Friday, February 10, 2006
Style File: Valentine's Day
Who says you can't put a price tag on love? If you really want to impress your date this valentines - why not go the extra mile with extravagance. In tonight Style File, we found some over the top ideas to show your true feelings.
WSVN--Money can't buy love but this year it can certainly buy your loved one a valentines day to remember.
Carrie Gilbreath: "You can't do anything that is more luxurious and exotic and impressive."
If you like adventure and you're up to your eyeballs in cash how about chartering a plane.
Carrie Gilbreath: "If there's anything on this world that you want and can be done in an airplane, we can do it for you."
And while in flight -- enjoy the best food from around the world. Your trip comes complete with a diamond encrusted bracelet.
That'll leave a lasting impression on your date and your bank account because this little getaway will set you back about 100-grand.
Carrie Gilbreath: "If you got deep enough pockets, this is the perfect way to travel."
Fear of flying how about staying grounded at O-R-O on South Beach. The restaurant is offering an extravagant diamond and caviar dinner package fit for a king and his queen.
Belkys: "What kind of honey buys this for their honey?"
George Slover: "I'm hoping someone really special buys it, but someone who enjoys the finer things and someone who wants to show the best to their other half."
Finer things like a chauffered 2006 Rollys Royce Phantom to get you there. Once you arrive you're treated to a four-course feast. Each one served with vintage champagnes. For dessert your very own cake and inside you'll find an 8-carat emerald cut diamond ring.
Belkys Nerey: "Wow, it happens to fit me perfectly!"
It's perfect if you've got $82,000 to spare.Belkys Nerey: "For 82-grand if I don't eat the whole cake can I take the rest of it home?
George: Well pack it up on the phantom and send it back home!
Belkys Nerey: "Alright so 82-grand is a little more than you wanna spend on just one night, how about doing something that's a little less over the top and a little more back to reality."
For 100 bucks a pop you can score a romantic dinner at North One10 in North Miami. Award winning chef Dewey Losasso has created a special Valentine's day menu guaranteed to have you feeling the love and loving the food.
Dewey Losasso: "Take a journey down through that menu and to celebrate that evening with great wine, some great champagne, some great food."
Food, drinks, decadence just remember in the end all you need is love.
Dewey Losasso: "It's really about the person sitting across from you or next to you that makes it special."
Belkys Nerey: "You can also book a dinner at North One10 without wines for only $65. And remember that sometimes the best way to show your affection is by simply saying "I love you."'
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Palm Beach International Airport
1517 Perimeter Road, Suite 521
West Palm Beach, FL 33406
300 Alton Road
Miami Beach, FL 33139
11052 Biscayne Blvd.
North Miami, FL 33161