The flagship of this charming chain looks and feels as good as ever. Designated as a State Point of Historical Interest, this is the first Bob's Big Boy! Take a moment to admire the huge Big Boy statue before you head inside this child-friendly spot. Enjoy classic American diner food that feels like the type of dishes Fonzie would approve of. There is even car-hop service on the weekends. Friday night brings loads of car enthusiasts showing off their hotrods.
Locals trek to Coral Cafe day and night for the wide selection of inexpensive food. Open 24 hours, it is the perfect for lunch or stopping by after a night at the bars or clubs. The simple layout and sparse decorations may not add to the ambiance, but it creates a mom-and-pop feel. Make sure to order the tortilla soup, topped with a mound of cheese, it's simply one of the best soups in the city. Coral Cafe also has a great breakfast menu.
Bottega Louie brings European panache to the streets of LA with a delicious contemporary Italian menu. Opt for the Farmers Market Breakfast at their weekend brunch, a platter of poached eggs, vegetables and parmesan, or relish small plates of raspberry beignets or portobello fries. Complement your meal with something from their extensive beverage list; flavored soda, beer, juices, lattes or heady cocktails to name a few. The sprawling high-beamed space is decorated with crisp white walls and marble counter tops for a classy, East Coast feel, and exudes an understated elegance. Head to the deli for food to go, as well as inspiration to experiment in your own kitchen.
Still commonly known as the "Rainbow Room," this fabled Sunset Strip institution continues to deliver a good time with live rock shows, fun finger food and late-night dining. The roomy interiors consist of a dining room, several bars, upstairs dance floor and patio decorated with kitschy rock 'n' roll memorabilia, Christmas lights, burgundy leather booths and even a vintage arcade game. The food offered is an Italian-American fusion of popular munchies such as pizza, sandwiches, steaks and a diverse vegetarian selection. Keep in mind that it is possible to reserve special seating above the stage.
This stylish café puts a premium on locally-sourced and sustainable ingredients. The place is wholesome without being staid, a perfect choice for an unpretentious gourmet. Breakfast is popular, with dishes like the power breakfast and carrot hot cakes catering towards the health-conscious who don’t want to sacrifice the Los Angeles brunch ritual. Generous cocktail and brew menus round out the offerings along with soup, salad, pizza, and burgers for lunch.
Castaway Restaurant, situated atop the hills of Burbank, offers an unparalleled dining experience to its guests. Rustic and elegant at once, soft and muted tones of beige, brown and grey dominate the dining hall area and the lovely floor to ceiling windows offer splendid views of the surrounding hills. Outside, a beautiful patio calls out to you to soak up some sun and treat your eyes to the panoramic views of the rest of the city. With their own dry-aging room and the dedication to serve you the highest quality beef, the menu has been crafted by Chef Perry Pollaci and are sure to engage all your senses at once. An extensive and elaborate wine list that includes more than 150 wines imported from different parts of the world will please the wine lover in you. An ideal place whether it be a romantic meal with your loved one or celebration of an event, Castaway Restaurant does not disappoint.
This great neighborhood spot offers a relaxed environment and delicious food. No wonder the owners have opened three more locations in neighborhoods all around town. The well-prepared specialties, such as Chicken Tikka and Tandoori Chicken are always a treat. The prices are easy to deal with and the staff is friendly and will make you want to return again and again. Beer and wine are served, as are several traditional Indian desserts.
The Carving Board Burbank is known for their hefty sandwiches. The chain has four locations across the city, and its Burbank post is quite close to the city center thus delighting locals and travelers alike. The Carving Board Burbank has quite a lineup of specials, from the turkey infused Sweet November to the meat-laden Blackstone, Longhorn for the bbq lovers to the Bentley with its delicious blue cheese flavors, The Carving Board Burbank has something for all.
If you have a yen for Mexican fare, then try Don Cuco Mexican Restaurant when in downtown Burbank. Their authentic menu is a result of a collection of family recipes handed over through generations. You will find Yucatan specialties that will tickle your taste buds. Dig into fajitas, grilled delights, seafood and burritos. They have a separate menu for kids who are 12 and under. Round it off with decadent desserts. Complement your meal with margaritas.
If you are wondering where to host your next big event, private or corporate celebration or even your wedding, then look no further than Olivia. A well-known banquet hall and event venue, Olivia is a spacious venue with a capacity to hold 150 people. The venue also serves as a Mediterranean restaurant and catering options are also available. Features like LED ambient lighting, dance floor, in-house catering and entertainment services also add to the appeal of hosting an event here. The owners and staff members are also quite courteous and professional, trying their best to ensure that every event at Olivia is a success and their clients are sufficiently satisfied. With so much on offer, look no further than Olivia for your next big event.
Flavor of India invites you to its warm and cultural ambiance in a welcoming setting. The menu has cuisine of different regions of the country, from Northern dishes like butter chicken to Southern signatures like madrasi duck urry. Try the flavorful appetizers like samosas, bhel puri, aloo tikki, and more. Occasionally they will even have cooking classes by the Chefs at Flavor of India.