Celebrate ALL LOVE in Los Angeles
Love is in the Los Angeles air and La La Land makes for a dreamy backdrop to celebrate all love – for Valentine’s Day or any time of the year.
Whether, it’s romantic, platonic or familial, Los Angeles Tourism has curated the ultimate list of experiences for anyone to spend time with loved ones in the City of Angels, especially during the month of love:
For those who are foodies
Whether you’re looking to impress your date with a Michelin Star experience, or a cute night with tacos, L.A. has the perfect recipe for romance. Try L.A.’s newest and hottest restaurants, including Niku X for Japanese cuisine helmed by a Michelin starred chef, Negroni for a vibrant Argentinian meal, Mirate for a fun time inspired by Mexico’s bold flavours or Paloma to escape to a mediterranean inspired oasis.
For when love is a package deal
Enjoy the best LA has to offer with some sweet deals and Valentine’s packages, available at: Downtown LA Proper Hotel, Norah LA, Margot, Caravan Swim Club at Hotel June, The Culver City Hotel, Palma, Calabra, La Pizza and La Pasta at Eataly, Baleen Kitchen at Hotel Portofino, Interstellar LA and Sugar Palm Ocean Avenue.
For those that enjoy the outdoors
Take your love to a higher level with a visit to the iconic Griffith Observatory and take in the views from the facility or gaze out from a helicopter though Orbic Air’s ten-minute Lover’s Tour, which includes bird’s eye views of Universal Studios Hollywood and the Griffith Observatory.
For the movie lovers
One of LA’s most popular outdoor movie series, Street Food Cinema is screening a trio of “Bloody Valentines” movies at the historic Million Dollar Theatre in Downtown LA. Not to mention, outside grub from Grand Central Market is permitted to make for a delicious celebration of love (and gore).
For those who enjoy activities
Take them skating! Cara Mia, presented by Skate Oddity is an Addams Family-themed Skate Date coming up on Saturday, February 11. Taking place at the LA Kings Burbank Sports Center, Cara Mia welcomes roller skaters and bladers of all skill levels.
For those celebrating single life
If you’re without a +1 this holiday, Angel City Brewery, located in DTLA’s Arts District, is hosting its annual Circus of Broken Hearts – a celebration of the single, the third wheels, and everything in between.