In addition to the regular menu, starting tonight and every Monday, Cooks County offers three-course comfort food menus for only $25.
Fleming's is a wonderful surprise, with its elegant ambiance, style and sophistication. Personal attention and caring service make a visit here something which I will want to repeat often.
Friday is the opening reception for an exhibition of Frank Gehry's Fish Lamps. Gehry produced the new lamps in 2012 and they will be divided between Gagosian Beverly Hills and Gagosian Paris at concurrent exhibitions.
There are a couple of weeks before DineLA's restaurant week begins, but participating restaurants in Beverly Hills are currently celebrating California Restaurant Week now through January 13.
We know; it's been a while. It feels like we haven't worked a full week since mid-December. (And, actually, that's more or less true.) But fret not; we assure you that you can make it through the next five days of workplace brutality -- with a little help from yours truly, of course.
Watching the Rose Bowl Parade on New Year's day, I was thrilled to see two special floats. One was the float celebrating Military Dogs, and the other was the one celebrating the Forgotten War. My war.
Happy New Year Los Angeles! If you made a resolution to take advantage of all the culture L.A. has to offer in 2013, we've got plenty of ideas to keep you busy.
Before reality hits hard and we actually have to work a full week again, we're planning on spending the first weekend of lucky 2013 all over town: checking out shows, trying new restaurants and feeding our newly-rested minds with art and movies.
On Rodeo is an ideal restaurant/bar to entertain friends -- especially from out of town. It's also just a great place to enjoy a nice dinner -- or breakfast or lunch, for that matter.
Here are three bars in Los Angeles that are guaranteed to have you leave with your wallet 'winning.'
Tortilla Republic spices up the Mexican restaurant scene the same way that West Hollywood spices up the L.A. nightlife scene.
You may have been hoping for some sort of zombie apocalypse last weekend (maybe you really, really hate your job), but we made it through the end of the world and are now entering the final days of 2012. We may as well go as crazy as possible in this final weekend of 2012.
Los Angeles Ballet returns to Valley Performing Arts Center with its production of The Nutcracker. Follow Clara and her Nutcracker to the magical Land of Snow, and to the enchanted Palace of the Dolls.
We're squeezing out one more weekend of fun before family obligations hit hard next week. Sure, that means our fair share of Christmas events, but we're also dipping into a couple of once-in-a-millenium parties to usher in the so-called End of the World.
Because there are so many things to do in Los Angeles, it can be hard to plan any kind of itinerary. If you're looking for some insider tips, here are a few to make your stay in L.A. more fun and less hassle-filled.