Patio twinkly lights fire pits a canopy of trees not to mention the addictive craft cocktails perfectly shareable, tastebud-awakening foods = the quintessential romantic spot on the Eastside.
The interior of this French-Mediterranean restaurant is très romantique as well, with a warm and cozy fireplace and wooden chairs covered with soft, white fur.
While Shibumi may be known for its Japanese kappo fare (a cuisine that’s hard to find in LA), it also deserves attention for being one seriously sexy restaurant.
Lovebirds can dine under the stars in its covered courtyard (complete with a retractable roof); it’s a prime place to woo architecture buffs and people who simply love good and innovative food.
Consider the iconic Michael’s restaurant a "choose your own dating adventure." Either sidle up to your partner in the moody and sleek interior that's full of plush couches, or grab a table on the candlelit patio that's bamboo-lined and surrounded by foliage.
Beyond the environment, the Greek food is authentic, fresh, and on point, including house specialties and family recipes that will make you feel like you’re dining in the owner’s home.