On Sunday, December 2nd with Figueroa Mountain Brewing Co.
Join City Tavern in Culver City, CA on Sunday, December 2nd at 6 PM for a family-style beer dinner. That’s right family-style. Which means you’ll have to sit next to strangers and actually have a conversation! Take that Los Angeles! Read More
The Ritz-Carlton in Los Angeles, CA recently announced the launch of their new Afternoon Tea series “Tea at the Top”. The events will be held in The Ritz-Carlton’s signature restaurant, WP24 by Wolfgang Puck, presenting themed tea offerings at select times throughout the year, beginning with tea menus inspired by the holiday season. Read More
To the wine newbie, choosing a bottle of wine from the extensive variety available on the grocer’s shelves can be quite an overwhelming and daunting task. So let’s start by introducing one wine at a time, beginning with newcomer Dark Horse Wine. Read More
What better way to commence the holiday season than with a few tasty bites and a whole slew of creative cocktails? Los Angeles Magazine’s second annual Premier Holiday Celebration returns Wednesday, December 5th from 7-9PM to the Miracle Mile. Read More
It’s that time of year again! The holidays. What should be time spent relaxing and cherishing new memories with family and friends is often time spent stressing over mismatched itineraries and prepping that turkey you know you’re more than likely going to burn. With the busy work week ahead of you, why stress in the kitchen? This year, take a load off. We’ve compiled a small list of LA’s options for a stress-free Thanksgiving. Read More
Relatively new to DTLA, The Parish has made quite an impression on our palates – starting with Chef Casey Lane’s breakfast biscuits. For a measly $4 each, guests can enjoy one or all of these freshly baked breakfast goodies as early as 7:30AM. A variety of biscuits are available, from the CHEDDAR, EGG, BACON & AVOCADO to the GRILLED TOMATO & CHEESE to the FRIED CHICKEN, MAPLE & PICKLES – as well as the lone biscuit or biscuits slathered with jam. Read More