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Frost Science & Constellation Culinary Group Launch an Intimate Valentine's Day Dinner Experience

In pop culture, there are grand gestures highlighted in movies that we can’t forget. Remember when Justin Bieber bought out the Staples Center for a date night with Selena Gomez? Or when Kanye proposed to Kim Kardashian at San Francisco's AT&T Park? Taking advantage of a gorgeous venue for just you and your special someone doesn’t have to be for celebrities - as long as you have the budget. 

Photo Credits: Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

Capture the over-the-top essence of love with a little celebrity cache with a romantic private dinner for two “under the sea” at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science with a five-course meal prepared by Constellation Culinary Group (CCG). The museum has unveiled a new experience for couples to completely take over the Gulf Stream Aquarium Oculus for a one-of-a-kind dining experience - perfect for proposals among the serene backdrop of marine life in the deep blue water.

The memorable experience includes a chef-driven meal within the Oculus, which serves as the massive viewing portal into the Gulf Stream Aquarium, the centerpiece of the museum's three-level Aquarium. The 31-foot wide, 13.5-inch thick acrylic lens will put you underneath the action and offer stunning views of the beautiful creatures cruising overhead.

Constellation Culinary Group will create a sensory culinary experience to bring the couple's vision to reality with innovative cuisine, presented beautifully, and served with choreographed precision. Celebrities have already booked this exclusive experience and now it’s finally available for the general public to book.

The private dinner includes a bottle of champagne, a carefully selected gift for a significant other, complimentary parking and a gorgeous flower arrangement by the Frost Science events team. Priced at $20,000, the private dinner is available to book from February 12-19. For more information, please email

By ML Staff. Image courtesy of Frost Science


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