Los Angeles Valentine’s Day Dining Guide

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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 restaurant guide.

Also check out the best Los Angeles Valentine’s Day Events

Edited by Christina Xenos

Indulge with your Valentine over an exclusive five-course “Caviar Affair” dinner menu. Delight in selections like  “Package of Love” Agnolotti with Red Wine and Point Reyes Blue Cheese, and the “You Had Me at Risotto” with Black Winter Truffles and Parmesan. The exclusive five-course prix-fixe menu also includes a bubbly glass of Nicolas Feuillate Rosé Champagne. You can also stop by on Saturday for the restaurant’s “morning after” brunch and celebrate over a three-course caviar centric menu. 321 North Robertson Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.271.6300. facebook.com/PetrossianBoutiqueRestaurant

Spend the evening with your Valentine touring the LACMA’s galleries, which feature romantic European masterpieces followed by a special dinner inspired by the art works at the LACMA Cafe. Highlights of the three-course menu include fruits de mer, coeur de boeuf frites; skate “amadine” and chocolate pavlova.$60/pp members, $75/pp for non-members. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., L.A., 323.857.6197. lacma.org

Downtown’s fine dining destination has partnered with iconic Parisian perfume house L’Artisan Parfumeur to create an exclusive menu, inspired by the natural fragrant ingredients of the Explosions d’Émotion collection. The three-course menu showcases Olalia’s deconstruction of the alluring notes found in L’Artisan’s fragrances, and the translation into a culinary experience. Highlights of the menu include Nova Scotia salmon with citrus-cured apple and grain mustard; Atlantic black cod with carrots and roasted garlic fumet; Omaha beef tenderloin with smoked potato mousseline and more. You can also opt for a six-course tasting menu and indulge on selections like layer cake of big eye tuna and black truffle risotto. $80/pp three courses; $160/pp six courses. 141 S. Grand Ave., downtown, 213.972.3331. patinarestaurant.com

Drago Centro
Dine on a four-course Italian feast from owner and chef Celestino Drago. Highlights of the menu include burrata and prosciutto, fettucine carbonara; chestnut agnolotti with ricotta, brown butter and sage; grilled swordfish; braised osso buco; chocolate and olive oil terrine and more. $68/pp. 525 S Flower St., downtown, 213.228.8998. DragoCentro.com

Cafe Pinot
The classic loves of literature align with LA Central Library-adjacent Cafe Pinot’s cuisine in this month-long celebration. The Literary Love Menu features a four-course tasting menu with dishes inspired by the love affairs of classic novels, chosen by L.A.’s City Librarian, John F. Szabo. Dine on a Waldorf salad inspired by Jay & Daisy from The Great Gatsby; gnocchi and truffles inspired by Romeo and Juliet from Romeo & Juliet; and Cote de Boeuf for two served with smoked fingerling potatoes and bone marrow inspired by Ennis and Jack from Brokeback Mountain. Dessert offers a trio of literary inspired chocolates from Compartes Chocolatier. $75/pp. 700 W. 5th St., downtown, 213.239.6500. patinagroup.com/CafePinot

Peninsula Beverly Hills
Treat your Valentine to dinner in a private poolside cabana at the roof garden of the luxury property. Dine to the tune of a strolling jazz guitarist on a four-course menu that features selections like loup de mer with bok choy, grilled kobe flatiron steak with pommes noisette, and more. Cabanas are outfitted with heaters and iPod docking stations and will feature a centerpiece of red roses. 9882 S. Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills. peninsula.com

Dine on a romantic four-course menu from chef Mette Williams at Culina inside the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles. Highlights of the menu include roasted leek and potato soup with vanilla poached lobster; hamachi crudo with candied kumquats and mini rose petals;  beet ravioli with burrata and black truffles; risotto with porcini mushrooms, roasted tomatoes and parmesan; manzo beef rib and short rib, walnut romesco and celery root puree; stuffed quail with Venetian black rice, pomegranate and quail jus and more. $95/pp., wine pairings available upon request. 6-1030 p.m. 300 South Doheny Dr., L.A. culinarestaurant.com

Barbershop Ristorante
Michelin-starred chef Walter el Nagar’s fifth installment of his pop-up concept puts his skills on display in an open-kitchen setting, and pairs his mix of traditional and cutting-edge cooking techniques with local and sustainable ingredients to offer an eclectic and provocative 12-course prix-fixe menu for $135/pp. BYOB, no corkage fee. 1555 Vine Street, #119, L.A., 424.272.5849. Reservations required: barbershop-ristorante.com

Roadhouse LA
Nothing says true romance like getting elbow-deep in barbecue sauce and following it up with barrels of laughter. LA’s newest BBQ joint presents the perfect Valentine’s Day dinner and a show at the Hollywood Improv. Feast on Robbie Richter’s award-winning barbecue offerings like Brooklyn brisket, jerk chicken, goat Punjabi poutine and more – or go all out with the Head of the Day and Texas chainsaw toast. Follow that up with a night of laughs with with Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman’s Hollywood Babble-On.  8162 Melrose Ave., L.A. hollywood.improv.com

The Polo Lounge
Treat your valentine to a four-course dinner in the storied Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Highlights of the menu include lightly smoked Kona kampachi, oyster chowder, Snake River Farms Kobe short rib, Chilean sea bass and more. 5-10 p.m. $155/pp. 9641 Sunset Blvd, Beverly Hills, 310.887.2777. dorchestercollection.com

SAAM at The Bazaar
For a unique and whimsical evening this Valentine’s Day, SAAM at The Bazaar will be offering a seasonal black truffle tasting menu. Chef Jose Andres and his culinary team have created a playful and inventive 18-course menu featuring black truffles foraged by The Truffle Brothers, Michael and Marco Pietroiacovom, of Italy. $250/pp, $100/pp optional wine pairing. 6:30-9:30 p.m. 465 South La Cienega Blvd., L.A., 310.246.5555. thebazaar.com

Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air
Celebrate in the romantic, tucked away setting of Hotel Bel-Air. Highlights of the three-course prix-fixe menu include Kumoamoto oyster with sudachi citrus and dashi gelee; Japanese hamachi sashimi with moro blood orange ponzu, myoga and young shiso buds; Maine Lobster pot pie with winter root vegetables, tarragon and lobster sauce Américaine; and more for $155/pp. You could also opt for a private dinner in the gazebo for two featuring a four-course tasting menu, bottle of champagne and personal butler for $1,500. 5-10 p.m. 701 Stone Canyon Rd., Bel-Air, 310.472.1211. dorchestercollection.com

Hakkasan Beverly Hills
Celebrate over a specialty menu that includes highlights like crispy duck salad, steamed dim sum platter, roasted silver cod, home braised veal ribs and more, including a chocolate orange dessert with dark chocolate mousse, blood orange, marshmallow and chocolate crumb. 233 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, 310.888.8661. hakkasan.com/beverlyhills

Montage Beverly Hills
From a rose-themed Valentine’s Day tea with a special gift at Parq Bar, to an in-room romantic dinner for two for those lucky enough to have a room booked, there are plenty of ways to celebrate at the Montage Beverly Hills. The luxurious hotel in Beverly Hills also offers a romantic rooftop Valentine’s Day lunch complete with a four-course meal and bottle of Hitching Post Rosé, and four-course dinner at Scarpetta. 225 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, 310.499.4199. montagebeverlyhills.com

Four Seasons Westlake Village
Dine on a special  three-course “His and Her” sweetheart dinner ($95/pp) with optional wine pairings and live singer in the Lobby Lounge. Guests can also choose to dine in the modern Japanese restaurant ONYX, where Chef Masa Shimakawa will prepare a special four-course menu ($75/pp) in addition to signature selections available a la carte. Two Dole Drive, Westlake Village, 818.575.3000. fourseasons.com/westlakevillage

The Langham
Find a variety of luxurious ways to woo your Valentine, including the Proposal of the Century. Their Terrace Restaurant features a four-course tasting menu for $65 per person or $95 per person with wine pairings; while at The Royce Wood-Fired Steakhouse you can dine on a four-course menu featuring wild salmon Wellington and Moyer Farm filet for $95 per person or $135 per person with wine pairings. Cap off your night in The Tap Room with intimate evening of Jazz with the Stephen Boyd Band, beginning at 8 p.m.  1401 S. Oak Knoll Ave., Pasadena. pasadena.langhamhotels.com

Dine in seaside sophistication at Hotel Casa del Mar. Catch offers vintage Valentine’s Day cards to everyone who celebrates at the restaurant in addition to a three-course menu. Highlights of the dinner includes black truffle and artichoke soup, Nantucket Bay scallops, and passion fruit chiffon cake. 5:30-10 p.m. $85/pp. 1910 Ocean Way, Santa Monica, 310.581.7714. hotelcasadelmar.com

One Pico
Dine seaside on a market-inspired menu from chef Sven Mede. Seafood focused highlights include fluke sashimi with tangerine; Dungeness crab cake with pickled cucumber; black truffle bucatini with butternut squash; whole lobster with Israeli cous cous and more. One Pico Blvd., Santa Monica. shuttersonthebeach.com/dining

Spend the evening in the airy romantic new restaurant at the Sunset Marquis Hotel. Highlights of the menu include yellowtail crudo with ponzu sauce; chilled Main lobster on a celeriac panna cotta; diver scallops with Brussels sprouts and baby carrots; prime beef tenderloin with potato fondant, coffee roasted parsnips and black winter truffle, and more. 1200 Alta Loma Rd, West Hollywood. sunsetmarquis.com

The impressive Moroccan decor and expertly crafted cocktails are just a few reasons to woo your Valentine at Acabar. Also find a four-course menu that features highlights like chilled oyster vichyssoise, hearts of palm with Nantucket Bay scallops, warm lobster salad, braised lamb duo and more. $125/pp. 1510 N Stanley Ave., L.A., 323.876.1400. acabar-la.com

Vertical Wine Bistro
Dine on a special three-course menu that includes offerings like shrimp bisque with fresh crab cake; pappardelle pasta with scallops and crab; lamb loin with potato gnocchi; filet Mignon with gorgonzola au gratin potatoes and asparagus; wild salmon with grilled asparagus and lobster coulis and more. $59/pp, $27/pp wine pairings. 70 N Raymond Ave, Pasadena, 626.795.3999. verticalwinebistro.com

W Los Angeles – Westwood
Executive Chef Dakota Weiss partners with award-winning, boutique winery LXV Wines for a special Valentine’s Day dinner. Highlights of the four-course menu include porcini budino, New York steak with short rib and tamarind agnolotti and more. $60/$100 including wine. 930 Hilgard Ave., L.A., 310.208.8765. wlosangeles.com

The Church Key
You’ll find no fancy prix fixe dinners here – just cartfuls of fun. Sunset Strip’s new hot spot will have a handful of Valentine’s-themed dishes on their rotating carts, including Crispy potato pierogi with whipped cream fraiche and caviar, Kushi oysters with St. Germain mignonette and rose champagne foam and a Lobster Spring Roll with cashew hoisin dip, along with themed cocktails. Enjoy them with your loved one or simply because they’re delicious. 8730 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 424.249.3700. thechurchkeyla.com

Park Grill
Celebrate in the stylish, sophisticated ambiance of the InterContinental Los Angeles. Dinner starts with tuna tartar paired with avocado mouse and taro chips and entrees include choices of bourbon honey glazed duck breast, scottish salmon and braised veal cheeks. 2151 Avenue of Stars, L.A., 310.284.6500. intercontinentallosangeles.com

Ray’s & Stark Bar
Indulge in a three-course menu that features octopus with burrata cheese; heart-shaped ravioli with beet pasta; and a sundae cart with a selection of offerings to make a tableside sundae. $60/pp. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., L.A., 323.857.6190. patinagroup.com/raysandstarkbar

Rustic Canyon
Dine on a varity of chef Jeremy Fox’s market-inspired small plates at this romantic Santa Monica restaurant. During the dinner diners may choose eight plates per table from a selection of 16 menu items. Highlights linclude steelhead tartare, Stone Valley Farms pork rillete, roasted scallops with cauliflower and more. $85/pp. 1119 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica, 310.393.7050. rusticcanyonwinebar.com

Dine in a warm, intimate setting on a five-course dinner designed by chef Suzanne Goin and prepared by Chef de Cuisine Javier Espinoza. Highlights of the menu include potato blinis with American caviar; diver scallop risotto with carbonara with fava beans and black truffle; braised beef daube with carrot puree and more. $125/pp. 8474 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, 323.655.6277. lucques.com

Celebrate the night in a a chic space boasting a glass roofed atrium and sumptuous bar with deep cushioned seating. Menu offerings include Main lobster and spiced carrot salad; wild mushroom farrotto with shaved pecorino; pan-seared halibut with English pea puree; grilled rack of lamb with saffron rice and more. $95/pp. 11648 San Vicente Blvd., L.A., 310.806.6464. tavernla.com

Red Med at the Formosa
Cuddle up in big leather booths or cozy up to a bartender at Formosa Café, as you sip on classic cocktails in the same digs that spawned legendary Hollywood romances between Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner and Natalie Wood and Robert Wagner. With a newly updated menu from famed restaurant Red Medicine, you can share elevated Vietnamese style bar food like chicken dumplings and crab spring rolls, or Wagyu beef brisket and whole deep-fried market fish in a casual, iconic setting. Lovers can sip on the “Champagne” Cocktail with Pierre Ferrand Ambre 10-year cognac and a sugar cube, or downhearted singles can drown their sorrows in the Grounds for Divorce with Makers Mark and Yuzu Bitters. 7156 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, 323.850.9050. formosacafe.com

Pair excellent wine selections by Caroline Styne with a four-course menu prepared by chef de cuisine Lauren Herman. The menu features specials like wild mushroom tart with fromage blanc; hamachi crudo with beet-meyer lemon salsa; grilled scallops with fennel puree; braised beef cheek with roasted kabocha squash and more. $100/pp. 8700 West 3rd St., 310.859.9859. aocwinebar.com

Culinary couples Karen and Quinn Hatfield invite guests to celebrate Valentine’s Day at Hatfield’s with an intimate five-course prix-fixe menu, featuring some of their favorite dishes. $140/pp, wine pairings available. 6-10:30 p.m. hatfieldsrestaurant.com

Celebrate over a luxurious eight-course menu from chef Josiah Citrin. Highlights of the menu include dishes like Citrin’s famous egg caviar, poached egg with lemon crème fraiche and American Caviar; Perigord truffle Risotto with mascarpone and shaved black truffles; and crispy Atlantic bass with Swiss chard, onions and sweet clover broth. Reservations required. $275/pp. 1104 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica, 310.395.0887. melisse.com

Tres by Jose Andres
Chef Jose Andres has created a multi-course prix-fixe menu for couples to enjoy in the sanctuary of Tres while cozying up in the restaurant’s cozy nooks and fireplace-side dining. $85/pp. 5:30-11 p.m. 465 South La Cienega Blvd., L.A., 310.246.5551. slshotels.com

The Bazaar
In addition to the regular menu, Jose Andres and Chef de Cuisine Holly Jivin will offer Valentine’s Day a la carte specials including black truffle dishes and tableside caviar kir royal cocktails. 6-11 p.m. 465 S La Cienega Blvd., L.A. thebazaar.com

Hinoki & the Bird
In addition to the regular menu, David Myers and Executive Chef Kuniko Yagi will be offering Valentine’s Day a la carte specials. 5:30-10 p.m. 10 Century Dr., L.A., 310.552.1200. hinokiandthebird.com

Dine on a four-course prix-fixe menu from chef Wolfgang Puck. Highlights of the menu include classic CUT cuisine like wagyu beef to milk-fed veal chops, grilled Colorado lamb chops, Maine diver scallops, Dover sole meuniere, Maine lobster and more, with a choice of favourite side dishes. Finish the feast with a “sweet aphrodisiac” dessert for two. $145/pp. 6-11 p.m. 9500 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, 310.276.8500. wolfgangpuck.com

The Wallace
Culver City’s chic new gastropub offers a special four-course menu that includes highlights such as lemonfish crudo, celery root veloute, sea bass with shelling beans, osso buco with cous cous, vanilla panna cotta and more. $65/pp, includes a complementary glass of sparking wine; $85/pp, includes a bottle of Scharffenberger brut rose. 3833 Main St, Culver City. thewallacela.com

Trattoria Neapolis
Indulge in a four-course romantic feast that includes oysters, bucatini with Maine lobster, wood-grilled veal chop, pan-seared Mediterranean sea bass, chocolate strawberry bombe and more, including their signature Valentine’s Day cocktail The Roman Love Letter ($12) with rose champagne, St. Germain, vodka, fresh lemon juice and bitters. $65/pp. 336 South Lake Ave., Pasadena, 626.792.3000. trattorianeapolis.com

Dine on a special menu that includes two glasses of Cremant D’Alsace, smoked salmon mousse, a dozen oysters on the half shell, broiled lobster thermidor with hedgehog mushrooms and faro risotto and more. $115/per couple. 1600 Wilcox Ave., L.A., 323.465.3675. littleforkla.com

Descanso Gardens
Dine on a four course menu that features highlights like warm celeriac soup with roasted celeriac, fried leeks; hazelnut-cavolo nero pesto, aged goat cheese, and shaved black bread; Arctic Char with herb roasted new potatoes, sautéed broccoli rabe. $70/pp for members, $78/pp for non-members. 818.790.3663. patinagroup.com/descansogardens

Comme Ça
Dine on a menu inspired by Julia Child and her husband Paul’s love of the holiday and their quirky celebrations while living in France. The three-course prix-fixe menu recreates classics from the Julia’s kitchen like Lobster Thermidor with cognac cream and glazed English peas and carrots; and Gateaux Paris-Brest with toasted almond and praline crème or Chocolate Soufflé with vanilla raspberry anglaise. Regular menu will also be available. 5:30-11 p.m. $59/pp. 8479 Melrose Ave., L.A., 323.782.1104. commecarestaurant.com

Enjoy a four-course prix-fixe menu that includes highlights like lobster bisque, pan-fried branzino, grilled lamb loin, Mo-chica strip steak and more. $55/pp. 514 W. 7th St., downtown. mo-chica.com

Nick + Stef’s Steakhouse
Spend your evening dining over three or four courses with selections like pan-seared diver scallops; oak-grilled filet Mignon with carrot-Yukon potato forchette; S’more Kiss with dark chocolate center, milk chocolate Chantilly, mallow fluff, and graham crumble. $65/pp for three courses; $75/pp for four courses. 330 S Hope St #100, 213.680.0330. patinagroup.com/nickstef

Dine on a five-course prix-fixe menu featuring selections like duck croquette with baby beets and burrata cheese, lobster and seafood medley with fried rice, prime beef with Brussels sprouts and butternut squash and more. $65/pp. 9575 W Pico Blvd, L.A., 310.277.0133. piccaperu.com

Kendall’s Brasserie and Bar
Celebrate the night by savoring a three or four course menu. Highlights include lobster bisque; veal sweetbreats with vegetable-truffle risotto; roasted barramundi with puy lentils and more. $60/pp for three courses; $75/pp for four courses. 135 N Grand Ave., 213.972.7322. patinagroup.com/kendallsbrasserie

Willie Jane
Dine on a three-course prix-fixe menu that features offerings like pan-fried sweetbreads, wild striped bass with charred escarole; oxtail agnolotti with peanut-black eye pea puree; prime sirloin with glazed cipollini onions and more. 1031 Abbot Kinney Blvd., L.A., 310.392.2425. williejane.com

Dine on a four-course prix-fise menu of haute Italian cuisine that includes selections like sunchoke soup with braised veal cheek; butternut squash tortelli, vegetables en papillote and more. $60/pp. 9201 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.278.2060. rivabellarestaurant.com

CHAYA Restaurants
Each CHAYA restaurant—Beverly Hills, Downtown, Venice—will feature a “Love at First Bite” Valentine’s Day three-course tasting menu, complemented by special guest entertainment, complimentary CHAYA truffles, and an exclusive “Early Love-Bird” special featuring a complimentary half bottle of rosé for reservations and guests arriving by or before 7 p.m. Specialty dishes at each location include selections like live halibut wrapped Santa Barbara sea urchin; Spanish octopus carpaccio with plum leaves aioli, pickled beets and Hearts on Fire; Madeira wine-braised lamb osso buco; seared mole kampachi yellowtail sashimi; and desserts such as a heart shaped bread pudding with dulce de leche ice cream, and heart shaped banana banana banana. The evening’s experience varies with each location. Reservations recommended. $65/pp Beverly Hills, $68/pp downtown and Venice. thechaya.com

Celebrate in a stylish setting over plant-based cuisine from chef/partner Tal Ronnen. The five course tasting menu includes a glass of champagne and highlights like spicy oven roasted romanesco; scaloppini chanterelle with an anorith apple gremolata; and red velvet cake with sweet mascarpone cream and white chocolate truffle. 8284 Melrose Ave., L.A., 323.782.9245. crossroadskitchen.com

Celebrate over a four-course menu designed by chefs Steve Samson and Zach Pollack. The menu will feature options for each course, with favorites from the regular menu available as well as specialty offerings for the evening. $65/pp. 9575 W Pico Blvd., L.A. sottorestaurant.com

The Strand House
Spending the evening dining on a multi-course menu over epic views of the Manhattan Beach Pier. Caviar ‘Croquet Madame’ poached asparagus, fried quail egg, hollandaise, toasted brioche; Seafood ‘Scampi’ black garlic linguini, rock shrimp, garlic flan, pickled fresno chili; Seared Dayboat Scallop truffle risotto, roasted heirloom beets, sorrel nave; Lam Ossobuco parsnip puree, caponata, crispy kale; Duo of Beef wagyu NY, braised beef cheeks, Anson Mills polenta, stinging nettles, syrah sauce; and more. $125/pp., optional wine pairing $50/pp. 117 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Manhattan Beach, 310.545.7470. thestrandhousemb.com

Whether you’re coupled or with your reveling with your friends, Pearl’s offers a magical night under the stars with a three-course aphrodisiac-inspired prix fixe menu. Highlights include oyster, watermelon salad, and Meyer Company hanger steak and shrimp. For those celebrating a girls night out, reservations of four ladies or more will receive a complimentary bottle of house bubbly and chocolate covered strawberries for the table.  Pearl’s will also be offering a Flower-Gram with a rose and personalized note for every reservation made. 8909 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, 310.360.6800. pearlsliquorbar.com

Mr. Chow at Malibu Country Mart
Dine on a three-course prix fixe menu offering traditional Beijing dishes such as Red Lantern water dumplings or duck roll; fresh lobster with butter sauce and black pepper; chicken with cantaloupe; prawns with garlic and green onion sauce and more. $85/pp. 5:30-11 p.m. Malibu Country Mart at 3835 Cross Creek Road #18A, Malibu, 310.456.7600. mrchow.com

THE Blvd.
Dine on a special four-course Valentine’s dinner menu inside the stylish Beverly Wilshire Hotel. Featured dishes will include starters such as tuna tataki with shrimp and lobster, homeade spagettini with kumamoto oysters, choice of broken arrow antelope or flounder with star anise essence, completed with a Peruvian warm chocolate soufflé. You can also opt for their special savory chocolate tasting menu offering a variety of selections like poached Maine lobster in an ivory chocolate sauce and Texas range antelope with chocolate sweet and sour cherry; $80/pp. 9500 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, 310.385.3901. theblvdrestaurant.com

Terranea Resort
Whether it’s a passionate prix fixe at Mar’sel or a cliff-side beer pairing dinner at Nelson’s that features Angel City Brewery and menu items like a shellfish platter for two, you’ll find plenty of romantic options (including room and spa packages) at the Palos Verdes resort. Find all the details here: terranea.com

Celebrate the evening at with a 14-course Lover’s Menu when you dine at the Chef’s Counter. Seatings are available at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.; $111, with optional wine pairings. You can also opt to dine during three floor seatings that feature dishes like pork belly and raw oyster, smoking goat milk cheese, dry-aged hanger steak and dark chocolate and cayenne candy bar. Seatings for the six-course menu are from 5-6 p.m., and 7-8 p.m.; $55/pp, wine pairings $30/pp. An eight-course menu is available during a 9 p.m. seating. 111 N. La Cienega Blvd., Beverly Hills, 310.289.8010. scratchbarla.com

The Churchill
Dine on a tasting menu for two filled with aphrodisiac-inspired dishes. Selections include Malpeque oysters with dashi mignonette, cured and smoked salmon tartare, habachi grilled halibut, marinated charred ribeye steak, chocolate brioche bread pudding and more. $140/per couple. 8384 W. 3rd St, West Hollywood. The-Churchill.com

Cafe del Rey
Spending the evening dining on chef Chuck Abair’s seasonally inspired Mediterranean fare. The three-course dinner features highlights like filet carpaccio, Maine lobster with orzo, black truffle risotto, dark chocolate cake and more. 5-11 p.m. 4451 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey, 310.823.6395. CAFEdelREYmarina.com

Salt’s Cure
Dine on a special a la carte Valentine’s Day menu created specifically for the evening. Specials include lamb tartar, butter-poached lobster, stuffed quail breast with fried quail eggs, and more. 7494 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, 320.850.7258. saltscure.com

Napa Valley Grille
Celebrate the holiday with a special four-course “Lovers Tasting Menu” that also includes a prosecco toast. Selections on the menu include satsuma and fuji apple salad, surf and turf to share, and Grand Marnier-infused chocolate covered strawberries. $125/per couple, available Feb. 13-20, a la carte menu is available as well. 1100 Glendon Ave #100, L.A. napavalleygrille.com

Fig & Olive Melrose Place
Dine on a three course French Riviera-inspired dinner from chef Pascal Lorange. Selections include seared scallops and chanterelle with mushroom tapenade and porcini oil, beef tartare, roasted rack of lamb, Valrhona chocolate brownie and more. $65/pp. figandolive.com

Celebrate with a seasonally driven four-course tasting menu featuring wild ingredients such as forest tea, sage, wild flowers, and elderberry. Highlights of executive chef CJ Jacobson’s menu include crudo of local bass marinated in forest tea with winter citrus, elderberry wine curd and wild flowers; roasted black cod or wild Wagyu strip loin with winter black truffle sauce, brownie chocolate “pudding” cake and more. $75/pp. Also available on Feb. 15. Seatings are at 5:30, 7:30, and 9:30 p.m. 1334 Moorpark St., L.A. girasolrestaurant.com

Mud Hen Tavern
Opposites attract at Susan Feniger’s new restaurant and bar. The themed Valentine’s Day menu features selections like “Fire and Ice” with Sister Point oysters on the half hell with chili-infused cucumber ice; “Black and White” with wood oven roasted salmon with Mexican black corn succotash and salsa roja; “Thick and Thin” with thick cut rip-eye steak with thinly sliced potato au gratin. 742 N. Highland Ave., L.A., 323.203.0500. mudhentavern.com

The Must
Find two ways to celebrate the day at the newly opened wine bar downtown. Upstairs you will not be relegated to any prix fixe menus, just your favorite fare with optional specials from which to choose from on the menu along with plenty of wine selections, DJs and photo opps with cupid. In their private wine cellar you can opt to reserve a space for their special Dinner in the Dark (also on Feb. 5) where—blinefolded—a the sommelier, chef and other wine professionals will guide you through a four-course dinner and wine pairing. A glass of bubbly welcomes you to the evening, which runs $69/pp with seatings at 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., reservations required. 117 Winston St., downtown, 213.628.2000. themust.com

Church & State
The downtown Arts District favorite is offering a special menu using ingredients that are know for their aphrodisiac qualities. Highlights include (chilled oysters, caviar, watercress avocado, and watermelon radish), St. Jacques et Coquillages (scallops, shellfish, artichokes, gratin), and Tournedos de Boeuf (beef tenderloin, potato, spinach, shallots, black winter truffle jus). $95/pp; add on a wine pairing for $50/pp. 1850 Industrial St., L.A., 213.405.1434. churchandstatebistro.com

Shade Hotel
Celebrate over a three-course prix-fixe menu that features highlights like “The Ultimate Lovers Sip & Dip” with heirloom tomato bisque, basil oil, mini tuscan grilled cheese, vine ripened rosso bruno tomato caprese cup; “Sweetheart Surf and Turf with pomegranate braised black Angus short rib; nad chili dusted jumbo shrimp with yucca mast and avocado cream, and more. $50/pp. Seatings from 7-9 p.m. 1221 N Valley Dr, Manhattan Beach, 310.546.4995. shadehotel.com

The Whisper Restaurant and Lounge
What better way to treat your Valentine than to take them shopping at The Grove followed by a special prix-fixe dinner at the Whisper Restaurant and Lounge. Highlights of the menu include heirloom beets and buratta and bacon-wrapped Niman Ranch pork tenderloin. $75/pp, $105/pp with wine pairings. The Grove, 189 The Grove Dr., L.A., 323.931.0202. whisperloungela.com

The Pikey
The Hollywood English pub offers specials like lobster ravioli, “Lady and the Tramp” long-cut spaghetti and meatballs, “two love birds” quail stuffed with Marquez sausage, whole steamed lobster for two with shoestring fries and more, including six West Coast oysters on the half shell with a bottle of bubbly for $25. 7617 W Sunset Blvd., L.A., 323.850.5400. thepikeyla.com

Post & Beam
Celebrate with a special three-course menu that includes offerings like hangar steak with Lyonnaise potato; wild grouper with smoked celery root mashed; and devil’s food cake with Nutella butter cream frosting. $43/pp. 3767 Santa Rosalia Dr., L.A, 323.299.5599. postandbeamla.com

Tortilla Republic
Celebrate the night over a four-course menu of modern Mexican cuisine. Selections include lobster and crab carpaccio; six oyster on the half shell; fig and chorizo pork chop; roasted lamb chops and more. $65/pp. 616 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, 310.657.9888. tortillarepublic.com

Treat your Valentine to a couples feast that include champagne and dining highlights like seared albacore sashimi, pan fried Japanese scallops with truffle mashed potatoes, in addition to robata and sushi courses. $55/pp; $80/pp, premium feast. 8439 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood. katanala.com

BOA Steakhouse Sunset
Celebrate with the Chef’s Valentine’s special for two, which includes Malpeque oysters with truffled caviar; 16 oz. Chateaubriand for Two, carved table-side, and served with “Crab Oscar” mashed potatoes, white asparagus, and béarnaise; lobster thermidor for Two, served with farmers’ market vegetables and thermidor sauce. 9200 W Sunset Blvd #650, West Hollywood. boasteak.com

Umami Burger
Nothing says love like a well crafted burger and Umami brings back their Heart Throb Burger just for this occasion. Sink your teeth into their signature beef patty topped with fried shiitake mushrooms, bacon lardons, heart-shaped and fried truffled ricotta with goat cheese, arugula salad and a truffled port reduction. Enjoy the burger solo, add on their fixed price menu ($40 per couple) with appetizers, sides and dessert, or revel in your mutual burger love with a wine or beer pairing ($70 per couple) to boot. Umami.com

RockSugar Pan Asian Kitchen
Celebrate with a four course prix-fixe menu of South Asian specialities like crispy samosas, sweet-hot shrimp, glazed pork chop, Singapore black peppered filet Mignon and more. 10250 Santa Monica Blvd., L.A. rocksugarpanasiankitchen.com

Whiskey Red’s
Spend the evening dining over 180-degree views of the Marina del Rey harbor on a four-course “sweetheart menu,” complete with live entertainment, a photo booth and complimentary glass of champagne. Menu highlights include white Mexican shrimp tartlet, curried Dungeness crab and corn parfait, forbidden grilled salmon with shipped potatoes, grilled beef tenderloin with Yukon gold mashed potatoes and more. 13813 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey. whiskeyreds.com

La Dolce Vita
Celebrate in the classic ambiance of the former Beverly Hills Rat Pack hangout. Highlights of the four-course menu include veal meatballs in marinara, linguini with assorted seafood, grilled salmon, a mini Italian dessert platter and more including a bottle of Sortesele Pinot Grigio, Tiziano Chianti or Ruffino Prosecco. 9785 Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills $150/pp. ladolcevitabeverlyhills.com

Post & Beam
Celebrate with a special three-course menu that includes offerings like hangar steak with Lyonnaise potato; wild grouper with smoked celery root mashed; and devil’s food cake with Nutella butter cream frosting. $43/pp. 3767 Santa Rosalia Dr., L.A, 323.299.5599. postandbeamla.com

BOA Steakhouse Santa Monica
Dine on specials like grilled calamari salad and prime hangar steak au poivre with pommes dauphinoise. 101 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica. boasteak.com

Sushi Roku Santa Monica
Celebrate of a special chef’s omakase menu with red velvet pudding for dessert. $80/pp. 1401 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica. sushiroku.com

Sushi Roku Pasadena
Indulge in a chef’s Valentine’s Day omakase menu, which includes dessert, champagne and themed-cocktails. 33 Miller Alley, Pasadena. sushiroku.com

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