Ultimate Praise For ‘The Stand’

If you’ve read my posts about The Stand (www.thestandlink.com), then you already know about my love for this restaurant and its four – more are on the way – locations in Encino, Century City, Westwood and Woodland Hills.

The restaurant’s success is the result, in my opinion, of several factors: 1. exceptional food, 2. excellent service, 3. affordable prices and 4. a beautiful, iconic setting in which to enjoy all these things. The Woodland Hills restaurant, which is the newest in the lineup, combines all of these elements — and takes the experience to another level. All of the decor – the brown-and-white checkerboard tablecloths, the wall-sized captions about classic American comfort food, the elegantly lit surroundings, everything that makes a restaurant memorable – is there, within a community where families can appreciate a fun evening without breaking the bank. Monday Dollar Dog Nights, a weekly promotion at the other locations in Westwood and Encino, is an incredible deal — as the long lines, which move quickly (always a good sign for the impatient), clearly show. But the Woodland Hills restaurant is The Stand as rock star: famous, beautiful and beloved by thousands.

I visited the Woodland Hills location – I live many, many miles away – because word of mouth testimonials about the place are too significant to ignore. When people rave about a restaurant – and remember: praise is scant in this business because there is too much room for failure – then you have a duty to find out what the proverbial fuss is all about. I did — and you should, too.

Everything about The Stand’s presence in Woodland Hills justifies the praise. My salad was great, the staff extremely courteous and the parking – a must in Los Angeles – convenient. To repeat: the parking rocks!

For the thousands of readers who visit my site each day, I want you to take a moment and visit one of The Stand’s four locations. The menu is extensive, accommodating all tastes. Get there. Now.


About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been followed by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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