Dolce Group Restaurants?
I recently got a Cozmo Deck as a birthday gift and I noticed a lot of the gift cards in there are for restaurants in the Dolce Group.
Bella Cucina Italia
The Pin Alley
I've never been to any of these restaurants, but I believe most of them are in the LA area. Anyone been? Favorites? In general, they don't seem to have very high reviews, but maybe you have a favorite dish or a dish to avoid! Let me know! I want to make use of some of my gift cards. =) Thanks.
I think the food at Geisha House is decent enough, tiny portions though, so maybe eat before. haha. Their drinks are good.
Dolce's food is alright too, but the place just feels so tired.
Ketchup--I thought the best things were the fries and some of the ketchup. Also, they roll around a drinks cart and offer free tastes of some of their specialty drinks. That was good too. Nothing on the menu appealed to me; I got I think it was some sort of seafood chowder. It was so boring and mediocre, I got bored eating it and couldn't finish it.
At Dolce, I like the Branzino, but I don't know if it's on the new menu....
Avoid the gnocchi at Bella, but the ricotta gnocchi at Les Deux was "less pasty and more fluffy" according to the boy... The chicken with a mustard sauce was okay at Bella, but I wouldn't go out of my way to go to Bella.
I just went to a birthday thing at Ten Pin... it was better food than a usual bowling alley, but the things that we ordered multiples of were the pralines, the pork sliders (I don't eat pork, so not my two cents here), the spinach dip, potato chips and cheese straws.
I never go to Geisha for the food, but it's scene with decent, albeit overpriced and underportioned (typical) sushi... However, I do like that they offer soy paper, and on someone else's dime, I've enjoyed the hand rolls (I order without rice or avocado) the one w/ shrimp, scallop, and crab, and I appreciate their willingness to do rolls w/o rice. Also, the baby eggplant app is pretty good, and if you like specialty rolls, they've got a bazillion.