Category Archive: booze

Koreatown: Having a Ball at Art Major

  Where do you go when you just want to hang out with your friends and play board games? You go to Art Major in Koreatown. It’s not your typical pick-up bar scene.… Continue reading

Koreatown: Late Night KBBQ at Byul Gobchang

  Hungry. Hangry. Late night. Where to go in Koreatown? We were actually heading towards the popular Hae Jang ChonĀ  (it’s the one with the pig logo) but it was completely packed and… Continue reading

Booze Travel: Whisky Jewbilee Seattle Recap & Tickets On Sale Now for the New York Show on June 15

  When I headed off to Seattle a couple of months ago, I had no idea there were so many events I couldn’t miss while I was there. Sure, there was the Emerald… Continue reading

Eagle Rock: Drinks at Room 31

  Room 31 opened last year but I finally made it in last week. It’s in Eagle Rock within a restaurant and is accessed through a door from the parking lot. There’s a… Continue reading

Wine and Spirits Wholesalers Convention Returns to Orlando April 18-21

  Wine and Spirits Wholesalers ConventionĀ and Exposition returns to Orlando this year April 18 through 21. This year’s convention features hundreds of new products, hospitality suites, seminars, cocktail competitions, spirits and wine competitions… Continue reading

DTLA: Distillery Tour of The Spirit Guild

  The Spirit Guild in the Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles has been open about a year now. They do tours Wednesday through Sunday. Tours are currently $10 which you get a… Continue reading

Santa Monica: Pizza and More at O+O Sicilian Kitchen

  O+O Sicilian Kitchen opened in Santa Monica at the end of last year. Right by the ocean, you can find great pizza, appetizers and creative drinks.       The list sticks… Continue reading

Costa Mesa: Tapas and Drinks at Vaca

  Vaca in Costa Mesa opened at the end of 2015 and though I managed to make it in for drinks last year, I didn’t have a chance to eat there until just… Continue reading

Frogtown: Hidden Treasure at Elysian LA

  I was a little bit dumbfounded when I got to Elysian. They’ve been open for five years but I just went for the first time a few weeks ago. I’ve always known… Continue reading

Mid-City: Scott Conant’s Spaghetti is Now at The Ponte

  The Ponte from chef Scott Conant and restauranteur Stephane Bombet opened a little over a month ago. The first thing everyone asks about is if that “famous spaghetti” is on the menu.… Continue reading