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Saturday, February 13


Aero Theatre

1328 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90403


A Valentine's Day double feature of romantic comedies by Woody Allen. First, his Oscar-winning ANNIE HALL, in which he stars as a neurotic comedian opposite Diane Keaton. Then,

THE PURPLE ROSE OF CAIRO, in which 1930s matinee idol Jeff Daniels walks down off the movie screen into sweet, adoring fan Mia Farrow’s life.

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Sunday, February 14

LAMILL Coffee Boutique “Walk of Shame” Brunch for 2 this Valentine's Day


1636 Silver Lake Blvd, Silver Lake, 90026


No matter what your Valentine’s Day brings, LAMILL Coffee is here for the morning after. On February 15th, the Silverlake coffee haven will be offering a “Walk of Shame Brunch.” For $50, a table of two each gets a house mimosa and “hearty” lattes along with menage-a-toast (a toast trio of avocado, salmon and ricotta), choice of benedict, and warm doughnut holes to share. The walk home will definitely be a “Stride of Pride."

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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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Valentine's at fundamental LA

fundamental LA

1303 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles, 90024

11:00am to 11:00pm

$65/person with $35 wine (veg and pesce menu available)
Amuse bouche
1 Raw milk panna cotta with green apple, uni and paddlefish roe
2 Wild mushrooms with sunchoke, finger lime, coriander, and hazelnut praline
3 Arctic char with watercress, buttermilk, pomme soufflé and dill
4 Roasted duck breast, confit leg with beet mole, kumquat and black rice
5 Black sesame cake with passionfruit curd, white chocolate meringue and coconut sorbet


The Tippler Club event -  Sunday Sips


6 wine pours (red, white, sparkling)

Brunch bites by Nick Erven

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Love at First Bite at Bouchon this Valentine's Day


235 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA


Say 'I Love You' this Valentines Day with sweets for your 'Sweet' and savories to make any taste bud fall in Love

Dine in at Bouchon on Feb. 14th and treat your special someone to Pre-fixe Menu for 2 including:  

  • Artichoke veloute with parmesan crisp
  • House-made Agnolotti with roasted beets & ricotta cheese
  • Oysters on the half shell
  • Steak Bouchon with potato & truffle gratin
  • Banana crepe cake 

3 course menu $80.00/person

$40.00 children 12 yrs & younger

Or pick up sweet treats at Bouchon Bakery now through Feb. 14th

Highlights include:

Conversation Heart Shortbread Cookies ($3.75/$6.50)

Strawberry & Vanilla Meringue ($6.00)

Chocolate Caramel Mouse Cake ($8.00)

White Chocolate Raspberry Parfait ($7.95)

Chocolate Caramel Mousse Cake (8.00)

Valentine Baskets available (starting at $50.00)

Bouchon Bakery is open from 7:00am-9:00pm (Fri & Sat until 10:00pm)

Bouchon Bistro is open from 5:30pm-10:30pm on Valentine's Day

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Umami Burger (All Locations) – Free Dessert Sliders for Valentine's Day

Umami Burger - The Grove

189 The Grove Dr, Los Angeles, CA


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.

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City Lights + The Book of Love!


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.

- See more at: http://www.cinefamily.org/films/special-events-february-2016/#sthash.xf4...

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