Golden Road Brewing, same craft beer quality now available in cans

Starting January 15 in L.A.

Say goodbye to the watered down beers[crap] in cans and hello to craft brews. Starting January 15, Golden Road Brewing‘s top sellers, Golden Road Hefeweizen and Point the Way IPA, will be available in 16 ounce pint cans, also available in six packs, at your local Whole Foods Markets and a select number of specialty retail shops in the greater Los Angeles area.

Changing the way Angelenos consume local beers, Golden Road Brewing is increasing the accessibility of craft beers while maintaining their beers’ quality and addressing environmental concerns. With these opaque and hermetically sealed cans, the beer quality and taste is protected from both sunlight and oxygen. Golden Road Brewing’s distinctively canned craft beers will also be easy to find as they are decked out with photography by a local artist.

News

Virgin America serving food you’d actually want to eat

'New Year's Resolution' menu is available through March 2012

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Airplane food is notorious for having that disgusting reputation, but that’s all going to change with Virgin America‘s new approach. A new focus with menu options including local fruits and vegetables, premium meats and artisan breads reflects on “I’d rather not eat crappy food” movement. With a seasonal menu offering more locally sourced options, Virgin America is listening to your palates. Their inflight menu offers cage-free eggs and lighter options like Asian Vegetable Salad and a Chickpea Salad Wrap. Read More

Travel

Top 5 list of 2012 travel locations in the world

From Andrew Zimmern, Samantha Brown, Pauline Frommer and Patricia Schultz

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If you have travel plans for 2012, you might want to change them after reading these recommendations from L.A. Travel & Adventure Show‘s, happening this weekend at the Long Beach Convention Center, star guests. Check out the lists from Andrew Zimmern, Samantha Brown, Pauline Frommer and Patricia Schultz. Read More

TV

Kitchen Nightmares now casting for next season

In Los Angeles, Boston, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and New York

Does your restaurant suck? Do you know a restaurant that sucks? Then you need to get Ramsay’s ass in there for the new season of Kitchen Nightmares. Say what you want about Gordon Ramsay, but you have to admit that those restaurants he goes into at least look a lot better after he leaves.

If you or a loved one are in need of a revamp and an emotional beat-down, Kitchen Nightmares is now casting in Los Angeles, Boston, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and New York. So give them a call at 310-313-9100, or email KitchenNightmares@theconlincompany.com. Only you can make that first step towards change.

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Foie Gras to be served ’til the end at Palio D’Asti

Ban taking place in July

With the ban taking place in July, 2012, diners are feeling an urgency in creating some final memories of the fattened liver. Palio D’Asti in the Financial District will be holding the fort until the ban finally goes into effect. Foie Gras can be added in any of their a la carte lunch or dinner entrees for $10. If this sounds good to you, Slow Roasted Muscovy Duck Leg and Seared Sonoma Foie Gras with Savoy Cabbage, get it while the Foie Gras is still on the menu. 640 Sacramento St. San Francisco, CA 94111. 415-395-9800.

Photography provided by Palio D’Asti