By Jenny Peters and Andy Gordon Foodies, star chefs and wineries to die for converged all across Los Angeles from August 25 to 28, 2016, to party on during the Sixth Annual [...]
By Jenny Peters The Napa Valley: what better place on earth could you go to celebrate the fusion of the fine arts paired up for 12 days with world-class culinary experiences [...]
By Jenny Peters Anejo Cantina & Grill opened in the Fall of 2015, much to the delight of Angelenos living in Sherman Oaks and throughout the rest of the San Fernando [...]
By Andy J. Gordon and Jenny Peters When the Masters of Taste rolled into the Rose Bowl in early April, the gourmet food, wine, beer and spirits extravaganza was actually [...]
By Andy J. Gordon Los Angeles is a tough place to open a new restaurant. Competition is fierce, real estate and costs are high, while customer tastes are fickle. Several new [...]
tequila and Jimmy Shaw’s Loteria Grill
joined forces for a series of tastings that paired food selections with the premium tequila. Herradura
is one of the oldest makers of fine tequilas and Loteria Grill
is well respected in Los Angeles for their authentic Mexican cuisine. What set the series in motion was Shaw’s fondness for the Herradura
brand and his custom designed signature private reserve double barrel reposado that was bottled recently and introduced at the tasting series.
Long Beach restaurant James Republic
is a welcome newcomer to the vibrant downtown scene. With a modern design, expert staff and dedication to fresh ingredients, this upscale casual place should be a hot spot for quite some time.
On a balmy summer evening in July, Altamed
hosted a themed food and wine event at the beautiful outdoor courtyards of downtown Los Angeles’ Union Station. Altamed
has been delivering quality medical care to the underserved communities of Southern California for more than 40 years. Their fundraising event brought together some of the finest Latino owned restaurants and wineries from the greater LA area as well as elsewhere along the west coast. Guests enjoyed unlimited food and wine in addition to dancing to the music of some talented live acts.
What’s the best thing to happen in Southern California in May? If you’re a lover of Italian wine and food, then there is nothing better than Vino California, the annual celebration of Italy’s finest. [...]
On the evening of October 9, 2012, Guy Fieri’s signature shining-red late-1960s Camaro convertible pulled alongside the curb of the New York Times building in the heart of Manhattan’s buzzing Times Square district. Fans of his string of Food Network hits including "Guy’s Big Bite" and "Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives" knew something big was up. The normal throngs of theatergoers, foodies and bewildered tourists that cram the entertainment-on-steroids West Forties found themselves working their way around the long line of hip revelers piling in to experience the grand opening of Guy’s American Kitchen and Bar at 240 West 44th Street.