Merv Griffin Entertainment 130 El Camino Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90212 Merv Griffin Entertainment, founded by the late Merv Griffin, is a well-known and respected production company that…More focuses on game shows and reality television, such as One in a Million, Word for Word and Dance Fever. The company also produces films, mainly for television, which include The Osmonds, The Christmas List and Murder at the Cannes Film Festival. There is plenty of free and metered parking around the production offices, which are now run by Roy Bank.
Porterhouse Bistro 8635 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA90211 The Porterhouse Bistro aims to redefine the American steakhouse experience by offering laid-back service and lower…More prices for quality steaks. Open for dinner only, the restaurant offers a simple menu of appetizers, soups, salads, entrées and desserts. The main attraction here is the steak selection, which includes 40-oz and 24-oz porterhouses, T-bones, New York strips, filets mignons and flat-iron steaks. Other entrees include a rack of lamb, fish, shrimp, and grilled or fried chicken. If you're not in the mood for meat, a ravioli of the day and vegetarian plate are available. Saturday nights here feature an interactive murder mystery show for a unique and memorable dining experience. Private parties of 40 or more can be accommodated at lunchtime any day of the week.
This is the business office and creative studio for Liquid Generation, an entertainment production company that makes…More video/DVD and Internet projects. It flaunts such items as cartoons, videos, games and online pranks. It must be a fun environment to work in because the CEO of the company goes by the name Tyrese, the Imperial Warlord. The creative director is Monkey, and the head writer for the group is Slippy Jenkins. Some of the games created by Liquid Generation are "Whose Boobs?" and "Sex Scene, or Murder Scene?" Some of the videos its web page shows are: "Unbelievable Cheerleader Accidents" "Otters Learning to Swim" and "Heidi Klum is on Fire."
This is the business office of Traney Tulchin, a lawyer who represents clients in the film industry. Tulchin has more…More than 20 years' experience preparing contracts and offering legal advice for film directors, actors, writers and other personnel working in the film industry. Some of the films associated with his firm are Chicks, Man, American Yearbook and Dolly Dearest, a horror film about a life-like murdering doll. It was written and directed by Maria Lease, a client of Tulchin.