Post-play dinner, Burbank or Glendale?
We're attending a 7:00 pm perfomance at the Cypress Theatre in the Media Center complex tomorrow night (Sunday), and we prefer to eat later rather than earlier, so let's say around 9:30 or 10:00. I know there's a bunch of stuff near there on San Fernando, not all of it chain-related, and some interesting places on Glen Oaks. I just need to have some idea of what's likely to be open that late on a Sunday - anyone have some suggestions?
Thanks for the suggestions, folks - only problem is, every one of these places I've been able to get information for is either closed on Sundays or shut down at 10 or earlier. I've said it before: I simply cannot understand why late-night dining is so easy to come by in a one-horse burg like Nashville, and so damned hard in "The Cultural Capital of the World"!
Arnie Morton, Savannah, Third and Olive (new and in the Media Center, opened my Miki, chef/owner of Bistro Provence, friend went and said it's great but I haven't been yet), McCormick & Schmick's, Palate (933 S Brand Blvd @ Chevy Chase), Granville (casual gourmet on San Fernando), Three Drunken Goats (Honolulu Ave, in Montrose), Fat Dog (Honolulu Ave in Montrose, late night happy hour during wknights).