On Valentine’s Day, channel the romantic Taj Mahal by sharing an Indian feast with your sweetie or gal pals at Maska. The beautifully appointed restaurant’s four-course menu includes a vegetarian option, bottomless Perrier-Jouët champagne and live music. Or make it a lunch date instead with a newly added daytime menu for titillating thali platters and mango lassis.
3252 Northeast First Avenue; 786.971.9100; maskamiami.com
Bayside Blue Chip
Tonight’s VIP preview for the ninth edition of Art Wynwood benefits the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami. The event features exclusive sculptures by Chakaia Booker. The three-day fair runs through February 17. Among 50+ international galleries, Galleria D’Arte Martinelli and the Bonnier Gallery exhibit a Lucio Fontana painting and Cy Twombly work, respectively.
One Herald Plaza (14th Street at Biscayne Bay); artwynwood.com
Art Wynwood coincides with Presidents’ Day Weekend and the Miami International Boat Show from February 14-17. Next door to the fair, the luxury-oriented Miami Yacht Show displays custom boats. The main boat show returns to Miami Marine Stadium on Virginia Key. Along with debuts by Lexus and Beneteau, highlights are Sunreef 80’s yacht and catamaran—the largest vessels on view.
One Herald Plaza; miamiyachtshow.com. 3501 Rickenbacker Causeway; miamiboatshow.com
Appetite for Amore
Talento is turning its Las Olas eatery into “La La Land” for Valentine’s Day. Bring someone special for Italian chef Luigi Criscuolo’s prix-fixe dinner with a flute of prosecco. Choose from oysters, antipasto or a Caprese salad to start, followed by four entrée options from gnocchi with lobster to filet mignon. Finish with tiramisu or Sicilian-style ricotta cheesecake.
1307 East Las Olas Boulevard; 754.206.4180; talentorestaurant.com