Most Romantic Restaurants In Los Angeles

The 7 Most Romantic Restaurants In Los Angeles

Los Angeles is revered by many as one of the most romantic travel destinations in the world. From the elegant Hollywood Hills down to the charming local bars and stunning Pacific Coast sunsets, it truly does have a lot to offer (at least if you don’t ask a local). But, hey, as a visitor, there’s a lot to see and do in this iconic California city.

Gridlocked traffic jams aside, you’ll find that spending a weekend in Los Angeles is a great way to explore the city in just enough time to get a taste of sunny SoCal life. And, if you’re travelling with a partner then you’ll find some of the most romantic restaurants in the state for your bae-cation.

Look no further, we’ve got date night all planned out for you. Pencil in some time for a bit of passion and prepare to wine and dine your best friend at any one of the seven most romantic restaurants in Los Angeles.

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1. 71Above

The views from here are so superbly stunning that no photo you find online really does this spot justice. At 71Above, they take the term “elevated modern American cuisine” and make it literal. You’ll dine high above the city of Los Angeles, perched at an angle that provides panoramic views of everything from downtown to the coastline. Enjoy a three-course tasting menu and the priceless look of “wow” on your date’s face.

Most Romantic Restaurants In Los Angeles

2. Inn of the Seventh Ray

Instead of opting for the obvious and luxurious, look for a spot that’s more intimate and charming. Inn of the Seventh Ray is one such spot and it’s seen its fair share of proposals and anniversaries. The fairytale-like patio is spun with twinkling lights at this Topanga Canyon restaurant. Dishes feature no added chemicals or additives, which honestly somehow adds to the charm and decadence of the place.

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3. The Bazaar by José Andrés

Spanish-inspired tapas in an ornate setting? Sounds romantic to us. The Bazaar by José Andrés provides guests with a vibrant mix of sophisticated cuisine, artful service and playful theatrics. Or, as they so eloquently put it, it’s a place where dining transcends into fête extraordinaire. Dark meets light and old meets new here to create one of the most romantic restaurants in Los Angeles.

Most Romantic Restaurants In Los Angeles

4. Firefly

Does it get any more romantic than spending the evening with someone you love at Firefly in Studio City? Nope. Find your way into one of their sexy, hidden cabanas and throw the red curtain down to dine in true elegance. Romance fills the air here, as do strung fairy lights, ornate lamps, and hanging greenery. The Moroccan-influenced decor really sets the mood here for a passionate evening of indulgence.

Most Romantic Restaurants In Los Angeles

5. Eveleigh

Los Angeles is no stranger to beautiful rooftop bars. But, what about romantic rooftop restaurants? Eveleigh feels like equal parts trendy rooftop patio and rustic, charming bar. The farm-to-table plates they serve are inspired by country cooking. They’ll serve them straight to your candlelit table, allowing you to truly enjoy the twinkling lights of the city just below you.

6. Beauty & Essex

Make your way to the Dream Hollywood hotel to spend the evening at one of the most romantic restaurants in Los Angeles. Beauty & Essex is designed to make it feel as if you’re dining inside of a jewellery box and accompanies such elegance with multi-ethnic cuisine. Starlight floods in from the 20-foot oval skylight, casting a ray of perfect light onto your passionate dinner date night.

7. Cliff’s Edge

Eccentric, mismatched furniture competes to catch your eye amidst the stained glass windows, fairy lights and lush greenery that surrounds you. One guest even described it as a “beautiful, enchanting restaurant in the middle of chaotic Los Angeles.” And, that’s really what this is, a magical retreat into a fairytale-like world full of world-class views and a relaxing atmosphere that’s hard to come by in a city as big as Los Angeles.

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Elizabeth Thorn
Elizabeth Thorn

Elizabeth has lived and worked in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia, all of which have contributed to her passion for travel writing. When she's not writing, you can find her exploring little hideouts in Colombia or watching photography tutorials on YouTube.

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