Party Earth Review Le petite sister of fancy and much-beloved Mediterranean restaurant Little Door, the always busy – and aptly named, given its location – Little Next Door offers patrons a more casual spot to enjoy a bit of Paris in the heart of LA. A vibrant blue façade makes the venue hard to miss, even without the boisterous groups of ... more
8142 West 3rd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90048
6233 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Reviewed by Shelby G.
"My Take: Nestled in the heart of Malibu, Marmalade Café offers guests an intimate setting for a casual group outing or a romantic meal for two. The wa ..." more
3894 Cross Creek Road
Malibu, CA 90265
Reviewed by Jackie D.
"My Advice/My Take: Mignon is a super cute little wine bar that provides a more intimate atmosphere than most of the bars and restaurants in the area. ..." more
128 East 6th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90014
Party Earth Review A chic hotel with suave European style, Palihouse attracts a moneyed clientele of business people, fashionistas, and foodies who flock to the venue’s various lounges, bars, and brasseries to hobnob over delectable dinners and drinks. Well-dressed guests who make it past the fickle door are ushered into an elegant lounge ... more
8465 Holloway Drive
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Reviewed by Sara G.
"My Take: Nic’s Martini Lounge in Beverly Hills is fine. It’s never a destination for me, but a place that I find myself when I’m with a group in Bever ..." more
453 North Canon Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Party Earth Review Perched on the east corner of the ultra-mod Standard Hotel’s rooftop is a surreal German wonderland called The Biergarten, where a kitschy ticket booth marks the entrance and $8 buys an oversized paper ticket – the only currency accepted in this adult carnival. Beer-hungry bros, flannel-clad hipsters ... more
The Standard Hotel
550 South Flower Street
Los Angeles, CA 90071
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
Reviewed by Sara G.
"My Take: I love Hatfield’s on Melrose. I loved it when it was in the small restaurant space on Beverly and Gardner a few years ago. And while they’ve ..." more
6703 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038
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.