For those who want a glimpse into the lives of the rich and famous, several LA restaurants are celebrity hot spots.
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On February 7, Paramount Studios will transform its back lot with more than 60 local restaurants and breweries for the 3rd Annual L.A. Bacon Fest.
Los Angeles is a foodie town. From tacos trucks to fine dining, there’s an option to satisfy every appetite—usually accompanied by a dedicated following of diners. One trend becoming increasingly popular is the Pop-Up restaurant, where chefs and would-be entrepreneurs have the opportunity to test the market and forgo the expensive brick-and-mortar overhead by setting…
The classic Hollywood dream of becoming an actress brought Katie Maloney from Utah to LA more than eight years ago. What made her stay was West Hollywood’s SUR restaurant, where her job as a waitress earned her a role on Bravo’s hit reality show “Vanderpump Rules.” On Monday evenings, America watches the waitresses, bartenders and…
Award-winning European and American chefs will join culinary forces at the All-Star Chef Classic in L.A. Live from March 11-14, 2015. The event features six intimate meals prepared by some of the best chefs in the country and overseas. There will be three masters’ dinners (the French Masters, American Masters and British Masters), a Cuisine…
Sometimes it’s hard not to be homebody during LA’s cooler months—even if we’re not hitting the subzero temperatures most of the U.S. experiences during winter. Fortunately, several LA restaurants offer fireside dining in a warm and cozy environment indoors and outdoors.
A romantic Valentine’s Day dinner doesn’t need to break the bank. With these affordable Valentine’s Day dinners at under $75 a person, love birds can connect over a delicious meal without an unsavory surprise when the check arrives.
As executive chef at Fig & Olive, Executive Chef Pascal Lorange offers a seasonal menu inspired by cuisine from the Riviera and coastal regions of Italy and Spain. In addition to managing kitchen operations for six locations in New York and LA, Lorange’s resume includes meals prepared for two U.S. presidents and time serving as personal chef for singer Julio Iglesias.
Several LA restaurants are open on Thanksgiving for those who don’t have the time, energy or space for a home-cooked meal.
Even though LA is not known for its pastoral qualities, several LA restaurants specialize in farm-to-table dining, offering seasonal cuisine with ingredients harvested at regional farms.