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Gratafy, a new App which recently launched in Los Angeles, allows users to send friends, clients, and coworkers actual drinks, dinner, desserts and a whole lot more from anywhere, anytime.
Sarah Auerswald and Yvonne Condes, the founders of MomsLA.com, stopped by KCAL9 Friday to discuss how to make family-friendly after school dinner in 18 minutes or less!
Betty White wants to take you out to dinner – as long as it’s not a steakhouse.
La Casa Garcia Restaurant and We Give Thanks, Inc. provided 15,000 free Thanksgiving dinners to those in need in Orange County Thursday.
Anaheim restaurant owner Frank Garcia is teaming up with thousands of volunteers to serve as many as 15,000 people at the 26th annual “We Give Thanks” Thanksgiving dinner.
Talk about a brazen home invasion.
George Clooney had a few friends over for dinner in his backyard Thursday night, including President Barack Obama, and raised $15 million the president’s re-election campaign.
Food preparations began early Friday morning for the Los Angeles Mission’s annual Easter Event at the Los Angeles Mission.
If you enjoy a beautiful brunch or evening dinner out on the town, there are a number of restaurants across the city with menus specific to the occasion.
Steve Bridges, 48, is best known for his dead-on impersonation of former President George W. Bush at the 2006 White House correspondents’ dinner.
Anaheim restaurant owner Frank Garcia is teaming up with thousands of volunteers to serve more than 20,000 people at the 25th annual “We Give Thanks” Thanksgiving dinner.
Low-income residents and seniors are lining up for free turkey dinners from a local car company.
The stunt, which reportedly took no more than ten minutes from start to finish, included a folding table, chairs, a table cloth and dinnerware — including wine glasses and candlesticks to set the mood.
It’s fitting that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (aka William and Kate) are attending a star-studded “Brits to Watch” dinner in downtown Los Angeles Saturday as most of the eyes of the Southland have been on the decidedly-glam couple since their arrival Friday.