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Experience the timeless charm and vivacious energy of Delilah, a modern-day supper club with a vintage aesthetic. Lavish chandeliers hang overhead and plush interiors create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Nostalgic touches, like the crackling fireplace, offer increased comfort as guests dine on refined American fare. Dining elevates to dancing as a troupe of female entertainers move to the sounds of a live jazz band. Eating, drinking, and dancing converge in this one-of-a-kind space, and guests enjoy lounge-style bottle service as the evening progresses.
“EAST-COAST KALI 4/5: Casamigos blanco, grand marnier, passionfruit and some other fruity things. Not bad. Kinda sweet, not as strong as I'd like. DIRTIER BASTARD 4/5: Bourbon, ginger, lime, lemon-tea cordial (interesting twist). Again, not bad. PRETZEL KNOTS & BUTTER 5/5: Complimentary soft pretzel knots with a side of thick honey mustard butter? I mean, the only complaint I have is why it wasn't bottomless. Just saying. TRUFFLE SASHIMI 5/5: Wow. Mouthwatering. Tuna, hamachi, chili oil, ponzu, caviar, black truffle. Fantastic fusion of flavors. MRC ROLL 5/5: Seared tuna, shrimp, ponzu butter. Did I mention ponzu butter? Yeah. It was amazing. CRUNCHY RICE CAKES 4/5: I can still taste it and I was there a year and a half ago! Lightly fried, soft upon biting, and generously coated with a slab of the tuna. The classic spicy mayo and soy dressing was delicious. MUSHROOM SPAGHETTI 5/5: Yup. Definitely. Must get. Wild mushrooms, peeled sugar snap peas, tomatoes and parmesan. So creamy and savory and sweet. So good.”
“Trendy Organic Mexican Restaurant. Go there on Tuesday for happy hour, Buy 1 get 1 FREE Tacos!”
“Next door to the infamous Troubadour, this is a fun lil hot spot with great food, drinks, and a night club upstairs.”
“Super trendy, beautiful people, expensive food, lovely and sophisticated, eatery with vintage decor offering New American plates, drinks & wine. Entrance is around the back (not from the street where Uber drops you off), through a vintage shop. ”