Wine & Dine for Valentines Day – Los Angeles

Posted on 19 January 2009

Comme Ca
8479 Melrose Ave. at La Cienega Blvd. West Hollywood
(323) 782-1104
A French favorite, comme Ca is offering a $50.00 3-course prix fixe menu offering classic brasserie dishes for one night only. For starters, choose from a selection of three Hors d’oeuvres including a decadent Parmesan risotto with white truffle oil and fava beans. Prime Flat Iron steak au poivre with marrow butter or New Zealand Snapper with gnocchi romaine are a few of the items to don the entrée portion of the menu. To finish off the romantic affair, Strawberry Clafoutis among other desserts will be offered.

BLT Steak
8720 Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood
What Valentines Day would be complete without a menu for two? BLT Steak offers a $65.00 5–course prix fixe menu to share with your significant other. Complete with an Amuse Bouche to start of the elegant evening, BLT Steak’s menu includes Duck Prisciutto with Mache Salad, Honey Mustard and Humboldt Fog, Alaskan Black Cod with Champagne Sauce and California Osteria Caviar, as well as Filet Mignon and Foie Gras Napoleon served with Perigord Sauce along with Creamed Spinach. Finishing off the meal, a Triple Chocolate Fondue is offered to share with your loved one. If you are feeling particularly romantic, a special Flowers of Love Cocktail consisting of Stoli Vanilla, Chambord, fresh lime juice, St. Germain Elderflower Liquer with a sugar rim and a candied rose petal garnish has been created for the occasion.

401 N. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles
Sona, the modern French restaurant created by David Myers, will offer guests a warm and intimate dining experience on February 14, 2009. A seasonally-inspired menu will reflect the romantic ambience of the evening while illustrating Sona’s commitment to organic and free-range artisanal products. A six course menu will be offered to you and your special guest for $125.00. For a more indulgent evening, wine pairings accompany the meal for an additional $95.00. Sona’s signature tandem menus are an extra touch to complement the enchanting occasion.

Katsuya Brentwood
11777 San Vicente Blvd. Brentwood
For an amazing Valentine’s Day join Katsuya Brentwood for a Omakase five course dinner for $80.00 that can be supplemented with luxurious specials. No Valentine’s Day is complete without Champagne. Luxury is displayed at its finest with Rosé Champagne with muddled raspberries, Chambord, and a melted Chocolate gold rim dusted with 24-carat gold flakes! Roses will be displayed as sweethearts dine over a specially prepared dinner for the loveliest of evenings.

Katsuya Hollwood
6300 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood
At Katsuya Hollwood, created by Master Sushi Chef Katsuya Uechi, the evening will include a $80.00 five course dinner menu created special for Valentines Day. The restaurant offers a provocative interpretation of both Japanese design and cuisine that stimulates the senses in every way possible perfect for a night out with your partner. Located in the heart of Hollywood, this Valentines experience should not be missed.

Katsuya Glendale
The Americana at Brand
Katsuya Glendale will open its doors for three separate seatings starting at 6:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m., and 10:00 p.m. Additional food specials will be served for two to honor the romantic affair. Romance will reign with packages of pre-ordered champagne and flowers to start off the magical evening and impress your loved one.

The Bazaar by José Andrés
465 South La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles
A decadent holiday deserves a decadent restaurant. One of Los Angeles’ newest additions, The Bazaar by José Andrés explores the classic tapas dishes of Spain with a blend of tradition and ingenuity. Guests will taste authentic regional Spanish dishes juxtaposed with modern interpretations in a lovely five course tasting menu with a variety of options priced at $125.00. Among the options, couples may enjoy luxurious foie gras dipped in corn nuts and wrapped in cotton candy, a modern interpretation of the Philly Cheesesteak, or Kumomoto oysters. For parties looking to indulge their sweet tooth, the Patisserie offers a selection of plated desserts, bon bons, cakes, and a complimentary bottle of Cava for a whimsical experience to wrap up the evening. Additionally, if you would like to celebrate with your little ones, the Patisserie will be serving a savory and sweet take on traditional High Tea between 3:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m. for $25.00 a person. The Bazaar by José Andrés is the perfect venue for sweethearts to share a wonderful treat.

8117 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles
Located in the center of the Sunset Strip, XIV will open its doors to revelers for Valentine’s Day. Chef Michael Mina’s restaurant is an innovative experience in dining that adds an exciting new dimension to the Los Angeles culinary landscape. An 8 course tasting menu will be presented for the special occasion at $125.00 per person. For this amorous night only, XIV brings the talents of Willie McNeil’s Live Jazz Band to its elegant terrace looking over Sunset Blvd. Lounge music will entertain parties seeking extra merriment with their significant others and treasured friends. For a wonderful end to the night, guests are welcome to experience XIV after 10:30 p.m. for dessert and cocktails until 2:00 a.m. capping off one of the most romantic evenings in LA.

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