Top 10 Romatic Restaurant in Los Angeles

1x1.trans Top 10 Romatic Restaurant in Los AngelesLos Angeles, city of angels, stars and dreamers. In a city like Los Angeles, it is simply uncivilized to spend Valentine’s day in just any place. On this special occasion, treat your loved one to one of the most romantic restaurants in the city. If you pick any of the restaurants on our list, you will end the night sated but ready for love.

1x1.trans Top 10 Romatic Restaurant in Los AngelesBistro LQ

The art at BistroLQ is one unique component that makes the restaurant a romantic place to dine. The presentation of Chef Laurent Quenioux’s cuisine at Bistro LQ is considered by some to be art in itself. Bistro LQ’s mouth watering 19 course truffle menu is the perfect decadent beginning to a romantic evening. 8009 Beverly Blvd (323) 951-1088

1x1.trans Top 10 Romatic Restaurant in Los AngelesYamashiro

Set atop the Hollywood Hills, this historical Japanese palace and unique restaurant has been one of the most popular places for romantic dates. Yamashiro prepares delectable Cal-Asian inspired cuisine served by friendly and accommodating staff. The restaurant is also known for its beautifully landscaped gardens where you can take your date for an intimate walk and enjoy the amazing sites of the city. Besides, Japanese is the perfect meal for romance: delectable yet light. 1999 N Sycamore Ave (323) 466-5125

1x1.trans Top 10 Romatic Restaurant in Los AngelesCicada

The Art Deco design of Cicada creates a remarkable atmosphere that is perfect for an intimate dinning experience. It is a respite in the fast paced world that is Los Angeles. You will be drawn in by the beautiful interior design from the 30-foot ceiling to the bar and lounge. I recommend the grilled lamb chops. 617 S Olive St (213) 488-9488

1x1.trans Top 10 Romatic Restaurant in Los AngelesCampanile

This rustic and elegant restaurant is housed in a historic and dramatic 1929 structure that was formerly owned by Hollywood legend Charlie Chaplin. Later after the building was purchased, Architect Josh Schweitzer transformed it into a magical space intended for bakery and restaurant. Since its opening in 1989, Campanile has received numerous awards being one of the finest in the city. Campanile took its name from its bell tower, which is campanile in Italian. The bar on one side of the fountain-accented courtyard offers selections of fine eclectic wines. Chef-owner Mark Peel prepares such delectable rustic French- and Italian-influenced dishes that will leave you begging for more. 624 S La Brea Ave (323) 938-1447

1x1.trans Top 10 Romatic Restaurant in Los AngelesCulina

Culina features a sophisticated rustic Roman home setting which makes guests feel welcome as they enter. The interior design creates an appealing atmosphere with its brown toned walls, elegant touches of light illuminating the bars, spectacular wine cellar and elegant private room. The outdoor patio is an ideal dinning area as well that is set in a Mediterranean-California garden with more communal tables and a floating fire that adds intimacy for dinning couples. Chef Victor takes a very casual approach to the cuisine using fresh California ingredients. The restaurant also offers more than 200 wines with the majority available by the carafe or by the glass. If the brussel sprouts are on the menu, make sure to order them. 300 South Doheny Drive (310) 860-4000

1x1.trans Top 10 Romatic Restaurant in Los AngelesBlair’s Restaurant

Be welcomed by the warmth that Blair’s restaurant provides with its orange –peachy walls, soft lighting and simple furniture. This intimate place draws an upscale Silver Lake crowd who is always excited to taste scrumptious dishes prepared by Chef Marshall Blair. The menu includes creative seafood dishes and plenty of vegetarian options. The limited wine list offers plenty of interesting selections by the glass that are well-matched to the menu. The truffled mac n cheese will take you to your childhood and bring you back to adulthood, make sure to order this dish. 2903 Rowena Ave (323) 660-1882

1x1.trans Top 10 Romatic Restaurant in Los AngelesDrago Centro

Situated at the City National Plaza in downtown Los Angeles, Drago Centro has received rave reviews for its highly acclaimed cuisine, accommodating service and fantastic surroundings.  The restaurant’s interior is impressive with vaulted ceilings, stone walls and a 15-foot high glass enclosed wine tower. The food is as stunning as the place. Chef Celestino Drago’s concept of Contemporary Italian Cuisine features local dishes, fresh, high quality ingredients and flavors that have defined Italian cuisine for centuries. 525 S Flower St (213) 228-8998

1x1.trans Top 10 Romatic Restaurant in Los AngelesYong Su San

This classic, very traditional and stylish Korean restaurant provides a soothing atmosphere with its silk wall coverings, elegant tables and servers in traditional Korean uniforms. The cuisine features the subtle flavors of the Kaesong area. Try Yong Su San’s distinctive Korean dishes such as the pumpkin soup or the steamed pork. Picking this place as your Valentine’s restaurant will showcase your knowledge of food. 950 S Vermont Ave (213) 388-3042

1x1.trans Top 10 Romatic Restaurant in Los AngelesTraxx

This hidden gem located in the middle of the historic Union Station is another top dinning destination in Los Angeles. Traxx displays a combination of Spanish colonial, Art Deco and streamlined Modern Architecture that symbolizes California’s heritage and future aspirations. Chef-owner Tara Thomas’ distinctive dishes focus on American flavors. 800 N Alameda St (213) 625-1999

1x1.trans Top 10 Romatic Restaurant in Los AngelesRivera

Rivera’s modern décor is the perfect setting for Chef John Rivera Sedlar’s creativity. Located across from the L.A. complex, Rivera has been lauded as one of the best restaurants for Latin food in the area. Rivera also offers a unique tequila program by innovator Julian Cox and its glass-walled cave features wines from the regions of Spain, Portugal, Madeira, and more. 1050 S Flower St (213) 749-1460

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