Without steak, most Americans wouldn’t be able to justify owning such terrifyingly sharp steak knives, much less an entire rack of steak guns. Today's deal gives you a chance to use them. For $20, you get $40 worth of steaks, drinks, and more at Buggy Whip in Westchester.
Dark wood interiors and pleasant music from the centerpiece pianist surround eaters at Buggy Whip's comfy surf-and-turf dining den. The extensive menu offers a host of nourishments. Start by diving for fruits of the sea like the fresh oysters ($12.95 for eight) or smoked salmon ($12.95) before departing on a more filling journey by sailing a canoe of roast beef through a tasty rivulet of au jus ($29.95–$36.95). Buggy Whip's famous Green Goddess dressing adds a divine touch to their crisp salads, which sidekick giant entrée platters, such as the apple sauce-adorned jumbo pork chops ($26.95) and gargantuan slab of the juicy 20- to 22-ounce Delmonico bone-in sirloin steak ($29.95). Nautical tongue travelers can survey Davy Jones's meat locker for marine meals like the Alaska halibut ($26.95) or the scampi butter-soaked, sautéed calamari steak ($21.95).
The cozy, lounging feel of an old-fashioned lodge populates Buggy Whip's interiors, decked with dark woods, curvy booths, and lamp lighting. Kick back and enjoy the beefy tones from the piano player Wednesday through Saturday evening as the friendly, attentive server squadron quickly furnishes your platters and potables.
Los Angeles magazine recommends Buggy Whip, and named it one of the Best Piano Bars in the city in 2008. Eight OpenTable users give it 3.6 stars on average, Yelpers give it three, and Citysearchers give it 3.5. Zagat members give Buggy Whip's food an 18.
- Leather booths, seasoned waiters, and a piano player crooning “My Way” make this throwback so retro it’s now. Cuisine is served in Elizabethan portions: steak, lobster, pork chops with applesauce, and a roast beef platter that would make Fred Flintstone flinch. Get your iceberg wedge with a dollop of green goddess. – Los Angeles
- Hidden Gem in the middle of "nowhere." Feels like a cozy northeastern den in the middle of winter with a blazing fireplace and meat that tastes like it was just hunted. – KristinaE0617, Zagat
7420 La Tijera Blvd.
Westchester, California 90045Get Directions