Making your way down the dark desolate street, you find the shoddy apartment building on the left. The dingy alleys and the too quiet street makes you think you were given the wrong directions.
After spotting the valet and walking around the building to the back, through the parking structure, you spot Blue Velvet.Suddenly, things change.
The glass doors are clean and spotless.The good looking staff bustles around the flawless restaurant.On the pristine deck, the immaculate pool overlooks the sparking city lights. Looking suddenly like South Beach, Blue Velvet is high end, but friendly LA dining at its best. The decor is both warm and comfortable and sleek and modern at the same time. You have never seen a drink list as delectable; featuring the blue velvet margarita and a soft, mellow peach martini. The bar menu features a thin, light flat bread with choice of toppings. The dinner menu is eclectic and creative, thanks to an inventive chef.Try the falafel or lamb for a Mediterranean spread, or attempt the very reasonable three course prix fix menu. If the restaurant doesn’t suit you, don’t worry…at least you can score a green card or crack fix around the block.