Playing host to some of music’s top acts, we take a deeper look to give you a rundown of the best shows coming to LA in the next few months.
Each restaurant and bar that serves local beer owns the philosophy of supporting local brewers. Check out these five hangouts for a tasty pint of California.
Don’t let turning a year older get you down; instead party down at one of the Southland’s best birthday bars!
Halloween isn’t just for kids; and these events will give you some adults-only options for celebrating this All Hallows’ Eve.
Here are five of the best piano bars available and open to all in the City of Angels.
For years, the area on Melrose Ave. between La Brea and Fairfax have been the home of the best watering holes in Los Angeles. As time went on, some have come and gone but from […]
Once a family-heavy neighborhood mainly filled with average takeout joints, novelty shops and various dry cleaning institutions, Sherman Oaks has turned into a main San Fernando Valley hub.
In Los Angeles, most people are working to make it big in show business. In fact, our bars, restaurants and street corners are filled with performers hoping for their big break. Our great city is […]
While the rest of the country is ordering hot toddys, Los Angelenos can check out these top five places for sangria.
Bob Gail Special Events president and CEO Bob Levine provides valuable pointers on how to help make your Halloween party in LA characteristic, safe and memorable.
Here are five top bar and restaurant picks from the San Fernando valley to Downtown L.A. for Thursday night football viewing.
Want the world to know you two are tight as Batman and Robin? Check out these dynamic duo, Halloween twosomes.
Bar Training and Beverage Director for Rock & Brews, Anthony Games is a true “Beer Guy.” Here he selects five of the best beers to try this fall.
There comes a time in every person’s life when you get a craving for something … sweet. Something dark, something daring, something decade.
Back in the days of Prohibition, bars were secret and underground. Although alcohol is legal again and we can all drink freely, it’s still a little thrilling to visit places that are somewhat hidden from public view or have an exclusive theme.
Onstage during “The GRAMMY Nominations Concert Live! Countdown to Music’s Biggest Night” at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on November 30, 2011 in Los Angeles, California.