Queen of Hearts Valentine’s Ball at The Edison

Queen of Hearts

On Tuesday, February 14th, The Edison is hosting the Queen of Hearts Valentine’s Ball, a Valentine’s Day soiree that features a special punch, an optional prix fixe dinner and the Queen of Hearts All-Star Band. Individual tickets are on sale now for $25 and include a cup of the Queen’s Punch: gin, Perrier Jouet and strawberries. For $100, couples can enjoy cups of the Queen’s Punch and dessert: Valentine’s Cupcakes (Red Velvet and Chocolate) with a glass of Port Wine.

Table reservations are $185 per couple and include cups of the Queen’s Punch and dinner for two. This special prix fixe menu offers guests the following:

  • Reserved table for two
  • A bud vase for the lady with a long stem rose
  • Choice of Appetizer: Shrimp Cocktail, Angel Egg or Edison Meatballs
  • Dinner Salad
  • Choice of: Flatiron Steak with Garlic Fries; Short Ribs with Mashed Potatoes and Creamed Leeks; Salmon with Cous Cous; or Deconstructed Vegetarian Sandwich
  • Dessert

To help get you in the loving mood, The Edison is giving away five pairs of $25 tickets to the Queen of Hearts Ball! It couldn’t be easier to enter the contest. First, “Like” the Facebook pages for Thirsty in LA and The Edison. Then, leave a comment in this post that describes the most romantic thing that you’ve ever experienced or done for your sweetheart. (Try to keep it clean, kids.) Comments must be posted by 6pm on Monday, February 13th. The randomizer will pick five lucky winners, who will be notified by email. Good luck!

Queen of Hearts Valentine’s Ball
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Doors at 7pm
$25 online tickets: www.edisondowntown.com/tickets/index.php?eventid=1003


  • Queen’s Punch
  • Optional prix fixe dinner with table reservation
  • Queen of Hearts Band – singers, musicians and dancers
  • DJ Jonny

The Edison
108 W. 2nd St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 613-0000

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  1. Adrienne on February 8, 2012 at 5:41 am

    The most romantic experience I have had was an evening in the mountains. I built a fire in a cabin in Idyllwild with my lover and then we performed interpretive dances for one another. We laughed until tears rolled down our cheeks, then soaked in a hot tub under the stars. Afterward we made music, wrote a new and song together – and the rest is left up to the imagination…

  2. Joanne on February 8, 2012 at 11:29 am

    We drove to Angels Gate Park in San Pedro and watched the sunset over Catalina Island. I had never been and this is also the home of the Korean Bell of Friendship which is gorgeous and just so happens to be a part of my culture.
    Afterward we went to Ports O’ Call and grubbed on a tray of shrimp, potatoes, onions, and garlic bread. You know exactly what I’m talking about.
    Then we took a drive up PCH and came across a coffee shop called Coffee Cartel in Redondo where they had plenty of comfy couches and there were a few acoustic guitars being strummed outside by other patrons.
    Our final destination was the Basement Tavern in Santa Monica which is a speakeasy like bar. Very hidden from the street, adorned with about a dozen different types of chairs, and on a Sunday night… very quiet and intimate.
    The entire night was a surprise. It started with absolutely no plans at all and evolved into one of the most romantic evenings I’ve ever had.

  3. Monique on February 8, 2012 at 4:17 pm

    Spent an enchanting weekend in the wine country of Solvang, for our anniversary, which was Valentine’s Day. We stayed in a Bed and Breakfast, with a park-like setting, that sits on a hill overlooking the Santa Maria mountains. After a casual day of wine tasting, we spent a lazy afternoon in hammocks in the private backyard area of our room, and had an after dinner soak in the in-room hot tub. It could not have been more beautiful.

  4. Aubrey Day on February 8, 2012 at 7:21 pm

    It was late Spring and the weather was perfect. My sweetie and I were 4-wheeling in the woods near where we lived. He suggested we head to the river to rest for a bit. Near the bank he had a beautiful picnic set up. The most romantic part was the thought he put into it…from the food selection, to the wild flowers near by, to the color of the blanket. He proposed to me that day!

  5. Danielle on February 9, 2012 at 12:49 pm

    The most romantic thing me and my ex ever did was go on a boat ride on the napa river in napa, california. There was a wine and cheese tasting on the boat, and the surroundings were beautiful.

  6. brian rigazzi on February 9, 2012 at 12:58 pm

    Kissing in the ocean at night.

  7. Rolando on February 9, 2012 at 6:14 pm

    The most romantic thing my girlfriend’s ever done for me was show up to the ER room after I had a cycling accident. I text her from the ambulance because I was supposed to call her after my ride (we had just started dating). I told her I was okay and that my family was on their way. She was already at the hospital when I arrived all bloodied and bruised. We only knew each other 3 weeks but that’s when I fell in love.

  8. Marvin on February 11, 2012 at 12:14 pm

    Hopefully this can be part of the most romantic evening i will give to my other half! she is more than deserving and I hope to make her evening an unforgettable one! Full of adventures starting with the Edison and ending in the beach!

  9. Christopher G. on February 13, 2012 at 4:17 pm

    When I would get out of school early in Long Beach, I would sometimes drive to my then girlfriend’s work in Encino to surprise her with lunch.

  10. thirstyinla on February 14, 2012 at 12:07 am

    Thanks for your comments everyone! Here are the five winners, please check your emails as I need to submit your first and last names to The Edison:

    brian rigazzi
    Aubrey Day