Fig & Olive Unveils Special Breast Cancer Awareness Menu
Oct06

Fig & Olive Unveils Special Breast Cancer Awareness Menu

The mood was bubbly, assisted by the refreshing champagne cocktails being served in the private room at West Hollywood’s Fig & Olive, as guests mingled in anticipation for the big event. The restaurant was unveiling its new prix fixe menu being offered during the entire month of October in support of the National Breast Cancer Foundation and breast cancer awareness month. It is available at all of the restaurant’s eight...

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Past Makes Perfect at San Francisco’s Presidio Social Club
Jun02

Past Makes Perfect at San Francisco’s Presidio Social Club

You would be hard-pressed to find a more unique setting and a stellar day-into-evening menu than at San Francisco’s Presidio Social Club. The experience starts as you walk up to what is officially known as Building 563, located at the edge of Presidio National Park. The structure was built in 1903 as a barracks and many of the architectural underpinnings remain intact. Yet although the building is authentically vintage, PSC’s menu is...

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Dinner for a Better New York Serves Up Healthier Living for Underserved Residents
May23

Dinner for a Better New York Serves Up Healthier Living for Underserved Residents

If you ask any of the 225 guests in attendance, the Dinner for a Better New York was not a case of “too many chefs spoil the broth.” Instead, it was a case of the more, the better, for the city of New York and for thousands of its residents who need assistance.   The dinner, held May 18, benefited Services for the UnderServed (SUS) and was hosted by three time James Beard-winning chef Andrew Zimmern, who called upon a number of...

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Lovely L’Ami, Luxurious Yet Cozy Addition to the LA Dining Scene
Apr29

Lovely L’Ami, Luxurious Yet Cozy Addition to the LA Dining Scene

If you’re hungering for a dining experience that is the antithesis of sleek, corporate modernity, look no further than L’Ami restaurant, which evokes a natural yet chic environment reminiscent of St. Tropez. Located in a 1930s era building across the street from the historic Brentwood Country Mart, the charming space has been a restaurant location for decades and most recently was the site of The Little Door and previously, Chez Mimi....

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Holy Cow, It’s Barbecue Done Right With Top Quality Fixings

Angelenos have no need to go to Austin anymore simply to indulge in amazing Texas barbecue. Holy Cow serves up slow smoked goodness at two convenient locations, in Culver City and in Santa Monica– and more are in store due to its smokin’ hot popularity in Southern California, despite all the other competition. Holy Cow opened in 2014, and its wide-ranging menu items have one thing in common: they only use the finest ingredients,...

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