By Andy J. Gordon and Jenny Peters Now in its fourth year, the KAABOO Del Mar festival has realized its goal of being an all-inclusive entertainment experience, with a [...]
By Jenny Peters and Andy J. Gordon The multi-city culinary extravaganza Taste of the Nation, from the folks at Share Our Strength that raises funds for their No Kid Hungry [...]
By Jenny Peters and Andy J. Gordon Tequila Avión rang in the holidays with an intimate pub crawl in West Hollywood on December 13, 2017, that showcased a few seasonal [...]
By Jenny Peters and Andy J. Gordon Del Frisco’s Grille has been perched across the street from the Santa Monica Pier since 2013, serving premium American classics like [...]
The Supperclub Los Angeles is one of Hollywood’s hot new trendy venues (perhaps the first “trenue?”). Based on the original Supperclub in Amsterdam, the retrofitted Vogue Movie Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard has been transformed by its new owners into a blank canvas. Bars, couches, beds, floors, walls, and ceiling are pure white. In the words of the designer, “The color we add to it will shape it. This way, it can become anything!” And what a show it has become. At the opening night gala on December 2, the Carnivale/Mardi Gras/Cabaret atmosphere included a zebra, stilt walkers, midgets, sky dancers, performance artists, floor dancers, a pantomime tiger, strobe lights, and house music punctuated by celebrity sightings, hot pants, and cool cocktails.
Walking into Halo, one gets the distinct impression that this nightclub is a sign of the times: it's not overly showy, it doesn't have snooty door people, and the drinks aren't over-priced.