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Valentine’s Date Ideas in L.A.

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about plans with that special someone. From romantic restaurants to tracking down the 5 scenic views to see in Los Angeles, there are plenty of ways to make Valentine’s Day 2018 in Los Angeles your best one yet! Read on for more romantic ways to spend your Valentine’s Day.

 

Whether you visit during the day time or the night time, a visit to OUE Skyspace is an excellent option for Valentine’s Day. If you visit during the day, you’ll be treated to breathtaking views of Los Angeles and stunning sights all the way to the Pacific Ocean. If you visit at night, taken in the twinkling lights of Downtown Los Angeles and they city beyond. This Valentine’s day, stop by OUE Skyspace and share a kiss atop the tallest open air observation deck in all of California.

 

For something out of the ordinary, book a romantic horseback ride through the Hollywood Hills with Sunset Ranch Hollywood. For two hours, you’ll be led by knowledgeable professionals as you journey along Mt. Hollywood and take in 360 degree views of L.A. Along the way, you’ll even be greeted by incredible views of the iconic Hollywood Sign. Sign up for the evening tour and horseback to a beautiful backdrop of a West Coast sunset.

 

To any local, Clifton’s is a well known fixture in downtown L.A. as one of the last remaining cafeteria style restaurants. Having been around since 1935, the site recently underwent impressive renovations that will leave you and your partner smiling from ear to ear. On the first floor, enjoy some dinner amidst actual trees that are located inside the restaurant. After dinner, head up to the second and third floors for a night of drinking and dancing. There’s even a secret Tiki Bar hidden on the third floor! For a unique take on the classic ‘dinner and drinks’ date, head to Clifton’s for a night unlike any other.

 

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