Los Angeles can be one of the most romantic date spots in the world. The diversity of opportunities for romance is unbelievable ranging from a beach getaway, to a mountain retreat, from urban gardens to private sunsets and some of the best romantic restaurants and bars anywhere. Here are a few of the most romantic gay first date locations in Los Angeles.
• (http://sbe.com/nightlife/brands/theabbeyfoodandbar/) Located in the heart of Los Angeles, more than 40% of West Hollywood’s population identifies as LGBT. It has a thriving gay nightlife and is home to the LA Pride Festival in June and the Halloween street party in October. West Hollywood is full of great clubs, restaurants, indulgent spas, sensational shopping and outstanding art galleries.
The Abbey is a two time winner of the MTV Logo “Best Gay Bar in the world” It is known for its welcoming and lively ambiance as well as it’s romantic outdoor patio with heaters as well as misters. The food is amazing and it is always packed. This is a great place to bring your date because you know you are going to have a great time.
• (http://www.globaldiningca.com/laboheme/) In the heart of West Hollywood located on Santa Monica Blvd this restaurant is known as one of Los Angeles most “seductive restaurants” the architecture is stunning and the interior includes a beautiful big fireplace as well as massive statues and elegant chandeliers with romantic private booths for 2. The European flair is as romantic as it is inviting and the food is simply delicious. This is sure to impress any date.
• (http://www.cliffsedgecafe.com/) Silver Lake is in the central region of Los Angeles and known for its unique atmosphere of bars, cafe and stylish shops with an edgier vibe as well as its restaurants and clubs. It is home to a large gay community, as well as a significant population of hipsters and alternative artists. Cliff’s Edge is a unique dining destination located in the heart of Silver Lake on Sunset Blvd. The patio is known to be one of the most romantic and inviting in all of Los Angeles. It sits under the huge arms of a tree and is surrounded by greenery sheltering it from the street. It has a phenomenal romantic French cuisine in a romantic setting with beautiful presentation and food that generally tastes just as good as it looks.