wonderful alcoholic beverage
Fun way to start the night!. We have started in Bar Centro each time we've eaten at the Bazaar and it's a great way to start the night! The drinks are slightly pricey, but worth every penny. my faves: Liquid nitrogen Caipirinha and Jale Berry (pronounced 'Halle Berry' it's a fun play on words for this blackberry martini with the finish of a jalapeno). Early in the night it seems easy to get a table with couch seating but by the end of the night it looks like the place is always packed. I will definitely be back here with my girl friends for a night of drinks soon (spotted quite a few hot men last time as I was leaving).
Petty theft is thriving there!
I actually used to enjoy coming here mostly for some good food. Until the
night my purse was stolen from my table, by someone who was sitting
next to us with his group of friends. The security camera was right
above us. However, management REFUSED to show me the tape, call the
police asap and try to track this person down via the credit card that
his table paid with. They were uncooperative and plainly uninterested ( the nicest possible words I can find ) in resolving this issue and in helping me getting my property back! This hotel and restaurant should give their 4 stars back and keep only 1, maybe even only half of the star that they actually deserve! The management is clueless and has no idea what a 5 star experience truly is! I have never been so mistreated in my life!! There are plenty wonderful 5 star hotels and restaurants in Beverly Hills, who treasure their customer's well being, privacy and security! My advice to you is to stay as far away as possible from this one!
Absinthe. Dude does anyone know where i can absolutely find some of this wonderful tasting alcoholic beverage.
The drinking den of SLS Hotel's maze-like dining bazaar..
If the hulking communal wood table in the middle of the SLS Hotel's main lobby doesn't give you a clue, then just keep walking past the oblong object and grab a seat at the glowing bar behind it. That's where you'll find this cocktail-centric arm of the labyrinthine space known as The Bazaar by Jose Andres. It's also where you can experience wild libations of Wonka-esque proportions: Edible, sorbet-like caipirinhas (made with liquid nitrogen, courtesy of a curbside "valet" mixologist) and margaritas topped with "salt air." Feel like something a little more substantial? Then try "new-style sushi," caviar and cauliflower creme fraiche cones or foie gras on a stick wrapped in cotton candy. The name might mean "central" in Spanish, but this bar is deliciously left of center.
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