Food & Drink in Torrance

All-You-Can-Eat Brazilian Barbecue Dinner with Drinks for Two or Four at By Brazil (42% Off)

By Brazil

Olde Torrance Neighborhood

All-you-can-eat churrasco feast featuring top sirloin, passion fruit-marinated pork loin, and barbecued chicken

$76.98 $45

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$6 for $10 Worth of Hot Beverages — Restful Steep

Restful Steep

Torrance

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$10 $6

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Indian Cuisine at Kabob Curry of India (Up to 48% Off). Two Options Available.

Kabob Curry of India

Torrance

Diners feast upon northern Indian specialties such as lamb biryani, paired with a selection of wines from India and California

$25 $13

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$22 for One Dozen Classic Size Gourmet Cupcakes at Cuppies Delicious Cupcakes ($35.50 Value)

Cuppies Delicious Cupcakes

Torrance

Gourmet cupcakes made from scratch in a wide variety of flavors, including red velvet, carrot cake, vanilla bean, and cherry lime

$35.50 $22

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Bagel Sandwiches or Two Baker's-Dozen Bagels from Lox of Bagels (Up to 54% Off). Two Options Available.

Lox of Bagels

Torrance

Bagel sandwiches stacked with cream cheese, salmon, and red onion; 26 bagel tray ideal for company meetings

$6 $3

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Sandwiches, Pizzas, and Croinuts at Capicola's Gourmet Sandwich Co. (30% Off)

Capicola's Gourmet Sandwich Co.

Torrance

Cafe features hot and cold deli sandwiches, panini, pizza, and soups with wine and beer

$20 $14

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After the Inca Empire fell, waves of Spanish conquistadors, African slaves, Chinese workers, and Italian immigrants settled in Peru. Naturally, the country’s newfound cultural diversity manifested in one particularly noticeable way: the cuisine. Today, potatoes, chili peppers, and corn––as prepared by the Incas––share plate estate with beef, citrus fruits, soy sauce, and pasta to create the rich and unique cuisine found at El Pollo Inka.

Native Peruvians Rosa and Salomon Jaime opened the first El Pollo Inka in 1987, beginning their own culinary empire that today consists of six locations across California and one in Miami. The restaurant’s Peruvian-style chicken rotates on a rotisserie spit for hours to achieve the juiciness and tenderness that makes it the crown jewel of the menu. However, El Pollo Inka’s beef, seafood, and vegetarian dishes also vie for palate popularity with the help of cilantro, onions, tomatoes, and an all-star public relations team. The restaurant also matches bites with sips from a wine list that includes varietals from Chile.

23705 Hawthorne Blvd
Torrance,
CA
US

Originally founded in 1936 in Glendale, California, Big Boy?s flagship location initially bore the name Bob?s Pantry after owner Bob Wian. At a diner?s request, Bob piled two beef patties onto a bun to create the Classic Big Boy?an original double-decker hamburger that would become so popular that the small burger stand would eventually grow into a franchise of more than 100 U.S. locations. Legend has it that Bob named the creation after one of his most loyal customers: a 6-year-old boy in droopy overalls who would one day ascend to mascot stardom.

Though the menu has since expanded to include sandwiches, homestyle dinners, and breakfast, the eatery still serves its namesake burger stacked high with two patties, american cheese, shredded lettuce, and a special sauce. A large, overall-clad statue stands guard at every location, reminding patrons of the restaurant?s humble beginnings and that children will turn to stone should they not eat enough cheeseburgers.

24021 Hawthorne Blvd
Torrance,
CA
US

"If you succeed, it will change your lives." Accountant Afram Nimeh uttered those words to his two sons in 1993 after investing the last of his savings into a failing restaurant. Though he passed away the following year, his sons?Joseph and Steven?carried on his legacy, Chicken Dijon Rotisserie & Grill. Today, they have expanded the family franchise to five locations, where customers gather to sample casual, healthy Mediterranean cuisine without having to build their own private jets. The kitchen staff efficiently assembles gyro and chicken platters flanked by sides such as rice pilaf, mediterranean potato salad, and stuffed grape leaves, as well as sandwiches topped with chicken, sliced gyro meat, or falafel.

3556 Torrance Blvd.
Torrance,
CA
US

Property Location
Located in Torrance, Holiday Inn Torrance is in the business district and close to Home Depot Center and Hustler Casino. This family-friendly hotel is within the vicinity of Vincent Park and Rancho Los Cerritos Historic Area.

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 330 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators. Satellite programming and video-game consoles are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include safes and desks, and you can also request rollaway/extra beds.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
DonÂ’t miss out on the many recreational opportunities, including an outdoor pool, a spa tub, and a sauna.

Dining
Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Breakfast is available for a fee.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, audiovisual equipment, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference/meeting rooms, small meeting rooms, and a ballroom. Free parking is available onsite.

19800 S Vermont Ave
Torrance,
CA
US

Amid a shopping center adorned in rustic white plaster and wood accents, Alpine Village Restaurant welcomes visitors to lively banquets of hearty German fare, frosty brews, and umlaut-heavy revelry. Guests gather under the restaurant's timbered eaves to sip samples of 15 frothy European beers on draft and munch on tasty brats, salads, and schnitzels while soaking up live music or matches of UEAF soccer. In addition to its festive eatery, the village draws in huge crowds for Southern California's largest Oktoberfest, a traditional Bavarian celebration replete with imported oom-pah bands, a 32,000-square-foot beer tent, and kitting circles churning out traditional beer cozies for the Oktoberfest fairy.

833 Torrance Blvd
Torrance,
CA
US

The state-licensed certificate courses at Pacific Bartending School provide students with the skills and the resources needed to work behind a bar, regardless of their previous knowledge or experience. In addition to learning how to pour drinks and accessorize them with garnishes or handbags, attendees will study roughly 150 basic cocktail recipes as well as the defining flavors and characteristics of the liquors and liqueurs used to make them. Instructors use audio-visual technology to supplement their lessons, and they keep class sizes small to guarantee every student their own workstation to practice at. Afterward, graduates may attend any of the school's complimentary refresher courses or seek assistance with job placement and resumè writing.

18010 Crenshaw Blvd
Torrance,
CA
US

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