Anyone been to Cha Cha Cha for brunch. J.G recommends it:
It is hard to imagine a better introduction to Los
Angeles than brunch on the thatched-roof patio at the
original Cha Cha Cha at the eastern end of Melrose:
strong coffee, suave music and the cooking of Toribio
Prado, the undisputed baron of upscale Caribbean food
in Los Angeles. The noise and the sceniness can be a
little much at dinner, but on Sunday morning, when
locals vastly outnumber screaming Corona bibbers, the
buzz is exactly right. And the chilaquiles are the
best in town. Cha Cha Cha, 656 N. Virgil Ave., Los
Angeles; (323) 664-7723.
Anyways what's a chilaquiles? What's good there? Best table, etc. Also I promise I'll report back if anything is worth reporting. I promise.