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Girlfriends looking for a fun get together, can meet at The Beverly Hilton on Feb.13 to enjoy a champagne brunch at Circa 55 and choose either a 30-minute massage or a 30-minute facial for $99 per person. 9876 Wilshire Blvd. (310)274-7777.
Off Vine’s Valentine Menu
Cozy up inside one of Hollywood’s most romantic restaurants for Valentine’s Day. A three-course meal is offered for $55 per person. Entrees include lobster ravioli, macadamia nut encrusted Ahi tuna steak, roast loin of pork, pan-seared sea scallops, rack of lamb, sautéed halibut, sliced duck breast and 10 oz. filet mignon. 6263 Leland Way, (323)962-1900.
Hollywood Love Story
The Hollywood Renaissance Hotel is offering a Valentine’s weekend special with a deluxe room for two, chilled bottle of sparkling wine and truffles upon arrival, breakfast for two at Twist, late check-out (based on availability) and valet parking for $289 per night. If you book two nights before Feb. 11, the Renaissance will give you a third night free when you stay from Feb.10 –March 27, 2011. 1755 N. Highland Ave. (323)856-1200.
Breadbar Century City
A French-Japanese four-course prix fixe dinner crafted by Chief Gastronomy Officer Noriyuki Sugie for $28 per person is offered on Feb. 12 to Feb. 14. Guests may start with a “Cupid’s Kiss” cocktail for $6. Proceeds from the drink will be donated to the Concern Foundation, a nonprofit organization funding cancer research worldwide. 10250 Santa Monica Blvd. (310)277-3770.
La Cachette Bistro
A Valentine’s Day “Amour Tapas” menu will be offered from Friday, Feb. 11 to Feb. 14 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Start with a special Valentine’s Day cocktail to accompany a five-course meal. For dessert, Chef Jean Francois Meteigner is offering an assortment of sweets, toasted marshmallows in a chocolate sauce, chocolate divine cake, crème brulée with orange blossoms, and rum baba. Homemade chocolate truffles are available to take home. This amour meal is $80 per person for food only. 1733 Ocean Ave. (310)434-9509.
RockSugar Valentines Day
A special five-course dinner menu will be offered from February 12 to 14 that includes a glass of Perrier-Jouet Brut champagne for $58 per guest. Select three different appetizers to share, then one soup or salad, one meat or seafood, one noodle, rice and vegetable and one dessert. 10250 Santa Monica Blvd. (310)552-9988.
Morton’s The Steakhouse
Celebrate with a special prix fixe steak and seafood three-course dinner for two on Feb. 11 to Feb. 14 for $109. Start with a Morton’s specialty “red velvet” cocktail made with Prosecco, Chambord, and Lindemans Raspberry Lambic to accompany your Morton’s salad or Caesar salad. The next course is two single cut filets and your choice of two items: broiled sea scallops, shrimp Alexander or a jumbo lump crab cake along with one signature potato and vegetable to share. For dessert, choose between Morton’s hot chocolate cake, key lime pie or crème brulée. 435 S. La Cienega Blvd, (310)246-1501, 3400 West Olive Ave. (818)238-0424, 735 S. Figueroa St. (213)553-4566.
Petrossian is offering a Valentine’s Day dinner on Feb. 11, 12 and 14. Guests will receive a prix fixe menu that includes 30g of classic Transmontanus caviar to share followed by a four-course romantic meal for $75 per person. They are also offering Valentine gift sets with caviar, chocolate, and champagne. 321 Robertson Blvd. (310)271-0576.
A three-course exclusive prix-fixe Valentine’s menu at Chaya Downtown is $75 per person. Start with a “Love spell” cocktail ($12), then choose an amuse, entrée and dessert. The regular dinner menu and this special Valentine’s Day dinner menu will also be offered on Feb. 12 –13. 525 S. Flower St. (213)236-9577.
The Bazaar by Jose Andres
For Valentine’s Day, enjoy a selection of tapas with “his and her” cocktails. Men receive a shot of Del Maguey Mezxal “Tobable” while ladies sip a shot of a rose cocktail with gin, rose syrup, lemon and orange bitters. Nibble on Sturgeon caviar with steamed buns and crème fraiche, Hama Hama oysters with pomegranate air, lime and extra virgin olive oil and a Philly cheesecake with air bread, cheddar and Wagyu beef. 465 S. La Cienega Blvd. (310)246-5555.
Ulysses Voyage, the Greek Restaurant at the Farmers Market, will be serving dinner from their regular menu for Valentine’s Day. Wouldn’t it be romantic to sit on a patio surrounded by olives trees with the aroma of fresh Greek food surrounding you? Little Valentine’s Day accents will be featured throughout the evening. Come enjoy this lover’s only dinner. In the Farmers Market, 3rd and Fairfax, (323)939-9728; www.Ulyssesvoyage.com
Panera Pink Petites
Want to break out of the usual chocolate and flower frenzy this Valentine’s Day? In celebration of Valentine’s Day, Panera Bread is offering heart-shaped shortbread cookies, available now through February 14. Each Valentine Cookie is frosted with pink icing that has a hint of citrus and a dusting of red sprinkles of granulated sugar. There is also the six miniature version of the heart-shaped shortbread cookies, covered with the same pink icing and red sprinkles, but with an extra treat– red chocolate gems. The Valentine Petites are pre-packaged and tied with a ribbon, ready to be picked up as a treat for your Valentine. For a location nearest to you, go to www.panera.com.
Now through the end of March, order two glasses of champagne and receive a rose and handcrafted chocolates made by Executive Pastry Chef Richard Ruskell. Enjoy an intimate meal for two at Scarpetta on Valentine’s Day of Italian specialties for $95 per person. 225 N. Canon Dr., (310)860-7970.
Modern Italian Brunch
Celebrate Valentine’s Day early on Sunday, Feb. 13 for a brunch at Culina filled with vibrant red themes. Some of items featured are brocconcini with cherry tomatoes and wilted basil, Aphrodisiac ginger and garlic-dressed chicken with Asian vegetable salad and Romeo’s roasted beets with ricotta salata, hazelnuts and saba. Sunday brunch is $68 per person. Couples receive a heart-themed cupcake to take home and enjoy later in the day. 300 S. Doheny Dr. (310)860-4000.
Belvedere at The Peninsula
Enjoy a delectable five-course Valentine’s Day meal, accompanied by the music of pianist Antonio Castillo de la Gala. Executive Chef James Overbaugh is preparing specialties such as heart of caviar parfait, cocoa glazed loch duart salmon fillet, grilled prime beef tenderloin and raspberry-champagne Charlotte Russe dessert. Monogrammed napkins, a long-stemmed red rose and validated valet parking is included for $125 per person or $175 with Premium Wine Pairings. Dinner will be served in the Belvedere from 5:30 pm until 10:30 pm. 9882 S. Santa Monica Blvd. (310)551-2888.
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