For example, if you and some friends are looking to catch up over some tea, The Peninsula hotel has you covered. There you will receive traditional tea options mixed with finger sandwiches and pastries. For an added experience, be sure to dress a little fancy and enjoy the full treatment.
For even more tea options, visit Eater LA’s “10 Posh Places for Afternoon Tea in Los Angeles” (http://la.eater.com/maps/10-best-restaurants-afternoon-tea-los-angeles-map-guide) and for any restaurant insurance questions, contact TMIB at 310-828-9662.
With summer around the corner, Angelenos prepare for warmer, longer days and barbeques. Want to spice up your hamburgers this summer? There are hundreds of regional burger recipes from across the US, each with a special history and a unique taste and texture. Below are four of the most heralded regional burger recipes, compiled by Tegner-Miller Insurance Brokers.
1. The Guberburger: One of the strangest and most unique regional burgers is the so-called “guberburger” from Sedalia, Missouri. This concoction calls for an ordinary burger topped with a dollop of peanut butter and some miracle whip.
2. The Pastrami Burger: While first produced in Salt Lake City, this burger has caught on nationally, and with good reason. This burger incorporates a normal burger patty with delicious, high-quality deli pastrami.
3. The Butterburger: This delicious (if less-than-healthy) burger hails from the state of Wisconsin, where dairy is king. To make your own butterburger, slather your uncooked patty in butter, grill it, and then add more butter. Enjoy these heart attack-on-a-bun responsibly!
4. The Garbage Burger: The garbage burger originated somewhere in the Southeast, where a cook decided to cover a perfectly good burger with everything he could find in the kitchen. You can make your very own burger by adding any topping of your choice. Ice cream, potato chips, apples; who knows, you could create the next great regional hamburger!
TMIB hopes you enjoy National Hamburger Day!
Everyone has their favorite hometown bar, but which bar is truly the best in America? While there isn’t a truly scientific way to figure it out, MSN has assembled a list of the 150 best bars in America that includes a little comment about what makes each bar so special.
For their entire list of the “150 Best Bars in America” visit MSN (http://www.msn.com/en-us/foodanddrink/cocktails/150-best-bars-in-america-2015/ss-AAbwYVz?ocid=iehp#image=1) and for any questions regarding liquor liability insurance, contact TMIB at 310-828-9662.
Tegner-Miller client Dustin Lancaster, owner of “An Eastside Establishment, Inc.”, has recently opened his newest venture, Hotel Covell at 4628 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles 90027. This All-Suites hotel is located above Dustin’s popular Bar Covell and Sidebar in the Los Feliz area of Hollywood.
The hotel joins his portfolio of hospitality venues which include, L & E Oyster Bar in Silver Lake; El Condor Mexican Restaurant on Sunset Blvd. in Silver Lake; as well as Hermosillo Club and Highland Park Brewery on York Blvd. in Highland Park.
In addition, Dustin has recently opened his newest wine bar, Augustine located at 13456 Ventura Blvd. in Sherman Oaks.
We want to congratulate Dustin on his latest venture and encourage clients of TMIB to enjoy the ambiance of Dustin’s wine bars, restaurants and hotel in the near future.