Friday night was Fine Dining at it's best....when I got home from work (late), I was in the mood for some California Cuisine....for real: El Pollo Loco makes a pretty good Chicken Burrito. I sucked it down faster than a coke-head snorts up his stash during a police raid....Tasty!
A good friend called and wanted to come over to show me what his thick 7" cock could do for me hang out. So, we chilled at my pad & after a glass of wine, we decided to head out to see a movie. We were both in the mood to see either Hostel II or 28 Weeks Later, but we got to the theater too late. Option #2 was to walk on over to Tantalum in the Marina Pacifica for some Extremely Gay Tropical drinks. The Pan/Poly- Asian restaurant is visually stunning, beginning with the winding pathway and ending in the Loo. After 10:30 or so, the place becomes a hot spot for the straight folk, with a DJ spinning ambient/trance. The bar is gigantic & snakes around a wall of glass, that looks out onto the Marina. For real: the Calamari that we ordered was Dee-Lish! FYI: calamari really gets me "in the mood" for some reason....If you wanna get me to bed, just feed me your lies about your cock size & net worth calamari, but I digress...
After a couple of drinks (Mojito & Margarita) it was time to put this booty to bed (sigh......alone). If you're ever in Long Beach, check out this hidden gem.
Saturday night I was treated to dinner at Campanile. This has been on my "list of restaurants to eat at before I die". This place was originally built in 1929 by Charlie Chaplin, (to be used as office space) but he lost the building to his wife in the divorce settlement. In the late 80's, the building was outfitted as a restaurant & bakery (La Brea Bakery). The actual restaurant felt & looked like you were actually in a restaurant that was created by adding a (mainly) glass ceiling between the space that separated two buildings. The food was unreal. I had Yellowtail, but it tasted like juicy chicken. The food here is ex-pen-sivo! My plate alone was $28 & let's face it, it was basically fish on top of some chorizo (about 5 small crumbled pieces) and a few carrots. Most plates were north of $30....but I wasn't paying, so I even gave in to dessert....shut up, it was stone fruit with a smidge of raspberry sorbet....FYI, stone fruit is fancy talk for any fruit with a stone looking pit (peach, apricot, nectarine, etc..)
It was L.A. Pride last weekend, so we decided to head on over to WeHo, to look at all of the pretty ones. Our first (& last ) stop was O-Bar. J'adore the O. For a Saturday night, the place was dead....we only stayed for 2 drinks. Apple-Ginger Martini (my fave) & a Peach Martini...after these 2 drinks, a full belly, and 1/2 a bottle of wine in me, it was time to head home....for some under the sheets action y'all...that's right, Daddy got some loving!