Filed underOut And About LA
By Nicole Cormier
Sometimes the perfect date consists of a low-key evening with the one you love or a new flame. Enjoying one another’s company while partaking in a perfectly paired craft beer and meal can create the perfect care free ambiance.
Father’s Office in Los Angeles boasts 36 seasonal rotating brews and award-winning food, all in a laid back, yet exquisitely swanky atmosphere. Burger lovers must try the Father’s Office Burger, served with caramelized onion, bacon, gruyere cheese and arugulais (it’s even better with the sweet potato fries!) When ordering, keep in mind the restaurant does not allow substitutions or any alterations to the menu, so if you have food allergies or strongly dislike certain ingredients, examine your choice closely.
Beer lovers will love ogling the brew menu –– the list is unimaginably long and includes everything malty and hoppy brews to spicy and fruity craft beers (most of which are on tap!) And dessert and beer lovers will appreciate the chance to combine their two foodie passions with a beer float, which pairs seasonal beers with homemade ice cream.
A date at Father’s Office is not for those looking for a quiet, upscale dining experience, but it’s perfect for young couples that enjoy good company, great beer and equally delicious food. This is the perfect way to bond with a special somebody.
Make the trek to Father’s Office in a 2013 C250 Coupe from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. The class and performance of a luxury vehicle will ooze romance, even if the destination doesn’t. There’s no better way to ensure a second (or third) date than by riding in a Mercedes-Benz.
Nicole Cormier has a large and diverse family that lives all over the country, and has had the opportunity to see every state in the union while visiting them. As a freelance writer and editor she has the freedom to experience the world and partake in her beloved passions all while writing about it.
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