Where to Spend Valentine’s Day in Los Angeles

Rooftop pool and cabanas at The London West Hollywood.

Whether you’re spending Valentine’s Day in Los Angeles with a special someone or solo, we’ve compiled top events, indulgences and dining for you.

Edited by: Christina Xenos

Romance at the Los Angeles Philharmonic
Feb. 14-16. Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a performance of Richard Strauss’ Don Quixote at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Young French cellist Gautier Capuçon and the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s own violist, Carrie Dennis, portray Quixote and Sancho Panza in a spirited double concerto. Swiss-French guest conductor Charles Dutoit also leads Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture and Mozart’s Symphony No. 29. 111 S. Grand Ave., downtown, 323.850.2000. laphil.com

Art lovers can find special events and extended hours from 6-9 p.m. You can also take a self-guided Love Hurts tour inspired by works in LACMA’s collection portraying heartbreak, jealousy, affairs ending badly, and more. Also find special menus at C+M and Ray’s and Stark Bar, in addition to LACMA’s popular RED pop-up dinner. LACMA, 5905 Wilshire Blvd., L.A., 323.857.6000. lacma.org

Rockwell: Table & Stage
Enjoy a three-course dinner and the debut of “For The Record: The Marshalls.” Garry and Penny Marshall are responsible for some of the most successful and well known comedic and romantic films ever made. Music and moments in the live, music concert include Marshall-directed films such as Pretty Woman, Big, The Other Sister, Runaway Bride, Riding In Cars With Boys, The Preacher’s Wife, Beaches, A League Of Their Own, Awakenings and more. 6:30 p.m. dinner, 8 p.m. show. $79 (partial view seating) $99 (premier seating) 1714 N. Vermont Ave., L.A., 323.669.1550. rockwell-la.com

Rock & Reilly’s “Shred Your Ex” Valentine’s Day Party
Bring a photo of one of your past heartbreaker(s) to destroy in the bar’s shredder and enjoy a complementary cocktail. 11:30 am-close. 8911 West Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.360.1400. rnrpub.com

The Abbey Food + Bar
Arrive solo and leave with the date of your dreams at The Abbey Food + Bar’s third annual Valentine’s Day texting Party. Got your eye on that guy from across the room? Get his number (as in, the one pinned to his shirt) and text him a note. He’ll see it up on the big screen and respond accordingly. Let drink specials and tunes from DJ Dawna Montell quell those inhibitions and set the perfect mood for this singles soiree. No cover. 692 North Robertson Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.289.8410. sbe.com/abbey

Bonnie & Clyde at The Hudson
Take refuge from happy couples with drink specials all night long either on the Bonnie (grey goose pear, St. Germaine, grapefruit juice, grapefruit zest), or the Clyde: Stella and a shot of Jameson. 1114 North Crescent Heights, L.A., 323.654.6686. thehudsonla.com

“The Night of All Nights” at Bootsy Bellows
The evening hosted by Rob Zabrecky features performances by Lynda Kay (who will dedicate her set to love songs while cupid hands out roses) and Ruby Champagne with Organ accompaniment by Kristian Hoffman and comedic juggling by Michael Rayner. $60/pp, includes a three-course dinner and the show. 8:30 p.m. 9229 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.274.7500. bootsybellows.com

Cupid’s Stupid
Stop by Shorebar for a Valentine’s inspired cocktail feat. Brian Rook DJs and you can get in on “spin the bottle service” (Waitress spins the bottle, whoever it stops on “pays the bill”) for $250. 112 W. Channel Rd. 310.429.1851. shorebarsm.com

Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
Share the love on Valentine’s Day with buy-one-get-one free beverages all day long at participating Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf locations. CoffeeBean.com

Magnolia Bakery
Enjoy festive treats like Sweet Sayings Cupcakes, a sinfully rich devil’s food cupcake topped with chocolate ganache and a sweet saying inscribed on top; Valentine’s Day Cupcakes, vanilla, chocolate and red velvet cupcakes topped with chocolate or vanilla buttercream and Valentine’s Day decorations; Valentine’s Day Cookies; and more. 8389 West 3rd St., L.A., 323.951.0636. magnoliabakery.com

Auntie Em’s Kitchen
Order by Feb. 11. Share the love with sweet treats like a heart-shaped red velvet cake, mini raspberry and blackberry chocolate bundt cake, burning love cupcakes, chocolate cherry brownie, chocolate-covered strawberries, assorted homemade truffles and conversation heart sugar cookies. 4616 Eagle Rock Blvd., Eagle Rock, 323.255.0800. auntieemskitchen.com

Sweet Rose Creamery
Order through Feb. 12. Surprise your Valentine with Sweet Rose’s signature bonbons (bite size chocolate-dipped desserts come in flavors like spicy chocolate, guava, and white chocolate gelato) or dessert for two (chocolate sponge cake with raspberry semifreddo). 225 26th Street, Unit 51, Santa Monica, 310.260.2663. SweetRoseCreamery.com

The Sycamore Kitchen
On Valentine’s Day, Karen Hatfield offers dainty and delicious cookies and cakes for two. Cake flavors include coconut, tres leches and chocolate peanut butter. 143 S. La Brea, 323.939.0151. thesycamorekitchen.com

Dine on a decadent five-course menu that includes dishes such as the egg royale (signature caviar, soft scrambled egg, and vodka whipped cream); prime tenderloin with bone marrow butter, sweet onion jam, Weiser Farm rosemary potatoes, and beef jus; and chocolate pot au crème with hazelnut, sea salt, caramel, and toffee. You can also extend your luxurious evening at home with and array of caviar, chocolate, and champagne from Petrossian’s in-house boutique. Champagne and caviar specials will also continue through the Valentine’s Day weekend in celebration of the season of love. Dinner $75/pp. 321 North Robertson Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.271.0576. facebook.com/PetrossianBoutiqueRestaurant

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 multicourse menu featuring black truffles foraged by The Truffle Brothers, Michael and Marco Pietroiacovom, of Italy. Black truffle dishes include “Dark Egg” with carbonara; Penne with black truffles and almond milk; and Turbot with black pepper air and chicken perigueux sauce. $250/pp, $100 optional wine pairing. Reservations are required. 465 South La Cienega Blvd, 310.246.5555. thebazaar.com/beverly-hills

Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air
Master chef Wolfgang Puck has created a indulgent menu served in the intimate setting of the Hotel Bel-Air. The four-course menu includes dishes such as Osetra Caviar, Hand Cut Tortelloni with celery root and marcapone, Maine Lobster with parsnip puree, winter root vegetables, tarragon and lobster sauce Americaine, and a Caramelized White Chocolate Mille Feuille with candied hazelnuts and espresso ice cream. $175/pp. Reservations are required. Additionally, The Bar will be offering a special Valentine’s Day cocktail, Addicted to Love with Aperol, St. Germaine, lemon juice and rose champagne. 701 Stone Canyon Road, 310.909.1644. hotelbelair.com/wolfgang-puck-bel-air

At the new location of the groundbreaking small plates restaurant, dine on a four-course prix-fixe dinner featuring highlights like yellowtail crudo, roasted asparagus and wild mushrooms with prosciutto, leek and goat cheese agnolotti and more. $100/pp, wine pairings are available. 8700 West 3rd St., L.A., 310.859.9859. aocwinebar.com

Dine on the regular all-day menu that will be available all evening, or tangle forks over a series of special V-Day dishes also portioned for two like hamachi crudo, artichoke risotto with black truffles, turbot “al cartoccio” with Meyer lemon. Dining duos can also find the perfect match for their plates with Creative Bar Director Chris Ojeda’s specialty cocktails for the evening. 8764 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, 310.432.2000. cecconiswesthollywood.com

Scott Conant’s Scarpetta Beverly Hills at The Montage
Celebrate with a four-course tasting menu that features some of Scarpetta’s signature dishes, like roasted sea scallops served with delicata squash; porcini and taleggio ravioli topped with chestnuts and black winer truffles; creamy polenta with fricassee of truffled mushrooms; and crispy striped bass with sunchokes. $95/pp. 225 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, 866.743.7559. montagebeverlyhills.com

Gordon Ramsay at The London West Hollywood
Enjoy a three-course meal, paired with the best in bubbly, at Gordon Ramsay at The London West Hollywood. This package includes an exclusive invitation for pre or post cocktails on the rooftop boasting breathtaking, panoramic views of the city. $95/pp. Ramsay at The London West Hollywood, 1020 N. San Vicente Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.358.7788. thelondonwesthollywood.com

Valentine’s Day Rooftop Package at The London West Hollywood
Dine on a three-course menu with wine pairing in one of The London’s exclusive rooftop pool cabanas that offer panoramic views of the L.A. skyline. The package can accommodate up to four people and also includes a bottle of champagne, in addition to your own private server. $500/per couple. Gordon Ramsay at The London West Hollywood, 1020 N. San Vicente Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.358.7788. thelondonwesthollywood.com

Culina, Modern Italian
Dine on a decadent four-course menu that beings with antipasti of oysters on the half shell served with a champagne mignonette or sea urchin mousse with ginger vinaigrette. Other highlights include ravioli with caprino cheese, butter poached lobster with apricots, American Kobe flat iron steak and more. $85/pp, $65/pp wine pairings. Standard menu available upon request. 300 S Doheny Dr., L.A., 310.860.4000. culinarestaurant.com

Shutters On The Beach One Pico
Perfect for the holiday, indulge in a Vosges chocolate menu and truffle pairing. Each course will be infused with Vosges chocolate and a truffle will be paired and served alongside. Highlights include oysters with white chocolate, and sweetbread and lobster salad with milk chocolate croutons. $105/pp. Shutters On The Beach Hotel, 1 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, 310.587.1717. shuttersonthebeach.com

Langham Huntington Hotel and Spa
Spend Valentine’s Day at the Langham with several options highlights include chocolate afternoon tea in the lobby lounge (Feb. 14-17) that includes a selection of savory sandwiches, scones and more $59/pp. You can also opt for a four-course tasting menu in the Terrace, $75/pp or $105 with wine pairings. The Royce offers a five-course tasting menu for $125/pp, or $175 with wine pairings. Then stop by the Tap Room for jazz and drinks where the Peter Smith Trio will perform starting at 8 p.m. 401 S Oak Knoll Ave., Pasadena, 626.568.3900. pasadena.langhamhotels.com

Peninsula Beverly Hills
At this romantic enclave in Beverly Hills you can celebrate in three distinct settings. Dine with your Valentine in a private poolside cabana (normally reserved only for hotel guests) surrounded by panoramic views of the city and receive monogrammed napkins, centerpiece of red roses, four-course meal, live accompaniment by a jazz artist and more ($350/per couple). The Roof Garden restaurant offers a four-course menu, red rose, live accompaniment by a jazz artist and more ($78/$125 pp with wine pairings). Opt for The Belvedere and receive a red rose for the couple, five-course gourmet menu, and live piano music ($135/$185 pp with premium wine pairings). 9882 S Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills, 310.551.2888. peninsula.com

Ray’s & Stark Bar
Dine a special menu that includes dishes for two people to share. Highlights include big eye tuna sashimi; heart raviolo: beet pasts with ricotta cheese and blood orange brown butter; guinea hen with preserved orange puree, bacon, polenta and wild mushrooms. $65 for three courses; $75 for four courses. 5905 Wilshire Blvd., L.A., 323.857.6180. raysandstarkbar.com

Comme Ca
Dine on a three-course prix-fixe menu featuring sensuous dishes from chef David Myers. Highlights include ricotta ravioli, dorade with eggplant caviar and strawberry tartlet. $68/pp. Regular menu available as well. 8479 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, 323.782.1104. commecarestaurant.com

Culinary couple Karen and Quinn Hatfield invites guests to celebrate Valentine’s Day at Hatfield’s with an intimate five-course prix-fixe menu, featuring some of their favorite dishes. $135/pp, $60 optional wine pairings. $60/pp. 6703 Melrose Avenue, 323.935.2977. hatfieldsrestaurant.com

The Parish
Dine on a special three-course prix-fixe menu from chef Casey Lane. Highlights include oysters and links; ricotta dumplings; wood-fired rotisserie chicken and more. $55/pp. 840 S. Spring St., downtown, 213.225.2400. TheParishLA.com

Dine on a playful, love themed nine-course tasting menu from chef Niki Nakayama. ch guest will receive a complimentary sparkling wine and a rose as a token of adoration. $225/pp, $85/pp optional wine pairing. Seatings at 5:45pm, 6:15pm, 8:45pm, 9:15pm. 3455 South Overland Ave., 310.836.6252. n-naka.com

Tres by Jose Andres
Celebrate Valentine’s Day all day long starting with a special afternoon tea that features sweet and savory bites. The day continues with a seven-course tasting menu featuring dishes such as scallop ceviche; beef tartar; lobster with rose and citrus; and dipped bon bons. Reservations are required. Afternoon tea: $32/pp 3-5 p.m.; dinner $75/pp 5:30-10:30 p.m. 465 South La Cienega Blvd, 310.246.5552. thebazaar.com

The Bazaar
Special “His and Hers” libations will be offered along with a Valentine’s Day a la carte tapas menu. Couples will receive a romantic departing Valentine’s Day gift. The regular dinner menu will also be available. 465 South La Cienega Blvd, 310.246.5555. thebazaar.com

Celebrate with an eight-course menu from Chef Josiah Citrin. Each meal begins with Citrin’s signature Egg Caviar and continues with highlights like true day boat scallop with roasted beets, lobster bolognese with Perigord truffles (supplemental charge), crispy Atlantic bass and more. $250/pp. Citrin will also served a seven-course version of the dinner Feb. 15-16, for $150/pp. 1104 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica, 310.395.0881. melisse.com

Patina Restaurant
Whether you want three, four, five or six courses to celebrate your evening, Patina has you covered. Menu highlights include marinated hamachi; Oeuf raviolo with ricotta, brown butter and black truffle; Dover sole mueniere and more. $75 for three courses; $90 for four courses; $120 for five courses; $150 for six courses. 41 South Grand Ave., downtown, 213.972.3331. patinarestaurant.com

Chef Suzanne Goin offers a five-course dinner prepared by Chef de Cuisine Javier Espinoza. Highlights include lover’s antipasto with potato blinis with caviar, oysters and roasted pancetta-wrapped asparagus; diver scallop with toasted cornbread; veal chop with carrot puree and more. $125/pp, with a supplemental wine pairing for $50. 8474 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, 323.655.6277. lucques.com

Dine on a four-course menu of Tavern’s favorites that includes baked goods and desserts made on location at The Larder at Tavern. Highlights include oysters and caviar; poached duck egg; John Dory with artichokes and more. $95/pp. 11648 San Vicente Blvd., L.A., 310.806.6464. tavernla.com

Celebrate over a six-course menu that features highlights like yellowtail tiradito and pan-roasted halibut. $60/pp, includes one glass of cava; Optional wine pairings are available for $23. 9575 W. Pico Blvd., L.A., 310.277.0133. piccaperu.com

Dine on chef Ricardo Zarate’s Peruvian specialties in a six-course menu that features highlights like a pisco shooter, and stuffed Peruvian cucumber with queso fresco. $49/pp, includes a glass of cava; additional wine pairings are available for $20. 514 W. 7th St., downtown, 213.622.3744. mo-chica.com

WP24 Restaurant and Lounge
Dine in WP24’s fine dining room on a six-course prix-fixe Valentine’s Day menu featuring one of the restaurant’s most cherished dishes, Roasted Duckling Peking Style with traditional garnishes, $160/pp. You can also opt for the WP24 lounge and savor the “Love of Chocolate” Valentine’s Day dessert menu prepared by newly appointed pastry chef, Michael Aguilar. The dessert menu, built for sharing, features items including spiced hot chocolate shooter, caramel chocolate tart and chocolate passion macaroon, $24. The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles, 900 W. Olympic Blvd., downtown, 213.743.8824. ritzcarlton.com

The Strand House
Dine on a five course prix-fixe menu with sweeping views of the ocean. Your mean beings with a rose champagne toast and moves on to dishes like Nantucket Bay scallops and New Zealand John Dory. After dinner, heads downstairs to Strand Bar for specialty cocktails like the Love Story (Akvinta vodka, crème de cacao, Godiva dark chocolate liqueur, Luzardo maraschino, house-made cherry syrup, and finished with shaved Callebaut chocolate) and tunes from a guest DJ. 117 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Manhattan Beach, 310.545.7470. thestrandhousemb.com

Hungry Cat Santa Monica Canyon
Celebrate with a three-course menu featuring dungeness crab salad; smoked arctic char; pan seared scallops; whole grilled lobster and more. 100 W Channel Rd, Santa Monica, 310.459.3337. thehungrycat.com

Red Medicine
Indulge your eyes and your tastebuds in a six-course dinner of hand-picked selections. Choose from beautifully plated Southeast Asian-inspired dishes like Indian eggplant, beef tartare, charred uni, live New England scallops cooked over hot river stones, or Imperial Wagyu beef brisket braised for 36 hours with palm sugar. All dishes are perfect for sharing. $85/pp. 8400 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, 323.651.5500. redmedicinela.com

Feb. 7-Feb 21. Dine on a special four-course Mexi-China Valentine’s menu that includes highlights like Mao’s maize cake, Sea of Cortez sea urchin ceviche, fire-charred pork chop and more. $60/pp, wine pairings $35/$65. 7360 Beverly Blvd., L.A., 323.933.5300. PlayaRivera.com

Dine on a tasting menu of Jar’s signature dishes along with seasonal creations like Nantucket Bay scallops with uni, Shanghai noodles, lobster dumplings, roasted tenderloin and more, including Jar’s signature pot roast. $85/pp. 8225 Beverly Blvd., L.A., 323.655.6566. thejar.com

Feb. 7-Feb 21. Dine on a special four-course Corazones y Rosas Valentine’s menu that includes sea bass filet and petit filet with malbec wine sauce. $75/pp, including wine pairings for $35/$65. 1050 S. Flower St., downtown, 213.749.1460. riverarestaurant.com

LA Market Restaurant by Kerry Simon
Feb. 14. Dine on a three-course prix-fixe menu that includes celebrity chef Kerry Simon’s signature alentine’s Day themed Junk Food Platter as well as butter poached scallops with harissa carrot, smoky celery, golden grapefruit and sweetheart fruit and more in addition to a glass of champagne or a bellini. $60/pp. Regular menu available as well. JW Marriott Los Angeles LA Live. 213.765.8630. lalivemarriott.com

Osteria Drago
Dine on a five-course prix-fixe menu at one of Sunset Blvd.’s most romantic locations. Highlights include Maine lobster; heart-shaped ravioli filled with eggplant and buffalo ricotta; prime beef tenderloin, Barolo chanterelle mushroom sauce; and more. $65/pp. 8741 W Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.657.1182. osteriadrago.com

Dine on a special three-course menu from chef Bruce Kalman. Highlights includes wild mushroom risotto, chilled oysters, grilled hangar steak, Morrow Bay black cod, roasted suckling pig and more. $55/pp, regular menu also available. 8384 W 3rd St., L.A., 323.655.8384. the-churchill.com

Kendall’s Brasserie and Bar
Highlights of Kendall’s Valentine’s Day menu include crispy egg “cordon bleau” with prosciutto and asparagus; winter squash risotto; herb crusted sea bass and more. $60 for three courses; $75 for four courses. 135 N Grand Ave., downtown, 213.972.7322. patinagroup.com/kendallsbrasserie

Koi Los Angeles
Get in the mood over sushi specials like Cupid’s Arrow (spicy albacore, shishito peppers, strawberries wrapped in soy paper topped with yellowtail citrus ginger sauce), seabass spring role, strawberry martini with a champagne twist and more including two Disaronno sparkling cocktails. 730 N La Cienega Blvd., L.A., 310.659.9449. koirestaurant.com

Plan the perfect evening with Gladstones’ choose-your-own dinner packages. Start with an aphrodisiac-filled prix-fixe dinner for two, including oysters three ways, Alaskan halibut, 16-oz Chateaubriand and more. Upgrade your experience with a cozy ocean view booth or bottle of champagne and end your night with a walk on the beach for the perfect finishing touch. 173000 Pacific Coast Hwy, Pacific Palisades. sbe.com/gladstones

Muddy Leek
The Helms Bakery district eatery will be plating a few special Valentine’s Day offerings alongside their weekly changing menu of farm-to-table fare, including: Fanny Bay Oysters with Red Wine Mignonette, Lobster Tortellini and Goat Cheese, and an Artichoke Soufflé with Black Truffles. 8631 Washington Blvd., 310.838.2281. bonmelangecatering.com/muddyleek

Dine on a four-course prix-fixe menu that includes highlights like oysters on the half shell, juniper-cured salmon, butter poached lobster, beef carpaccio, seared sea scallops, braised beef cheek and more. $75/pp. 4500 Los Feliz Blvd., L.A. messhallla.com

Post & Beam
Start your evening with the Aphrodite’s Delight (silver tequila, strawberry puree, and chocolate milk) and dine on menu highlights like oysters, quail, heritage pork loin, and smoked beef brisket. $30/pp. Regular menu also available. 3767 Santa Rosalia Dr., L.A., 323.299.5599. postandbeamla.com

The Palihouse Courtyard Brasserie
Dine on a three-course dinner featuring highlights of chestnut soup, loup de mer, mole-braised short rib of beef, and more including a complimentary shot of tequila or glass of red or white wine. 8465 Holloway Dr., West Hollywood, 323.656.4100. palihouse.com

Ninethirty at the W Los Angeles-Westwood
Indulge in an seven-course “novel” of small bites, reminiscent of a love story. Highlights include trio of tartare (beet, Kobe, yellowtail), buttered sea scallop, short ribs, pot de creme and more. $85/pp. 930 Hilgard Ave., L.A., 310.443.8211. ninethirtyw.com

Descanso Gardens
Dine on a three-course menu that features highlights of warm mushroom and herb salad, pan seared Atlantic salmon, strawberries and cream and more. $65 for members, $73 for non-members. 1418 Descanso Dr., La Canada Flintridge, 818.790.3663. patinagroup.com/descanso

STK Los Angeles
Dine on a three-course couples menu that features highlights of red heirloom gaspacho with jumbo lump crab and a half dozen kumamoto oysters, roasted lobster tail, filet Mignon, and more. $150/per couple. 755 N La Cienega Blvd., L.A., 310.659.3535. stkhouse.com

Tower Bar at Sunset Tower Hotel
Dine a three-course menu featuring highlights of roasted corn soup with poblano chiles, Tuscan kale hearts of palm grilled, black pepper crusted ahi, roasted half duck, bone in rib eye, grilled pork chop and more. $125/pp. 8358 Sunset Blvd., L.A., 323.848.6677. sunsettowerhotel.com

In addition to Chef Brandon Boudet’s regular menu, the Valentine’s Day elit Martini for Two for ($29) includes 7 oz. of elit Stolichnaya with your choice of Lemon twist, Cosmo Side Car, Olives, or House Cured Cipollini Onions. 8715 Beverly Blvd., L.A., 310.652.2335. dominicksrestaurant.com

Hungry Cat Hollywood
Dine on a three-course menu full of highlights like tandoori spiced albacore tuna, date puree, yogurt, pomegranates, pistachios, naan; dungeness crab, little gems, roasted root vegetables, green goddess; steamed black cod, dashi, maitake mushrooms, poached egg, chili sauce; braised short rib, maine lobster, fingerling potato hash, béarnaise; and more. $75/pp. 1535 Vine St., L.A., 323.462.2155. thehungrycat.com

Montage Beverly Hills Chocolate Lover’s Tea
Feb. 14-17. Over Valentines weekend from noon-4pm, treat yourself of someone special to a Chocolate Lover’s Tea. The menu includes macaroons, napoleons, bonbons and more. $55/adult, $33/child. Call 310.499.4199 to reserve. 225 N Canon Dr., Beverly Hills. montagebeverlyhills.com

Nick + Stef’s Steakhouse
Celebrate over a special menu that includes herbed ricotta ravioli, oak grilled filet Mignon, and crispy skin duck breast with sauteed rapini. $60 for three courses; $75 for four courses. 330 Hope St., downtown, 213.680.0330. patinagroup.com/nickstef

Café Pinot
Savor a menu that includes highlights of French scrambled eggs, spicy grilled octopus, Peking Duck and more. $65 for three courses; $75 for four courses. 700 West 5th St., downtown, 213.239.6500. patinagroup.com/cafepinot

Celebrate over a four course prix-fixe dinner that features highlights of Kumamoto oysters, lobster veloute, Kobe beef tartare, sweet pea risotto with truffle butter, scallops with cauliflower puree, mushroom ravioli, loup de mer, and more. $110/pp. 2454 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica, 310.586.1707. wilshirerestaurant.com

Rustic Canyon Wine Bar & Seasonal Kitchen
Rustic Canyon Wine Bar & Seasonal Kitchen will offer a Valentine’s Day sharing menu featuring season-inspired cuisine. $85/pp. 1119 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica, 310.393.7050. rusticcanyonwinebar.com

Caulfield’s Bar & Dining Room
Dine on a three-course prix-fixe menu featuring highlights of artichoke hearts tempura, filet of John Dory, Binchotan-grilled oysters and more $68/pp. You could also opt for Caulfield’s “Best First Date” cocktail event: a bartending lesson from Beverage Director, Jeremy Back and Bartender, Pierre Dos Santos The event features tray passed hors ‘douvers, and an opportunity for guests to jump behind the bar and whip up a “Cupid’s Arrow” cocktail for his or her date. $50/pp, 7-9 p.m. 9360 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, 310.388.6860. caulfieldsbh.com

CHAYA Restaurants
Stop by either of the CHAYA Restaurants (Beverly Hills, Downtown and Venice) to celebrate over a three-course prix-fixe Chef’s Tasting menu. Choose from six starters, six entrees and a dessert sampler. $65/pp. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling CHAYA Beverly Hills at 310.859.8833, CHAYA Venice at 310.396.1179 and CHAYA Downtown at 213.236.9577. thechaya.com

Inn of the Seventh Ray
At one of LA’s most unique and romantic dining spots, celebrate over a special prix-fixe menu of locally sourced produce. 128 Old Topanga Canyon Rd., Topanga Canyon, 310).455.1311. innoftheseventhray.com

Public Kitchen & Bar
Dine on a four-course prix-fixe menu featuring highlights like baby beets with lavender goat cheese; filet Mignon with horseradish mashed potato; and white chocolate hearts with clementine and candied rose petals. $65/pp, and for an additional $14, enjoy Piper Heidsieck Champagne served with unique mixers such as blood oranges and hibiscus. Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, 7000 Hollywood Blvd., 323.769.8888. thompsonhotels.com

Red O Restaurant
Stop by early for a special pre-show, three-course prix-fixe dinner featuring guacamole to share, an entrée each and a dessert each, 5-5:30 pm; $35/pp, Beginning at 6:00 pm, couples can enjoy a four-course dinner menu that includes a selection of Red O’s signature items. $65/pp. 8155 Melrose Ave., L.A., 323.655.5009. redorestaurant.com

Duplex On Third
Dine on a four-course shared-plate meal, dished up by executive chef Larry Greenwood. Highlights of the menu include Kumamoto oysters, Maine lobster tails and blackberry shortbread pie. $65/pp. For singles head upstairs for the lounge’s “Upstairs Uncoupled” evening that features cocktail specials and a small bites menu. 8722 W. 3rd St., L.A., 310.276.6223. duplexonthird.com

BOA Steakhouse
Bring your sweetheart to either BOA Steakhouse locations in Santa Monica or West Hollywood for festive menus and treats. In Santa Monica, enjoy a three-course “Sweetheart” menu featuring highlights like truffle ricotta bruscetta, bacon-wrapped filet Mignon and strawberry buttercake, $150/pp. At the West Hollywood location, ladies will receive complimentary flowers and couples may enjoy chef’s Valentine’s Day specials for two such as oyster three ways and lobster thermidore. Reservations are required. 310.899.4466 (Santa Monica) and 310.278.2050 (West Hollywood). innovativedining.com

Sushi Roku
Celebrate at a romantic retreat in three destinations: Santa Monica, Hollywood and Pasadena. At the Santa Monica location, dine on a sweetheart amuse that includes two glasses of bubbly for $30 and a special Valentine’s Day chocolate dessert. In Hollywood, celebrate over a a prix-fixe Valentine’s menu for $45 per person including a tasting trio, jumbo shrimp wrapped potato strings with kobocha puree, Ume (six-piece Roku-style sushi selection), Chilean seabass with truffle miso glaze and dessert. At the Pasadena location, you can savor a Valentine’s Day Omakase for $85 per couple featuring four courses including dessert. Reservations are required for all locations and may be made by calling 310.458.4771 (Santa Monica), 323.655.6767 (Hollywood) and 626.683.3000 (Pasadena). innovativedining.com

Napa Valley Grille
Dine on a three-course prix-fixe menu from executive chef Taylor Boudreaux. Highlights include truffled steak tartar, tomato confit tartlet, crab-stuffed live Maine lobster, roasted Sonoma rack of lamb and more. $75/pp. 1100 Glendon Ave., L.A., 310.824.3322. napavalleygrille.com

Fig & Olive Melrose Place
Celebrate with a French-Riviera inspired three-course menu by executive chef Pascal Lorange. Enjoy a complimentary glass of Veuve Cliquot to begin the meal, followed by selections, including a half dozen oysters on the half shell, organic seared salmon, filet Mignon, and a Valrhona chocolate brownie. $65/pp. Guests can also enter to win a romantic dinner for two by emailing valentinesday@figandolive.com. 8490 Melrose Place, L.A., 310.360.9100. figandolive.com

Cafe del Rey
Dine on a special prix-fixe menu featuring signature dishes that showcase the season’s freshest ingredients. In addition to Valentine’s Day, the restaurant will continue to celebrate the heart – in a more literal sense – all month long; offering a bevy of heart-friendly cocktails, CAFE del REY is donating a portion of their proceeds to the American Heart Association. Reservations are encouraged. 4451 Admiralty Way, Marina Del Rey, 310.823.6395. cafedelreymarina.com

Susan Feniger’s STREET
Rock out with a four-course 80’s Mixed Tape Menu, where you can choose from dishes like Cyndi lobster (lobster potstickers with szechuan sauce and chinese mustard); U2na tartar (sliced ono sashimi, asian pear, radish sprout, umeboshi plum sauce); and soy George (English style pot pie with roasted vegetables and seared tofu). Vegan options are included. $65/pp. 323.203.0500. 742 N. Highland Ave., L.A., 323.203.0500. eatatstreet.com

Le Ka
The intimate alcoves at Le Ka are the perfect place to enjoy their Valentine’s Day prix-fixe menu. Sultry options include warm Kusshi oyster (the perfect aphrodisiac), slow cooked Wagyu beef short ribs, and Tahitian crème brulee bars. $75/pp. 800 W 6th St., downtown, 213.688.3000. lekarestaurant.com

The Pikey
Put an English pub spin on your Valentine’s Day with special creations from chef Ralph Johnson. Highlights include naked cowboy oysters Rockefeller, handmade spaghetti (cut long for “Lady and the Tramp” sharing), griled ox heart, stuffed quail “love birds” with creamy polenta; whole lobster for two and a housemade ice cream sundae for two. 5 p.m.-2 a.m. 7617 W Sunset Blvd., L.A., 323.850.5400. thepikeyla.com

Drago Centro
Dine on a special four-course tasting menu that includes highlights like smoked salmon with rose water caviar; quail and mushroom risotto, New York steak and more. $70, with optional wine pairing for $35. 525 S Flower St., 213.228.8998. dragocentro.com

Water Grill
Celebrate Valentine’s Day all weekend long over a special three-course menu. Select from several items such as New England clam chowder, Chilean sea bass, braised kale with Greek yogurt and more. 544 South Grand Ave., downtown, 213.891.0900. watergrilll.com

Celebrate with Valentine’s Day cocktails and an extended happy hour from 5-7 p.m. The regular dinner menu will be available, as well as a Valentine’s Day amuse featuring two glasses of Champagne for $30 per couple. Reservations required. 8439 W Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 323.650.8585. katanarobata.com

Paparazzi Ristorante
Feb. 14-16. Dine on a four-course Italian menu to the tune of live entertainment. $48/pp. Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles, 6101 Century Blvd., L.A., 310.642.4820.

RockSugar Pan Asian Kitchen
Dine on a four-course dinner with a Perrier-Jouet, Grand Brut Champagne toast. Highlights include crispy chicken samoas, sambal roasted trout and more. Westfield Century City, 10250 Santa Monica Blvd., L.A., 310.552.9988. rocksugarpanasiankitchen.com

Casa Vega
Celebrate in a festive atmosphere over signature items like lobster enchiladas and pollo en mole. 13301 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, 818.788.4868. casavega.com

Tortilla Republic
Dine on a special aphrodisiac four-course menu that features the restaurant’s signature modern Mexican cuisine and fresh, organic ingredients. $55/pp. 616 N Robertson Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.657.9888. tortillarepublic.com

Got Kosher?
Dine on a five-course menu that features highlights of tomato-fennel bisque, Maryland crab cakes with harissa aioli, vegetarian breik aux pommes de terr with harissa lemon sauce, harissa-crusted rib steak, spinach stuffed salmon with harissa blood orange sauce and more. $49/pp. 8914 W. Pico Blvd, L.A., 310.858.1920. gotkosherinc.com

Tin Roof Bistro
Dine on a special menu featuring highlights like spicy tuna spring roll, bacon and date pizzette, miso-glazed Scottish salmon, lamb bolognese and more. 3500 N Sepulveda Blvd., Manhattan Beach, 310.939.0900. tinroofbistro.com

Ocean Avenue Seafood
Dine on a three-course menu that offers highlights like tuna tartare, Pacific swordfish, live Maine lobster and more. 1401 Ocean Avenue, Santa Monica, 310.394.5669. oceanave.com

555 East Steakhouse
Dine on a four-course menu that features highlights like grilled artichoke with braised aioli, rib-eye and more. $75/pp. 555 East Ocean Blvd, Long Beach, 562.437.0626. 555east.com

Beachside Restaurant & Bar
Couples have the choice of three different dishes to share including wild king salmon, rack of lamb, surf and turf and more. 14160 Palawan Way, Marina del Rey, 310.439.3033. jamaicabayinn.com

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar
Dine on Valentine’s Day specials like sparkling strawberry sangria, surf & turf and passion fish with a champagne-lump crab cream sauce. lazydogcafe.com

Umami Burger
Whether you’re single or taken this Valentine’s Day, experience true love with Umami’s Heartstopper Burger: their signature beef patty topped with fried shiitake mushrooms, fried truffled ricotta with goat cheese, arugula salad and a truffle port reduction. Single? A burger for one is just $15. Taken? Add on a starter, side and a Champagne-Strawberry ice cream sandwich to share for $40 (includes burger of your choice). Or, if it’s really serious, toast to your love (and higher cholesterol) with a two glasses of beer or wine and a champagne toast for $70 total. umami.com

Soleto Trattoria & Pizza Bar
Dine on southern Italian fare beginning with a special strawberry Kiss cocktail (tequila, Cointreau, strawberries, Fresno chili and garnished with house made vanilla salt). 801 S Figueroa St., downtown, 213.622.3255. innovativedining.com

Paul Martin’s American Grill
Dine on a special menu that includes mesquite grilled filet Mignon and north Atlantic cold water Lobster tail (lobster also available individually), mesquite grilled swordfish, and more. paulmartinsamericanbistro.com

Federal Bar
Spend the special night dining on a four course menu that includes your choice of either a beer flight, wine or specialty cocktail. 5303 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, 818.980.2555. ext. 2. thefederalbar.com


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