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Valentine's Day In Los Angeles: The Most Romantic Restaurants

First Posted: 01/31/11 11:51 AM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 07:30 PM ET

Text courtesy of Marpop.

By Mar Yvette

Low lights. Warm, delicious food. A cozy atmosphere that'll make you want to linger for hours. It's all so cliche but oh so true. If you're looking for a romantic night out, those are the essential ingredients. Oh, and the right person to join you doesn't hurt either.

If you're in the mood for a little love (or at least a good meal with some tasty ambiance), check out this list with some of the most romantic restaurants in LA, handily displayed in alphabetical order.

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796 Main Street
Venice, CA 90291

The cutest little place on Earth. Ridiculously adorable. For one, it's a bright yellow two-story house that was originally built in 1908 to board railroad workers. Two, the guys behind it-Paolo Cesaro and Antonio Mure-are prototypes of suave Italian men who know how to cook and charm their way into your heart. Three, the entire space fits only about a dozen tables, all lit by flickering candles. Four, there's a balcony! And five, delicious handmade pastas and all manner of meat dishes. (Goat, quail, veal, rabbit, buffalo, lamb, boar, what more?!) Carnivorous romantics, take heed. Veggies in love, head elsewhere.

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