Los Angeles Valentine’s Day Dining Guide
If you’re looking for the perfect place to spend Valentine’s Day in Los Angeles check out dining options all over the city in our Los Angeles Valentine’s Day dining guide.
Edited by Christina Xenos
WP24 by Wolfgang Puck
Feb. 12-14. For the first time ever, The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles’ rooftop patio is closed off for just three private cabana experiences each night of the holiday weekend. Not only will you be eating over the twinkling lights of downtown, you will dine on a private seven-course dinner inside a cabana. You will be assigned a personal butler who will deliver everything from champagne, to fresh oysters and caviar, grilled Alaskan king prawns and a dessert board brimming with truffles, tarts and more. $650. Must be booked by Feb 8. 213.743.8824.
Feb. 12-14. The black tie Valentine’s Ball on Feb. 13 is the perfect place to celebrate the holiday. Go back to the Roaring 20’s with live entertainment from 10-piece swing band, as well as an elegant three-course plated dinner, dessert and truffle buffet and premium open bar ($140/pp formal attire required). You can also dine around the resort: Mar’sel offers a decadent five-course dinner (145/pp), Catalina Kitchen boasts a four-course prix-fixe menu while festive offerings are also available at Nelson’s, Bashi and Sea Beans throughout the weekend.
Feb. 14. The perfect spot for a Valentine’s Day celebration offers a four-course menu of Italian specialties for the holiday including dishes like duckling crespelle with mostarda di cremona; vitello tonnato with bottarga; semolina-ricotta gnocchi with porcini, peas and prosciutto; spaghetti alla chitarra with clams; veal ravioli with ossobuco sauce; pan-roasted Napa Valley quail with sage and pancetta; Colorado lamb chop in red wine and gorgonzola; beef filet Mignon in Tuscan mosto cotto; and more. A vegetarian option is also offered. $110/pp, wine pairings $55/pp.
Feb. 14. Sit below the twinkle lights in Mare’s breezy ambiance and dine on a festive Cena d’ Amore from Chef Eric Greenspan. Highlights of the menu include crudo of tuna with strawberry, saffron and pink peppercorn; Tuscan kale salad; steamed clams with red peppers, kumquats and swiss chard; halibut a la plancha with olive and orange gremolata; roast lamb with date anchoiade, harissa and mint; and chocolate triffolo with hazelnuts, coffee and salted savoiardi. $100/per couple.
Feb. 12-14. Impress your Valentine with an eight-course seafood-centric dinner from Executive Chef Michael Cimarusti. Highlights of the menu include barely cooked spot prawn with chilled prawn gelée, caviar and herbs; Nantucket bay scallops, quickly sautéed, sunchoke and black truffle; Maine lobster and assorted salt-roasted beets; Wagyu beef with truffled celery root purée, roasted celery root; and more. $240/pp, $365/pp with wine pairing.
Nick + Stef’s Steakhouse
Feb. 12-14. Celebrate in the downtown dining destination’s retro new design over a three or four-course menu from Chef Andreas Roller. Highlights include grilled loupe de mer with olives, capers, tomatoes and pequillo peppers; wild boar ragout with spaetzle salsify and forest mushrooms; and a petit filet and half lobster tail, poached in butter with Paris mashed potatoes. $78/pp for three courses, $90/pp for four courses. A la carte menu will also be available.
Feb. 14. The downtown fine dining destination offers lovers the choice of a tree, four or eight course dinner. Executive Chef Paul Lee offers dishes like Kusshi oyster with watercress coulis, kaffir-coconut cream and coriander; poached lobster with morel, asparagus and vin jaune nage; and beef tenderloin with shishito pepper, horseradish mustard, Béarnaise mousse, potato compression and bordelaise. $85/pp for three courses, $105/pp for four courses and $160/pp for eight courses.
Feb. 14. Cozy up next to your Valentine in a restored historic home in Larchmont Village. For the holiday, Chef Michael Bryant offers a three-course prix-fixe menu that includes dishes like burrata with roasted beet and pickled fennel; harissa-seared scallops with pomegranate, prosciutto and hollandaise; foie gras torchon; marinated charred ribeye; house ricotta tortellini and more. $85/pp.
Feb. 13-14. The restaurant’s romantic patio inside the dining destination at Sofitel Los Angeles is the perfect spot for an exclusive aphrodisiac-inspired menu. Dine on selections like seared scallop crudo; boudin blanc meatballs; spiced duck breast; pan-seared steelhead salmon and more. $150/per couple.
208 Rodeo Restaurant
Feb. 14. Fortuitously located right next to Tiffany & Co. in Beverly Hills, 208 Rodeo’s cobblestone terrace is the perfect spot to woo your special someone over a prix-fixe Valentine’s Day dinner. Selections include dishes like jumbo shrimp cocktail; wild mushroom bisque; Wagyu beef short rib; spinach ricotta ravioli; and chocolate fondue for two for dessert. $90/pp.
Hinoki & The Bird
Feb. 14. Celebrate in Hinoki’s exquisite ambiance over dinner from Executive Chef Brandon Kida. Highlights of the menu include dishes like beef tartare with pickled jalapeño and parmesan; kabocha squash toast with burrata cheese and butterscotch miso; and Hinoki-scented black cod with dashi and shishito. In addition, Hinoki sends you off with a complimentary to-go treat.
Faith & Flower
Feb. 14. Your romantic dinner begins with a blood orange and ginger spritzer welcome toast and continues with a three-course prix-fixe dinner. Highlights of the menu include 5-spiced duck terrine with rose water, beet mostarda and warm oatmeal bread; Maine lobster risotto with buttered leeks, marinated mussels and crispy shallot; smoked pimenton braised short ribs with roasted cauliflower, almond-caper salsa seca and natural jus; and sticky toffee pudding with black date cake, rye whiskey toffee sauce, apples and fermented caraway ice cream. $72/pp.
Feb. 14. The West Hollywood hotspot is the perfect spot to celebrate. They’re partnering with LXV Wine (aptly inspired by the Kamasutra) to perfectly pair your Valentine’s Day dinner. Dine on a four-course menu of dishes like foie gras and truffle mozzarella toast with charred shishito pepper, sunchokes and haystack potatoes; harissa-grilled prawns with house made potato cavatelli, charred sweet onions and black garlic; sous vide beef tenderloin with red beet and black truffle risotto, grilled abalone mushrooms and beet chips; and cinnamon sticky toffee pudding with ginger-orange gelato and pecan praline. Vegetarian substitutions are also available. $65/pp, $35/pp wine pairings.
Feb. 13-14. Reserve a seat on the restaurant’s dreamy patio to enjoy a special four-course menu from Chef Denis Dello Stritto. Highlights include Fantasia di Crudo with snapper, scallop, sea urchin and oyster; burrata with Clementine, cantaloupe, puntarelle, anchovy and salsa verde; Duck breast with sautéed escarole, anchovy and Taggiasca olives; sous vide halibut with carrots, cauliflower and black squid ink bread; and more including one fully plant-based option on the antipasti and secondi courses.
Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air
Feb. 14. Treat your Valentine to a decadent brunch or dinner on the grounds of beautiful Hotel Bel-Air. The three-course prix-fixe brunch includes items like hand-cut tortelloni pasts with wild field mushrooms and mascarpone; pan-roasted loup de mer with braised Barigoule artichokes and a saffron emulsion; and tasting of dark chocolate to finish ($125/pp). For dinner enjoy another three-course prix-fixe feast with dishes like Japanese hamachi sashimi with shaved market vegetables, blood orange ponzu and young shiso; carrot-ginger soup with dungeness crab and kaffir lime; and Maine lobster “pot pie” with spring vegetables, tarragon and a lobster sauce Américaine ($185/pp, with optional black truffle supplement).
Feb. 14. The California brasserie that has one of the most romantic patios in the city offers a six-course prix-fixe menu to celebrate the special day. Dine on dishes from Chef/Owner Kris Morningstar like ricotta gnocchi with truffle butter, pea greens and parmesan; and a trio of beef with short rib, natural bavette and bone marrow with balsamic beet purée, red flannel hash and horseradish. $75/pp, #30/pp wine pairings.
Feb. 14. Whether you want to woo your Valentine over brunch or dinner, the poolside dining spot inside the Avalon Beverly Hills has you covered. For brunch, Executive Chef Michael Hung pays homage to the Avalon Hotel’s most iconic resident, Marilyn Monroe, with a selection of brunch dishes inspired by the starlet’s most famous sweethearts, including Joe DiMaggio, Arthur Miller, John F. Kennedy, Marlon Brando, and Frank Sinatra. For dinner dine on a three-course prix-fixe dinner of Hung’s modern, California take on Continental classics. Highlights include a caviar amuse-bouche; salad of blood orange and chioggia beets with fennel, spiced pistachios and Greek yogurt; pan-roasted Delta sturgeon with sautéed Bloomsdale spinach, Meyer lemon potato fondue, and crayfish butter; and rose-scented pavlova with pomegranate crémeux, grapefruit marmalade and toasted oats.
Feb. 14. The trendy dining destination inside Ace Hotel downtown offers a three-course menu complete with dishes like rabbit rillettes with pickled carrot, garden demi-glace and house bread; beef cheek daube with couscous, harissa, medjool dates, almond gremolata and kumquat; risotto with whipped mascarpone, parmesan cheese, *add white truffle; and more. $60/pp.
Feb. 12-14. Transport you and your lover to India without leaving Culver City for a special menu from Chef/owner Akasha Richmond. Highlights include ginger and tangerine-braised crispy duck leg with saffron quinoa, leeks and pistachios; tandoori NY steak with hand-cut fries, chaat masala and Sāmbār steak sauce; paneer, peas and pea tendrils with tomato and fenugreek sauce; and desserts infused with Indian spices such as a cardamom and vanilla crème brûlée served with a rose shortbread.
Love & Salt
Feb. 12-14. Chef Michael Fiorelli wants to inspire you with a little Dean Martin over his three-course “That’s Amore!” menu. Dine on a selection of classic Italian favorites like antipasto salad, eggplant parmesan, baked ziti and tiramisu. $45/pp, regular menu also available.
Feb. 14. Celebrate downtown over a three-course Valentine’s Day menu that is paired with live music throughout the evening. Highlights of the menu include English pea soup, pan-seared salmon and chocolate hazelnut tart. Upgrade you dinner with a bottle of Le Grand Courtage for $45. $45/pp.
Feb. 14. Say “I Love You” over a four-course prix-fixe vegan menu along with a Jalisco Kiss cocktail (botanical infused tequila blanco, housemade rose syrup, lemon, sparkling wine). The menu includes dishes like Sopa de Betabel, roasted Be Love Farm beets, ancho oil, cashew crème and burnt orange pecan dust; Ensalada Higo Asada, roasted fig, hazelnut, cashew truffle cheese and arugula; Stuffed Portobello en Croix, shiitake mushrooms, sunchoke purée, pastry, roasted root vegetables and guajillo sauce; and Pastel de Chocolate con Chile, luxardo cherry cashew cream, chocolate chile ganache, cinnamon syrup and smoked salt. $50/pp.
Feb. 13-14. Chef Anne Conness’ Nuevo Rancho hotspot in El Segundo will be offering four “It Takes 2 to Tango” specials meant to be shared by couples. Selections include a seafood tapas platter and a rancho surf and turf plate, in addition to the regular a la carte menu. Romantic diners can also indulge in two glasses of Tattinger Champagne and chocolate dipped strawberries to cap off the night.
The Arthur J
Feb. 11-14. Celebrate the holiday over decadent specials like Alaskan red king crab Louie with hearts of palm, baby tomatoes and sauce marie rose; 28-day dry aged prime porterhouse steak and jumbo prawn scampi for two; a half dozen oysters selected by FwD, cocktail sauce, freshly grated horseradish and red wine and shallot mignonette; and black forest cake with dark chocolate cake with brandied cherry and marscapone whipped cream. The full menu is also available.
Feb. 14. Celebrate your Valentine in dreamy Beverly Hills over a four-course menu at Scarpetta. Selections include grilled imported Spanish octopus; creamy polenta with truffled mushrooms; spaghetti with tomato and basil; tajarin pasta with parmigiano and black winter truffles; crispy striped bass with kuri squash puree; spiced duck breast; prime sirloin of beef with baby vegetables; and more. $132/pp, $50/pp wine pairings, $75/pp premium rose pairing.
CUT Beverly Hills
Feb. 13-14. The Beverly Wilshire Hotel is your destination to celebrate over a four-course prix-fixe menu at CUT. Your night begins with a complementary cocktail and continues over dishes like fresh tagliatelle pasta with black truffles, various American and Japanese cuts of meat, sides and desserts to complete the meal. Regular menu also available. $160/pp.
Feb. 14. Spend the evening sharing a family-style menu at Sotto. Highlights of the five-course affair includes foie gras salami; fluke crude; smoked duck breast; beet ravioli with brown butter; milk-braised pork shoulder; tiger prawns; raspberry panna cotta; and more. $75/pp.
Manhattan Beach Post
Feb. 11-14. The Manhattan Beach restaurant offers a slew of specials for the holiday. Dine on lobster and rock shrimp Arribiata with housemade scialatielli and basil; mushroom risotto with crimini, maitake and oyster mushrooms, grilled white asparagus and chard; bone-in Spanish turbot with chorizo-saffron nage, littleneck clams, fingerling potatoes; and a 16 oz. chateaubriand for two. Full menu also available.
Fishing with Dynamite
Feb. 11-14. Dine on decadent seafood specials all weekend long. In addition to the regular menu, Valentine’s Weekend specials include oolong-cured Tasmanian sea trout with lemon creme fraîche, blood orange, crispy buckwheat and wood sorrel; Nancy’s diver scallops, potato puree, valdivia English peas and Perigord black truffle; and Peads and Barnett’s braised pork belly for two with sweet soy, star anise, turnips, fried egg and steamed rice.
Feb. 14. One of L.A.’s best plant-based dining destinations offers a five-course menu especially for the holiday. Dishes include walnut-sherry roasted chanterelles with amaranth apple gremolata; sundried tomato cannelloni with sundried tomato almond ricotta and dueling sauces (spinach cream and truffle cream); and scaloppini chanterelle with pomegranate seeds and prosecco demi sauce. Also offered is the classic Italian wedding soup. $75/pp.
Feb. 12-14. Stop by the Studio City dining destination to share a special bone-in rib eye for two with a bottle of Château Le Bergey Bordeaux.
Cleo at The Redbury
Feb. 14. Celebrate over a four-course prix-fixe menu of Mediterranean specialties. Highlights of the night include a shared mezzo board; bone-in braised short rib Sabzi tagine; Halibut with saffron and tomato-cured lemon, green olive, confit garlic, almond and fava bean; and more. $75/pp.
BOA Steakhouse West Hollywood
Feb. 14. The contemporary American steakhouse on the Sunset Strip offers exclusive dishes from Executive Chef Jose Melendez for the holiday. Highlights include Ménage A Trios with Maine lobster, shrimp, crispy oyster, avocado, pickled watermelon, red watercress and burnt honey and yuzu puree; Opposites Attract, an 8 oz. center-cut filet and Nova Scotia lobster tail with garlic chive mashed potatoes, white and green asparagus and Béarnaise; and The Cube, chocolate cake, raspberry ice cream, caramelized Swiss meringue, crème anglaise and raspberry coulis.
BOA Steakhouse Santa Monica
Feb. 14. The seaside outpost of IDG’s iconic steakhouse features a host of specials for the holiday. Menu items include yellowtail crudo with hearts of palm, lipstick peppers and white soy sauce; 10 oz. prime hanger steak with heirloom red rice, pickled vegetables, pea tendrils, sesame seeds and mole negro; crème brûlée tart with passion fruit, chocolate crisp and Chantilly cream.
Katana West Hollywood
Feb. 14. The Sunset Strip’s sophisticated robatayaki concept will serve a special iteration of their three-course Izakaya prix-fixe menu—including a complimentary champagne cocktail. The menu includes tuna carpaccio with wasabi soy truffle oil and parmesan cheese; assortment of robata-yaki skewers (sea bass, chicken with green onions, American kobe beef with black pepper sauce); lobster with sherry soy vinaigrette and Burgundy reduction, topped with black truffles (premium only); $65/pp, $85/pp with premium offerings add dessert for $10.
Bourbon Steak Los Angeles
Feb. 14. Celebrate at the contemporary steakhouse, located at Americana at Brand, over a three-course menu. Highlights of the meal include short rib cappellacci with roasted cauliflower, cacio e pepe and black truffles; wood-grilled salmon with forbidden rice, romanesco and coconut curry; duo of filet and Gulf prawn served with Parmesan potato croquette, asparagus and mushroom duxelles; and golden chocolate cake with peanut butter ganache and marcona almonds.
Feb. 14. Dine family style at the cozy Santa Monica dining destination. The table can choose six out of 16 dishes that range from oysters Rockefeller to New York strip with bone marrow to passion fruit marshmallow with a hot cocoa tart. $110/pp, $45/pp optional wine pairings.
Spago Beverly Hills
Feb. 14. Delight your Valentine with a three-course prix-fixe menu. Personalize your dining experience with a bottle of champagne to be at the table upon arrival, along with soufflés or millefeuilles for two to end the meal. Each couple will also receive house made chocolate bark as a gift from the Spago team. $145/pp.
The Polo Lounge
Feb. 14. Impress your date at the The Beverly Hills Hotel over a black truffle tasting menu ($180/pp), champagne, truffles and their signature soufflé. Regular menu is available as well.
La Dolce Vita
Feb. 12-14. The romantic Italian Beverly Hills getaway offers a four-course prix-fixe menu to celebrate the holiday. Dine on dishes like truffle risotto with arborio rice, porcini mushrooms, black truffle and parmesan; seared branzino with roasted fingerling potatoes, peppers and tomato caper sauce; and layered and delectable Tiramisu. $95/pp.
Kendall’s Brasserie and Bar
Feb. 14. Dine in an authentic French brasserie ambiance over a three or four course menu from Executive Chef Jean Pierre Bosc. Menu highlights include Belgian Endive Salad with red wine-poached pear, St. Agur blue cheese and candied walnuts; seared sea scallops with Belgian endive and kumquat-blood orange condiment; and roasted rack of lamb served rosemary-crusted with cassoulet beans and sautéed rapini. $64/pp for three courses, $76/pp for four courses.
Feb. 14. Dine next to the Central Library in a garden setting on a special three or four course menu from Executive Chef Megan Logan. Featured dishes include steak tartare with quail egg and mustard bread crumbs; foie gras terrine with tea-soaked prunes, grilled bread and petite green salad; and crispy duck confit with flageolet beans, baby parsnips, green garlic and Parmesan broth. $65/pp for three courses, $75/pp for four courses.
Blue Ribbon Sushi Los Angeles
Feb. 14. You’ll get the best from land and sea when you celebrate Valentine’s Day at Blue Ribbon Sushi inside The Grove. Highlights of the four-course menu include a such omakase; braised short rib and butter-poached king crab legs with celery root puree and truffle teriyaki; dipped strawberries; and more. You can co completely for comfort food and sub the restaurant’s famous fried chicken for the braised short rib entree. $80/pp or $40/pp (friend chicken), $40/pp wine.
San Antonio Winery
Feb. 14. Whether you want to sip wine or celebrate over a decadent dinner, head downtown to San Antonio Winery. Maddalena restaurant inside the winery offers homestyle Italian cuisine paired with live music and world class wines.
Feb. 14. Celebrate over a special “It Takes Two” four-course menu inside the chic atmosphere of the W Los Angeles-West Beverly Hills. Highlights of the menu include Naked Cowgirl oysters with shiso-honey granita; Osetra caviar tagliatelle with caviar crema, asparagus, butter-poached lobster and micro amaranth; wild-caught salmon with grapefruit, celery root puree, purple baby kale and citrus burre blanc; and more.
Knuckle & Claw
Feb. 14. Delight your Valentine over $9 half bottles of champagne and $1 oysters. 5-10 p.m.
EP & LP
Feb. 14. Dine on the Lover’s Banquet menu with “Love from Louis” over dishes like a half dozen of Pacific oysters, Chiang Mai larb with spiced salmon, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaf and cabbage; Lou Dogg’s crispy skin chicken, 1/2 a Mary’s Farm organic chicken served with black vinegar, chili and lemon; and more, including two glasses of prosecco or Veuve Clicquot. $100/per couple, $125/per couple with Veuve Clicquot pairing.
Feb. 14. Dine at the romantic West Hollywood destination on a prix-fixe menu that includes highlights like buckwheat blini with American caviar; dungeness crab salad with avocado dressing; diver scallop with black rice; herb-roasted lamb chops with cannellini gratin; and more. $125/pp.
Feb. 14. L.A.’s ground breaking wine bar is the perfect place to celebrate the occasion. The West Hollywood restaurant offers a four-course menu filled with highlights like pea pancakes with dungeness crab; oven-roasted Manilla clams; Spanish fried chicken; Ode to Zuni” chicken with panzanella, fennel and green olives (for two); and more. $110/pp.
Feb. 14. The chic Brentwood restaurant welcomes lovers with a decadent four-course menu. Dine on dishes like endive and dungeness crab; ricotta gnudi with asparagus; orate with beet puree; braised short ribs with creamed hominy and more. $110/pp.
Feb. 14. Celebrate in the heart of Hollywood over a special three-course prix-fixe menu. Selections include foie gras torchon with blood orange jelly and croquant; sunchoke velouté, black winter truffles and parmesan royal; roast filet of beef with pomme blanc and creamed spinach; lobster tagliatelle with San Marzano tomatoes and shaved winter truffles; halibut cooked in birch with pinenut agrodolche, rapini, pee wee potatos; and more. $70/pp.
Feb. 14. Celebrate over a special five-course meal that features highlights like raw milk panna cotta with green apple, uni and paddlefish roe; wild mushrooms with sunchoke, finger lime, coriander, and hazelnut praline; Arctic char with watercress, buttermilk, pomme soufflé and dill; roasted duck breast, confit leg with beet mole, kumquat and black rice and more. Vegetarian and fish menu available. $65/pp, $35/pp wine pairing.
Feb. 14. Delight in a festive Valentine’s Day dinner complete with dessert for two. Highlights of the menu include duck foie gras parfait; lobster and Tai snapper sashimi; cured acorn-fed Iberico ham; soy-glazed Alaskan black cod; Kaisen seafood paella; heart-shaped vegan polenta with market vegetables and quinoa; Chaya grilled ribeye steak; filet Mignon with black truffle sauce; and chocolate hearts of fire, a chocolate marshmallow and white chocolate ice cream sandwich. $75/pp.
Fig & Olive Melrose Place
Feb. 13-14. Treat your special someone to a four-course prix-fixe dinner at West Hollywood’s olive oil oasis. Highlights of the menu include Foie Gras with fig chutney; Chilean sea bass; filet Mignon; and more. $79/pp, $35/pp wine pairings.
Feb. 14. If dinner and a movie is on the agenda for you Valentine’s Day, drop by iPic Theatre-adjacent Tanzy for a six-course meal. Highlights of the menu include a selections of cheeses and charcuterie; lobster ravioli; grilled Angus filet Mignon with Gulf shrimp; and more. $69/pp.
Hungry Cat Hollywood
Feb. 14. Celebrate over a three-course menu that features selections like local halibut with buttermilk, apples, horseradish and Hackleback caviar; dungeness crab and burrata toast with avocado and sweet peppers; petit NY strip with dungeness crab; and more.
Hungry Cat Santa Monica Canyon
Feb. 14. Enjoy dinner steps from the ocean at the Hungry Cat’s westside’s outpost. For Valentine’s Day their three course menu includes highlights like chilled English pea soup with dungeness crab; grilled octopus with saffron potatoes; steak Oscar with ribeye of beef and Alaskan king crab; diver scallops with carrot risotto; and more.
Feb. 14. The Brentwood favorite offers a tasting menu that includes selections like Jerusalem artichoke soup; ahi tuna tartare; beet and potato gnocchi; risotto with sea urchin sauce; and more. $.140/pp, dishes available a la carte as well.
Feb. 14. Celebrate over a three-course meal that includes selections like beef tartare with black truffle; oysters on the half shell; American Wagyu flat iron steak with wild mushrooms, asparagus, salsify and black truffle glassato; Mediterranean turbot with shaved fennel, black olives, blood orange, basil and sunchoke passato; and more.
The Whisper Restaurant & Lounge
Feb. 14. Pair your Valentine’s Day shopping with a decadent four-course dinner. Menu highlights include chilled heirloom beets and winter citrus garnished with pistachio, avocado and fennel; king crab risotto with blood orange; Main lobster curry with Thai herbs; cast iron-roasted rib eye cap with creamed winter greens and cabernet sauce; Chilean sea bass with hot pepper-citrus vinaigrette and miso-roasted vegetables; and more including desserts like salted carmel chocolate ganache tart with caramel popcorn. $75/pp, $35/pp optional wine pairings.
Feb. 12-14. Celebrate all weekend long over specials like grilled Pacific plump oysters; Lady and the Tramp spaghetti and meatballs; pan roasted guinea fowl; lobster ravioli; and a special Sunday brunch complete with a complementary mimosa or bloody mary.
Feb. 12-14. The Brentwood steakhouse offers a decadent four-course menu to celebrate the holiday weekend. Highlights include housemade goat cheese cappelletti; braised beef short rib; TCHO chocolate soufflé; and more. $85/pp, $45/pp wine pairings.
The Restaurant at Mr. C
Feb. 12-14. While the stylish restaurant will be offering a special menu all weekend long, the experience culminates on Valentine’s Day with a romanic four-course meal ($135/pp). Highlights of the night include baked béchamel veal ravioli alla ciprani; Alaskan halibut and more.