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COAST TO COAST: VALENTINE'S DAY

COAST TO COAST: VALENTINE'S DAY

From LA to NYC, we’ve rounded up the best of the best for your Valentine’s Day Dinner destination. 

LA

The Little Door takes the cake for the “Best Romantic Restaurant of LA” according to the Los Angeles Times and it certainly lives up to this title. Dine under twinkly lights in this hidden paradise tucked away on Third Street. The menu features colorful French Moroccan cuisine and will have a pre-fixed reservation-based Valentine’s Day Dinner Party entitled Flirt! 

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Dinner with a view is on the menu at the Ivory On Sunset. Located within the iconic Mondrian Hotel, this eatery is one of LA’s finest & chicest. The panoramic views of the city set the tone for a glamorous and romantic evening and is the perfect spot for Valentine’s Day Dinner.

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Entering into stunning towering wooden doors on Santa Monica Boulevard sits Norah. The charming eclectic eatery is all about style and romance. The large central marble bar is the main statement piece that divides the two dining rooms. Dine in on the 14th and be treated to a mix of rustic American and Southern flavors. 

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NYC

Instagram dreams are made a reality at While We Were Young. Not only is this stylish NYC hot spot an instagrammable moment, but the contemporary American dishes are almost too pretty too eat (almost). The millennial pink theme is carried throughout the restaurant making it the perfect girls night out spot for Valentine’s Day. 

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Candle 79 is one of New York’s finest upscale vegan restaurants. An ambiance of effortless elegance makes for a romantic Valentine’s dining experience. The flavorful spread is all organic down to the wine. Plush lounge-type seating and candlelit tables complete the sophisticated atmosphere. 

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Operating inside a land-marked carriage house built in 1767 One if by Land, Two if by Sea has been recognized as the most romantic restaurant in New York City. Both elegant and historic, the classic interiors of exposed brick and natural wood floors set the tone for a romantic evening.  

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