Author Archives: Michael
After a 20 year hiatus, Disneyland brought their fabled Electrical Parade back for another stroll down Main Street. This Sunday, August 20, the show will head back to the warehouse again. Continue reading
The build your own pizza trend is sweeping LA and Firenza is bringing high quality, fully customizable pizzas to downtown. The first Southern California location for the national pizza chain opens today. Continue reading
Just imagine this LA summer night: You’re nestled on a blanket with friends; nomming on some succulent burgers, tacos, and barbecue; and enjoying the mesmerizing flicker of one of your favorite films on a huge ass screen. Welcome to Street Food Cinema 2017. Continue reading
California Pizza Kitchen, more affectionately known as CPK, has opened their latest location in Westfield Century City. Along with beloved pies like the classic BBQ Chicken Pizza, CPK is shaking up the menu with a signature burger called the WCB Continue reading
Market City Caffe in Burbank ie featuring a mid-day service that makes it easy to get a lunch that’s the quality of a full service restaurant in about the time you could be in and out of a fast food place. Continue reading
Filled with celebrities, balloons, and dozens of marching bands, the Hollywood Christmas Parade is one of the biggest Christmas parades in America. 2016 marked the 85th observation of this Southern California holiday tradition.
The Hollywood Hotel is among the many groups that partner with the parade to wrangle the balloons as the parade proceeds through the streets of Hollywood. This year, they extended a special offer to their guests to join the parade team as a balloon wrangler.
I was invited to join the Hollywood Hotel balloon team to get a behind the scenes look at the parade. Here’s a recollection of that experience! Continue reading
Today only — Thursday, July 14 — guests can score one duo combo with standard toppings from the recently opened Burgerim. The combo includes fries and a small drink. Continue reading
In this review, I’m looking back at a multidimensional event that took the music and animation to the next level: On June 4, 2016, the classic animations of the Silly Symphonies were paired with the live sound of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. Continue reading
Chef-owners Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken have turned the Downtown LA location of their Border Grill restaurant into a battle ground for Latin Street Food.
In a series of events aptly titled “Tuesday Night Latin Street Food Fights”, the duo has turned taco Tuesday into a bracketed competition to see which Latin cultures cuisine will reign supreme. Continue reading
This weekend, A Bask Kitchen — which recently opened on the Redondo Beach Pier’s International Boardwalk — is celebrating the festival of San Fermin and the running of the bulls with live viewings along with food and beverage specials.