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.
Whiskey is no longer just your grandfather’s drink. In the past several years, Los Angeles has seen the emergence of bars which if not solely dedicated to whiskey drinks, specialize in delicious whiskey cocktails as […]
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.
Los Angeles will have its fair share of Oktoberfest celebrations. From the bigger events held at the Fairplex to more intimate settings at local breweries, each festival has distinctive lagers, event activities and its own vibe. Prost!
Bid adieu to summer by celebrating 7th Annual Sunset Strip Music Festival (SSMF) with these top bands.
Huddle up for college football. Football fans who like to rah rah together can find lots of restaurants and bars throughout Los Angeles to watch their favorite college team.
Mid-City’s 3rd Street area between Fairfax and Robertson offers a number of shops, hotels and restaurants for tourists who’d become engulfed in regular L.A. life instead of perusing the major tourist haunts. On top of […]
Los Angeles boasts many hot spots with great cocktails for a fall evening.
Summers last a bit longer in Los Angeles and so do the celebrations. As travelers return home from vacations, a cool breeze rolls in and summertime rolls out. Suddenly, the locals start to re-emerge. Longing […]
Taking into consideration the atmosphere, the menu, the TVs (of course) and the overall vibe, these sports bars are where you want to be for your favorite pastime.
The greatest DJs are like modern day conductors of a great party, charged with orchestrating the increasingly heightened energy of a crowd with signature techniques that extract the nuanced expressions of musical tempo, beat, and dynamics.
Cool off on hot Los Angeles days and step inside one of many sports bars for libations and big screen TVs to watch the U.S. Open.
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.