"The Beverly Hills restaurant Il Cielo is charming, just right for a wedding of about 80 to 120 guests," raves wedding coordinator Jennifer Loftfield of the Beverly Hills firm Joie de Vivre. "It has wonderful character and great upscale Northern Italian food. There's a romantic brick courtyard with trees, and inside it has a fireplace and frescoed ceiling, very Italian. But it's not what I would call rustic. It's whiter and lighter than that. It feels intimate and personal, as if you're in someone's home." The restaurant just added a glass solarium, with a roof that rolls back, where brides can choose to hold the ceremony.View Article
To welcome the Fall season, we thought we should share this beautiful and elegant wedding from one of the most romantic wedding spots in town, Il Cielo. The fall, Tuscan tones of tangerine, orange, rust, celedone green, and bugundy looked absolutely stunning. Adding in textures such as drippy greenery, whimsical branches and berries really add to a fall feeling. We can't wait to see all the pumpkins, fall leaves, and rich textures make their way in to The Hidden Garden.
Arguably the most romantic restaurant in Los Angeles, Il Cielo is deserving of its name, which means "the sky" because patrons dine in the outdoor garden beneath a canopy of twinkling lights. Dining at this L.A. restaurant will put you in the mood for love it seems that every couple in the place makes eyes at each other over plates of housemade pasta and focaccia so give in and order the antipasto Il Cielo, described as good for two.View Article
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