Jan
29
“Where To Eat A Romantic Meal In LA On Valentine's Day.”

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Valentine's Day is coming. Box of chocolates? Check. Dozen roses? Check. Romantic dinner? Record screech. Read Full Article

Los Angeles is blessed with such a culinary cornucopia it can be hard to pull the trigger. You want to pick the perfect place, a restaurant that expresses the depth of your emotions through its menu. You also need a place where you can get a table.

Some of the most popular and coveted restaurants are booked months in advance so you won't see Scratch Bar, n/naka or several other spots on this list.

Which brings us to our PSA: Make your reservations ASAP because a Valentine's Day dinner reservation is like the hospitality industry's Hunger Games — but with less archery and more truffle oil.

Prices listed below are generally for the prix fixe menu separate from wine pairing. For all of these restaurants, reservations are a must and you should make them as far in advance as possible. Go get your grub on — and go get your lovin'.

Castaway
This legendary Burbank hills restaurant is in a league — and a location — of its own, especially after a $10 million renovation. Since May 2018, it has also boasted a new chef, Perry Pollaci, who previously cooked at The Royce and Firefly. Steaks are the main event at Castaway, where carnivore favorites like Snake River Wagyu and Angus tomahawks chill in a state-of-the art dry age room. Order a glass from the expansive wine and take a stroll on the patio where, the unparalleled views stretch from Universal City to DTLA. Valentine's Day tasting menu kicks off with a Kumomoto oyster and Petrossian caviar. Your choices include lobster bisque, steak tartare, risotto and sea bass before a confection tasting for dessert.
$95/person

Make Your Reservation
castawayburbank.com/valentines


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