To go along with a night at the theatre last night, we decided to partake in a dinner at one of the classic hollywood eateries, the Pig'n Whistle
We started with getting a $50 gift card on Restaurant.com - Deals on neighborhood restaurants. $25 Restaurant Certificates for only $10! that really was awesome, we had absolutely no problem using it at the restaurant.
Upon arriving for our reservation we were seated at one of the booths. The service was very good and the food, very delicious.
We started off with the "California Nachos" which are basically Nachos, but instead of Tortilla Chips, they are with Won-Ton's. An awesome take, we all very much enjoyed them.
At our table we had Sherpherds Pie, Filet Minon, Cobb Salad and Shrimp Fettucine. I tried all of them except for the salad and they were all very delicious, very well cooked and presented.
For desert we had the Vanilla Creme Brulee and the Pig N' Whistle Sundae. The Creme Brulee was among the best I've had and the Sundae, well, it was a Sundae.
The Decor was, IMO, nothing special, although the ornate looking ceiling was very nice.
For 5 entree's, 2 deserts an appetizer and glass of wine, the total we had to pay (with our Gift Certificate) was $130 (including tip) for a party of 5. Definately worth it.
One thing to remember, if your using a restaurant.com gift certificate, they will automatically add 18% tip based on the original total (which is totally fine IMO). I actually ended up leaving a bit more.
If you are going to be in the Hollywood area, you won't be dissapointed in the Pig N' Whistle. It's a nice place to start an evening before a show, or after a movie at the El Cap or just to eat at while taking in the sights in Hollywood.