Umami Burger is taking Valentine’s Day to celebrate the launch of their new dessert sliders! Salted caramel ice cream, topped with caramel drizzle, is sandwiched between two chocolate brioche Larder Bakery buns and sprinkled with a powdered sugar “U” - how sweet! This Valentine’s Day, Umami Burger is offering guests one free dessert slider per-person. Offer is good at all locations. Post-Valentine’s Day, sliders will be served at 2 for $8.
1638 N Las Palmas Ave, Los Angeles, 90028
12:00pm to 3:00pm
Burlesque, Brunch and Weekend Cocktails: The perfect Ménage à Trois Sausages, Shimmies and Sparkling Cocktails await you at the Valentine's Burlesque Brunch! Enjoy a 3 Course Meal filled with your favorite weekend treats along with a full bar while a bevy of burlesque beauties awe you with the art of tease. Guests arrive at 12:00pm or 1:00pm and are welcomed with a complementary mimosa and the DH Jazz Trio playing an array of music to get them in the mood for an exciting afternoon. Brunch is served and the libations pour freely. Our performers begin to take the stage. Beautiful women with exquisite costumes perform throughout the venue, teasing each guest by stripping down slowly. Sit back and enjoy your Valentine's Day in style! Seatings at 12:00pm & 1:00pm Produced by Dollhouse Entertainment www.DollhouseEnt.com Sadie Kitchen and Lounge 1638 N. Las Palmas Hollywood, CA 90028
611 N. Fairfax, Los Angeles, CA
Join us for a special silent-romantic-comedic double header this Valentine’s day, featuring Charlie Chaplin’s City Lights and Lindsay Benner’s Book of Love performance!
As the sound era dawned, everyone wanted to hear the Tramp speak—everyone, that is, except Chaplin himself. Feeling that words in the Tramp’s mouth would evaporate the universality of the character, Chaplin pushed ahead with City Lights, easily his most focused, shining effort, and a rare silent film produced after the Twenties had closed. The Tramp befriends a blind girl who believes he’s a millionaire, and tries his hand at a variety of odd jobs to pay for her eye operation — meanwhile, a real-life fantastically kooky alcoholic millionaire becomes the Tramp’s new best friend, except for that thing where he tries to get the Tramp arrested every time they sober up. Seriously funny and deeply affecting, especially in a devastating final scene that will leave no audience member unmoved, City Lights is a marvel for being such a tightly-wound, densely-plotted work (even though it was born out of Chaplin’s obsessive on-the-fly scripting while the film was in production), and it feels light as air to boot.
Dir. Charles Chaplin, 1931, 35mm, 87 min.
As much echoing Giuletta Masina’s heartbreakingly doe-eyed Gelsomina in Fellini’s LA STRADA, as the cartoonish ferocity of a modern-day Lucille Ball, awarding-winning juggler and clown Lindsay Benner presents her most acclaimed creation, BOOK OF LOVE. A late-entry into the canon of classic silent vaudeville, this edgy comedic love story played to a series of sold-out audiences at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and an abridged version rang in the New Year with a midnight show at the Magic Castle. This is a rare opportunity to see the full show in Los Angeles.
7119 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood, CA
Valentine’s Day Dinner for Two at all M Café locations.
The dinner is $39 for two people and includes the following menu items:
- Salad: Winter Citrus, Fennel and Mizuna Salad with Heart-Shaped Tofu Chevre
- Main: Grilled Winter Vegetable Gluten-Free Lasagna
- Dessert: Heart-Shaped Sachertorte
They're also serving a special selection of macrobiotic desserts for the whole week.
6712 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Nonconformist editor-turned-filmmaker Hal Ashby directed this wildly offbeat romance between suicidal youngster Bud Cort and eccentric, 80-year-old Ruth Gordon. The result is one of the most poignant and subversive films of the New Hollywood era.