By Deb Flomberg
Romance awaits at one of Los Angeles’s most romantic restaurants. Il Cielo has been providing stunning ambiance, amazing cuisine, and sparking romantic relationships since 1986. As owner Pasquale Vericella has explained, “I want our guest(s) to feel completely at home and comfortable and be surrounded by nature, beauty and magic. Il Cielo is about all things authentic: Fresh food and fresh air in a beautiful garden setting.” And that is what you’ll get. The décor at Il Cielo is so beautiful that you’ll think you traveled across the world or even walked onto the set of a romantic film.
The food at Il Cielo is all about fresh. It’s fresh foods made with an Italian flare. There is a reason that this restaurant has been voted the favorite romantic Los Angeles Restaurant and one of the top seven places in LA to get married. It’s the amazing cuisine and stunning atmosphere that surrounds you, letting you get lost in a world of culinary delight.
For something truly romantic, be sure to check out Il Cielo’s romantic packages. You can get fresh rose petals and a 24 inch taper candle in a silver candle holder with or without a bottle of champaign and their signature dessert – a heart-shaped flourles chocolate cake with dark chocolate mousse and fresh raspberries. You can even call ahead and get writing of your choice in chocolate script on the dessert. Or to make it even more luxurious and romantic, take advantage of their private dining rooms for two. Get a customized romantic package for your very special occasion.
And the best way to get to your very special romantic dinner for two is to drive there in a C63 AMG Coupe from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. The luxuriously appointed interior speaks to the romance of the auto itself, which will just add to that very special night.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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