Comfort Inn & Suites
7330 Eastern Ave.
Bell Gardens, CA 90201
Phone: (562) 928-3452
Fax: (562) 928-9851
Located in Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, X Bar is a beautifully decorated lounge. The 28-foot bar in the center of the lounge offers a variety of creative cocktails made with organic and seasonal ingredients. It also has an outdoor seating arrangement with fire pits which is perfect to enjoy some quiet conversations. The menu includes small plates like 'Camembert-caramelized onion quesadillas' and the regular burgers and pizzas as well.
This urban venue captures the charm of a funky sports bar and an elegant grill in its trendy setting. The TV screens feature the latest in the world of sports as enthusiasts hook on to it, while relishing roasted delicacies fresh from the grill. Choose from a platter of steaks, chops, Pastrami, pizzas- basically anything to munch on while one is glued to the screen. The background score, mostly 90s is a great accompaniment and lots of diners can be seen engaging in debates and discussions about their favorite game. The rapturous crowds are attended upon by an ever alert staff, looking after every need of the patrons.
Ya Ya's Burgers is a Mexican-American deli serving up sandwiches, burritos, burgers and Mexican dishes like enchiladas and tacos. The biggest draw, however is their selection of tortas, Mexico City-style sandwiches. Offering over fifty different varieties of tortas, some are straightforward like the milanesa and carne asada, while the ingredients in others like the alemana and media vuelta are harder to figure out, though the friendly staff is always more than willing to help. The restaurant's decor combines campy movie posters and spaghetti western props with touches of humor and irreverence. With a menu that encompasses nearly two hundred items, Ya Ya's Burgers is definitely a must-visit.
This famous East L.A. restaurant is known for serving up some of the best steaks and seafood around. It's often said that once you have a meal at Steven's, you instantly become a regular. Their philosophy is to provide customers with simple, traditional recipes and impeccable service. Be sure to try their Charbroiled New York Steak or their delicious Salmon dinner. And vegetarians have no fear, even though steak is their specialty, they have a variety of delicious vegetarian options to choose from. They also have a wide selection of wines to choose from, ranging from local brands to international imports. The restaurant also features banquet and event options, as well as catering.
The Oldest McDonald's restaurant established in August 1953 is one of the earliest McDonald restaurants still in operation. Though this location does serve the current menu, it also features the traditional fare comprising cheeseburgers, fries and milkshakes prepared the old-fashioned way. A tourist attraction-cum-restaurant, it has a museum and a gift shop too.
This is a very warm, welcoming Mexican restaurant with live entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights. The house specialties include chicken tacos, chicken enchiladas, green and red chiles, tamales and New Mexico enchiladas. The taco salad is very good as well, as is the Shrimp Louise salad. The combination plates are a good value and come with rice and beans. Family specials are available all day on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature bread sticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like Bruschetta, Calamari, Ravioli, and Eggplant Parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu—their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over.
Nestled in the heart of Huntington Park, this mid-range family restaurant prides itself on having some of the most authentic Mexican dishes in town. Even though it's a chain, it has a warm, inviting vibe to it; a far cry from some of the other L.A. restaurant chains. All food is prepared fresh daily along with homemade salsa and guacamole. And if you're lucky, you might just stumble in on a live music night. And if you happen to finish your meal, but you not quite ready to call it a night, stick around because the restaurant also features a nightclub where you can dance off your meal. Some of the house favorites include Enchiladas Rancheros, Poblanos Los Cabos and their famous Fajitas. And why not wash your meal down with one of their signature Margaritas. This is a wonderful place to go with friends and family of all sizes. Dress code is casual, ambiance is inviting.
For a taste of the best Fish Tacos in town you have to visit Tacos Baja. The fish is crispy-fried and more importantly fresh with a delicious sauce which comes across as you take the first bite. These tacos have been branded the best in Los Angeles, and rightfully so. They are cheap, but surprisingly the food does not give that away. Despite the fact that it is crowded most of the time, the service is efficient. If you like Mexican food then this place definitely deserves a visit.
Tasty food, classic décor, bar, piano bar, dance floor, entertainment, party and meeting room, multimedia equipment, you will find all of these at Dal Rae. For your stomach, there are sandwiches, entrees, seafood, steaks and what you want. Prime New York Steak Sandwich, Chicken Fried Steak, Dal Rae, Seafood Platter on Ice, Chocolate Fantasy, Champagne, all kinds of wine and dancing to piano music are bound to keep you happy. What's more? The owners and the staff of Dal Rae believe in good customer relations, so, don't be surprised when you are addressed by your first name.
Hot Salsa serves up delicious Mexican fast food and hamburgers. All of the items are prepared to order and use the freshest ingredients. The menu is very eclectic, and includes breakfast plates which includes Polish sausage and Huevos Rancheros. For lunch or dinner, the Tostadas and soups are good. Choose from entrees such as Carne Asada, Camitas, Taquitos Dorado, Steak Picado and more. Beer and cocktails are served. Call for further details.
La Azteca Tortilleria has been serving up fresh, delicious Mexican food for over 65 years. The family-owned restaurant has an amazing reputation, best known for their famous burritos. Chance are, if you ask an LA native where to get the best burritos, you'll get La Azteca Tortilleria as the answer. A definite must-try while in the neighborhood, their food is freshly prepared, and those flour tortillas are soft enough to sink your teeth into with no resistance. The place itself is sparse, more of a take-away joint with a few tables strewn around. Dishes to try include the chile relleno, carne asada and chicken quesadillas.