By Emily Sancetta | November 14, 2018 10:02am ESTI have to admit that the last time I went to a new restaurant was in the mid-1990s.
Back then, a single restaurant was enough to satisfy my hunger for great food, good wine and, of course, good people.
I remember walking into a restaurant like this one in Pasadena, California, and it felt like I was in my twenties.
I was dressed in a crisp black shirt and jeans, my hair was in a bun and I was staring out at a vast desert landscape, as the sun was setting behind the city.
The menu was very extensive, with dishes from across the country: I was a vegetarian for most of the meal, so I was not really a fan of seafood and had no choice but to order the fish tacos, chicken and rice, chicken noodle soup and the rice with beans.
But I was impressed with the service, which was impeccable.
As the chef explained, I got to choose what to order, which I did not always have to do because of the large selection of dishes.
It was great to be able to take a break from my life and get to savor a meal I had had for decades.
I got a steak, an oyster and a chicken sandwich.
I have not been to a restaurant quite like this since.
A couple of years ago, I decided to do a book about dining in the U.S. I had a list of places I would like to visit, and I decided I would take a chance on this one.
This place has everything you want in a restaurant, from the food to the service.
The food is good and the service is great.
It’s the best restaurant in Los Angeles.
It is a must-visit for anyone who wants to experience great dining in Southern California.
The restaurant is located in the Beverly Hills area and is a very unique spot, with an intimate setting that can accommodate a large group.
It features a large bar area, a huge wine cellar and a beautiful dining room with large tables.
It also has outdoor seating.
The restaurant has a variety of seating options, including bar seating with a large TV, and private dining with a private bar.
The chefs are very knowledgeable about their food and their techniques.
The chefs at this restaurant are very good, so they are very careful when preparing the food.
They also prepare the food well and are very patient with the guests.
You can tell that they care about their guests, and the atmosphere is very pleasant.
The wine cellar is spacious and there are large tables for both bar and private parties.
The service is excellent, especially for a restaurant.
I did have a little bit of an issue with the waiters, who were kind of rude at times.
But the food was delicious and they were attentive.
I would definitely come back.
This place is also very well equipped with a huge menu, which includes dishes that are both local and imported.
The selection is also large.
The service is always excellent.
I can recommend this place to anyone who likes to enjoy good food in Southern Californias food desert.