Nearly every neighborhood of Los Angeles has some essential watering holes for patrons to enjoy throwing back some local flavor.
Should you find yourself in need of a change of scenery, or if bars just aren’t your thing, there are plenty of nighttime activities the City of Angels offers for residents and tourists alike.
If you’ve ever dreamed of taking center stage, or just wished to not be a total embarrassment at the next wedding you’re attending, these Los Angeles ballroom dance classes are for you.
If you’re a fan of pubs, then you’re probably a fan of pub crawls. Hopping around from bar to bar, checking out the unique atmosphere of each Los Angeles establishment and trying what’s on tap is always a fun time.
The next time you think about emptying you wallet for a big name star, consider a local female act for your musical delight.
Whether you have always dreamed of being a musician but never picked up an instrument, or have been strumming along your entire life but need to hone your skills, Los Angeles offers many classes and workshops for every level of musician.
If you think bars and nightlife are only for the cool crowd, think again. Embrace your inner nerd, because there are plenty of great Los Angeles hangouts to completely geek out. Whether arcade games, ping pong, museums, or libraries are your fancy, there are more venues than you may think where you can proudly sport your taped up glasses. Check out one of these great places for your next nerdy night out.
From the venue, the photographer, makeup, music, dining and more, wedding shows assist brides to be in their overwhelming planning process to make sure all I’s are dotted and T’s are crossed. Here are the top wedding shows in the OC for 2013.
St. Patrick’s Day is March 17 — a day when everyone is at least a little bit Irish. Here are some of the best Los Angeles Irish bars to celebrate this festive holiday.
It’s Hollywood’s favorite time of year: Oscar season! With the Academy Awards fast approaching on Feb. 24, Tinsel Town is in the celebrity spirit. These are the top places to party like a movie star in Los Angeles.
Mardi Gras, also known as Fat Tuesday, is the carnival-esque event made famous in New Orleans, but celebrated just as much here in LA. Taking place on the eve of Ash Wednesday, this year’s official Mardi Gras date is February 12th, when participants will indulge in the good life before the fasting of the Lent season.
If you’re single on Valentine’s Day, don’t let romantic flicks get you feeling blue; embrace the possibilities of the single status. This holiday is no longer reserved solely for couples. Plenty of singles are making the most of Valentine’s Day, and there may be no greater city to do so in than Los Angeles. The temperate weather and diversity of people and events are key ingredients in getting out and about. Whether you’re just looking to have fun with other singles or have an eye out for that special someone, these are the best bars to party with your friends or meet a match.