and lawn seating for a more adventurous concert experience. A family zone on the lawn reserves space for those seeking a non-drinking, non-smoking night.
Multiple Counties: Best Place To Go Out Without The Kids
The Melting Pot
Nothing says love like a piping hot pot of melted cheese. The Melting Pot is the ultimate date night or girls night out spot where you can escape from the chaos of parenthood for multiple courses of gooey bliss. From fondue cheese to entrees and then melted dipping chocolate for dessert, Melting Pot is creamy, decadent diversion from an ordinary dinner out. Save room for cocktails such as the signature yin & yang martini — a blend of Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur and vanilla vodka blended with ice cream topped with chocolate shavings.
Broward: Best Place to Eat Without the Kids
3300 E. Commercial Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; Kaluzrestaurant.com, 954-772-2209
This waterside dining destination is a dream date spot to get away from the kids for a few hours. Featuring a full bar and a menu packed with gourmet entrees such as slow roasted prime rib, cedar plank salmon and scallops pomegranate, Kaluz is just as generous on taste as it is on ambiance. Don’t forget to make a reservation as seats tend to fill up fast.
Miami-Dade: Best Place to Eat Without the Kids
Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar
Locations in Kendall and Doral; piscoynazca.com
Pisco y Nazca Ceviche Gastrobar is quickly becoming known as a top ceviche spot for its bold take on traditional Peruvian cuisine. The Peruvian saying “Pisco y Nazca” means “the enjoyment of libations in a social setting,” which is exactly what happens at this eatery. Happy hour is 5 to 7 p.m. and includes half-off all wines, beer and house liquor daily. There’s also a brunch, lunch and dinner menu. Tapas are popular on the dinner menu, which is a great way to share your experience with a fellow foodie.
Palm Beach: Best Place to Eat Without the Kids
297 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton; lifetastesbetter.com, 561-353-5888
Between the creative, hand-muddled craft cocktail menu and quirky, delectable menu options, Rebel House is a hidden gem of adventurous finds for even the most experienced palates. In lieu of table bread, each meal at Rebel House is kicked off with a special flavored popcorn, such as Chicken Parmesan. Appetizers such as Korean Fried Chicken Wings and Truffled Potato Puffs will get your table revved up for the main course, which can include a prime dry aged cowboy ribeye, seared salmon, or baked potato gnocchi gratin.There are also vegan options. Definitely don’t miss the dessert menu: The Chunky Dunk and Key Lime Bar are Rebel House delights.
Multiple Counties: Best Place to Eat Without the Kids
The Capital Grille
If you’re looking for a classy lunch or dinner out away from the kids, The Capital Grille is an elegant experience with fresh, thoughtfully prepared foods to savor, such as nationally acclaimed dry-aged steaks, seafood and an impressive wine list. The New England clam chowder, Maine Lobster Roll and sliced Filet Mignon are popular menu choices. If you’re seeking nonalcoholic drink choices, the house-made grapefruit soda and fresh-squeezed mint lemonade are refreshing alternatives.