Tag Archive: drinks

DTLA Dive Bar Crawl Recap

  Last Friday, I made my way over to King Eddy’s Saloon, one of Los Angeles’ oldest bars. It was started before Prohibition and has been serving wizened livers for decades. I walked… Continue reading

San Diego: Drinks at Lou & Mickey’s

  After the Chefs versus Bloggers panel, we headed out to Lou & Mickey’s across the street from the San Diego convention center to get drinks. My friend had her usual- an old… Continue reading

DTLA: Villains Tavern

  Villains Tavern opened last year and I knew I wanted to check it out because it was being described as “steampunk.” I have a thing for bits and bobs and thought the… Continue reading

Hollywood: Next Door Lounge Now Open

  Next Door Lounge opened last week next to the Corner and across the street from AMMO. Owned by the same folks as the Corner, I was a bit surprised the Next Door… Continue reading

West LA: Bruhaus Now Open

Bruhaus in West LA is now open. I was invited to come check out the pub which serves a wide range of craft beers along with a huge menu of ten different sausages… Continue reading

Hollywood: Library Bar at the Roosevelt

I first met Matt Biancaniello of the Library Bar at the Roosevelt at Test Kitchen last fall. At the time, I knew of the Library Bar but had not gone in. I told… Continue reading

Baz Luhrmann: Show at the Barre

For the Record: Baz Luhrmann is playing through June at Show at the Barre. I attended a couple of weeks ago because not only do I love musicals, I love Baz Luhrmann. I… Continue reading

Hollywood: Spare Room

After dinner at Public Kitchen and Bar at the Roosevelt, we headed upstairs to the Spare Room. Aidan Demerast developed the cocktail program for the stylish bar which includes a 2-lane bowling alley.… Continue reading

UK: Craft Cocktail Bars in London

People tend to imagine the UK as the place for warm beer and your best bet is to get wine while on vacation there. I tended towards cider however if I found myself… Continue reading

UK: Bob Bob Ricard

Press for champagne. Oooh, really? It’s like those buttons at Korean restaurants in LA except, maybe even better. I first heard about Bob Bob Ricard from Catty’s post sometime last Fall. This was… Continue reading