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El Chevere | Dec 30, 200107:09 PM     3

Had the opportunity to go to Dan Tana's for the first time. Excellent restaurant, "homey" and comfortable atmosphere, fun staff, and great food. As an ex-East Coaster I must admit I have not found 1 decent steakhouse in So. California in my 16 years living here (please, I am not a fan of the franchised steakhouses such as Ruth's Chris or Morton's--which I consider to be inconsistent, overhyped, high end McDonald's). Finally, I found a great steak at Dan Tana's--I had the 16 ounce Dabney Coleman cut and it had flavor and was cooked perfectly. The Italian dishes are outstanding as well...a friend of mine ordered a great veal parmigianna that was enormous and tasty. You can even hang out at the bar with the 'regulars' and they will serve you dinner there if you prefer or if you are dining alone. Excellent place that I will definitely go back to.

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