Dia de los Muertos Events around Los Angeles

Dia de los Muertos is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, and in places such as the city of Los Angeles by people of Mexican ancestry. Acknowledged internationally by many other cultures, this multi-day holiday focuses on food, family and friends who pray for and remember loved ones who have died, in hopes that their…

Celebrating Cinco de Mayo in LA

Here is my roundup of fun Cinco de Mayo venues in Los Angeles celebrating with Mexican-inspired dishes and drinks – Cinco de Mayo in Century City The InterContinental Los Angeles has some festive food and drink specials going on in its newly renovated lobby lounge all day and night on May 5. Enjoy three Mexican…

Eat. Drink. & Watch Kobe Tonight in LA

What better way to commemorate the NBA all-star, Kobe Bryant’s final Laker game tonight, Wednesday, April 13 then to sit and watch among other fans.  Shout, high-five, and fist pump with family and friends at one of these two LA venues. LA’s modern American eatery, Plan Check Kitchen + Bar (Sawtelle, Fairfax, Downtown) will serve…

Where to Watch March Madness in LA

For those who want to follow March Madness, here are some fun places in LA to follow basketball with other fans. Some of these hot spots are offering special deals – Public School On Tap has a great deal on Monday, April 4th with their NCAA Championship Game promotion. All night Recess offers $4 to $7…

Watch the SUPER BOWL at These LA Hot Spots

I hope you’re gearing up for the big game tomorrow! Here are some great destinations to watch the Super Bowl and eat some mighty tasty fare or a fantastic dessert ack to bring home to your own party- Super Bowl Desserts Stop at the artisanal, home-spun ice cream shop Sweet Rose Creamery to pick up…