| February 3, 2014 | Lifestyle
For the Adventuress: Bowling & Lunch at Cloud Nine Restaurant
Let Mother Nature play cupid with a lung-busting hike to 12,392 feet up Highland Bowl, and book a table for two at Cloud Nine Alpine Bistro at Highlands, with the best views in the country. After earning those turns, the day calls for raclette and riesling.
For the Foodie: Top Table at Element 47
A four-course dinner, caviar, and truffles? This is how to impress a lady. Element 47’s Valentine's Day menu features such come-hither dishes as foie gras torchon with meyer lemon, rose meringue, and basil sponge bread; bass with black rice, coconut, curry, and ginger; and decadent desserts like the chocolate and blood orange coupe with vanilla panna cotta and salted caramel.
For the Beauty Queen: Remede Spa & Chef's Club
Remede’s latest facial (90 minutes/$400) ensures a sexy glow. The new Diamond Experience Multisensorial Lifting treatment by Natura Bissé is ultra-hydrating and improves elasticity, employing natural, high-end ingredients that pack a punch. Afterward, head to the Chef’s Club restaurant, where chef Bryant Ng from Los Angeles’s The Spice Table is guest chef on February 14 and 15. French champagne house Lanson is pairing incredible wines for the ultimate culinary journey.
For the Music Lover: Belly Up Concert & Hotel Jerome Stay
The Pixies at Belly Up Aspen followed by a midnight toast at Hotel Jerome? Now that's a date. One of the season’s most anticipated Belly Up shows, the Pixies are known for incredible live performances. Couple that with a surprise stay at the mountain-chic Hotel Jerome, and gentlemen, she’ll be bragging about this date for weeks.
For the Fashionista: Shopping & Fondue
Shop for dazzling diamonds at W Jewelers. This Etho Maria diamond bracelet is a 22.3 carat, full- and rose-cut white diamond bangle (price upon request) and will certainly put some pep in her step. Then mosy over to the quaint and cozy Le Creperie du Village for fondue and a bottle of Bordeaux .