Spark Woodfire Grill is located in Beverly Hills, California. It is small and very intimate and has a real cozy and relaxed feel to it. It is not pretentious at all, but is actually popular among the Fox Studios staff and celebrities. We were beat and really just wanted something light to eat after having a full day in Pasadena. We also wanted something low key after living it up at our Mexican Fiesta. Well, we picked the perfect place.
Our server was Aaron, who had a great relaxing, no rush way about him. He was really in tune to us and our needs and really helped us to “veg” out. We also had a nice conversation with him about our day in Pasadena and about the history of Beverly Hills. He also recommended that we take a day trip to Santa Barbara while we were here if we got the chance.
Anyway, Ria just ordered dessert, because she was still full from our Mexican feast a few hours earlier. It was just the right size for her too. Ren and I ordered the Seven Spice Riblets which were awesome. The sauce was fantastic and the meat literally fell off the bone. They were so tender.
Being that we weren’t that hungry (yeah right!), we each ordered the 1/2 pound Kobe beef burger with cheddar cheese and carmelized onions. I ordered mine with slices of avocado as an addition. Well, these burgers were “to die for”. The meat was so fresh and tasty. Coupled with the melted cheddar cheese and totally amazing carmelized onions, they were a very fulfilling treat for our palettes. The avocado really rounded out my cheeseburger. Mmmm good!
We really had a cozy relaxing time at Spark. We just unwound and enjoyed a nice late night meal. Aaron really was a great server as well. What is really great about Spark, is that you can get a really terrific meal at a reasonable price. It was a great value in addition to being delicious.
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