Fig & Olive
As we finish up the last bit of July and into August, don’t miss out on these great opportunities to enjoy fabulous entertainment, dining, and activities in Orange County.
Whether he’s the type of guy who likes a cool ocean breeze with his meal, or a little art and culture, there’s a perfect brunch spot out there for him.
With Father’s Day and the official start of Summer, it’s going to be a busy week! Start it off right by celebrating everyone’s favorite crustacean on National Lobster Day, and keep the party going with […]
Celebrate National Lobster Day with restaurants serving up delicious lobster cuisines.
Ahh the mint julep. It’s the classic Southern drink that is offered at restaurants and bars across out great city and elsewhere around the country.
Having been coined the California Riviera, it is no wonder the finest chefs in the Southland call Orange County home.
The 2015 Kentucky Derby hits the track May 1-2. The real party may be happening in Kentucky, but you can still celebrate in L.A. with that quintessential race day cocktail–the julep.
Chef David Gussin stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to share what Fig & Olive is dishing up for Easter.
Easter Sunday is synonymous with brunch. Leave the cooking to someone else, and check out what some of the city’s best restaurants have in store.
Whether or not you go to church to celebrate Easter, try these restaurants for an amazing Easter brunch.
Lots of things can make a restaurant romantic. These places offer some of the most romantic meals and settings in Orange County.
Visit a romantic dining destination this Valentines Day with your loved one.
Egg dishes can go far beyond the scrambled eggs or omelet you might make for yourself at home. Try these places for some unusual and delicious egg dishes.
It’s time to ditch those new year’s resolutions because Newport Beach has been crowned the culinary capital of Orange County, and the uber-swank OC town is ready to kick-off restaurant week.
Ring in 2014 with the top spots in LA for New Year’s Eve.