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My waiter, Tomas, recommended the fish tacos and I'm glad I ordered them! Although it's hot in L.A. right now, I enjoyed my fish taco lunch on the shaded patio with the waterfall cascading gently in the background! I was served three grilled fish tacos...More
$5 Beer and Wine, good ambiance and great food! Hurry because it ends at 630pm! This is a hotel bar restaurant inside the Doubletree Culver City on Centinela. All Happy Hour plates are $6 and you can expect generous portions hence you won't need dinner!...More
For breakfast a lot of friendly staff were working hard on the wrong things, duplicating some, ignoring others. Coffee wasn't fresh with an hour left in the meal time. Juice dispensers were empty. Nobody was serving our table after being seated. The hot portion of...More
I work in the area and don't always want fast food or the hustle and bustle of a restaurant...this is my solution. It's a bar/restaurant inside of the Doubletree Hotel. Good selection of drinks and decent food.
This lobby bar at the Doubletree has a very friendly, helpful staff. Their cocktail options are interesting and the red wine was great. We tried the flatbread pizza and the fish tacos. I'd skip the tacos in the future but they have lots of other...More
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At Share, specifically, the prices were pretty good we thought. We ate there three times during our stay at the hotel, once being room service breakfast which was absolutely perfect. Remember, it's LA, CA and everything... More
At Share, specifically, the prices were pretty good we thought. We ate there three times during our stay at the hotel, once being room service breakfast which was absolutely perfect. Remember, it's LA, CA and everything costs more there, we go for therapy for a child with CP on a regular basis. Food, lodging, gas, it's all more costly there, it seems.
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