FERRVOR FAVORITES, TOP 5 LA VALENTINE’S DAY HOT SPOTS

It’s that time of the year where the red hearts, roses and candy come out. You can scratch the outfit off the checklist, as we curated the perfect looks for the weekend. So what’s next? Whether you’re looking to celebrate big or spend some quality coast side, the Ferrvor Staff has put together the top 5 Los Angeles hot spots to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart.

Bestia

Bestia

Located in the Arts District of Los Angeles, The ‘Beast’ is the perfect spot for authentic, quality multi-regional Italian food. With 60 different forms of cold-cooked meats, home made breads and doughs and delicious desserts, you’re tummy will surely feel the love.

Trois Mec

Trois Mec

Otherwise known as “Three Guys,” is an exclusive, intimate 26-seat venue that brings you exotic dishes such as a creme brulee with salmon roe, miso custard, beef belly and eggplant molé, and lamb tartare with buckwheat tabbouleh. The pop-up style restaurant is a nice change of pace and is a great alternative to a big restaurant setting.

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Geoffrey’s Malibu

Enjoy sunshine at this historic scenic landmark along Southern California’s coast. The perfect place to enjoy brunch, sip on a cocktail and the perfect opportunity to take a stroll along the beach.

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Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air 

Wolfgang is world renowned, but this Los Angeles is a definite standout because he uses the freshest ingredients and combines modern California recipes with European flair. You can choose to sit in their elegant dining room, patio dining or walk around their swan pond.

Melisse

Mélisse

If you’re looking for a modern, chic dining experience and delicious contemporary French cuisine, this is the place to be. A sample of their offerings are: Devil’s Gulch Rabbit, truffle dish varieties, caviar, lobster bolognese and 21 Day Aged Liberty duck.

Supplemental Images via Bestia, Trois Mec, Geoffrey’s Malibu, Hotel Bel-AIr, Mélisse

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