11 days ago | Beer
Cellaring alcohol is no longer the exclusive right of the wine lover. The ever-increasing masses of beer enthusiasts are dedicating more and more room in the backs of their closets for aging cherished bottles. But as with wine, not all beers were ...
1 month ago | Alcohol & Spirits
Now Boarding opened its doors at the end of December, touching down in West Hollywood with a ‘60s-era-air-travel aesthetic. The glamorous frills of a bygone era permeate everything from the walls lined with booths (the seats themselves are inspire...
2 months ago | Alcohol & Spirits
Children of the '80s, take note: Dear John Hughes just launched a two-month run at DBA in West Hollywood. It's the latest production in the For the Record series — a theatrical experience that weaves legendary movie soundtracks into immersive musi...
2 months ago | Best of L.A.
Mardi Gras is a time reserved for unbridled celebration. Debaucherous parades, dancing in the street, drinking heavily before noon; New Orleans is the undisputed epicenter of all that jazz (oh yeah, and jazz). Yet you needn’t head to the French Qu...
3 months ago | Alcohol & Spirits
The term "happy hour" is at least partially misleading. Rarely does this special time of day last for merely 60 minutes. It sure lives up to half the promise of its title, though, invariably delivering a great deal of happiness to drinkers everywh...
3 months ago | Beer
L.A.'s own Golden Road Brewing is readying a return of their charitable 2020 IPA, brewed in collaboration with the Los Angeles River Revitalization Corporation. First canned last January, the 7.4% ABV bitter ale is the first 2015 release in the br...