Nightlife & Music
Each restaurant and bar that serves local beer owns the philosophy of supporting local brewers. Check out these five hangouts for a tasty pint of California.
If you like live music without standing in a crowd full of 22-year-olds, try these restaurants.
To enjoy Halloween with no kids around, try these Orange County bashes.
Halloween isn’t just for kids; and these events will give you some adults-only options for celebrating this All Hallows’ Eve.
If you’re one of the many birthday partiers who enjoys a night out on the town and some extra attention, head to a bar that shares the same feeling. From super helpful bartenders willing to sneak you a free birthday shot to a whole cavalcade of activities to do between food and drink, Orange County has a great selection of bars and restaurants for your yearly celebration.
The restaurants on this list bring international flavors and fun to Orange County with not only delightful sangria, but creative small plates, specials and cultural beauty that will please your palate.
Here are five of the best piano bars available and open to all in the City of Angels.
I don’t know about you, but when I think of an attic, I think of The Goonies and scary movies, not gimlets and sexy dance parties. LA is changing our view on attics with the introduction of Genesis, the secret nightclub above Sassafras.
While the hipsters may be saving record stores around the county with their rediscovery of the vinyl, you can now one-up your Brooklyn friends and play them the artists of the best musical era, the way they were meant to be heard— on a gramophone. You know what a gramophone is…right?
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.