The upscale steakhouse chain might not exactly win your heart over with local flavor, but you can’t deny its downtown location as an after-work juggernaut. Why? The Five-Six-Seven menu. Every day from 5-7pm, Flemings puts out a Happy Hour food menu that might be the best in DTLA. The beer situation is a little dire, but if you’re in the mood for $5 wine or cocktails, you’ll be fine. And nothing beats that $8 cheeseburger.
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