Discover Valentine’s Day Dining Destinations in L.A.

Los Angeles transforms Valentine’s Day presents a spectrum of options for couples in search of the ideal celebration. The city beckons with everything from romantic candlelit meals in quaint bistros to grand views at high-end eateries. So, on February 14th, celebrate with loved ones at restaurants offering exclusive menus featuring expertly paired wines, savory dishes and indulgent desserts.


Feb. 14. Blending Los Angeles’ dynamic energy with Parisian elegance, the restaurant Amour embodies love and passion, making it an ideal choice to go to for Valentine’s Day. For the occasion, Chef Dani Chavez-Bello presents two tasting menus, with options for additional accompaniments like truffle pasta. Guests can also choose from an extensive selection of over 125 wines and champagnes, enhancing the dining experience at thisFrench brasserie.
Time: Wednesday, 5:30 p.m.
Address: 8715 Beverly Blvd., West Hollywood

Madre Oaxacan Restaurant & Mezcaleria

Feb. 14. In celebration of the holiday, Ivan Vasquez and his team have curated special offerings for diners. Where guests can savor a unique three-course menu, enjoy an exclusive mezcal flight selected by Vasquez and paired with chocolate truffles and experience live music at Madre’s Torrance and Santa Clarita locations, among other festive options.
Time: Wednesday, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Address: 801 North Fairfax ave. #101, Los Angeles
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Ristorante Per L’Ora

Feb. 14. This neighborhood gem, offers a delightful array of spirited, easy-going Italian light bites and dishes that blend Los Angeles’ sophisticated tastes with coastal Italian flair. This establishment reimagines classic table-side service with a fresh perspective. The menu includes a beet salad with whipped burrata and citrus vinaigrette, pesto pasta featuring basil ditalini, prawns and pistachio pesto, a 14 oz veal chop designed for two and a chocolate nemesis dessert. Highlighting their special offerings is the “Love Language” cocktail, inspired by the Grammy-nominated song by SZA, a refreshing drink that captures the essence of Grammy’s glamour.
Time: Wednesday, 5–11 p.m.
Address: 649 S Olive St., Los Angeles

The Hideaway

Feb. 14. With its inviting fireplace, The Hideaway presents an idyllic setting for Valentine’s Day celebrations. Offering a special “Besame Mucho” menu, which translates to “kiss me a lot” in Spanish, the restaurant features live music from @KAEYRA between 6-11 p.m., alongside romantic decorations such as red roses, balloons, white tablecloths and numerous candles to create the perfect ambiance.
Time: Wednesday, from 4-5 p.m. and 9:45-11:30 p.m.
Address: 421 N. Rodeo Dr., Beverly Hills

Agnes Restaurant & Cheesery

Feb. 14. The popular cheesery and wine in Pasadena is set to offer a three-course Valentine’s Day prix-fixe menu on dinner service, priced at $85 per person. Guests have the option to enhance their meal with raclette plates for an additional $18, plus $10 for prosciutto. Menu highlights include ahi tuna tartare, Chanterelles agnolotti, and a surf & turf featuring espresso rubbed Pachamama pork belly and seared scallops. For dessert, options range from Agnes Estate Meyer lemon sorbet to Petit Fours, creme brulee cream puffs and a strawberry baked Alaska. Further information and photos are available upon request.
Time: Wednesday, 5-9:30 p.m.
Address: 40 W. Green Street, Pasadena

Lucky Mizu DTLA

Feb. 14.  Shabu Shabu Palace invites guests to an enchanting dining experience with its “Get Lucky, Get Steamy” event. Couples can enjoy a specially curated three-course menu that melds flavors with premium ingredients. Priced at $228 for two, the evening includes sparkling sake and a selection of assorted petit fours
Time: Wednesday, 6-10 p.m.
Address: 1254 S. Figueroa St., 8th Floor, Los Angeles

Maison Kasai

Feb. 14. This Japanese restaurant offers an interactive dining experience this Valentine’s Day, combining culinary excellence with performance art at its upscale teppanyaki venue. Celebrating the occasion, guests will be treated to complimentary champagne and Mignardise & Petit Fors. Highlighting the menu are specials such as the A5 Wagyu Carpaccio, dressed with Sansho pepper and lychee pearls for $42 and a luxurious chocolate-strawberry chiffon cake, accompanied by whipped Hokkaido cream for $16.
Time: Wednesday, 6-11 p.m.
Address: 1254 S Figueroa St., 8th Floor, Los Angeles,

Mr. Wanderlust

Feb. 14. The lounge and piano bar located on Level 8, guests can revel in live music alongside their special someone this Valentine’s Day. The venue offers champagne bottle service starting at $350, which includes Oscetra Caviar served with traditional accompaniments and a romantic tower of petit fours & mignardise.
Time: Wednesday, 6 p.m.-12 a.m.
Address: 1254 S. Figueroa Street, 8th Floor, Los Angeles

La Lo La Rooftop at AC Hotel DTLA

Feb. 14. Celebrate Valentine’s Day at the serene La Lo La Rooftop on the AC Hotel’s 34th floor with a romantic dinner. Special offerings include a $26 Seafood Ceviche Threesome with octopus, shrimp, and ahi tuna, and a $52 Hanger Steak paired with truffle potato gratin and black garlic puree. Complement the meal with themed cocktails like the citrus Kiss Martini or the sweet Chocolatini, enhancing the romantic ambiance of the evening.
Time: Wednesday, 5-10 p.m.
Address: 1260 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles
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Feb. 14. Located on the ground floor of The West Hollywood EDITION, Ardor is offering a special Valentine’s Daypre-fixe dinner highlighting local produce. The meal starts with milk bread, followed by appetizer options such as oysters with strawberry mignonette, heart of palm and coconut ceviche and Green Goddess salad. Main courses include choices of filet with lobster butter, halibut with citrus Buerre Blanc, and marshmallow roasted sweet potato with Massaman curry. Optional supplements include chestnut ravioli and Maine lobster tail. Dessert features a Bittersweet milk chocolate mousse shaped like a rose, with macadamia praline and passion fruit gelee.
Time: Wednesday, 6-10 p.m.
Address: 9040 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood
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Restaurant at The Georgian

Feb. 14. Along the Santa Monica coastline, the Restaurant at The Georgian offers a Valentine’s celebration with a vintage touch through Executive Chef David Almany’s “Be Mine Menu.” Priced at $110 per person, this three-course meal starts with a family-style selection of oysters with black pepper mignonette, burrata with grilled asparagus, brown butter, guanciale, toasted almonds and Dungeness crab.
Time: Wednesday at 5 p.m.
Address: 1415 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica
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La Cha Cha Chá

Feb. 14. Explore LA Cha Cha Chá’s Día de San Valentín offering, featuring a four-course meal at $80 per person, with an optional $42 cocktail pairing. Additionally, celebrate Galentine’s Day on February 13th with their regular à la carte menu and live DJ entertainment.
Time: Wednesday at 5 p.m.
Address: 812 E. 3rd St., Los Angeles
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Citrin & Mélisse

Feb. 14. Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Melt, with a special prefix menu available exclusively for the evening. Offerings include citrus cured seafood with lemongrass and kaffir lime custard, radish, and legumes; sweet pea soup with fat uncle almonds, Meyer lemon, ricotta and mint; Stonington Maine scallop with salsify, turnip and winter squash emulsion; and egg caviar featuring soft hen yolk, cauliflower, lemon chive crème fraiche and Kaluga caviar, available with a $25 supplement. Additional choices include crispy halibut with porcini, miso, brown butter and whey or truffle risotto.
Time: Sunday, at 5:30-9 p.m.
Address: 1104 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica
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Photo credits: All images are courtesy of the venues featured.


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