Reviewed by Sara G.
"My Take: Frida Mexican Cuisine on Beverly Drive is a high end Mexican restaurant with a very small, but super fun bar. While it’s a subdued daytime sc ..." more
236 South Beverly Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
6233 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Reviewed by Shelby G.
"My Advice/My Take: Rosti Tuscan Kitchen is hidden beneath the twinkling lights of Montana Avenue and flanked by an array of cozy restaurants and stor ..." more
931 Montana Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90403
Reviewed by Esther L.
"Built in 1908, this yellow bungalow used to be an actress' residence. Today, it serves as the focal point for many hungry in Hollywood. Feels more lik ..." more
6263 Leland Way
Hollywood, CA 90028
Party Earth Review Though the name may look like a misspelling of a facility for the destitute, Pour Haus is actually a casual wine bar where just sitting down earns guests a complimentary taste of cava and some truffle popcorn. Trendy cool patrons act as living fashion ads as they lounge at the sidewalk tables in the late afternoon, sunglasses ... more
1820 Industrial Street
Los Angeles, CA 90021
Party Earth Review A line of waiting valets and an ever-present group of paparazzi greet guests at BOA Steakhouse, one of the Sunset Strip’s trendiest restaurants popular with an upscale clientele of Hollywood execs and A-listers. A bland façade belies the luxurious yet ultramodern décor of the venue’s six ... more
9200 West Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Party Earth Review Visitors to El Cid may feel like they’ve time-traveled into a 16th-century Spanish tavern, but this multilevel club actually offers a very modern spot to drink and dance. Built in 1900 by pioneering American film director D.W. Griffith, the space now invites partygoers three flights of stairs below ground level ... more
4212 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90029
American Restaurant / Bar
Reviewed by Nikki L.
"The Foundry sucks. The food is only decent, the portions are small, the atmosphere is cramped, and our waiter was a complete jerk. The one redeeming q ..." more
7465 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Reviewed by Ivetta Viesta A.
"Yamashiro is a Hollywood staple. Located on the top of a hill, right above Magic Castle, the restaurant provides a gorgeous view of Hollywood, which ..." more
1999 North Sycamore Avenue
Hollywood, CA 90068
Planning a date night in Los Angeles is a breeze, with limitless options befitting every personality, mood, and budget.
Music fanatics who want to take their sweetheart to a live show have an overabundance of venues to choose from: Troubadour in West Hollywood, The Wiltern in Koreatown, Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, El Rey Theatre in Mid-Wilshire, The Greek Theatre in Griffith Park, Largo at the Coronet in Beverly Grove…the list goes on. Ticket prices vary depending on the performer, with some seats available for pocket change and others requiring an American Express Black Card.
Those looking to break the ice with a new crush can crack laughs at one of L.A.’s comedy clubs. There’s a variety of shows – stand-up, sketch, improv – at places like Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB), Laugh Factory, Improv, and Groundlings.
For seasonal date options, summertime means Hollywood Forever Cemetery Screenings are back, along with the opportunity for a twilight picnic, cool movie, and cuddle-worthy surroundings. Come Christmastime, ICE at Santa Monica is where couples can hold hands while skating in 70-degree weather.
Los Angeles is never short on date ideas. Get to know that special someone with an invitation for a night out in the City of Angels.