While the rest of the country is ordering hot toddys, Los Angelenos can check out these top five places for sangria.
Here are some of the best places to get a taste of that local beer that has become a craze in the southern California area.
Bob Gail Special Events president and CEO Bob Levine provides valuable pointers on how to help make your Halloween party in LA characteristic, safe and memorable.
Here are five top bar and restaurant picks from the San Fernando valley to Downtown L.A. for Thursday night football viewing.
These sports bars make Thursday game night extra fun with cool vibes, TVs, happy hour specials and a variety of food and drinks to enjoy.
Bar Training and Beverage Director for Rock & Brews, Anthony Games is a true “Beer Guy.” Here he selects five of the best beers to try this fall.
Party like a German with these Oktoberfest celebrations.
These OC hookah lounges offer up gathering spots for patrons to smoke flavored tobacco and partake in the ancient traditions and authentic cuisine once offered at Middle Eastern coffee houses.
Nothing says fall quite like pumpkin pie, beer and football. Benjamin Weiss, director of marketing at The Bruery in Orange County, gives the lowdown on some of the best beers to complement your fall season.
Los Angeles will have its fair share of Oktoberfest celebrations. From the bigger events held at the Fairplex to more intimate settings at local breweries, each festival has distinctive lagers, event activities and its own vibe. Prost!
Huddle up for college football. Football fans who like to rah rah together can find lots of restaurants and bars throughout Los Angeles to watch their favorite college team.
This fall as the weather begins to cool down, enjoy these tasty cocktails that are sure to warm you up.
Los Angeles boasts many hot spots with great cocktails for a fall evening.
With all of the transplants from other parts of the country and two local college football teams, college football is pretty popular here in southern California. Try these places to watch the games with other college football fanatics.
Taking into consideration the atmosphere, the menu, the TVs (of course) and the overall vibe, these sports bars are where you want to be for your favorite pastime.