For lovebirds who are true foodies at heart, the Downtown Center Business Improvement District (organization behind DowntownLA.com) has created a delicious Romance in the City dinners designed to whet your appetite for food and love:
- Border Grill is offering a fun and flirty Mexican fiesta with a special Valentine’s Dinner package for $65 a person excluding tax and gratuity. Mention DowntownLA with purchase of a prix-fixe dinner.
- At the Omni Hotel on Bunker Hill couples can snuggle up Noé Restaurant & Bar for a special Valentine’s Day meal created by Executive Chef Glen Ishii. The four-course menu costs $150 a couple (excluding tax and gratuity) and includes entrée choices of Maple Leaf Duck Breast, Petite Filet or Butternut Squash Risotto. Receive a free glass of champagne by mentioning DowntownLA.com.
- The winner for downtown’s most romantic dinner is Café Pinot, which offers a contemporary California menu all in a setting situated in Maguire Gardens with landscaped lawns shaded by olive and jacaranda trees and underneath the grand Central Library.
- But the Edison’s Valentine’s Celebration is also pretty nifty with its retro romance and entertainment theme. This Valentine’s Day repast comes with French Champagne and costs $115 a couple excluding tax and gratuity.
- And then there’s the charming and delicious Chaya Downtown which offering a three-course selection of Chef Kenjo’s favorite romance-inspired menu for two topped off with a Valentine’s dessert medley that includes peanut butter soufflé glace with chocolate sauce; chocolate-dipped strawberries and a heart- shaped strawberry shortcake for $65 a person excluding tax and gratuity.
For the full list of Valentine’s Day dining, hotel packages and activities in the heart of the city, visit DowntownLA.com/valentines.