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Tuesday, February 9

Night Market at WP24 by Wolfgang Puck

WP24 by Wolfgang Puck

900 W. Olympic Blvd, 24th Floor, Los Angeles, 90015

6:30pm to 10:00pm

WP24 Night Market Event
February 9, 2016, 6:30pm
$110 per person

Join us in ringing in the Chinese New Year on February 9, 2016 with a one-night only event including festive red lanterns and our popular Chinese Wish Tree – select a lucky red envelope, each offering a proverb or special gift. Beginning at 6:30 pm, enjoy a traditional lion dance and wander the “Night Market” indulging in live-action food stations featuring Alaskan King Crab Lo Mai, Whole Roasted Peking Duckling, Crispy Skin Pork Belly, Chinese Dumplings and Spicy Szechuan Skewers.

The Night Market is followed by a sit-down, three-course dinner curated by chef de cuisine John Lechleidner at 7:30 pm. Enjoy Whole Santa Barbara Spot Prawns and General Tso Glazed Wolfe Ranch Quail, 5-Spice Marinated Colorado Lamb Chops and Szechuan Peppercorn Crusted American Wagyu Rib Eye with Oxtail Shanghai Noodles, and Tangerine Creamsicle with Citrus Semi-freddo, Coconut and Crispy Tangerines.

Make your reservation by calling 213-743-8824.

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Thursday, February 11

Piero Selvaggio Presents a Sicilian Dinner with the Wines of Firriato


3115 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA


Piero Selvaggio and Executive Chef Tommaso Tarantino of VALENTINO, and Marco de Bartoli, General Manager of FIRRIATO Winery in Sicily. Valentino is as relevant today as when it opened in 1972 and continues to be a magnet for those seeking a fine dining experience with exemplary food and wine, grand hospitality and professional, detailed service.

On Thursday, February 11, 2016, VALENTINO transports their guests to Sicily with a dinner celebrating the legendary wines of FIRRIATO vintners Salvatore and Vinzia Di Gaetano. The wines will be accompanied by Chef Tommasi Tarantino’s custom designed tasting menu to complement these extraordinary wines from this southern Italian region. Served throughout the evening will be ample tastings of FIRRIATO Jasmine Zibibbo 2014; Sabbie dell'Etna Bianco DOC 2014;Sant'Agostino Nero D'Avola Syrah 2012; Harmonium Nero D'Avola, 2012; Ribeca Perricone 2011; and L'Ecru' Zibibbo Passito 2012.

More than thirty years ago Salvatore Di Gaetano decided to achieve excellence through the production of high-quality Sicilian wine during a time when it seemed inconceivable. This miniature continent offers an extreme variety of terrain – high mountains, sea level beaches and plateaus of compact clay soils, and lava sands of Etna to cultivate rich, thick, hearty vines. As a young man, Gaetano realized Sicily had the perfect elements to produce epic wine – sizzling hot sun, spiraling winds and cool evenings tempered by the fresh sea air. Salvatore and Vinzia Di Gaetano, along with their family, have made a life's work producing wines with authentic terroir. Through their passion and enthusiasm FIRRIATO was born. The wines have played a leading role and have received accolades from Antonio Galloni, Wine Spectator and Gambero Rosso.

The five course tasting menu begins with Assaggino of Classic Arancini, followed by courses of Octopus Spiedino with Fava Cream and Rosemary Sauce; Eggplant and Tomato Torte and Lamb Cappelletti with Ricotta and Tomato Foam. The main course is a duo of Veal Cheeks in Salsa Verde and Rabbit Agrodolce. The evening is completed with a dessert plate of Valentino’s Sicilian signature desserts including I Cannoli di Ricotta con il Pistacchio di Bronte.  

Guests will enjoy Sicilian music and a virtual video tour of the region in anticipation of Piero’s personal travel tour of his homeland scheduled for June 2016.

The FIRRIATO Sicilian wine dinner is $95 Per Person including wine pairings, exclusive of tax and gratuity.

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Friday, February 12

Say "Ti Amo" with Four-Course Valentine's Day Prix-Fixe at La Dolce Vita

La Dolce Vita

9785 Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA

5:00pm to 11:00pm

Iconic Beverly Hills establishment La Dolce Vita serves a four-course Valentine’s prix-fixe from newly appointed Executive Chef Alejandro Galan, available for dinner from Friday, February 12th to Sunday, February 14th. Guests can whisper “ti amo” between bites of classic Italian fare and cozy up in one of the restaurant’s plush, red booths (many of which are dedicated to loyal Hollywood celebrity patrons). Italian and Californian wine pairings, curated by General Manager and Sommelier Melissa Strickland, will be available.


(Choice of)

Hamachi Tartare

Yellowtail, avocado mousse, puffed rice, watercress, ginger serrano vinaigrette
Crab Cake

Chayote carrot petite salad with a pepper remoulade sauce
Beet Salad

Burrata, petite greens, spiced walnuts, black olive vinaigrette


(Choice of)

Lobster Bolognese

Spaghetti, lobster meat, lobster sauce

Truffle Risotto

Arborio rice, porcini, black truffle, Parmesan


Spinach, Pecorino, mushroom sauce


(Choice of)

Seared Branzino Filet

Roasted fingerling potatoes and peppers, tomato caper sauce

Seared Rib Eye Steak

Sunchoke mash, wilted spinach, green peppercorn sauce


(Choice of)



Ice Cream


Chocolate Covered Strawberries

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Valentine’s Day at Baltaire


11647 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049

5:00pm to 11:00pm

Baltaire, Brentwood’s highly praised steakhouse, is gearing up for their first Valentine’s Day since opening with a decadent celebration.

In addition to the a la carte menu, a special four-course menu ($85 per person/additional wine pairing for $45) featuring signature Baltaire selections along with new, seasonal dishes from Executive Chef Travis Strickland will be available in the main dining room, outdoor terrace, and bar and lounge during lunch and dinner service February 12, 13, and 14. Adding to the indulgence, guests can enjoy live music all weekend, while Champagne and caviar carts roam the lounge and dining room.

Menu highlights include: Housemade Goat Cheese Cappelletti with baby zucchini, favas, squash blossoms, and Pecorino Romano; Little Gem Lettuce with confit tomato, Parmesan tuile, nasturtiums, and herb-buttermilk vinaigrette; Braised Beef Short Rib with parsnip-carrot puree, and horseradish cream; and TCHO Chocolate Soufflé with bourbon chocolate sauce and Chantilly cream.

Reservations can be made via online or calling 424.273.1660.

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Providence Presents Intimate Valentine’s Day Prix Fixe


5955 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA

5:45pm to 11:00pm

Over the long holiday/Valentine’s Day weekend, Executive Chef Michael Cimarusti presents an indulgent, seafood-centric prix-fixe menu ($240* per person/$365* with wine pairing) at Providence.

The eight-course dinner, including a selection of amuse bouche and desserts, will be offered from Friday, February 12 – Sunday, February 14, 2016 from 5:45 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Following amuse bouche such as Fluke with hibiscus and Dungeness Crab with pickled daikon, guests can indulge in additional courses such as:

  • Barely Cooked Spot Prawn – chilled prawn gelée, caviar, herbs
  • Nantucket Bay Scallops – quickly sautéed, sunchoke, black truffle
  • Lobster/Beet – Maine lobster, assorted salt-roasted beets
  • Parsnip Veloute – foie gras, parmesan, port, truffle
  • Black Sea Bass – turnip, blood orange, Indonesian spices
  • Wagyu Beef – truffled celery root purée, roasted celery root

Pastry Chef Jessie Liu’s dessert offerings include Meyer Lemon Sorbet with Osmanthus and Butterscotch Cremeux with banana Bavarian and pecan.

*price excludes tax and gratuity

Reservations can be made by calling the restaurant at .

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Valentines Day Menus at Mr. C Beverly Hills

Mr. C Hotel

1226 Beverwil Drive 12th Floor, Los Angeles, 90035

6:00pm to 9:00pm

The Restaurant at Mr. C, introduces two special menus created by Executive Chef Giuseppe Manco for the Valentine’s Day weekend.

For the Friday and Saturday (February 12 - 13) leading up to the holiday, a special three-course, prix-fixe menu ($79 per person) will be offered in addition to the regular a la carte menu, as a great romantic alternative for avoiding the chaos on the actual holiday. Some standout highlights include: Diced Tuna Tartar with avocado and chives and Beef Medallions alla Rossini with foie gras and heirloom carrots.

On Valentine’s Day, February 14, Mr. C will be exclusively serving a romantic, four-course dinner menu ($135 per person), including a complimentary “deconstructed” Bellini at arrival; live music performances at 7 and 9 p.m.; and a single stem rose or lily for your special date. A few of the menu highlights include: Baked Béchamel Veal Ravioli alla Cipriani; Alaskan Halibut with asparagus and citrus sauce; and a Trio of Chocolate Semifreddo with vanilla sauce and raspberries.

Guests can make reservations by emailing [email protected] or calling 310.226.6245.

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Saturday, February 13

FIG & OLIVE Melrose Place Celebrates Valentine's Day


8490 Melrose Place, Los Angeles, CA

5:30pm to 10:00pm

WHAT:  On Saturday, February 13, 2016** and Sunday, February 14, 2016, West Hollywood’s olive oil oasis, FIG & OLIVE Melrose Place, celebrates Valentine’s Day with a four-course prix-fixe dinner ($79*), comprised of exclusive menu items that highlight the seasonally-driven tastes of Winter, including endives, hazelnuts, and clementines. FIG & OLIVE’s feast also transports guests around the world with wine pairings ($35*), featuring varietals harvested in the Valencia, Loire, and Napa Valley regions.

In addition to FIG & OLIVE’s signature selection of Crostini, the restaurant’s prix-fixe courses and wine tastings include:

Foie Gras – fig chutney and toast; paired with Chenin Blanc from France

Chilean Sea Bass – lemon, thyme, carrot, asparagus, celery root purée, roasted potato, charmoula mascarpone, harissa olive oil emulsion; paired with Chardonnay from the Santa Lucia Highlands

Filet Mignon – rosemary, thyme, garlic, barley risotto, chanterelle mushroom, manchego, mascarpone, and Arbequina olive oil béarnaise; paired with Chardonnay from Napa Valley

Clementine Vacherin – meringue, white chocolate mousse, and clementine sorbet; paired with Muscatel from Spain

WHEN:  Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 5:30p.m. – 11p.m.**

Sunday, February 14, 2016 from 5:30p.m. – 10p.m.


Prix-Fixe Menu: $79*

Wine Pairing:  $35*

*tax and gratuity not included


**FIG & OLIVE will also offer its à la carte menu on Saturday, February 13, 2016

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Sunday, February 14

Tavern Valentine's Dinner


11648 San Vicente Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA

10:00am to 10:00pm

In Brentwood, TAVERN’s chic space – boasting a glass roofed atrium and sumptuous bar with deep cushioned seating – invites leisurely dining in this stylish Westside neighborhood. Chef de Cuisine Amy Deaderick prepares a  four-course menu beginning with Endive & Dungeness Crab, green goddess, marconas & preserved lemon; followed by Ricotta Gnudi with Asparagus, wild mushrooms, Parmesan cream & breadcrumbs.  There is a choice of Orata with Beet Puree, gingered beets, mizuna & blood orange butter; a vegetarian Butternut Squash with Coconut Bread Pudding, sumac-ginger yogurt & pine nuts;  Braised Short Ribs with Creamed Hominy, cavolo nero & meyer lemon salsa or share a Bone-in Rib Eye for Two, potato-gruyére gratin & sautéed swiss chard ($10 supplement per person). Finish with Caramel Bavarian Bar with Candied Almonds & Chocolate Sorbet. Pricing for the dinner menu is $110 per guest.

Serving Brunch: 10:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Valentine’s Day Dinner: 5:00 – 10:00 p.m.

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a.o.c.'s Valentines Day Dinner


8700 West 3rd Street, Los Angeles, CA

10:00am to 10:00pm

a.o.c., the ground-breaking wine bar with a market-driven small plates menu and celebrated wine list, presents a four course Valentine’s Day menu with multiple selections prepared by Chef de Cuisine Adam Cherney. Highlights from the menu include Pea Pancakes with Dungeness crab, lemon & red onion cream; Grilled Asparagus with Parmesan Pudding, fried egg & mustard crumbs; Potato Gnocchi with Maine lobster, saffron & pea shoots; Oven-Roasted Manila Clams, sherry & green garlic; Spanish Fried Chicken with romesco aïoli & chile-cumin butter; Arctic Char with fingerlings, sugar snaps, crème fraîche & meyer lemon salsa; and Duck Confit with black rice, tangerine & candied kumquats. Suzanne Goin’s inspired vegetarian options are also available. Share platters of “Ode to Zuni” Chicken with panzanella, fennel & green olives (for two) or a Grilled Bone In Rib-Eye Steak with rapini & chimichurri (for two - $20 supplement). Dessert choices include Lemon Cheesecake with blackberry compote & salted pistachio or Espresso Semi-Freddo with chocolate crumble & English toffee. Pricing for the dinner menu is $110 per guest.


Serving Brunch: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Valentine’s Day Dinner: 5:30 – 10:00 p.m.

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