In the sprawling property housing Posch, a series of labyrinthine rooms is themed by way of paint and color-matched furniture. A red lounge has low lighting, couches and coffee tables. A wine room showcases leather and wood. Those who visit typically choose the latter. It's the most hospitable area save for the bar. But anywhere you sit, your cocktails will be delivered by a statuesque blonde in a slinky, figure-hugging, black minidress-a strutting caricature of sex, legs and double-D cleavage. If you're there for dinner, get the Chilean sea bass. If you're there for drinks, ask for the sumac-soured Kobe beef egg rolls.
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Thursday, September 6, 2012 at 4:30 a.m. by Matt Oliver
In all instances of a successful double team, two rules apply: 1) The members have to have different personalities, and 2) The combination of their last names has to have a ring to it. If that's the case, DJs Daniel Minaya and Shane...
Thursday, July 28, 2011 at 4:30 a.m. by Edwin Goei
Restaurateurs, please stop using The Real Housewives of Orange County as a marketing tool. Posch—the restaurant that marks the return of Jimmy "Z" Parvin of Forty Carrots, Garden Bistro and Jimmy Z Grill—does exactly thi...