In business, as in life, it's best to stick with what you know, which is why your plan to outfit mothers' basements with sick Murphy beds cannot f-ing miss. For food from a couple of guys who know food like you know semi-furnished bottom floors, hit KORAL Bar & Kitchen.
Opening inside the Hyatt Regency, KORAL is helmed by the dudes behind nearby, also-caps-locked PEARL, who've created an unpretentious interior (distressed leather chairs and found-wood furnishings) to complement the regional American eats on their "approachable menu", also a safety school for girls unprepared for the University of Totally Hot Guys Who Pretend Not To Be Interested In Anything. Said menu features small plates like Honolulu poke-style tuna crudo; pork & vegetable potstickers w/ black vinegar sauce; and a selection of Special Sliders, hopefully including that two-parter in season three where the writers tried even harder than usual to make you think Jerry O'Connell might not make it back through the wormhole. Bigger plates range from
45lbs to those 100lb ones you only see on leg press machines the Kitchen Burger w/ "serious goo factor" & rosemary sea salt fries, to Wagyu flat-iron steak frites w/ foie gras butter, to malt vinegar tartar sauce'd fish & chips that're "arguably the world’s best" (Quick, call Stamos).
Wash down the best fish & chips in the world with drink options like the Laphroaig 10-based Smoke & Flowers, which actually tastes like it sounds, then save room for dessert like milk & baked to order cookies, and the Foster Special -- a blend of mocha ice cream and brandy so damn rich, it probably can afford its own Murphy bed-filled basement.