From July 13th – 26th, 2015, diners around the Los Angeles area can take advantage of fixed price lunch and dinner menus, as well as exclusive dishes, from hundreds of acclaimed L.A. chefs at noteworthy restaurants over the course of 14 days.
From east (downtown) to west (Santa Monica) these LA’s hotel restaurants serve from modern American, Chinese, Middle Eastern, Italian, and farm fresh California dishes, proving that the once stuffy and over formal white table cloth hotel dining rooms may be be a relic of the past.
Regardless of your budget, this handy guide will help you plan your vacation to Los Angeles.
The spirit of the holidays are here with these seasonal Christmas menus.
Jen Chen, Executive Pastry Chef at Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air, stopped by KCAL9 Wednesday to demonstrate festive ways to decorate holiday cookies!
Chow down this fall and winter on these deluxe, hearty and comforting bites.
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From Beverly Hills to downtown, some of the biggest deals in the city are hatched over midday meals. Walk into the dining rooms filled with some of the city’s most sought-after tables (especially at 1 […]
Election Day is here. On Nov. 6, celebrate your vote by wearing the “I voted” sticker and be rewarded with local deals at participating businesses. It doesn’t matter who you vote for — a Republican, […]
If you want to have coffee with your cat, you should probably get a cat.
It may have started as a royal nuptials celebration in the city of Munich back in 1810, but today Oktoberfest is celebrated worldwide to provide yet another cultural holiday to use as an excuse to overindulge. If you live in Los Angeles, you’ll have an array of Oktoberfest festivals and festivities to partake in. Ranging from low key to outrageous to outright insane, these five events cover the party-level spectrum, allowing you to choose your own Oktoberfest adventure.
There’s no better place to catch a sweet dose of old Hollywood glamour, modern sophistication and the best of decadent shopping, pampering and dining than in Beverly Hills. Plan a trip there and enjoy all of the great offerings.
On August 9-12, 2012, Los Angeles will experience its second annual Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival. Here you will wine and dine with fellow tastemakers, celebrity chefs, and a plethora of top-notch winemakers while […]
Los Angeles Food & Wine, the city’s weekend-long celebration of gourmet food and beverages, returns in August to L.A. Live.
Wolfgang Puck’s CUT Restaurant in Beverly Hills opened its doors for lunch for the first time in honor of the Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival.