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By Christine Putnam | December 20, 2008
Maybe it is too soon to mention Mardi Gras. After all, it is the traditional over-the-top celebration in New Orleans right before Christians begin the holy Lenten season culminating with the Easter holiday. On a cold winter night with my Christmas shopping nowhere near complete and my holiday cookies burned to a crisp in an oven that heats up only one side, give me a tropical drink and a big, hot bowl of gumbo. Michael’s Bar and Grill in Burbank serves the best Louisiana-style Cajun cooking in Los Angeles.
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By Richard Foss | December 23, 2011
If you ask someone whether they like fast service at restaurants, they will almost certainly answer yes. It's worth thinking about, because some things really can't be rushed. These thoughts came to mind after dinner at Michael's Bar & Grill, a Louisiana-style restaurant in Burbank. The interior is modern and pleasant, with New Orleans artwork setting the mood and bouncy pop playing in the background. Many regional restaurants lay on the hickitude with a trowel; finding one that is both Southern and sophisticated was a pleasant surprise.
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By Hassahn Liggins | July 25, 2009
There is obviously one thing that cozy and quaint Jax Bar & Grill in Glendale is known for besides food and that is the jazz musicians they bring in to entertain their guests. On Tuesday night, the New York-based jazz trio known as Origin Blue made a stop at the trendy establishment during their West Coast tour. With a few people celebrating birthdays, several couples out on dates, and some locals enjoying a beer or two at the bar, the scene was set for Origin Blue to deliver a funk-filled performance of their eclectic style of jazz.
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By Richard Foss | December 23, 2011
If you ask someone whether they like fast service at restaurants, they will almost certainly answer yes. It's worth thinking about, because some things really can't be rushed. These thoughts came to mind after dinner at Michael's Bar & Grill, a Louisiana-style restaurant in Burbank. The interior is modern and pleasant, with New Orleans artwork setting the mood and bouncy pop playing in the background. Many regional restaurants lay on the hickitude with a trowel; finding one that is both Southern and sophisticated was a pleasant surprise.
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By Christine Putnam | December 20, 2008
Maybe it is too soon to mention Mardi Gras. After all, it is the traditional over-the-top celebration in New Orleans right before Christians begin the holy Lenten season culminating with the Easter holiday. On a cold winter night with my Christmas shopping nowhere near complete and my holiday cookies burned to a crisp in an oven that heats up only one side, give me a tropical drink and a big, hot bowl of gumbo. Michael’s Bar and Grill in Burbank serves the best Louisiana-style Cajun cooking in Los Angeles.
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