Calling all LA baby dolls! In honor of a day of love, we curated a list of things to do around the city. Whether you’re happily taken, flying solo, or spending it with your girl squad, we have something for everyone. Check out below to see what made our list!
JIVE OUT AT UNION STATION
Throwing it back with doo-wop and soul music, Union Station is transformed into an old school dance hall. Bring your lovebird, family, and friends to this 50s and 60s inspired event. It’s open to all and totally free!
WATCH A MORTIFYING COMEDY SHOW
Sit through a night of adults telling stories about their most “mortifying” valentine’s experiences. Exposing their diary entries, love letters and more, these people tell it all. And let's be real, we've all had a failed love story, now here's your chance to laugh about it with everyone else. Here's the details below!
KEEP IT OLD SCHOOL AT THE DRIVE-IN
We get it, not everyone wants to sit in silence in a theater. Lucky for you, there are still drive-in’s in Los Angeles. Head to the Vineland Drive-In Theatre in San Gabriel for perfect drive-in movie date. All you need are a few blankets and some munchies and you’re totally set for the night. :)
WATCH TRUE ROMANCE ON THE BIG SCREEN
Here’s an ultimate love fest that caters to all 21 and up. With live music, a free Cinespia photobooth, cocktails, and True Romance playing on a giant screen, you can’t miss this one. Although it’s not free, it’s totally worth it. Here’s a link to the tickets below. Hurry, they’re going fast!
BOWLING WITH THE HOMIES
Spend a night bowling at LA’s oldest bowling alley, Highland Park Bowl. Each lane caters up to 8 people so a group will do for this V-day outing. This bar, restaurant, and bowling alley is a triple threat everyone will love.
GET YOUR GROOVE ON AT MOONLIGHT ROLLERWAY
Hit up Moonlight Rollerway on Valentine’s Day for Throwback Thursday. With music from the 70’s 80’s and 90’s, this place will have you falling in love. We can’t think of a better way to spend V-day with your lovers.