Located in the populous region of Los Angeles, California, common chain and fast food restaurants can be found most anywhere, though independently owned eateries provide excellent choices for anyone looking for something different.
Truxton's American Bistro on Truxton Avenue serves up fresh, seasonal items prepared to your individual liking, from ultra-healthy to sinfully indulgent. Whether you prefer familiar fare or want to shake things up with more exotic seasonings and spices, the knowledgeable and friendly staff explains the menu in detail to help you create your perfect plate. Offering both dine-in and take-out options, your satisfaction is guaranteed.
Ayara Thai Cuisine on E 87th does not disappoint, serving the best crab fried rice in the city. Dine-in and take-out options, great hours seven days a week, and superb catering services take this Thai food restaurant to a new level of spectacular. Feast on drunken noodles or pad see ew in this casual and friendly establishment, but be prepared for plenty of leftovers.
Every garlic fanatic in town must visit Alejo's Presto Trattoria Italian Restaurant on Lincoln Boulevard, as this cozy, family friendly establishment serves patrons a generous portion of signature bread and garlic upon being seated. End your week with an Italian feast full of fine wine, scrumptious appetizers, hearty servings of pasta or pizza, and a decadent slice of tiramisu. Add some flair to your plate by ordering the three color ravioli, or treat your taste buds to the pizza raviatta topped with fresh veal and roasted peppers. Make sure to check the website before your visit to learn about daily specials, or choose from a number of coupons for a budget-friendly meal.
There's no end to the nightlife in Westchester, whether you feel like watching the game, seeing a live show or just hanging out with friends.
The Game Sports Bar Restaurant & Lounge on W Manchester Avenue combines big-city living with family friendly fun. Come early to enjoy a superb happy hour and some tasty nachos, or stay past 9 p.m. to root for your team as the DJ sets up to spin and scratch your favorite jams. Full menu options and friendly service keep you coming back to this local hot spot time and again.
If you crave live music, get your general admission tickets for the standing room only El Rey Theater. Built in 1936 in the art deco district of Los Angeles, this registered historic monument was converted into a live music venue in 1993, 50 years after operating as a first-run movie theater, though the lobby still pays homage to the art deco scene. With magnificent staircases, a VIP balcony and a grand ballroom that houses
a full stage, party-goers wish the night would never end.
If you prefer a more classic dive-bar experience, head over to Sepulveda Boulevard to hang with friends at Melody Bar and Grill, where the drinks are cheap and the company familiar. The retro atmosphere sets the tone for feeling like you've just walked into a place where everybody knows your name.