Tag Archive: century city

Century City: Lasagna at Terra Eataly

  I swung by Eataly recently for a friend’s birthday party. She picked Terra, the restaurant above the gourmet grocery store. I loved the rooftop vibes and being able to gaze at the… Continue reading

Century City: Pizza at Eataly

  Eataly in Los Angeles opened right around the time when one of the owners, chef Mario Batali, was accused of sexual misconduct and assault. I decided I had to avoid it and… Continue reading

Century City: Angel’s Envy Bourbon at the InterContinental Los Angeles Hotel

  The InterContinental¬†hotel in Century City is celebrating with Angel’s Envy this month which has pledged to plant an American white oak tree for every hashtag #ae4thetrees used this month. To help, the… Continue reading

Whisky Live Returns to LA Friday, November 7

  Whisky Live returns to Los Angeles Friday, November 7 at the Hyatt Regency Century City. Tickets are on sale now.   Admission includes a tasting glass, leather-bound notebook for tasting notes, full… Continue reading

Century City: Happy Hour at Rock Sugar

After a long day of shopping, we popped into Rock Sugar for happy hour. I was delighted to find happy hour is available every day at this exotically decorated restaurant. There’s a decided… Continue reading

Century City: Trying out Hinoki & The Bird

When Hinoki & The Bird opened recently, I was pretty excited. Like many new restaurants, I started seeing pictures on Instagram and fell in love with the carefully plated plates and wonderful-looking cocktails.… Continue reading

Minty Dating Machine: The Best Sort of First Dates

The Holidays are right around the corner. As the leaves turn colors and the weather gets cooler (yes, even in LA), thoughts of who you’re going to snuggle up with seem to cross… Continue reading

The Minty’s Sexy Singles Holiday Soiree

It’s not too late to get on Santa’s nice… or naughty list!   Join The Minty for the holidays as she presents the Sexy Singles Holiday Soiree! On December 1, The Minty invites… Continue reading

Soul in the Bowl, Part I

Sometimes when you’re hungry and you’ve been shopping for hours, all you want to do is have a snack. Or a meal, especially since you’ve skipped lunch and it’s now 4 p.m. That… Continue reading

Hatchi: Around the World with Walter Manzke

I remember the first time I went to a Hatchi event at Breadbar. It was last August for Roberto Cortez’s “Unfamiliar Conflict.” I remember thinking at the time it was an omen they… Continue reading