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    BOA Steakhouse Launches New Happy Hour Menu on The Sunset Strip

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    BOA, located on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood (they have another location in Santa Monica), has launched new Happy Hour menus.

    Available Monday through Friday in the bar and lounge area from 5 to 6:30pm, diners can get BOA classic dishes and drinks at a reduced price.

    Bar menu dishes include white bean hummus with chips; cheese and charcuterie; oysters; a BOA burger; a smashburger; boneless chicken wings, a mini Wagyu sandwich and a variety of taco choices. Dishes start at $6 and go up to $18.

    Boa Steakhouse West Hollywood

    Drink specials include the bartenders choice, a Luckman Martini with gin or vodka and blue cheese olives, a BOA margarita with tajin and a flaming orange, a rum mojito and the BOA fusion with Tito’s, pineapple and watermelon. All drinks are $10.

    BOA has two locations in Los Angeles, the West Hollywood location is at 9200 Sunset Boulevard and the Santa Monica location is at 101 Santa Monica Boulevard. Other locations include Manhattan Beach and Austin Texas.

    To learn more, visit their website at:

    https://www.boasteak.com/

    About BOA

    Simply put, BOA is unlike any other steakhouse. They reinvented the traditional American steakhouse to fashion a distinctly unique dining experience. That experience is bold, modern and innovative. From the seductively stylish interior to the dry-aged prime steaks, BOA’s vibrant ambiance is as alluring as the cuisine itself. Whether visiting on the Sunset Strip or by the Santa Monica coastline, BOA is an unforgettable experience through and through, focusing on every detail of a guest’s visit, down to their Wine Spectator award-winning wine selection and craft cocktails by in-house mixologists. This dedication to quality and originality makes BOA a favorite among celebrities and Hollywood’s elite as well as our locals and visitors from around the world.

    BOA is part of Innovative Dining Group (IDG). For more than 20 years, IDG has transformed traditional dining concepts to create contemporary, awe-inspiring restaurants. Our mission is to craft elevated dining experiences anchored in innovative cuisine, impeccable style, seductive ambiance and first-class service. It’s the attention to detail that attracts guests – including A-listers and tastemakers from around the world.

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    Shaena Engle
    Shaena Engle
    Shaena Engle is a food, lifestyle and travel writer for a variety of publications, including the Los Angeles Times, Pasadena magazine, AOL, The Daily Meal, The San Diego Union Tribune and PokerPro magazine. She has interviewed top chefs including Lidia Bastianich, Michael Chiarello, Hubert Keller, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Jose Andres, and many others. She has authored three books, The Cheap Bastard’s Guide to Las Vegas (Globe Pequot Press), The Best Places to Kiss in Southern California (Beginning Press, a romantic travel guide) and Silver Linings: Triumphs of The Chronically Ill and Physically Challenged (Prometheus Books).  She is also an amateur magician and often writes on gambling, poker and magical happenings.  She also is a freelance consultant on restaurant, food, travel and hospitality public relations and marketing efforts.

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    Urine town
    Urine town
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    20 days ago

    I like these prices and these offerings I will definitely drop by boa and enjoy this actually all the restaurants to do happy hour for the summer to introduce us to them in case we’ve never been to their restaurant or ever heard of them

    Cy Husain
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    21 days ago

    PLEASE note eating raw oysters is extremely risky with the Epidemiologists’ illnesses of most concern from eating raw or undercooked oysters & clams being Vibrio infection, norovirus infection, and hepatitis A Vibrio’s a flesh eating bacteria with 20% mortality rate with survivors risk necrotizing fasciitis, with over 1,500 US cases of NF annually. From the Cleveland Clinic, symptoms include: reddened/discolored skin, affected tissue swelling, unstable blood flow, blisters with bloody/yellowish fluid, tissue death (necrosis often leading to amputation), low blood pressure, sepsis and, DEATH.

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