Liberace Steakhouse draws rave reviews before the doors even open

Passers by at the original Monrovia, California townsite, at 601 Myrle Ave. at Colorado Blvd, aren’t the only ones noticing that Liberace has taken up residence.

For months the scenic, high-foot traffic, historic old town Monrovia, on Route 66, has seen visitors stopping to peer in the windows of the largest restaurant, quietly waiting to open. The local press has noticed too. They won’t be waiting long now.

We congratulate our national licensee, Consul Aner Iglesias and his design consultant Paulina Biggs Sparkuhl, for grabbing the spotlight before the red carpet even rolls out.

Consul Iglesias has been the premier sponsor of the Liberace Foundation for the Performing and Creative Arts, for the past decade. We can not thank him enough for his generosity and his faith in the Liberace brand in making this tremendous investment.

Polish up your bling. It’s almost to time to step out again.

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