Just because you're not yet -- or ever again -- indulging in a bona fide Thanksgiving meal complete with tense inter-family relations and answering all those uncomfortable questions doesn't mean you can't have all the holiday fun you want right here.
In Sandy Relief news, eat the yellowtail carpaccio and drink the Fusion Shot at Koi throughout the month, and 100 percent of the proceeds will go to the American Red Cross for Sandy response via the restaurant's charitable foundation, Just a Little.
The new menu at Circa 55 showcases locally sourced, sustainable foods.
With t-minus one week between us and Thanksgiving, we're savoring the flavor of pre-holiday hustle, bustle and family overload. The quiet before the food coma begins now with art openings, new restaurants, and tons of charity.
After 40 years in this town, even the sexiest can use a facelift. And that's exactly what Mirabelle Restaurant on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood has received.
The little Echo Park beer store that could is now open seven days a week. You can now sit and sip any number of craft brews at Sunset Beer Company on Monday nights, whether it's something seasonal and local from the tap or bottled from the retail side.
San Diegans, get busy brunching, you've got a wonderful location atop the Hotel La Jolla in Cusp. While you're at it, bring some friends.
Two Jasons, one kitchen. Tonight Jason Neroni welcomes Portland chef Jason French (Ned Ludd) for a special prix fixe menu at Superba Snack Bar.
With a couple of days before Election Day, this weekend would have been a nice reprieve from the chaos. Then came Sandy. First, donate to The Red Cross. Then have a good weekend like those New Yorkers are trying to do. Gotta love that east coast resilience!
There's nothing like discovering a new go-to place. For any meal or part of town, chances are that you have a favorite restaurant. If it's morning and I'm downtown, I know where my spot is: The Parish.
Are you tired of Halloween yet? Good, because neither are we. Steam the costume and ready your ghostly game face, because this week is another marathon dedicated to all things spine-tingling.
This is THE weekend we've all been waiting for, the one in which it's considered socially acceptable to dress up like idiots and parade around getting tipsy on pumpkin-flavored beer. In other words, it's like every other weekend, but with costumes.
After a "cold" weekend, we're finally ready to pull out our sweaters and officially call this fall. So, we've stacked up the week with what we consider to be the season's finest -- pumpkin pizzas, dark wine bars, scary movies, and... an ice cream truck.
Suzanne Tracht welcomes fall with a menu of new dishes every Monday at Jar, each showcasing a single ingredient. Tonight it's all about duck -- duck sausage, roasted duck breast with pears and masala, and sticky toffee pudding (no duck).
Between yet another debate (town hall style's rather exhausting) and the flurry of commentary, we're feeling a little three-hole punched (in the gut). So, we've decided to ditch the binder and have ourselves a weekend to remember.
Mimi's Cafe, established in 1978 as a French-inspired casual dining restaurant, is returning to its roots to solidify its image and recapture some of that market, which has rapidly expanded since its inception.