You’re bound to fall in love at these vegan restaurants!
Valentine’s Day is a wonderful time to express your love for those in your life—whether that’s a significant other, relative, or friend. And if you’re like us, you share your love best through food! So without further ado, here’s where to eat a vegan Valentine’s Day dinner in Los Angeles.
In case you missed it, Kusaki reopened its doors! So why not support this local gem and enjoy a lavish vegan Japanese Valentine’s Day dinner? Choose from Kusaki’s five-course or seven-course omakase menu at the omakase bar, or order from their special Valentine’s Day à la carte menu. From Spicy Tuna Crispy Rice and Enoki Squid Nigiri to Buko Pandan Panna Cotta and “Kiss From a Rose” Cocktails, Kusaki’s limited-edition offerings are worth the visit.
West Hollywood & Redondo Beach
Celebrate Festa di San Valentino at LA’s hottest vegan Italian restaurant! Nosh on a special five-course menu featuring a Smoked Cashew Cheese-Stuffed Date, Saffron Scallops or Crostini, a Sicilian Citrus Salad or Truffle Pink Potato Soup, Risotto Rosso or Ravioli Al Tartufo, and a Salted Caramel Tart or Chocolate Raspberry Torte. The entire feast is $98 per person with an optional wine pairing. Reservations must be made in advance.
Beverly Grove & Calabasas
Vegan fine dining is Crossroads Kitchen’s specialty! This Valentine’s Day, guests with reservations can enjoy a $95 five-course meal. The dinner begins with Italian Wedding Soup, Hearts of Palm & Avocado with Caviar, and your choice of a Casper Kale or Caesar Salad. After that, nosh on Herb Ricotta Caramelle or Eggplant Short Rib and a Pomegranate Sorbet or Love & Chocolate Dessert.
Marina del Rey & Brentwood
This February, PLANTA partnered with Oishii, a sustainable indoor vertical strawberry farm to craft three menu items featuring the Omakase Berry varietal. First up, Strawberry Feels! This cocktail showcases the Omakase Berry alongside bourbon, sesame, lemon, and agave. Next is The First Straw, a mocktail including the Omakse Berry with Seedlip Garden (non-alcoholic spirit), mint, lime, and green tea. Last on the roster—Oshii Omakase Berry Strudel! This puff pastry dessert is decked out with strawberry jam, matcha icing, and freeze-dried strawberries. Each item is available at all restaurant locations until the end of February.
Don’t want to shell out triple digits for a multi-course menu? Go for the $60 Four-Course Valentine’s Day Dinner at Follow Your Heart Cafe! Begin your journey with Strawberry, Tomato, & Basil Soup and Mushroom Scallops in Edamame Puree with Nori Crisps. Next, fill up with a Margherita or Filleti Heart-Shaped Pizza. And conclude your feast with a Chocolate Tart.
Culver City & Downtown LA
Celebrate the season of love at Shojin from 5-11pm on February 14! The vegan Japanese restaurant is serving up an epic six-course menu for $138. The meal features an Assorted Appetizer Plate, Hearty Miso Soup with Kakuni, Crab Cake Hand Roll, Yuzu Miso White Fish, Meatloaf, and a Valentine’s Special Dessert. Reservations must be made online in advance. Shojin also offers a Valentine’s Dinner Box for pre-order until February 8 for pickup on February 13 and 14.
Experience a vegetable-forward dinner with Donna Jean’s five-course Valentine’s Day menu! Begin with three vegetable dishes spotlighting maitake mushrooms, beets with pickled green strawberries, and Brussels sprouts. Then enjoy the main course of Cavatelli in a Mushroom Lentil Bolognese followed by a slice of New Mexico Chile Chocolate Pie. The menu is $125 per person with seatings at 5 and 7:30pm.
This one’s for all our gluten-free, soy-free vegans! SunCafe’s Valentine’s Day Menu features six courses of plant-based dishes made without any gluten or soy. Enjoy Scalloped Trumpet Mushrooms, Ricotta Bruschetta, a Blood Orange Salad, Potato & Leek Soup, Rainbow Au Gratin, and a Brownie Sundae.
Not available to go to dinner on Valentine’s night? Stop by Satdha for a special vegan Thai Valentine’s menu curated by Chef Gunn Pankum from now until the end of the month. It includes Mee Krob, Yum Tawai, Hor Mok, and Taro Bua Loy Phuak.