Miro restaurant wakes up DTLA with Saturday brunch

Famed for its whiskey lounge, Miro hosts downtown diners with an exciting Saturday brunch fare It used to be that Downtown LA was like Wall Street on the weekends, vacant and quiet, especially on Saturdays, but slowly and steadily, chic and inviting restaurants like Miro are changing that. Because no other premiere restaurant was serving... Continue Reading →

Turningfire puts a spin on modern rotisserie roasting

Eagle Rock eatery turns up the heat with flavorful rotisserie cuisine Turningfire Modern Rotisserie in Eagle Rock is a year-old restaurant with a fire-brand new concept that is skewering traditional rotisserie cuisine. Michael Rolibi came up with the idea of a rotisserie restaurant with a modern twist in a setting he calls premium casual, which... Continue Reading →

The neverending all you can eat pancakes at IHOP

"I don't want a huge stack of pancakes,"  said no kid ever. And IHop listened. For kids of all ages, IHOP is holding its much-anticipated annual promotion of all-you-can-eat pancakes, through February 12. Our family headed out to our neighborhood IHOP to indulge. The promotion features one price for a stack of five of IHOP's... Continue Reading →

Fleming’s steakhouse for a date night or girl’s night out

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar in Beverly Hills has a hipper swagger than your traditional steakhouse. It has the dim lighting, crisp white table cloths and large booth seating that you expect from a fine dining establishment, but unlike the staid and almost library-like atmosphere of many steakhouses, Fleming's feels like a party. This... Continue Reading →

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