When you’re in the mood for adult beverages, conversation and eye candy, these are the places to go.
We can’t be sure who invented the margarita or why, but we can be sure where you can drink the best of them in SoCal.
Because L.A. has such a diverse population, Cinco de Mayo will officially be honored throughout the city. It’s time to check out where the fiestas are being held on May 5th.
These bars serve the best margaritas in Southern California.
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.
Today, tamales are quite the popular food in the Los Angeles restaurant scene with plenty of options using handed-down family recipes.
Christy Vega Fowler, owner/operator of Casa Vega, stopped by KCAL9 Monday to tell viewers about the sugar skulls the restaurant offers to their youngest guests the weekend leading up to November 1!
With the growing desire to eat right, people are trading dinners out with preparing food at home. Restaurants all over LA miss you, so they’ve added lighter fare that makes it effortless to make the right choices.
You do not have to go “over the hill” for a few inexpensive drinks and dishes during happy hour. The Ventura Boulevard strip features several restaurants with specials almost every day of the week.
Cinco de Mayo is on its way and so are the colorful festivities that come along with it.
It’s not too late to grab those great happy hour specials you see splashed on these bar fronts.
There’s usually a line out the door at the popular Mexican restaurant Casa Vega.
Sherman Oaks’ Casa Vega is a family owned restaurant featuring generations-old recipes of delicious Mexican cuisine.