21st Birthday Dinner!.. with family
I am turning 21 and I want to have dinner in a place I can have good drinks, or fun shots, but mainly somewhere thats memorable and I will have fun. I will be inviting my grandma, and great grandma sooo I'm thinking not tooo crazy, but I dont want to scarifice all the fun, can anyone help me??
Maybe you'd like Chili's or TGI Friday's. Those places are sit down restaurants with a lot of variety, they aren't to expensive, and they serve alcohol.
hmmm. how about that thai place with the singing elvis?? i think its called Palm Thai.
wow..this is kinda hard to find a place suitable for your 21st bday needs and something suitable for a great-grandparent.
Palms Thai Restaurant
5900 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
so why not go there? if it's too wild, maybe something like Musha...?
Palms Thai was a good suggestion. if you want something fun and unique, something like Mouns-of-Tunis.
or go somewhere like Lou on Vine where there's good wine... or Cube. i guess they're not too 21st birthday oriented, but they've got the booze.
or maybe somewhere like Chaya Venice or Chaya? if they're not too pricey.
110 Navy Street, Venice, CA 90291
424 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Lou on Vine
724 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA 90038
525 S Flower St, Los Angeles, CA 90071
Barney's Beanery in Santa Monica? Or any of those restaurants around there. Then maybe say goodnight to the Grandparents and have plenty of options to walk around to afterward...
Dar Maghreb Restaurant in Hollywood? I think that's about $40 fixed price..
Yamashiro with a great view?
Don't forget the designated driver or taxi!!
7651 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046
1999 North Sycamore Ave., Hollywood, CA 90068
Well 1st and foremost, Happy 21st Birthday. Hope it's all that and then some.
If you are into Japanese food, you would most likley enjoy a good old style Japanese steakhouse.
The wife and I went with some family to a Japaneses Steakhouse in Palmdale a couple months ago. Between the Saki Bombs and the amazing table cooks food fliiping and volcanic onion skills, it was definitely a night to remember :)
Saki, Saki, Saki Bomb! What a blast.
Again Happy 21st and Cheers!