Summer means longer days, which means longer hours at Farmshop at the Brentwood Country Mart and more time for fried chicken.
While it was nice to have a day off from work mid-week, we feel teased and are now just counting the minutes until the weekend. Here are a few things to look forward to when the clock strikes however-early-you-can-pull-your-parachute-today.
Whether you're a Brentwood local or a venturing foodie looking for a friendly new destination, Brentwood Restaurant & Lounge is a can't-miss must-do.
Living in Los Angeles, the bar scene is saturated with overpriced, watered-down drinks and unwelcoming servers. I found one bar, however, that has changed my opinion of Los Angeles nightlife: Drai's Hollywood.
Rampture or not, west-east traffic is typically horrendous. One place to wait it out is the new happy hour at Freddy Smalls (Monday through Thursday, 5:30-7 p.m.).
Located a block south of the Beverly Center and many miles from ordinary, the SLS Hotel provides multiple options for diners, drinkers and anyone in need of a luxurious escape from the mundane realities of daily life.
We all love a great outdoor space for dining and drinking, and Los Angeles has no shortage of them. These 10 spots are perfect any time of year -- just one more reason why we love L.A.
For those trying to eat healthfully or lose weight, dining with children can be a challenge -- even for top food pros. In the best-case scenario, however, having a child helps you eat better than you did before.
We love L.A. summers, and we don't use the "L" word often. Life would only be better if we were rich and summering in St. Tropez, but until that goes down we're pretty content with the following.
Our chefs are redefining what it means to cook 'California cuisine. Sharing is encouraged; using utensils is optional. Here are the 10 hottest openings so far this year, from Downtown to Santa Monica and everywhere in between.
Before the foie gras ban takes effect, Petrossian is featuring a special five-course menu through all month.
Check out our slideshow of the best open-air rooftops, restaurants and bars from which to enjoy those clear days -- when you can see the Downtown skyline, Hollywood sign and ocean in one fell swoop -- while grabbing a drink or a bite.
You know those weeks that are so rough that you actually consider becoming Hef's #1 girl so that you can move into the mansion and cease to worry about anything but your spray tan? We at Broke Girl's Guide are having one of them.
Chef/entrepreneur Wolfgang Puck is one of those rare people who are never happy unless they have a score of projects simmering around them. But he seems to be outdoing himself this summer, with several major events on his schedule.