Dimly lit and romantic, these LA restaurants have a delicious Valentine's Day menu that will get you in the mood for love.
One of my favorite brunch spots in LA! The thick French toast is to die for and the fried chicken sandwich rivals Son of a Gun. There is generally a wait, but so worth it!
Tucked behind bustling Sunset Blvd, Cafe Stella is a romantic spot for French bistro fare. Steak frites is spot on. They also offer weekend brunch and their egg dishes are delectable.
Chef John Sedlar does a brilliant job showcasing the flavors of Latin America. Tortilla florales with avocado butter are flawless. There is a little something from regions all across Latin America and everything is spectacular. The cocktail program is just as stunning as the food. One of the best places to dine in downtown.
Sotto serves incredible regionally-inspired Southern Italian fare. Their Neopolitan pizzas are the best in town! Get their housemade bread with lardo and grilled meatballs. Cocktails and wine are as well thought out as the menu!
One of my favorite places for brunch! Their pastries are incredible and it is hard to not order them all. The donuts, maple walnut sticky bun and croissant are my faves!
I love the Tasting Kitchen! Their mussels in saffron cream make me swoon. Great space, fun energy, good food. Be sure to make a reservation this is a popular spot!
One of the best restaurants in LA hands down. Brunch is equally as delicious as dinner. The sticky bun, bacon cheddar biscuits and truffle fried chicken are awesome!
This massive lavish space can be intimidating. You wonder if the food will be good or mediocre. Don't let the decor fool you the food is good and dessert even better. If it is good enough for the POTUS it is good enough for me.