Every First Friday the hip, trendy Abbot Kinney Blvd in Venice becomes a culinary extravaganza.
Treat dad to a special Father’s Day brunch buffet at Brentwood’s beloved steakhouse, Baltaire.
Unlike the celebrity spotting hot spot, Craig’s across the street, I don’t believe Gracias Madre opened its doors with the goal of becoming a celebrity hangout. Though this hip vegan hangout has become just that.
If I were asked what it the one place in Los Angeles where you will be almost 100 percent certain to see celebrities, it’s Craig’s in West Hollywood.
That’s right! You can save 50% on your lunch or dinner at three upscale, plant based food restaurants in Los Angeles starting this coming Monday.
Mother’s Day is just around the corner… this coming Sunday May 12th. Like many Angelenos, you’re probably wondering where to take mom for a delicious Mother’s Day brunch, lunch or dinner.
When you are planning your dinner around the hopes you’ll see a celebrity eating next to you, Los Feliz isn’t likely to be the first place you think of booking your reservations.
Los Angeles restaurants become iconic for various reasons. Sometimes it is because celebrities have been known to dine there, or perhaps it has appeared in a movie or three or four.
In a town known for demanding fresh, wholesome and natural foods, Cafe Gratitude is right at home in its Venice Beach location. Cafe Gratitude brings healthy plan based foods to Venetians in a bright airy and spacious atmosphere.
Los Angeles is known for the unique architecture of its restaurants, dating back to the Brown Derby Restaurant in the shape of a derby hat. One of note is Carney’s Restaurant on the Sunset Strip.