Category Archive: alcohol education

Mid-City: Trying Out Plant Based Vegan Nic’s on Beverly

  Nic’s on Beverly opened earlier this year. The new vegan restaurant serves up plant based items such as falafel burger, avocado on crispy rice, tagine and soon-to-be iconic Chinois salad (Chinese chicken… Continue reading

California Rum Festival in San Francisco on September 7

    Tickets are now on sale for the California Rum Festival in San Francisco on September 7. There are three tiers for tickets for the Grand Tasting with more than 40 brands… Continue reading

Check Out Los Angeles’ Best Restaurants at Los Angeles Times’ The Taste Labor Day Weekend, August 30 – September 1

  I always look forward to Labor Day Weekend because it’s around my birthday. And it feels like the Los Angeles Times is throwing me a personal party when they bring their food… Continue reading

DTLA: Hatch Yakitori Now Has Japanese Inspired Cocktails

  I recently stopped by Hatch Yakitori to try their new Japanese inspired drinks. I was born and raised in LA and this shopping center was known as Broadway Plaza back in the… Continue reading

Culver City: New Food and Drinks at Corner Door

  Corner Door in Culver City introduced a new menu a few months back. I really enjoyed the California-Mexican connection. It further inspired me to try to get to Baja soon. Corner Door… Continue reading

Los Feliz: All the Seafood at Atrium

  I recently visited Atrium on my pre-Negroni Week quest. While I was there, we couldn’t resist a few bites and we just fell in love with all the fresh seafood and veggies.… Continue reading

Santa Barbara: Drinks at Lab Social

While in Santa Barbara, I checked out Lab Social, the cocktail bar inside of Caje Coffee. I had found it searching for new bars and it was so brand new, my Santa Barbara… Continue reading

Virgil Village: Drinks at Equal Parts

  Do you love dive bars but you also like craft cocktails? Well, now you can have both in the form of Equal Parts in Virgil Village. Taking over the old Smog Cutter… Continue reading

DTLA: Drinks and Snacks at Duello Bar

  With the restaurant Simone closing, we are left with just the Duello bar. Since I always ate at the bar, this move didn’t bother me too much. In fact, it gave the… Continue reading

Santa Barbara: Shaker Mill & Cubaneo = A Winning Combination

  Over Memorial Day weekend, I headed up to Santa Barbara and it was a non-stop adventure. Here’s one for your playbook- get over to Shaker Mill for tropical drinks but the bonus… Continue reading