nice service, great atmosphere, lousy place
What matters most, subtance is lacking. If there is a worse place for value than this place, I've yet to find it. It's bad enough you have to pay to even get seated at the restaurant, and then the cheapest thing on the menu is $13 and seemingly bite-size. The head guy was very rude to boot; he can at least be a little nice if he's going to gouge you from the get go. I must admit, the service was nice and the atmosphere was great. Fact is, you're better off spending so much of your money for so little at either a casino or a stripclub. Beverly Hills is a few blocks down; plenty of places to impress a date there than this lousy place. Stay away.
Casual dinner theater offers intimate settings and cabaret for all ages..
Dazzling with warm, welcoming lights on its awning, this West Hollywood dinner theater is cozy and black box-esque. Its bohemian vibe is found in its small, red velvet-curtained piano stage, snug leopard-print booths, and blown-up photographs of classic 1940s actors. Shared tables increase the intimacy, encouraging easy-going, post-show meet-and-greets at the full bar. A simple menu with grilled fish du jour, pastas and a range of pizzas is available for this all-ages crowd.
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