Came here for a work function the other night. Woohoo! I didn't have to pay except for the valet tip! Score! Thanks Boss! Let me start off with the one negative aspect of this restaurant. I http://YP.com'ed it - Mapquested it - I Yelped it and I STILL COULDN'T FIND THE BLOODY RESTAURANT! I ended up passing it (no well lit up sign), busted a U and almost passed it again if I hadn't seen the unlit address numbers "3626". The valet suggested I complain to the manager. I'm complaining on YP.com since we all know they read our reviews, right? Service: Waitress was friendly & informative. Water boy was all smiles & constantly refilling our water glasses. *thumbs up* Appetizers: - Cheese Plate (looked delicious but my coworkers all scarfed it down...I was sitting at one end of a long table for 10 so I didn't bother trying to nab a piece or two or the whole plate) - Fried calamari & mixed veggie tempura (pretty tasty - not too oily) to be dipped in a side of balsamic-tarragon mayo...I preferred using a Tabasco mix to create my own special concoction - yum! Entree: Was trying to choose between the scallop/shrimp risotto, grilled rib eye w/ peppercorn sauce (one of the chef's special of the day) or the sauteed rainbow trout. Waitress said the trout was her fave. Done! The trout skin was nicely crisped on the outside, de-boned (except I did chew on one small piece of bone that I promptly fished out & left on the side of my plate), 2 thin slivers of lemon slices in the middle to flavor the flesh, covered with crunchy almond slivers & parsley. It was slightly saltier than I like my food - but I am a bland eater. It was very savory & flavorful. I would definitely order it again...but might ask for "low sodium". Dessert(s): Mine: Chocolate Pot de Creme - very thick w/ a dollop of whipped cream on top & 2 strawberry slices. I prefer it to be made more with dark chocolate than milk chocolate but we all liked it (shared it w/ coworkers - so I could finagle a tasting of their desserts as well - hehe, my master plan!) My Coworkers: - Flourless Chocolate Cake w/ orange marmalade - very dark & rich & delicious! - Creme Brulee - nice crisp burnt top w/ a smooth custard underneath - also delicious! Ambience: Outdoor patio w/ super hot heating fans above - I didn't even need to start drinking my wine to feel like my forehead was being burnt to a crisp. They kindly shut that thing down asap & turned on the other standalone heating lamp behind us that actually had an adjustable temp. All in all a nice place to come for dinner. I think I'll bring my mom here - she always wants to "try something new" that isn't "Asian food".
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Would you believe it if you saw a giant martini filled with cotton candy?! Well it exists here. This is a fun venue for a birthday party around 9-11pm on a weekend night, after that time there's a huge line around the building, lots of dancing and a mechanical bull. A bit too much action for me, but an eventful experience. Visited this place for the for the first time a month ago with my two girl friends. We didn't have to wait long...Our food came out so quickly. Our favorite was definitely the Jalapeno Mac N Cheese. It had many different kinds of cheeses and the jalepenos gave it an unexpected crunch. This was the best mac n cheese I have ever had, and I don't even like jalapenos or gorgonzola, both prominent ingredients. Fun, interesting environment but I think is much better for younger people...
I thought the food was excellent, the service was great, and the interior was just what you would imagine a restaurant to be like 60-70 years ago. Musso & Frank serves old-fashioned American/Continental food. The menu definitely has the flavor of years gone by: Corn beef and cabbage (on Tuesdays), shrimp cocktails, Welsh rarebit and jellied consomm and chicken pot pie (on Thursdays). Steaks are always good here and I like the fish and chips a lot too.
This place is very hard to find if you're going for the first time so get good directions. It is a great place to take your significant other for a romantic night out (try to sit outside on the patio), and also with a group of friends/family. Most of their dishes are good, especially their steaks. Also, if you are in the mood for dessert, you must try their red velvet cake.
I really love the environment of this place but the food is just ok for the price. Even though the food is just ok but I kept coming back because it's like you entered into a different world when you are eating here with a tropical feeling. They have valet parking and you can also find street parking in the area but can be hard to find.
love the steak and ambiance. good service and clean, It's a little expensive but I never leave unsatisfied. Not all my friends like it though, but it is definitely one of my favorite steak houses in southern california. Maestros is also great in Beverly Hills. Near the Staple Center if you want to go there before a game.
Beautiful, elegant establishment. This is a special date night, special occasion or a work dinner type of place. It is expensive but the food is perfect. Service is excellent. Beautiful views and there is a bar that moves so I recommend going down a level and enjoying that for an after dinner drink.
Food is really good here but the service needs to improve. Not sure why but the last two times I was there they didn't have enough staff on and got the order wrong. Would love to give you guys five stars but you need to up your game a little.
I've been here few times and was satisfied with the food and service, however, not great. I prefer Porterhouse Bistro in Beverly HIlls for the same relative price. Order the prefixed meals for about $40. It includes two drinks.
A Hollywood institution. You definitely don't go here for the food, which is pretty "meh." You go here for the frozen-in-time vibe. Love the old-school waiters, even though one spilled an iced tea on me here once.