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By Deb Flomberg
Do you have a special occasion coming up? A birthday or an anniversary? Or maybe a romantic date? Really, any reason to splurge a bit on yourself and enjoy the taste of luxury? Then consider a trip to Southern California’s only five star and AAA five diamond restaurant; the Addison at the Grand del Mar. You’ll find an experience unlike any other, with the taste of true luxury, perfect for a special evening with someone you really want to pamper.
Executive Chef and Director William Bradley is a Grand Chef from Relais and Chateaux, one of only 160 chefs to hold the exclusive title, and he very specially crafts a fine dining experience that is sure to be truly memorable. The evening is paced very specifically, course by course, where you are encouraged to stay and make an evening out of your trip to the Addison. This certainly isn’t a restaurant where you’ll be hurried out as soon as you put your fork down.
The menu comes in four, seven or 10 course options, allowing the Chef’s creativity to shine through, and provide an exceptional culinary experience. The menu changes often, and is always incorporating the most fresh and seasonal foods, so you’ll want to return again and again. Or try visiting for cocktail hour, and linger over vintage cocktails and small plates with samples of all the amazing cuisine. No matter how you choose to dine, you’ll enjoy each delicious moment of your visit to the Addison.
And what is the best way to visit a truly exceptional restaurant like the Addison at the Grand del Mar? By driving there in your E350 Luxury Sedan from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. What better way to enjoy luxury than to start the minute you step foot into your beautiful Mercedes. Its the perfect complement to a night at the only five star and five diamond restaurant in Southern California.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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