Question: Where can trivia enthusiasts test their knowledge and win free drinks while they’re at it? Answer: At several Los Angeles bars and taverns. Here are some of our favorites.
Articles by Mallory Carra
Chef Kevin Meehan has created a buzz among LA foodies in the know with Kali Dining, a weekly pop-up dining experience held at different locations with a rotating menu. The one constant: the five-course meal is a safe-bet for diners looking to insert a little adventure into their normal routine.
The Vizzi Truck delivers fresh ingredients and coastal flavors while showcasing the sights and sounds of independent musicians and DJs on the streets of LA.
With one of the best views of Hollywood, Chef Brock Kleweno has infused creativity and originality into the Asian-inspired menu at the iconic Yamashiro Restaurant, regularly named one of the most romantic restaurants in LA.
The Me So Hungry food truck serves up a delicious menu of burgers, sliders, and fries to hungry Los Angeles diners. We checked in with chef/owner Cory Ewing to see what the LA food truck has been up to lately.
Acclaimed celebrity photographer Timothy White is known for taking world-famous celebrity photos, but for his latest project he stepped out from behind the camera to curate an exhibition of famous musicians and sports figures at the Morrison Hotel Gallery in the Sunset Marquis hotel.
For those who are not quite ready to take on the Los Angeles Marathon in March, but still want to test their limits in a friendly competitive environment, LA is home to several 5K races.
Starry Kitchen went from from an underground restaurant operating in Thi and Nguyen Tran’s North Hollywood apartment to a legit dinner pop-up at Tiara Cafe.
Romantic hotels in LA can provide couples with a relaxing and enchanting break from the norm.
The Gravy Train Poutinerie has earned success serving poutine, Canada’s signature dish, from an LA Food Truck.