Bachelorette dinner help!
Here are the bride-to-be's requirements:
-Must have a full bar (she likes vodka tonics)
-A fun and lively place so we're energized when we leave and feel like going dancing and not going home to sleep.
-Not heavy, spicy food (Indian, for example), so we don't feel burpy and have bad breath when we go dancing.
-The two places being considered for going salsa dancing are downtown and Universal City.
It will be a small group (five, I think) and it shouldn't be a place that breaks the bank. I'm open to many different cuisines. Other areas that might be convenient: Hollywood and Burbank. Oh, and we're in our mid-30s if that makes a difference!
Thanks from a newly-transplanted NYC hound!
We went to the Conga Room for salsa dancing - I think on wilshire b/w Fairfax and LaBrea. Full bar there. I would suggest Cobras & Matadors for dinner - the only thing is it is BYOB and I think limited to wine. But the food is great. There's always the restaurants around the Grove - I moved from the area a year ago so a lot of restaurant places escape me. Whisper Lounge is good and has a full bar.
Firefly is great spot - really cool ambiance and food is delicious.
If you are going to be in Universal City I would suggest Firefly in Studio City or MiniBar, both have a fun atmosphere and good bar. Firefly is a bit pricey but food is good. MiniBar is small plates and I find the food to be good.
3413 Cahuenga Blvd W,
Los Angeles, 90068 - (323) 882-6965
11720 Ventura Blvd
Studio City, CA 91604