Category Archive: art

Santa Monica: Recap of CRUSH

  Art, music, food and wine came together at CRUSH, an event held at the 18th Street Arts Center as organized by Tap and Cheer. I attended the event as part of my… Continue reading

Bar Menu Is High End at Providence

I was discussing with a friend about going to bars alone. I don’t go very often to bars by myself¬† but I do like it at times. I particularly like going to restaurant… Continue reading

What Does #MySmarterCommerce Mean to Restaurants & Bars

  IBM has invited me to partner with them for a month on their Smarter Commerce campaign. You’ll see me using the hashtag #MySmarterCommerce in the new few weeks across my social media… Continue reading

Dinner at The Hart and The Hunter

With new restaurants opening every day, it’s hard to get really that excited about all of them. But one I had been wanting to check out was The Hart and the Hunter. Dishes… Continue reading

Ray’s & Stark Bar: Kubrick Dinner at LACMA

  LACMA‘s latest exhibit highlighting Stanley Kubrick’s life and works opened last month. It’ll be exhibited until next June. I went to LACMA’s MUSE party on Halloween and enjoyed a meal at Ray’s… Continue reading

DTLA: Cafe Dulce Pop-Up with Hold Up Art

Cafe Dulce pop-up with Hold Up Art opened last month on the corner of 11th and Hope in Downtown Los Angeles. I was walking by and saw something interesting happen in an otherwise… Continue reading

Mercedes-Benz Transmission LA: AV Club at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

    The Mercedes-Benz Transmission LA: AV Club curated by Mike D (of Beasties Boys fame) opened last Friday at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in Downtown Los Angeles. The 3-week exhibition in… Continue reading

MacArthur Park: My New Favorite Pastrami Combo at Langer’s

The #19 is the most famous Langer’s sandwich. It is pastrami, cole slaw, Swiss cheese and Russian dressing. I started ordering the #1 which is all of that minus the cheese. However, whenever… Continue reading

Ludobites 007

The last three or so Ludobites runs have been so popular that I haven’t been able to make reservations. But luckily for me, friends always seems to have an open seat. This meant… Continue reading

WeHo: The Hudson Block Party Recap

I was invited to check out the Hudson’s first Block Party a few weeks ago.¬† The block party also introduced Churchill which opens in the next few weeks. Chef Jason Tuley, formerly of… Continue reading