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Q: Valentines day ( No Answer,   6 Comments )
Subject: Valentines day
Category: Relationships and Society > Romance
Asked by: task27-ga
List Price: $15.00
Posted: 14 Jan 2005 10:39 PST
Expires: 27 Jan 2005 16:56 PST
Question ID: 457226
valentines is coming and i wanna take my girl friend to a nice fancy
romantic resturant that is what she wants also. I need YOUR help to
find me a nice resturant but there is one catch , she wants this
dinner menu.  : Baked potato (her fav),smash potatoes,rice,bread like
dinner rolls,garlic bread,bread sticks, quesadillas with cheese
only,and a desert item sopeapillas. she  wants to be able to eat all
that or most of that but in a nice fancy resturant now i dont know
what nice romantic resturant has this  so thats why im asking for
help. so i want you to find me a list of resturants that are nice with
that dinner menu in glendale,CA or close to it. and give me their
number if reservations are needed and i need directions. Or ways to
get to it from the glendale galleria since thats pretty known. so i
just want the adress of the resturants that u think match with what i
want and phone number . but the key thing is that i want something
close to glendale! ca.

Request for Question Clarification by juggler-ga on 14 Jan 2005 20:49 PST
Would Stoner's Restaurant meet your needs?

I notice that their menu includes baked potatoes and garlic toast...

Let me know if Stoner's would work for you.

Clarification of Question by task27-ga on 15 Jan 2005 20:27 PST
yes it has baked potato but it is it romantic? is it somewhere were u
would take ur girlfriend for a romantic night ??i want a place where i
can pay some mariachis to sing for her so i can let her know that i
truly love her. She also likes flour tortillas i dnt kno if that helps
or not and fruit and orange juice and ice cream thats about the only
things she will eat. sry? plz help! i have to make reservations

Clarification of Question by task27-ga on 15 Jan 2005 20:29 PST
i have added 5 dollars...plz help

Clarification of Question by task27-ga on 20 Jan 2005 20:21 PST
OK just give me a romantic resturant with a good view  thats a mexican
resturant with mariachis where i can pay them to sing a love song to
my girl friend can some one please find me a resturant with that!
THats supa romantic and thats in glendale or l.a. or pasadena !!
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Valentines day
From: steph53-ga on 14 Jan 2005 11:05 PST

You mention baked potatoes, mashed potatoes and rice. 
Most high end restaurants serve the above as well as fresh rolls/ garlic sticks.

What does your girlfriend like as a main course?
EG: steak, lobster, pasta, etc.

A little more information might be useful in order for a researcher to
answer your question.

Steph53 ( not a researcher )
Subject: Re: Valentines day
From: pinkfreud-ga on 14 Jan 2005 11:10 PST
Restaurants that feature quesadillas and sopaipillas (i.e. Mexican
restaurants) may not have baked potatoes and mashed potatoes on the
menu. You may have to choose which menu items are most important; I
really doubt that you will find all the things you've mentioned at a
single restaurant.

Have you considered staying home and preparing all the food yourself?
It would be a lot of work, but your girlfriend would almost certainly
be very pleased that you made the effort.
Subject: Re: Valentines day
From: probonopublico-ga on 14 Jan 2005 11:12 PST
Go to a great restaurant & order takeaways from elsewhere (as
necessary) to satisfy your girl friend's tastes.


(Not a Researcher and never likely to be.)
Subject: Re: Valentines day
From: task27-ga on 14 Jan 2005 14:49 PST
as a main course she likes hmm baked potato? with butter and sour
cream and she also likes fruit..i just wanna take her to a nice
resturant that has at least baked potato and dinner rolls or rice. She
is really looking forward to me taking her out somewhere nice i just
dont know where plz help!!
Subject: Re: Valentines day
From: samuelb-ga on 17 Jan 2005 16:45 PST
I suggest you choose 3 or 4 restaurants in your area that are known
for its romantic environment. Then check their menus and chances are
some of the things your girlfriend wants are already in the menu.
Then, call them or, even better, go directly to the restaurant
(preferrably at a time when the place is not really busy) and explain
your situation to them and what exactly you'd like to order on
Valentine's Day. Maybe they will be willing to help you and make an
exception and get you the exact food you and your girlfriend want. Be
prepared for this special dishes to be way more expensive than usual.

On a separate note, the menu that your girlfriend has chosen is
absolutely unbalanced and not very healthy. It'd be advisable to
include a salad and/or vegetables.
Subject: Re: Valentines day
From: parker_79-ga on 24 Jan 2005 04:27 PST
At the end of the Santa Monica Pier, there's mexican restaurant. They
don't have the best food in the world, but they have a mariachi band
and there are rides on the pier that you and your date can enjoy after
your meal. If good mexican food is what you're looking for, i hear
that there's no better place in LA than Casa Vega in Sherman Oaks. If
a good view is what you want, and the food doesn't have to be mexican,
the Castaways in the Burbank hills would be a nice pick as well. Good

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