On Sunday evening, Brett and I drove up to LA to go to dinner with two of our dearest friends, and we were all in the mood to try a new place. My friend Courtney had heard of The Church Key, and we decided to give it a shot! Courtney certainly knows how to pick a restaurant: we were all in love with the decor from the moment we walked in, and the food was some of the best I've ever had. I was crazy about the industrial chic vibe, with exposed brick walls, insanely gorgeous chandeliers, and mismatched mid-century modern chairs and silverware. The cocktail menu featured some of the most unique recipes I've ever seen, and each beverage we ordered was delightful! The food was fantastic, featuring "modern American-style" small plates to share with the table, and to add a little bit of extra fun, dim sum carts (they were actually bar carts and Pan-Am beverage service carts!) were constantly being rolled around from which guests can select additional items. All in all, it was a fantastic dining experience, and I'd highly recommend checking it out if you're ever in the area!