We went for a birthday dinner with a fun group, and picked the right place. As you enter, you can tell the restaurant used to be NAPA auto-parts store. Now there are fuzzy pillows, and old B & W movies projected onto a screen. The waiter was incredibly knowledgeable and efficient. The mini-burgers were perfect for the unadventurous eater, the specials delicious. The only drawback was that something was burning in the kitchen that night, and since the kitchen was visible to diners, the smell filled up the restaurant.
We went to the Side Bar bar next door and finished out the evening. I enjoyed "Marked for Death," a gin concoction that I sipped all night while everyone else drank beer.
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