Valentines is right around the corner. If you love Valentine’s Day then undoubtedly, you will be celebrating with a romantic dinner. And if you’re a romantic at heart, you are most likely looking for a place with a Parisian vibe. But where do you go on Valentine’s? Where are the most romantic restaurants in Los Angeles? Which romantic restaurants in Los Angeles have a Parisian vibe? Here are a couple of the Most Romantic Restaurants in Los Angeles with a Parisian Vibe. Just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Le Petit Paris LA
Inside the historic El Dorado Building, Le Petit Paris is an elegant French brasserie with a patio. With their comfy chairs, cozy tables, and yummy dessert, it’s the perfect romantic spot for two with Parisian ambiance. It is a French steak house, but the menu offers veggie options like salmon tartar, sea bass, and ravioli. They have live jazz every Wednesday with a special menu and happy hour on weekdays from 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm. (They have a prefixed menu for Valentines).
During the day, check out Le Boutique Cafe, the Cafe By Le Petit Paris LA for homemade pastries and sandwiches.
This cute restaurant is a French brasserie with a patio serving French cuisine with a Middle Eastern influence using fresh farm produce. Not, only they have delicious food, but they also serve international wines, the best artisan desserts, and housemade jams. It’s the best place in Los Angeles for a candlelight dinner with a Parisian vibe. That is why it is the Winner of the “Best Romantic Restaurant of LA.” The garden is filled with trees and plants pots with branches weaving into the ceilings. The restaurant has multiple rooms decored with Moroccan flair and walls covered with mirrors.
Lucques is an award-winning restaurant that services Californian cuisine. It is set in an elegant carriage house with a cozy dining room with a fireplace and patio. Lucques is celebrating its 10th-year anniversary. The restaurant was opened by chef Suzanne Goin and restauranter Caroline Styne, who own several other restaurants in Los Angeles together like AOC. Lucques is on the most romantic restaurant in Los Angeles with a Parisian vibe because of its dimly lite, romantic patio that has a very Parisian feel. The fruits and vegetables are handpicked from farmers’ markets daily but with sustainability in mind.
It probably one of the only restaurants in all of Los Angeles that has persimmons on the menu. The night we went to Lucques, we happened to meet chef Suzanne Goin and talked about our Japan travels. If you pay close attention, you will notice the Japanese influence on the menu. (They have a prefixed menu for Valentines).
I would love to hear where do you consider the most romantic restaurant since it is Valentine’s. Well, I hope you find this list helpful and you don’t have to wonder what to do on Valentine’s Day since this will save you time. Wishing you a bon appétit!
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