Honestly, this is some of the best food I've ever had in the Los Angeles area. The restaurant is a bit difficult to find, tucked on a side street in the heart of east downtown L.A., but if you know the restaurant State & Church, it's just across the street. It's a big red door.So, first let's talk about the beer. The menu is filled with artisan Belgian style beers, both imported and domestic. You can't go wrong, but talk to your waiter about what you like, or what you feel like having, and you'll get a good recommendation. Be bold - the selection changes all the time. I highly recommend the Ommegang Witte, if available - sweet, summery, just great.Then the appetizers. There are several mussel dishes to choose from - just pick one. I love the smoked salmon bruschetta - it's out of this world. And the mushroom risotto ... ay yi. I got a taste of the salmon sandwich and one of the burgers - they're pretty much fantastic. But let me tell you, it's all about the smoked wild boar sausage, with pureed roasted sweet potatoes, black kale and pearl onions. I haven't tasted boar sausage like this since my last meal in Venice (Italy, not the beach town). And if you're not adventurous for the boar, head straight for the grilled smoked salmon and taste a bit of heaven. Seriously, this is my new favorite restaurant.
Just tried my first restaurant in Los Angeles China Town. Plum Tree looked interesting from the outside, so thought we'd give it a try. As chance would have it, there was a big event going on. Good (albeit 80s) music, interesting crowd, etc. Wait staff, while quick to refill a drink prior to, was nowhere to be found during the meal. Had to wait for 10 minutes after finishing before we could flag the waiter down for the check. Further, when asking for the leftovers to go, he threw the boxes down and hurried off to another table -- hastily returning to slop the food I had not yet managed into a container. We had two dishes -- one hit, one miss -- but even the hit was just ok. Quite sure we're not going to give it another chance. Was hoping for more authenticity (and definitely better service).
Faultline Rocks On Latin Night Fridays!I have Not visited this club in many years.This is one of the few remaining older establishments left in Los Angeles and they are still going Strong!They have various theme nights and back on Friday, November 11, 2016, they had their "Esta Noche" latin night with plenty of Go Go Dancers, along with Live Shows to entertain you.Enclosed in the pictures, please find some examples of what I saw when I was over there.If you are ever in the Vermont Avenue/Melrose Avenue area of Los Angeles and want something different, then please come by and visit.Thank you.Sincerely yours,Howard Paul ShoreWriter, Reviewer and Promoter/HPS
Supperclub La is an amazing venue / place to party the night away! cool vibe, awesome service, beautiful crowd and this place spares no expense to impress their guests - featuring avant-garde art performances, Cirque du Soleil-inspired acrobatics, aerialists, contortionists, laser+light shows and more! Cant wait until Supperclub La launches their newest night, thursdays - launching on Thursday May 12th and every Thursday thereafter! Contact Supperclub Thursdays VIP host for more info and vip, rockstar access past the velvet rope at jbpresents at yahoo dot com
I love what they have done with the place! The remodeling of this community bar/lounge is impeccable! The bartenders sure know how to make a GREAT drink and with the daily drink specials, I can have lots of them :-) The environment is super chill and the crowd is pretty trendy. Looking forward to many more events in the near future. So far I've heard of kareokee, jazz bands and sip n paint, in addition to general party fun! Check it out and let them know I sent you! Xoxox
I don't think of myself as any sort of connoisseur when it comes to Vietnamese cuisine, so wasn't sure what to expect, but a friend recommended this place and assured me that you could order literally anything on the menu and it would be amazing. This proved true. I go to a lot of restaurants and think "Yeah, it was pretty good" but I never make it back a second time. Little Sister is the sort of place I'll frequent a lot when I'm downtown. Great flavors, great vibe.
A brand new Chinese restaurant in Tracy area ! Yes their food and customer service is good, we got Chicken Chow fun, Chicken fried rice, Egg rolls and they threw in a complimentary Crab wantons. Everything tasted fine, price is OK and the place is also clean for now. Since, the business is new I felt that enthusiasm flowing in, will give them time to settle in to see if they can be consistent with quality, quantity, service and pricing. For now they are fine.
This is a little peice of chinese heaven ! The food is awesome, the decor is beautiful and the staff ? Linda ( owner ) Frank ( future owner & son ) YoYo cute sweet server, all welcome u each time u come in. Hubby and I enjoyed lunch since opening we have gone 5 times, yummm our favorites : sweet & sour pork , & shrimp in lobster sauce , everything is great ! ENJOY !!!! Rachel
This is one of our favorite fast food restaurant when we crave for Filipino food. They have menus from breakfast to dinner. We like their breakfast -silog menu. My picky son likes their beef wonton soup and siopao. Their garlic chicken is also a favorite of the family. During hot weather, halo-halo for dessert is the best. Service may take long during lunch hour. Sodas are not self-served.
Old School!..in a good way. My dates and I have enjoyed the video game selection though if you are there with someone sufficiently young or someone who is not into video games they can get bored. The stand-out part is that they have a food truck on most nights and an open-air bar which reminds me of all the times I've walked around in Europe with open bottles of beer (Berlin, anyone?)