From behind the wheel of imposing Lincoln town cars, Cadillac Escalades, and stretch limousines, Mellow Ride Limousine’s seasoned drivers guide refined rides down bumper-to-bumper streets or wide-open roads with professional courtesy. The plush fleet delivers passengers to events and occasions in stylish comfort, containing the wedding party’s infectious excitement on the way to the reception hall or helping families to take theme-park excursions without the hassle of growing a pumpkin and waiting for it to turn into a carriage. Drivers operate throughout a wide service area, delivering fliers to a slew of terminals at LAX, Burbank Airport, John Wayne Airport, and other major area airports.
Hamburger Hamlet has its roots in the original Hamburger Hamlet, an upscale burger joint opened in 1950 by actor Harry Lewis and his wife, Marilyn. Much like the studio system and rampant anti-Communist paranoia of that time, however, that Hamburger Hamlet is no more. In its place is a chain of restaurants that have retained the original's commitment to quality food, A-list service, and morose Act III soliloquies. The new Hamburger Hamlet's menu, overseen by executive chef Tony Zidar, updates much of the original Ham Ham fare while expanding upon the available eats. Still on the roster are burgers with beef, turkey, or veggie patties, such as the all-American classic cheeseburger ($9.95?$10.95) or the avocado-topped Marilyn Burger ($10.50?$10.95), all served with regular, mesquite, or garlic fries. On the new menu, however, are entrees such as a pan-roasted chicken served with spinach and garlic-parmesan fries ($16.95?$17.95), a barbecue meatloaf sandwich with garlic mashed potatoes on its arm ($10.95?$11.95), and a California market salad loaded with nuts, vegetables, chicken, cranberries, and goat cheese ($13.50?$13.95). Chocolateers and fudgeistadors will hit pay dirt with Hamburger Hamlet's ultimate hot-fudge cake ($8.95?$9.95), just one of the several rich desserts offered.
The FAA-certified instructors at Continental Aviation have more than 60 years and 30,000 flight hours of combined experience, which they use to train aspiring aviators. Their fleet of Cessna and Piper aircraft operates out of Van Nuys Airport, hoisting student-teacher teams aloft in pursuit of certifications ranging from private pilot's licenses to instrument ratings, depending on the student's goals. Back on the ground, certified mechanics provide pilots with a wide range of services for personal aircraft, including general repairs and annual inspections that will look for any wear and tear and chart the vehicle's wingspan growth.
The West Coast is home to some of the most beautiful wine country in the world, with rolling vineyards and tasty nectars behind every cork. ALLuxury connects visitors to the land through private tours of these grape havens with wine tastings, cheese and chocolate pairings, and special gifts along the way. Best of all, many luxuries are at your fingertips inside ALLuxury’s limousines and other vehicles that shuttle you from winery to winery in comfort. In addition to Santa Barbara, Temecula, and Napa Valley tours, the company also takes groups to Las Vegas once a year.
Mobility Works maintains a fleet of wheelchair- and scooter-accessible vans to pair families with vehicles that fit their needs. The inventory includes side- and rear-entry models from Toyota, Dodge, Chrysler, Honda, and other manufacturers as well as wheelchair and scooter lifts that can be installed in existing vehicles. Mobility Works' staff of mechanics can also service vehicles to fine-tune a malfunctioning lift or stop radios from playing "Something to Talk About" on repeat.
A little more than 250 miles lie between Los Angeles and Las Vegas—a distance travelers can cross in fewer than five hours on one of LA 2 LV in Style's luxury coaches. Seated in plush reclining seats, passengers can plug into the on-board outlets and surf the web via free WiFi, or they can gaze out the window at the passing scenery while enjoying a complimentary beverage. There's plenty of sights to see en route, from an old-fashioned ghost town to vast desert landscapes studded with cacti and hopeful kids with watering cans.