The Low Down
The Extras: The Maltese, a fresh fruit cocktail martini, changes nightly, but is usually vodka-based and starts at $8.
Where to Sit: The black slatted chairs may be beautiful, but they're desperately uncomfortable. Avoid them if you can.
Know Before You Go: There's no sign, so look out for the valet stand across the street from the Saharan Motel.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
A venture from the owners of Lounge 217 and Pearl Dragon, this hip restaurant is located in a converted Craftsman-style bungalow. A liberal use of lacquered wood, shag carpets and clean-lined booths give the place a Rat Pack-era look,â¦
I was embarrassed in front of my guests
By ikorosec at Gayot
This place used to be one of my favorite places and therefore I have chosen it a few years ago as THE place to host my annual clients appreciation ... Read More
By igork at Menuism
This place used to be one of my favorite places and therefore I have chosen it a few years ago as THE place... Read More
By Shireen R at Insider Pages
Falcon has great indoor and outdoor spaces; the outdoor patio is beautifully lit and has great fireplaces. The American contemporary dishes are ca... Read More
By Jennifer M. at Judy's Book
I recently went to this restaurant/bar/lounge for the first time and it was absolutely gorgeous. The decor is hardwood floors, with leather booths,... Read More