This Windy City offshoot is a classic American steak house, complete with mahogany paneling…
We appreciate a nice patio as much as the next Angeleno, and the one at Boa’s new flagship ranks among the area’s loveliest
On the one hand, this is a steak house in a mall. On the other, it’s a fine-tuned Michael Mina operation where the overall experience adds up to more than the sum of its parts.
It doesn’t get much more picturesque than the marina-adjacent fire pit tables atCast & Plow, the Ritz-Carlton’s new iteration of its hotel restaurant.
Neighborhood: Marina del Rey
There it is, in a dark corner, the Galaxy 200, coin slot covered with tape. The 45s have grown dusty inside, nudged into obsolescence by a flashy CD jukebox that feeds on dollar bills just a few feet away…
The wood-paneled room projects an undeniable stateliness, but Suzanne Tracht and her longtime chef, Preech Narkthong, are as fluent in modern idioms as they are in old-school set pieces.
After passing through a succession of ballrooms, you are processed through the Lawry’s system in the most entertaining way.
Mastro’s may be a chain, but there’s a lot to be said for prime ingredients, a friendly staff, and consistency…
El Floridita is a bit too small, and the scene at the Sportsmen’s Lodge too competitive. For a night of salsa, we head to Stevens Steak and Seafood House. Salsa lives unfettered here. Imbued with a low-key elegance, the 1960s landmark inhabits an elbow formed by the 710 and I-5 interchange…