Burger Rating: 3.25 outta 5 I was pretty damn excited to eat here. Head chef Paul Shoemaker, at his defunct Malibu establishment Savory, created The Wolfmother one of the best burgers I've ever had. My sense memory was so strong I instinctually started drooling walking through The Flats doors. PARKING: There is valet on weekends and some metered parking in the neighborhood. Both times I've been to The Flats I've found metered spots. The DECOR is what you'd expect from an L.A.
Burger Rating: 4.8 outta 5 This deserves a bit more than a standard Burger Blog review simply because of the location & circumstances. So here's a little backstory for ya. I grew up in Fullerton, just north of Anaheim, which means Disneyland was pretty much in my backyard. Needless to say, I spent a lot of time there with my friends in middle school and High School cause annual passes used to be affordable for people other than Scrooge McDuck. 'Round then, I'd never heard of
There's plenty of paid adverts major corporations like Disney and Universal dish out to win your tourism dollar. But if you've only got one day, or five, and you're interested in some experiences that locals appreciate, here's my two cents. But in L.A. that two cents may cost you $10, so come prepared. (Note this is not a complete list, and is subject to change or suffer from businesses that come and go - so take my lead, but do your research) PS - I've done everything listed