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Horse Thief BBQ, as its name suggests, specializes in classic American barbecue dishes. Though its menu is not extensive, each item is carefully prepared and is infused with complex flavors and textures. Its main courses consist of Beef Brisket, Spare Ribs, Pulled Pork and Rib Tips. These dishes are complemented by sides such as Jicama Cabbage Slaw, Bacon and Blue Cheese Potato Salad and Aged White Cheddar Mac 'n' Cheese. The mains and side dishes are served in plates and bowls which are then placed on trays in an attractive manner to create a whole meal. Do not miss the delicious Banana Pudding for dessert.
KazuNori, is an exclusive one of its kind restaurant that serves original hand roll sushi. They believe that eating hand rolls are an experience worth trying and they are dedicated to serve the finest hand rolled sushi with freshest fish. They also use specially harvested seaweeds, handmade sauces and warm rice to give a unique touch to their sushi! To experience this unique culture, visit KazuNori.
Sushi Gen boasts of an extensive menu of seafood, sushi, sashimi and other Japanese delights. It offers whole meals such as Tempura Dinner, Beef Teriyaki Dinner, Sashimi Dinner, Salmon Dinner and Chicken Teriyaki Dinner. Its menu includes individual dishes like Fried Pompano, Steamed Clams, California Roll, Fresh Water Eel, Uni and Sashimi Combination and Sunomono. If you are confused between the various sushi options, try the Sushi Deluxe Combination. Due to its efficient service and the delicious flavors of sushi, it is a pleasure to dine at this Japanese restaurant.
The Escondite in Downtown Los Angeles is most popular for its burgers and its generous Happy Hour offerings. Cocktails, wines, and beers, as well as, appetizers are available at an average of USD4 on weekdays from 5p to 8p. Among their cheeseburgers, the Boss Hog and Slim Pickens are crowd pleasers, while the Escondite Beef Sandwich and fries are also delicious. An added feature of this bar is its showcase of local musical talent through concerts that start every night at 10p. Offering pretty views of the city, Escondite is here to stay.
The Regent dates back to the early 20th Century and is a widely photographed site. This historic theater closed down down in 2000. It was purchased by ace entrepreneur Mitchell Frank who has turned this old theater into a vibrant space featuring three distinct areas. So you can dine at their restaurant or unwind at their trendy bar. But the main focus here is live entertainment. Enjoy concerts and gigs by touring bands and talented local musicians at The Regent.
Casa La Golondrina is located on historic Olvera Street, where it stands proudly as one of L.A.'s oldest restaurants. In 1930, the owners took over the historic Pelanconi House which has been around since 1855. It was named after its second owner, Antonio Pelanconi, but now the residence-turned-restaurant serves delicious Mexican fare accompanied by Mariachi music and live dancers. It is a very popular spot for authentic Mexican fare in a unique, historical setting.