Chef Danielle Keene and Chef Robert Bracaliello from The Local Table stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to discuss their new happy hour menu for St. Patrick’s Day.
Visiting local restaurants and bars is one of the best parts about traveling. Check out any of these old bars – most of which are older than America.
Downtown Culver City Holds ‘Third Wednesdays’, A Neighborhood-Wide Happy Hour
If you are looking for a Happy Hour that suits your style check out some of these fresh Sunset hot spots.
Southern California takes pride in its gorgeous weather, spectacular beaches and some of the happiest happy hours you can find. Enjoy these three perks all at once as you slip off your shoes and enjoy the view.
In most places in LA, happy hour is between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. For the consumer, happy hour is a good time to sample a new place or reacquaint with an established one.
The words “happy hour” and “kids” generally don’t go together but there are many restaurants that extend their happy hour or “early bird” prices to the dining room and patio area. Families that eat out […]
For many years, Café Fiore has satisfied the locals in Ventura with its tasty Italian food. The owners are getting closer to LA now with a new location on the first floor of a huge […]
It’s the only summer cocktail party like it in Orange County. Yappy Hour at the Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel is a beautiful, bark-worthy good time during the summer months at the Dana Point oceanfront resort. In […]
With the advent of summer, many local restaurants have rolled out new menus for happy hour, kids, or specials. Now’s the time to revisit your old favorites or discover some new ones.
Here are the top 5 poolside happy hour picks to help you welcome summer with a splash.
The Avalon is a hidden gem of a hotel in Beverly Hills, and not just because for our readers, the first few sips of your drink are free. Read on. The quaint and cool Avalon […]
Unwind, drink and dine with this list of best happy hour spots that are sure to rid you of your “Monday Blues” any day of the week.
Who knew rums tasted so different? Use this guide to navigate your way through Los Angeles to seek out your favorite rum drink. There is more to it than just ordering it with a Coke.
First eat and drink your way through the Southland and then pause for a fun family film, a social night of painting, or a raucous comedy show while you digest.