Best Bar restaurants nearby. Discover the best Bar food in Bellflower. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Bar restaurants near you.. Bellflower is a city located in southeast Los Angeles County, California, in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. It was founded in 1906 and incorporated on September 3, 1957. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 76,616, up from 72,878 at the 2000 census. As of the 2010 census, Bellflower is the 25th most densely populated city in the United States, of cities over 50,000 residents (and 8th most densely populated in California).
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4 based on 30 reviews
So this is a fun, well decorated Mexican restaurant within walking distance of the Los Cerritos mall. You will find all the usual suspects on the menu plus so interesting seafood items on there too. The food is pretty good and the service is good too. So why no 4 star I hear you ask!Well the answer is value for money is a big factor on the restaurant rating system and Frida has missed the marker on pricing at over $50 per head with only 1 drink ordered and the rest were sodaâs, doesnât seem quite right.
As long as you know that going in, you will have a great time. They also have shuffle board and darts.
4 based on 60 reviews
I moved away from California 2 years ago and always liked BJ's food. This was no exception. Food is terrific. I love the Jambalaya. It's one of my favorite things to eat. What i don't miss is how slow the service can be.That is the thing they need to fix. You sit there way longer than you should to get your food. I still keep going because the food is so good just want them to fix the slow service.
4 based on 71 reviews
Relaxed, lodge-chic chain serving global comfort fare, including stir-fries, pot roast & pastas.
Five of us had a long dinner, not because of the service (that was EXCELLENT) but because we talked so much and ordered a lot. The best part was at the end when we ordered an apple huckleberry pie and it was heavy on the apples and very light on the huckleberries. I teased the waitress that her tip would be based on how many huckleberries we found, and at the end, she came out with a little dish of huckleberries that she found on her search in the freezer! Cutest thing ever. I even gave her a hug upon departure. The food was very good, the atmosphere was great, getting to know our new friends in such a place was a wonderful, but our waitress was a pure delight. I wish I could remember her name. Nakeene or Nikaa or some unusual name. Two syllables I know.
4 based on 96 reviews
Not too bad actually. Food is the classic comfort food from many casual restaurants, but here everything it's just better. Being surrounded by dog pictures is a bit odd, but not comfortable at any moments.
4 based on 204 reviews
CERRITOS RESTAURANT: DINING, CATERING, TAKE-OUT AND GIFT CARDS Superb Food at Great Prices! Wood Ranch's Award-Winning Cerritos restaurant features a menu of highly praised, signature dishes such as: Premium American Baby Back Pork Ribs, Certified Angus B
Everything we ordered was excellent with the exception of the peach cobbler. Especially liked the mashed sweet potatoes. We had a friendly greeting and a very good waiter. Nice big booth which we requested. This restaurant is actually quiet, which is rare these days. Wish it was closer to home.
4 based on 113 reviews
Followed the reviews of Fronk's on Yelp! and found a delightful, open late-nite, sociable place to grab a bite to eat after the Mannheim Steamroller Christmas concert at the Cerritos Center on Friday 12/28/18. As first-timers here, we had a very good experience.We arrived around 10:40pm. to the sound of a terrible Karoake performer, and chose to eat outside on the patio, even though it was about 63F. We were seated next to a propane tower heater which made the choice just fine. Service was prompt. We were greeted by Maria, a very personable young lady, who immediately offered water or our choice of beverage. Having heard about the colossal onion rings, we opted for a full order while we looked through the diverse menu. Plenty of things here for most folks . . . burgers and other beef & pork items, salads, seafood. Onion rings arrived in about 10 minutes.I settled on the Philly Pig burger with a side of the smoked sausage chili, while my wife ordered the chicken strips appetizer and a house salad. We had managed our way through most of the onion rings when our meal arrived. There were seven chicken tenders perfectly done -- moist and not 0overcooked -- with a sampling of four dipping sauces, and the salad was full of fresh greens, grape tomatoes, corn kernels, roasted peppers, cheese, and topped with some tortilla strips. The burger was beautiful to look at. Very light, almost crispy bun. The burger patty was grilled precisely to medium as ordered. The pulled pork was a very generous serving, probably 2-3 ounces . . . the only problem was that it had been poorly placed before leaving the kitchen, and about half of it wasn't even under the bun, so most of it fell onto my plate when I picked up the burger for the first bite, which meant that I really didn't get any of the pulled pork with the burger on that first try. I might have understood that as an accident if the place had been more busy, but I think it was just random poor workmanship. I would try it again, believing it would be a bit more satisfying if properly assembled. However, there are a number of other burgers that I would also like to try here, so it might be a while before I handle another Philly Pig. Overall, we had a very good experience, and will surely return, perhaps with some friends. They have a Sunday AYCE Brunch from 10-2 at about $22 per person which sounds inviting, and we may give it a try one week after church. I've rated Fronk's 5 stars, but would have knocked a half-star off for the poor presentation of my burger. It's definitely worthy of all the top reviews.
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