With St. Patrick’s Day on Tuesday, March 17, daylight savings time giving us more light in the early evening and the James Beard Taste of America dinner returning to L.A. this summer.
Michelin-starred Chef Arika Back has quietly opened ABSteak on the ground floor of the Beverly Center.
On any given day or night Canon Drive on the corner Brighton is buzzing behind the green- hedged façade with a cacophony of laughter and clinking glasses.
Beloved American culinary icon and Francophile Julia Child spent her last years in Santa Barbara, but not before she changed the ho-hum dinner table forever by introducing American’s to her cookbook “Mastering the Art of French Cooking” and her television show “The French Chef.”
Every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Beverly Hills Farmers’ Market is packed with over 60 local farmers and nonagricultural vendors showcasing the finest and freshest produce, juices, baked goods, specialty items and more.
Little Santa Monica Boulevard’s Amalfi Coast restaurant Nerano is an exceptional spot in Beverly Hills where you can find branzino flown in three times per week from Naples and rare wines from the Campania region of Italy.
After months of anticipation, the old Au Fudge space on Melrose and Doheny has finally revealed a stunning new space by restauranteurs Matt and Marisa Hermer, who also own The Draycott in Pacific Palisades.
The setting and presentations are extraordinary, just like the An family story, and now you can dine your way through Chef Helene An’s most personal journey.
At Bedford & Burns, the Burns family carries on their tradition of feeding people, with a varied menu ranging from comfort food to seafood, with farm-to-table ingredients and time-tested recipes.
With 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. seatings, one of the premier New Year’s Eve parties will be welcomed in under a canopy of twinkling lights.