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Burbank restaurant near PF Chang's that had two fire places outside in the front patio

FOUND IT! Granville Cafe! Highly recommend it! It's not over priced!

Jun 12, 2010
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Burbank restaurant near PF Chang's that had two fire places outside in the front patio

Im not sure I have to check it out. The place I am referring to has low lighting and healthy food. My favorite dish was a large pasta bowl with chunks of lobster tail and large shrimp.

Jun 12, 2010
Sunny6 in Los Angeles Area

Burbank restaurant near PF Chang's that had two fire places outside in the front patio

I cant remember the name of the restaurant. I haven't been there in a long time and I wanted to take my husband there for our anniversary. Please help me!

Jun 12, 2010
Sunny6 in Los Angeles Area

Looking for a REALLY GREAT burger place and New York Style pizza place

But I am tired of looking it up online and finding only over priced.....less than average places that "foodies" pay an arm and a leg for just because it's a fancy place, i.e....going to Houstons for a burger. Ok.....I'm sure it's good....but I am talking about real people food.....not break the bank food. =) ha-ha-ha!

Dec 11, 2009
Sunny6 in Los Angeles Area

Best Party Cakes

I just had my baby shower on 12/06/09 and everyone was asking about the cake. We ordered the Chocolate with Chocolate Whip Cream filling and Butter Cream frosting on a half sheet. The Cake was beautifully decorated to match our color theme and for 60-70 person serving...the cake was $80. The chocolate cake was super moist, buttercream was not too sweet.....just fluffy and perfect, but the BEST part was the filling. We served the cake cold and the filling tasted JUST like chocolate ice cream. Everyone loved it....and everyone took a bunch of it home. Luckily we still had enough left to bring home and almost a week later....it's just as moist and delicious as the day we bought it. I am now not only a huge fan of the Porto's food, but a HUGE fan of their cakes. =)

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Porto's Bakery
315 N Brand Blvd, Glendale, CA 91203

Dec 11, 2009
Sunny6 in Los Angeles Area

Im looking for a good baby shower cake.....any suggestions?

Im not looking to spend hundreds either....it's not a fancy wedding cake or anything. Seems like every suggesstion I have been given from people are for cakes that look like they belong at a Wedding reception.

Just a super yummy cake place for a good deal. =)

Sep 26, 2009
Sunny6 in Los Angeles Area

best place to have a babyshower

I need help finding a place to hold a babyshower. I was looking to have it at Geezers in Santa Fe Springs, but after a week of not being able to get a hold of their Oh too busy managers, I give up. I was also looking to have it at my favorite place, Wild Thyme in Pasadena, but the capacity is 40 in there would be no room for a cake table, games, etc. Please help me! I was looking in the whittier, pasadena areas.....and everything in between.

Feb 08, 2008
Sunny6 in Los Angeles Area

Stuffed Pizza vs Lampost Pizza in Whittier

It's on Greenleaf right after Mar Vista.

Dec 07, 2007
Sunny6 in Los Angeles Area

Stuffed Pizza vs Lampost Pizza in Whittier

Aww, I do miss the days when Frank owned Lampost, but the new owners are still making the best pizza in Whittier!

Dec 05, 2007
Sunny6 in Los Angeles Area

best ice cream cake in la?

ColdStones is better than 31, and if you like strawberry ice cream, I would suggest their vanilla cake with Strawberry ice cream. =)

Dec 01, 2007
Sunny6 in Los Angeles Area

Stuffed Pizza vs Lampost Pizza in Whittier

Ok, maybe it's just me.....but I think pizza should have melty, gooey cheese with a lot of sauce and a crust less than an inch thick. I LOVE the way that Lampost makes their pizza. The cheese is gooey, the sauce doesn't taste like preggo sauce.....and the crust is just thick enough and crunchy.

I was shocked with Stuffed pizza, since they always seem soo busy and popular. I tried it, and I was not impressed. The crust is too thick, the sauce lacks flavor....but they try to compensate by adding too much of what tastes like oregano....and the cheese is just as bland, well, what little cheese is put on. If you like all bread with a little bit of sauce and some non melty cheese...then you'll love Stuffed Pizza. Not to mention, their prices are higher than Lampost. =( I should have just stuck to Lampost.

Does anyone agree or have a different opinion?

Dec 01, 2007
Sunny6 in Los Angeles Area