Friday, December 4, 2015

12/04 CHEF MARK KALENDERIAN, THE BICYCLE CLUB HOTEL AND CASINO, SUSAN ZIRINSKY, 48 HOURS, STEVE EVANS

CHEF MARK KALENDERIAN – THE BICYCLE CLUB HOTEL AND CASINO 

THE FUTURE OF LUXURY RESORT GAMING IN LOS ANGELES ARRIVES WITH THE BICYCLE HOTEL & CASINO, DECMBER 1, 2015

Seven-Story Boutique Property to Open with 99 Guestrooms & Suites, an Elevated Pool Deck with Private Cabanas, VIP Gaming, and Innovative Dining with ‘The Bike Brewery’

Southern California's finest, The Bicycle Hotel & Casino is an oasis of state-of-the-art amenities and timeless luxury. A place where even a casual player can feel like a tuxedo-clad high roller.

From the pampering elegance of the guest rooms, to the glitz and glamour of the LA nightlife, to the high-stakes gaming and edge-of-your-seat action, every detail is designed to help you escape the ordinary. So try the chef's recommendation, and unwind with a glass of fine wine at a world-class spa. Or try your hand at an exciting new poker game. Whatever you choose to do, extraordinary awaits you at The Bike.

DINING OPTIONS:
BIKE BREWERY - Dive into the pub fare and variety of beers on tap at Bike Brewery, our lively sports bar and grill featuring a wide variety of delicious draft and craft beer selections. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

PHOENIX CAFÉ - Explore the innovative options at Phoenix Fusion Café, our quick-serve Asian bistro, serving up noodles, soups, rice, entrées, desserts, and assorted exotic teas.

PLAZA BAR - This is more than a bar. This is an experience. The moment you enter The Bicycle Hotel & Casino's Plaza Bar, you're transported to an intimate setting where you can sip signature cocktails while you drink in a sophisticated ambience. Add in swanky leather seats and skilled bartenders, and the Plaza Bar will have you toasting to an unforgettable night.

LEGENDS CAFÉ & DELI - If you're looking for foodie-inspired cuisine in a relaxing and casual setting, you've come to right place. Whether you're in the mood for gourmet salads, made-to-order sandwiches, Asian, or authentic Mexican street tacos, The Bicycle Hotel & Casino's Legends Cafe & Deli will please even the most discerning palate. And for those with a discerning sweet tooth, try one of our decadent desserts, including handmade pastries from our on-site pastry chef.

COFFEE BAKERY HOUSE - Try the delicious treats from our Coffee House, which offers fresh-brewed Starbucks® coffee and a variety of freshly prepared sandwiches, salads and scrumptious desserts baked daily by our team of skilled pastry chefs for your delight.

24-HOUR SNACK BAR - Drop by the quick-service Snack Bar anytime. Open 24 hours, you can get a fresh-made warm bite on the go, plus choose from a delectable selection of fresh-made sandwiches, salads, soft drinks, juices, and draft beer.

ENTERTAINMENT:
Of course the hottest place to be in LA has the biggest parties around. The Bicycle Hotel & Casino is host to a variety of exciting and entertaining events to dazzle you and your friends all year round. Whether it’s a Guys Night Out with KROQ's The Kevin & Bean Show, a live music concert or a viewing of a championship boxing match, The Bike is the perfect place for a fun and thrilling evening out.

WWW.THEBIKE.COM


SUSAN ZIRINSKY – EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, 48 HOURS 

ALL NEW | SATURDAY, DEC. 5 | 10 P.M. ET/PT

Sneak peek: Dear Savanna

She eluded the FBI for two decades, but she couldn't outrun her past. In a first-ever interview, a mom speaks out to "48 Hours" about taking her child abroad. Correspondent Maureen Maher has the story Saturday, Dec. 5 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.

WWW.CBSNEWS.COM/48-HOURS


STEVE EVANS – THE MOVIE GUY

GREAT MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND AND BOX OFFICE PREDICTIONS AND HOPES. FIND OUT WHAT MOVIES ARE WORTH YOUR HARD EARNED MONEY. GET SET FOR THE WEEKEND.

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