What were Los Angeles’s hottest New Year’s Eve fine-dining spots last year — and how are these restaurants making this year’s experiences even more spectacular? SAP’s groundbreaking new data service, SAP Digital Consumer Insight, recently reviewed Reserve’s most popular fine-dining locations across the LA metro area to help people plan for New Year’s Eve 2016. The data showed that Ostrich Farm, Salt Air and Barrique were the most crowded at midnight. “Our restaurants will typically see a large spike in activity around New Year’s Eve,” said Greg Hong, CEO and cofounder of Reserve, the country’s premier hospitality technology platform. “One …
It’s often hard to accept the end of summer — gone are long days, plentiful sunshine, and weekends at the beach — but there’s actually so many things to enjoy when colder weather moves through. One of our favorite fall and winter perks? Beer selection is at its peak with many seasonal varieties. Even if a brew isn’t your thing, there’s plenty of tasty “beer”-based cocktails cropping up on menus this time of year.
Whether you’re a visitor or a local, Downtown LA has transformed from taco carts and ramen joints into a progressive food scene worth sinking your fork into. Check out this list of great restaurants to try next time you’re scoping out where to eat in DTLA.
Summer may be winding down, but it’s still plenty nice out to enjoy tasty eats and drinks on al fresco patios in LA! Soak up the last of the warm weather, and welcome cooler days with friends and a beverage (or several) at one of these great spots with outdoor space.
Corn dishes in LA come in so many forms — grilled, popped, baked, boiled and more — and we can’t get enough! Looking for some amazing ways to enjoy the bright yellow veggie? Check out these 4 different preparations to make summer in LA that much sweeter.
We’re used to waking up to all kinds of eggs — scrambled, fried or sunny side — to jumpstart our mornings. It’s time our lunches and mid-afternoon breaks were filled with them, too! From deviled eggs to decadent pasta sauces, these perfect little proteins are delighting us from dawn to dusk.
Have your berries and drink them, too, with cocktails in LA! Fruit and veggie-based drinks are all the rage this summer. Whether you’re into grapefruit, pineapple, lemons, oranges or even tomatoes, grab the sunscreen and get ready to quench that healthy thirst.
Boiled, fried, grilled or baked, there are lots of ways to enjoy one of our favorite seafood delights — shrimp. Because these crustaceans are easy to fish for, they’ve been a (tasty) mainstay on restaurant menus around the world for years Today, the nation’s top chefs are continuing to answer the call, creating all sorts of ways for you to dig into this beloved “fruit of the sea.”
Looking to change it up for your next girls’ night out in LA? Cocktails, great food, cool settings — these LA hot spots have it all. So circle up with your closest friends, and head out to catch up at these awesome restaurants:
Burrata, a farm-fresh cheese imported directly from Southern Italy, is one food trend we hope is here to stay. If you haven’t yet tried the cheesy delight, what on earth are you waiting for? Made from mozzarella and cream and meaning “buttery” in Italian, burrata has a smooth, soft texture and a subtle flavor that’s still rich and satisfying. Here are 4 bangin’ spots to get burrata in LA.