Follow the neon lighting on Ocean Drive to the art deco storefront of the Avalon Hotel and into one of South Beach’s most iconic seafood houses: A Fish Called Avalon. Its sleek, minimalist decor will come as a pleasant breath of fresh air to your neon-acclimated eyes. A Fish Called Avalon is romantic; white tablecloths and candlelight set the tone for your high-end evening (that also means high price point, but it’s worth it). Musings from Asian and French cuisines make their way into the seafood centric menu -- like curry-marinated shrimp, baked escargot with garlic butter and Pernod, and sake- and tarragon-glazed lobster tails. If it were me, I’d throw an ounce of the Royal Osetra Caviar on a dozen oysters to start, it’s only $125, and when in Rome… right?