Named one of the top 10 South Bay ethnic restaurants by the Daily Breeze, Al Watan has served up authentic Indian and Pakistani fare for more than 25 years. Much of the menu is cooked in a traditional clay oven, bringing intense heat to meaty specialties such as the tandoori chicken, expertly spiced to the rich orange hue of a dying sun ($6.99). Lamb, goat, and beef are also offered, cooked in a variety of regional spices and sauces. The naan, also cooked in the clay oven, includes plain ($1), garlic ($1.99), and butter ($2.25) varieties to mop up the savory leavings of the entrees. An extensive vegetable selection ensures that noncarnivores will find something to put in their bellies. Tongues stung by spice can seek succor in the cool sanctuary of the lassis or mango shakes ($2 each).
With a history that stretches back to the 1930s, Hollywood Park has been entrancing bettors with invigorating equine sprints for more than 70 years. After dropping off cars, vans, or giraffe-drawn carriages with obliging valets, guests can stroll inside the grounds and pick up the day's program and peruse upcoming races. After placing bets on favored thoroughbreds, visitors can plunk down in general-admission seating to cheer on favored steeds. Food vouchers allow guests to pick up comestibles at the on-track dining areas, refueling for raucous rooting or between-race games of freeze tag.
Celebrate passing into a new era of life, relive cherished memories of those who have gone before and share your heritage with generations to come.
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MDC Concierge makes special events unforgettable with luxury vehicles and delicious cuisine. The party bus has been employed for bachelorette parties, weddings, and proms, and its catering services have been enjoyed by Hollywood actors such as Martin Lawrence and influential politicians such as Councilman Bernard Parks.
Thumping beats emanate from the tiki boat, dissipating as they scatter across the tranquil waters of Marina Del Ray Harbor. Tiki torches stand sentry over two outdoor decks, where passengers sip beverages, sashay to the music, and send plumes of smoke into the sky from the cigar deck. Such maritime revelry is all in a day?s?or night?s?work for the Tiki Mermaid, a yacht designed to take up to 60 passengers on festive jaunts into the harbor. Swaddled in Polynesian-style decor, the dynamic vessel offers something for everyone, inviting guests to lounge in overstuffed sofas surrounded by tropical plants, dance on two enclosed floors or two outdoor decks, or peer overboard to summon the family of porpoises that raised them. During private and public parties, passengers enjoy a menu of hot and cold appetizers and drinks prepared by the Tiki Mermaid?s master chef.
From under the grill at Britt's BBQ, flames reach their flavor-enhancing tendrils up to barbecue-glazed ribs, tender pork shoulders, and skewers loaded with fresh veggies, infusing the whole menu of barbecue eats with their smoky essence. Grill-savvy chefs fill sandwiches, entree platters, and fresh salad greens with cuts of brisket, ribs, and chicken as guests order, resulting in hot meals fresher than a daisy on laundry day. A flavorful assortment of sides and freshly squeezed lemonade enhances the sensory experience of barbecue feasts, surrounding entrees with verdant slivers of cucumber salad, herb-speckled chunks of potato salad, and scoops of beans glistening in pools of barbecue sauce.