HELP! I Need Suggestions for an Unconventional Bachelor Party Dinner!!!
So, we're having a bachelor party for a buddy of mine. We'd like to do something unconventional for him. We're not looking for a night of debauchery, but more just something memorable/weird/downright strange/interesting. We're going camping in Leo Carrillo afterwards, and MUST be at the campsite before 10 pm. My gut tells me we should keep it on the west side, though I'm open to any and all suggestions.
Some ideas we were considering was to hit up The Magic Castle -- where you can dine and then take in amazing magic shows, but timing-wise that wouldn't work. I was also thinking about that weird lodge restaurant with moose heads on the walls but I can't think of the name offhand. There's also that restaurant where you dine in the dark.
Something strange is okay. In fact it's probably preferred. I'm open to whatever you've got. The only catch is that his uncle, who's in his seventies and has trouble walking is coming too and I want him to enjoy himself just as much as us youngsters. There's gonna be anywhere from 6 to 15 people. We don't have an accurate head count yet. I really need help! I want something locked down this week!!!
Please suggest away!
How about hiring a sushi model where you eat sushi off of the model? No idea how to arrange this. The only restaurant I know that would put it together, I believe is out of business.
"that weird lodge restaurant with moose heads on the walls" is the Saddle Peak Lodge, which is in the Santa Monica Mountains on Piuma Rd., about a mile east of Malibu Canyon Rd. It is very expensive, but very, very good in terms of both food and service. They serve a lot of game dishes, perfect for a bachelor party. Also, in addition to the room you are thinking of -- the large main room, on the lowest level, with the animal heads and naked-lady paintings (but tasteful, tasteful!) -- there are two smaller rooms, one on the second and one on the third level. You don't say how large your party is going to be, but it may be that you could reserve one of those two rooms and have it for yourself. And of course, it is (relatively) convenient to Leo Carrillo Beach, probably not more than 20 minutes or so.
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