“Bordeaux”: the word evokes the smell and taste of rich, refined red wine from France with “cashmere tannins,” “elegant fruit,” and “chocolate, tobacco, or cedar chests.”
As soon as I heard the buzz (swirling late last year) about a hot new watering hole in my ’hood (Studio City, CA), a few friends and I strolled over to Laurel Tavern one Thursday evening to see what the fuss was about.
It didn’t take long for people to get very emotional at the 3rd Annual Noche de Niños, held on May 9, 2009, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. [...]
Every year for the past sixteen years, socialite-activist Nancy Davis and fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger join forces to create the Race to Erase MS. [...]
Around the world, environmentally conscious wineries are at the forefront of the movement to change the way crops are grown. [...]
When it comes to screw-cap closures on fine wines, the Australians have embraced them, New Zealanders adore them, and American winemakers are not far behind. [...]
You can sit outside at Luckyfish, on Canon Drive in the heart of Beverly Hills, but that would defeat the purpose. [...]
When it comes to eating great sushi, not all Japanese restaurants are created equal. KULA Sushi Bistro proves that, with a sophisticated atmosphere (right down to the three-piece trio playing soft music in the background) and a focus on “the natural culinary traditions of Japan.”
It has taken him a while, but star chef Laurent Tourondel has finally gotten around to bringing his award-winning cuisine to Los Angeles.