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Published on : Friday, February 5, 2016
L is for Lasting Memories
Create lasting memories this Valentine’s Day with a romantic getaway in Beverly Hills. Treat a loved one to the Romance on Rodeo package where the weekend will begin with a bottle of Champagne upon arrival. Then head out to explore adjacent Rodeo Drive and the walkable city of Beverly Hills, or simply relax in luxury and enjoy a spa treatment with USD 100 credit. Breakfast for two is included in the package.
O is for Opulent Dining Experiences
CUT by Wolfgang Puck will open just for the occasion with a uniquely crafted three-course menu by Head Chef Ari Rosenson. To kick off the romantic evening ahead, begin with an amuse bouche before enjoying a salad or starter, followed by a choice of one of CUT’s signature entrees – including wagyu beef, grilled Colorado lamb chops, Maine diver scallops, Dover sole meuniere and more. Pair the main course with one of CUT’s favourite side dishes such as hand cut Kennebec potato french fries, winter root vegetables, soft polenta or broccolini. Finish the feast with a “sweet aphrodisiac” such as the dark chocolate CUT bar or white chocolate cheesecake. To further enhance the dining experience, Sommelier Jaimee Anderson has created a special “Feel the Love” Valentine’s Day wine selection.
Diners can take a piece of CUT’s Valentine’s Day experience home with Wolfgang Puck’s new chocolate boxes, available for purchase at the restaurant. Bonbon flavours include coffee, hazelnut crunch, passion fruit, orange caramel, pistachio and ginger. A box of 6 chocolates is available for purchase at USD 14; a box of 12 chocolates for USD 27; and a box of 18 chocolates for USD 38.
Beverly Wilshire’s all day dining restaurant, THE Blvd, will offer a special Valentine’s Day five-course prix fixe menu. Executive Chef Thomas Bellec has created a romantic meal starting with a confit salmon and leeks for the first course, followed by farro risotto made with duck prosciutto, baby arugula and figs. Then head into the third course with the blood orange and Champagne granita, then to the main course for the evening: the beef duo, which consists of a pan-searched petite filet mignon and braised beef chuck short rib. Couples will end the night on a sweet note with Executive Pastry Chef Christopher Ford’s Beverly Bar, a flourless chocolate cake complemented by cassis, caramel mousse and 23k gold flakes. Dinner includes a glass of Moët & Chandon Rosé Champagne and petits fours.
V is for Valentine Surprises
In-house floral team Square Root Designs wore rose tinted glasses while designing the Pop Up Valentine’s Day Rose Bar menu. Whether wining, dining or relaxing on Cupid’s day, Hotel guests and locals can share an extraordinary array of a dozen red Paris roses, classic red Dutch tulips, or a mixed arrangement of hyacinth, hydrangea and orchids placed in a silver Bacarrat-inspired vase.
For those who really want to go beyond the traditional flowers this Valentine’s Day, Square Root Designs and CUT Restaurant by Wolfgang Puck have teamed up to create 10 exclusive gift sets. These posh floral and chocolate trays include an assortment of roses and Dutch florals, a box of gourmet Wolfgang Puck chocolates, colourful French macarons, an aromatic candle to set the mood and sumptuous sweet cordials.
Stop and smell the roses in the main lobby of Beverly Wilshire Friday, February 12 through Sunday, February 14, 2016 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.Arrangements start from USD 295 for one dozen roses, USD 175 for a tulip arrangement and USD 225 for a beautiful mixed arrangement.
Source:-Four Seasons Hotel