Like all the other reviewers here and on other sites, I have to agree the place was cool, very well run, has a great outdoor(ish) patio --it's covered with not-quite-the-classiest plastic roof and curtains-- and if you're a good looking young-ish guy you will get lots of attention from the ever prowling cougars (older over-sexed ladies there to get laid). The food could have been better given the prices--dinner for two with one glass of wine each with tip and the mandatory valet parking runs about $100-$120. My lamb was so-so, with one end of the tenderloin inedible due to a huge layer of fat-- which should have been trimmed in the kitchen prior to cooking. It was served with two miniature potatoes and half a grilled artichoke heart. My date's crispy cod was bland and on a bed of mashed potatoes that were heavenly, but half butter. Our waitress, like many in LA, was beautiful, pleasant, but obviously bitter we were treating her like a server and not the movie star she believes she will be any minute now.
I read an article about this restaurant on a magazine and wanted to try for a long time and when I saw a Travelzoo deal, I thought I got to try this. Went here on Sunday early evening and the place was almost empty. We sat outside patio and the ambiance was nice. The service was excellent. For appetizers, we had turkey sliders and Mac & Cheese, and for entrees, we had steak and organic chicken. All of them were so good! And my favorite of the night was dessert, s'more with chocolate. It was so good! We also had a glass of red wine and it was also great. Overall, I really enjoy the food and with the Travelozoo certificate, it was a really good deal. But as much as I loved this place, I'm not too sure if I would come back to this place to pay the full price.
Me, my wife and her friend with her husband went to this lounge about a month ago and were very impressed.This is an interesting lounge with Mediterranean delicious heart-healthy dishes ( grilled salmon with brown butter asparagus, mustard vinaigrette or grilled petite filet served with broccolini, fingerling potatoes and Parmesan fondue, still can't forget the taste of the grilled lamp lollipops on the bed of beluga lentils... they were sooo good) and romantic setting. The front of Firefly is a sexy library lounge with comfy sofas, deep red walls. But what really caught our eye was their dining area... a covered patio with a central fireplace, some cozy tables separated by curtains and scores of candles. It's a truly awesome place to hang out!