We’re all looking for ways to help the environment, and to be honest, it’s usually pretty tough work- it took many of years of neglect to get the planet to the state it is in today, and it will no doubt take even longer to restore it. During Earth Day weekend this year, Golden Road Brewing made it a bit more enjoyable to give back, … Continue reading Saving the Bay – One IPA at a Time
This month, Angeleno and ChefDance founder Mimi Kim once again opened up the gates of the gorgeous C.E. Toberman Estate in the Hollywood Hills for the Pre-Sundance Film Festival Sneak Peak of ChefDance 2019. This is Kim’s 16th year hosting ChefDance, which takes place during the prestigious Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. The five-night series features celebrity chefs preparing unforgettable dishes and was … Continue reading Taste Buds Tango at Sneak Peak of ChefDance 2019
Go to any major city in America, or really, in the entire world, and there is one thing you are almost certainly guaranteed to find- an Irish pub. If you walk into one, whatever diverse surroundings and stresses you encountered outside melt away with the warm air, aged wooden bar tops, and memorabilia from the Emerald Isle. The experience you have is comfortably consistent and … Continue reading Rock n Reilly’s USC Innovates on the Irish Pub in All the Right Ways
Because the celebrities L.A. is most known for are the ones we see in movies and on TV, it’s easy to forget that, in addition to being the city of stars, we are also a city of sports. With at least one team for every major sporting league and a growing list of all-star athletes, there is a lot to cheer for at any given day … Continue reading Good Times and Food, Elevated, at Free Play
Los Angeles is known as the “City of Stars”, for obvious and completely accurate reasons. But after Cointreau took over Hollywood for a few nights in October, it seems that we might also need to call it the “City of Spirits. Hidden away amidst the glitz and glamour of Tinseltown, Quixote Studios took a few evenings off from filming to play host to the Cointreau … Continue reading Lights, Camera, and Cocktails with Cointreau!
Social community apps are, of course, everywhere, and it seems like every week a new barcade opens up in L.A., so you might assume that there is no longer any room for innovation in either of these spaces. On Thursday, September 13, the “Firework” app blew that idea up with an explosively fun, star-studded launch party at new Arts District hot spot Two Bit Circus. … Continue reading 15 Second Bursts of Fun with New Firework App at Two Bit Circus
Koreatown is without a doubt one of the most fascinating and fast-changing neighborhoods in Los Angeles. It’s a place where the delicious smells of all-you-can-eat KBBQ waif past exclusive and hidden speakeasies. Where fancy cocktail bars sit right next to (and sometimes even within) hard-partying karaoke joints. It’s old and new, traditional and modern, foreign and familiar. With all of this in mind, maybe it … Continue reading Poppin’ Bottles of Bubbly…from a Vending Machine!!
When it’s this hot in L.A., I seem to spend my hour constantly searching out the next air-conditioned spot and accompanying cool refreshment. And to be honest, when it comes to the latter, the usual suspects just aren’t cutting it these days. An ice cold beer turns into malt soup halfway through. A steaming plate of nachos seems to lose its crunch before it’s even … Continue reading Gin Sippin’ and Oyster Shootin’ Away the L.A. Summer Heat
In every major city across the world, there is a renewed interest in well-made cocktails crafted with care and quality ingredients- Los Angeles is certainly no exception. And Time Out, the global media and entertainment brand that aims to inspire people to make the most of their city, sought to recognize this resurgence and honor L.A.’s best mixologists, cocktails, and watering holes through its 2018 … Continue reading A Monday Night “Time Out” at the Los Angeles Bar Awards
We hopped out of our Lyft in the heart of Hollywood, and walked into an empty theater. An attendant directed us up five flights of stairs attached to the side of the building. At the top- a moment of hesitation, and then we were drawn in by the soft thump of bass through the metal chain fence, where we found the most unlikely of movie … Continue reading Enjoy A Flick Below (And Above) The Stars with the Rooftop Cinema Club