If you were looking to get a sense of the flavors of Hawaii, you are going to be hard pressed to find a better person than Roy’s Restaurant founder and master chef Roy Yamaguchi. Chef Roy has brought Hawaii literally by flying in fresh ingredients straight from Hawaii to help create his Eat Creative Hawaii three course prix fixe menu
You probably don't need an excuse to enjoy an order of French Fries, but on July 13th you have one. In honor of one of the most addicting foods around, this day has been dubbed National French Fries Day and Splash Magazines Worldwide has put together a list of some of the best spots in Los Angeles to celebrate this day at
The plethora of burgers in Southern California is staggering. But when it comes to a burger worth of National Burger Month in May as well as the upcoming National Burger Day on May 28th it takes something truly special. Chianina Steakhouse has rolled out the ground Chianina burger to celebrate this month and what they have created is truly burger bliss
Taking the wine experience beyond a swirl and sniff, the Calivino Wine Pub has created a beautiful setting that not only is for the wine connoisseur, but also for their friends who are looking for a unique craft beer or gourmet food
It took eight years to finally make its way to Los Angeles, but Sweetgreen will finally debut in West Hollywood on May 21st. Fittingly Sweetgreen is located near the original Farmers Market to emphasize a menu that is dedicated to smartly sourced seasonal food
It used to be that there was nothing like attending a game in-person. The roar of the crowd, the sights, the sounds, but now the alternative has become more than an afterthought, watching the game on television has become the ultimate viewing party. Other than saying you were actually at the stadium, there is no better place to watch the big game than at ESPN Zone® Anaheim
Brussel sprouts! This might not be the food that will catch your attention or entice you to visit a restaurant but you will quickly change your mind after trying the version from Simmzy’s. If the Brussel sprouts are that good, well you can imagine the rest of the menu is spectacular and it is
If you eat with your eyes, Turquoise restaurant in Redondo Beach in Riviera Village is the place to dine. Add depth of food flavor and outstanding service to the description of the unassuming corner beach bistro serving Pan-Mediterranean cuisine.
Cardamom Indian Restaurant tells two bright Los Angeles stories. It is a tale of immigrants and one of a popular neighborhood cafe (India’s Oven) smoothly taken over and updated. It is when "new and improved" is actually new and improved
Rising up like a ship just inside the dreamy Beverly Hills bubble to make the spirit soar, imposing new Ocean Prime restaurant offers fine Midwestern steaks, local seafood and the best hospitality anywhere.
The refined, authentic Mexican regional food and exuberant Latin hospitality of chefs Jaime Martin del Campo and Ramiro Arvizu of La Casita Mexicana in Bell are now at stunning Mexicano restaurant in the renewed Baldwin Hills Crenshaw district.
Super Bowl Sunday is the day when 120 million come together to watch the biggest game of the year. With that many people taking in the game, the options are limitless and Splash Magazines Worldwide has put together a list of some of the best options for you to enjoy the big game
It’s not surprising that when Stephen F. Jones designed the new La Brea Bakery to showcase a 25-year history and the warm browns of its iconic rustic baked goods, he beautifully incorporated his usual elements of spiffy, universal personal appeal.
A vacation can take you across the country or it can be as close as your backyard. Providing a setting that would entice both groups takes a special setting, and that defines the breathtaking Newport Beach. The Island Hotel historically has been the hotel when it comes to staying in Newport Beach, and the fact that they have made recent renovations to enhance your stay is further proof that this is the hotel to enjoy all that is Southern California
Once upon a time, before the term “carpaccio” referred to the marinated raw beef or seafood dish, it was merely the name of renowned Venetian Renaissance artist Vittore Carpaccio, who painted in vivid blood red colors. Try the best at Cecconi