The Best Spots for Valentine’s Date in Los Angeles

The Best Spots for Valentine’s Date in Los Angeles

L.A.’s dreamiest locations, delectable dishes, a bottle of wine, and your beau by your side are all it takes to get you a Valentine’s Day date you’ll never forget.

Take the romance meter a notch higher by asking your sweetheart on a date to our top five most romantic restaurants here in Los Angeles. Whether you’re a lavish lover or on a budget but still want to keep it classy, we’ve got your back.

Check out our list and the details about each hotel/restaurant’s Valentine’s Day specials.

The Hollywood Roosevelt


The Hollywood Roosevelt takes this holiday seriously, as evident with their luxurious V-Day offers worthy of a movie star. Sweep your date off his/her feet with a filling dinner at the hotel’s in-house restaurant, Public Kitchen & Bar! Be treated to sumptuous fixed course menus, with roasted duck consome and butter-poached culotte steak as highlights, at only $65 per head.

Complete the Hollywood experience by going over the top and beyond the usual dinner date when you book their Love is in the Air package. You’ll surely be on cloud nine when you smooch on a private helicopter ride while looking over the City of Angels.

Love & Salt

After a laid-back stroll on the beach or catching the picturesque L.A. sunset together, head over to Love & Salt for an Italian-themed feast for lovers. Savor the sweet moments with your date while indulging in mouthwatering dishes prepared by Chef Michael Fiorelli, which include Pugliese artichokes with marinated zucchini, pine nuts, pecorino toscano, arugula and a dry-aged grilled Flannery ribeye with wood-roasted baby carrots, barley risotto, black truffle butter and carrot top gremolata.


Take your love to the highest level by taking boo and make his/her jaws drop by taking her out to spend Valentine’s at 71Above.  Perched at the topmost floor of the U.S. Bank Tower, delight in the fancy four-course menu prepped by Chef Vartan Abgaryan while enjoying the spectacular views from the top.


Millenium Biltmore Los Angeles

Have you seen Ed Sheeran’s music video for his popular song “Thinking Out Loud,” you know the one where he was twirling around and sexy dancing ala Patrick Swayze with a really, beautiful girl? Check out this video.

What’s cool is that the actual music video was shot at this hotel’s Crystal Ballroom. But here’s what’s even cooler is that Millenium Biltmore Los Angeles is inviting you to spend Valentine’s Day there. Experience their breathtaking ambiance, complete with live music, and a full buffet set to boot.

Café Pinot

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A hidden gem near the iconic LA Central Library, this high-end, fine dining restaurant is also well known for its floor to ceiling windows that offer unobstructed views of a beautiful garden and L.A.’s amazing cityscape.

This February, Café Pinot offers a Taste of Love Valentine’s Day specials by Executive Chef Viet Pham, which features Braised Lamb Shank with gnocchi Parisienne, Nantes carrot, Brussels sprout, green garlic, and gremolata and uni spaghetti.


Make your reservations in advance for sure seats. As a finishing touch, don’t forget to get your date a beautiful bouquet of flowers. Trust us, flowers make everything extra-special.

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