Pastry chefs put their signature touch on these desserts giving L.A. many exceptional cheesecake options.
Ring in 2014 with the top spots in LA for New Year’s Eve.
The only thing old about this week is a heated rivalry. New this week is a brand-new Passports to Wine series, a great new restaurant opening, a new season of the Metropolitan Opera, new Santa options, and anew exhibition at the Getty Center. Ready? Let’s go.
This week has plenty to tempt you, with dance lessons and parties, munching some incredibly rare and unique dishes, and a happy hour staycation close to home.
When cool whether rolls around, nothing beats it like the whiskey-inspired hot toddy. It’s a winter favorite that sounds like it came straight from Great Britain and is traditionally made with whiskey and hot water mixed with honey and lemon. Some mixologists get creative with it experimenting with different liquors, sugars and spices while others give it a richer flavor with caramel syrup and tea blends. Whether you like whiskey, brandy or rum, one of these L.A. hot toddy blends will surely keep you warm this winter.
Warm your heart and your other insides during this holiday time with the top five holiday cocktails in LA.
CHAYA Venice, which celebrated its 20-year anniversary last year, is offering a special Dungeness crab menu for two weeks, through November 6.