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Going for my daughter's grad in May.  Been to Church and State when Manske was there, like to try something similar.  Anyone?  Bueller?

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lots of choices. probably no. 1 would be bouchon in beverly hills. la is a big place, though, so the name of a city would be helpful.
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lots of choices. probably no. 1 would be bouchon in beverly hills. la is a big place, though, so the name of a city would be helpful.

Pretentious foodie.
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Don't you dare call me a foodie.

Anyway, foodguy is probably one of the most pretentious people I know. Standing on his ivory tower, with all his informative resources and insightful articles.
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"learn to look up"
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I'm staying near the Staples center.  Daughter grad from SC.  Less than $30 cab ride would be nice, not critical.  I heard Cut was very good and pricey.  Then again, you only live once or twice...  I looked up various reviews.  I've been to Bouchon in Vegas.  Some dishes rock, most are just ok.  I would appreciate some favorites from the Forum.  Thanks.

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you're about a 10 minute walk from what i think is one of the best restaurants in southern california. rivera is absolutely amazing. beautiful dishes, great flavors and it's really not all that expensive. this is NOT a bouchon-type bistro, it's really fine dining. if you want to go for the full bill, hit patina at the disney center. it's more expensive, but a michelin three-star experience. and you can walk around the gehry building for dessert.
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