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Wine Tasting Under the Stars at the Beverly Hilton

People come from all parts of the globe just to spend an afternoon or stay the night at the historic Beverly Hilton, making it one of the top spots to visit in Los Angeles. Here’s your chance to attend an exclusive wine pairing dinner at the newly redesigned Aqua Star Pool designed by Hollywood stylist […]

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Top LA Burgers on a College Budget

Gone is the day when you can get a decent burger beyond fast food for less than ten bones. Lucky for us, there are choices not too far from a number of So Cal campuses. So here’s part 1 of our list of best burger bang for your college student buck. Slater’s 50/50 (61 N. […]

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Caulfield's Bar and Dining Room impresses in BH

Caulfield’s Bar and Dining Room in Beverly Hills isn’t exactly a new kid on the block. After being open for a little over a year it underwent a facelift in the dining room and in the kitchen. It’s refreshed look goes with a new chef and menu helmed by Stephen Kalt. Situated amongst the glitz […]

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Asian inspired Bachi Burger coming soon to West LA

When Fukuburger first arrived in Los Angeles via Las Vegas, we rushed to the food truck turned restaurant. But, we were indifferent toward their overly sweet teriyaki and wasabi infused burger creations. So when we first heard that LA was getting another Asian inspired burger transplant from Las Vegas, we were less than enthusiastic. But […]

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Where to get tamales in Los Angeles

The history of the tamal dates back to the Mesoamerica times. Rumors are, the village warriors would take them off to battle as a portable meal. The perfect mobile food, they are commonly wrapped in corn husks or plantain leaves before cooking depending on the region they come from. Tamales begin with a dough made […]

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Homestyle Venezuelan in the heart of Beverly Hills

Located in the heart of the glitz and glam of Beverly Hills is a hidden Venezuelan gem that is serving up some of the most interesting and inexpensive food on Canon Drive. Coupa Café is the only restaurant outside Venezuela where patrons can enjoy the nation’s shade grown, handpicked, patio sun-dried, fair trade organic single […]

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Now on Sale! LA Times + Food & Wine | The Taste

The Los Angeles Times, along with Food & Wine Magazine, bring angelinos the ultimate food and wine event taking place over Labor Day Weekend. So cancel your weekend getaway and save your cash for The Taste. This four days in Beverly Hills, Hollywood, and Downtown LA features nine different gastronomic affairs. Many of the culinary […]

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Where to Really Get Egg Burgers in Los Angeles

This Popsugar story came wafting across my nose this morning via Eater LA. I guess egg burgers are trendy all of the sudden, and I couldn’t help but think how lacking the list was. Fatburger? Why didn’t they list Johnny Rockets or the Carls Jr Breakfast Burger and call it a day? Egg burgers are […]

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The Glendon is bringing sexy back to Westwood

It’s the age old dilemma. You work on the Miracle Mile, your friend works in Santa Monica. Where can you meet up where you’re both not wasting away in relentlessness traffic? Westwood, perhaps? Students looking for a quick bite, grad students on a date, and post-work office dwellers converge on The Glendon on a daily […]

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Cart For A Cause at Test Kitchen

Next Tuesday (December 7) the truck known for the benefit work it does for St. Vincent Meals on Wheels, will hit the burners at Test Kitchen with a meal that is sure to delight your senses and sensibilities. Launched in 2010, Cart For A Cause travels across the city, selling meals created by some of […]

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