There are many different Los Angeles neighborhoods worth exploring, but for a 48-hour stint, you’re going to want to pick a pair that have differing feels from each other. The first day, look to Mid-City West, a great district with a metropolitan but relaxed feel. Then, head south to San Pedro to discover the city’s main harbor and its community. Read on for your 48-hour guide to romantic Los Angeles.
Whether you’re local or visiting from afar, Los Angeles is the perfect destination to be whisked away with a loved one. But every rendezvous requires a little planning. Fortunately, we’ve got a few itineraries to help create that romantic getaway for a three-day weekend of bliss with the one who matters the most.
Now that you’ve feasted your eyes on Part One of our dining guide to Valentine’s Day specials, read on for a dozen more L.A. restaurants that will make this special night as delicious as it is romantic.
Love is in the air, and restaurants across Los Angeles are offering special Valentine’s Day menus for an unforgettable romantic night out. From lavish prix fixe dinners to globally-inspired menus, read on for more than two dozen L.A. restaurants to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Special menus are only available on Thursday, February 14 unless otherwise noted.
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Los Angeles welcomes everyone to experience the romantic settings of this diverse global metropolis. From spectacular coastal sunsets to candlelit dinners, you and that special someone will find romance in every corner of the city. Read our itinerary and enjoy three days of romantic bliss in Los Angeles.