Added 13 August, 2013
Ray’s & Stark Bar, in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, is known for their stunts, like Staff Meal Mondays, when patrons are invited to eat the same slop the servers and kitchen staff get. But their extensive water menu is the apex of a trend in parched LA that takes bottled water very seriously. Vichy Catalan, for example, "rises from a very unique 140-degree F hot spring in Girona, in the Catalan region of Spain. The TDS level in this water is simply mind-blowing. At a staggering 3,052 milligrams per liter, you are certain to get a full dose of several key minerals including Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Bicarbonate, Fluoride and Silica. At these levels of content, carbonation comes at high pressure so be careful opening."