By Deb Flomberg
When you live on the Pacific coast, you are lucky enough to enjoy an abundance of natural beauty. From the impressive coastal views and the nearby mountain ranges to the lively entertainment and sports scenes, there is a lot to love when it comes to living in California. Providence is a stunning restaurant dedicated specifically to the world of coastal living, and it just so happens to be a wonderfully romantic place to take your sweetie for a picture-perfect dinner.
Co-owners Donato Poto and Executive Chef Michael Cimarusti have created a fantastic culinary escape located right on Melrose Avenue. The food at Providence is all about pure flavor, amazing seafood and a respect for fine cuisine. Add in Pastry Chef David Rodriguez, who brings his Le Cordon Bleu training to this exclusive kitchen, and your special sweetheart, and you have all the ingredients for a tremendous meal and a truly romantic escape for two.
Start your romantic meal with some farm-raised caviar or fresh oysters. Then continue on to Maine lobster, live scallop sashimi or king crab. Then try some Norwegian wild cod or a prime New York steak. Make sure to leave room for some dessert and enjoy a white chocolate and rose water mousse or a carmelia mousse. And, of course, top it all off with the perfect wine from Providence’s selection of more than 400 different labels.
A truly romantic meal, like this one at Providence, would be made exceptionally perfect if you start the evening off right. Head out in the 2013 C250 Coupe from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You and your date will love cruising down the highway, enjoying the total luxury and elegance of this stylish coupe. Plus, you’ll be arriving at this amazing restaurant in the style and class that only a name like Mercedes-Benz can possibly provide.
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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