Single or Taken, BRG’s L.A. Hotspots Have Valentines Day Plans for Every Status

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BRG’s restaurants - Brick+Mortar, Smoke, and Fatty’s Public House - present Valentines Day options for everyone this year

Whether single or taken, looking for a sexy upscale atmosphere or more of a laid-back one, BRG’s restaurants offer something to make this Valentines Day special for everyone. Dine on the contemporary American cuisine of BRG Executive Chef Laurent Saussy at one of their three L.A. hotspots: Brick+Mortar, Smoke, or Fatty’s Public House – each of which are serving up their own unique V-Day experiences.

Now known as one of Santa Monica’s hottest restaurants thanks to its casual-chic atmosphere, delicious food, and attractive 20-something crowd, Brick+Mortar is the place to meet singles on the Westside this Valentines Day.

Brick+Mortar will be hosting a “Stoplight Party”, so come guests should come wearing the color of their relationship status (red = taken, yellow = potentially interested, and green = single and ready to mingle). There will be a DJ, special menu items added, and an extra V-Day surprise for diners. The party begins at 9pm.

2435 Main Street
Santa Monica, CA 90405
For reservations: (310)450-3434

With its dark grey, velvety décor and indulgent steakhouse menu, Smoke is West Hollywood’s sexiest new restaurant. So for Valentines Day, it’s the perfect place for guys to treat their sweetheart and put her in the mood (wink, wink).

Smoke will be featuring a special “Date Night” menu for $200 per couple, which includes a shared appetizer, two second courses, two entrees, a shared dessert and wine pairings with each course. Choose from a number of Smoke’s favorites and some exclusive Valentines Day menu items including a Smoked Steak Tar Tar, Wild Mushroom Bisque, a Braised Lamb Shank with Red Wine Risotto, and a Chocolate Nut Tart. Reservations are strongly recommended.

9010 Melrose Avenue
West Hollywood, CA 90069
For reservations: (310) 385-2222

Fatty’s Public House
La Cienega’s newest hotspot, Fatty’s Public House, is a throwback to the old days of Hollywood – inspired by Fatty Arbuckle, one of the first silent film stars, who occupied the space nearly 70 years ago. It’s homey, pub-like atmosphere and incredible food make it the perfect place for singles to mingle this Valentines Day.

Like Brick+Mortar, Fatty’s will be hosting a “Stoplight Party”, so guests are encouraged to come wearing the color of their relationship status (see above) and ready to mix with some of L.A.’s coolest bachelors and bachelorettes. There will be a DJ and drink specials throughout the night. The party starts at 9pm.

Fatty’s Public House
829 N. La Cienega Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069
For reservations: (310) 854-0756

About BRG
Partners Justin Safier and Travis Lester formed Broseph’s Restaurant Group (BRG) in July of 2010 out of a passion and love for the restaurant industry, as well as the belief in a need for more restaurants with outstanding culinary experience paired with exceptional atmosphere. By opening five restaurants in just two years (Bar Esquina in Cabo, Brick+Mortar in Santa Monica and San Diego, Smoke in West Hollywood, and now Fatty’s Public House), BRG has established itself as the restaurant group to watch, with multiple additions to their portfolio already in the works.

Media Contact: Kelley Coughlan, Melrose PR, Kelley(at)melrosepr(dot)com, (310) 450-7960,

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