A one night stand in L.A. may have lead to a baby for a soccer superstar, while Baltic divers unearth 200 year-old bubbly.
The star bartender will preview new drinks for Rivera and the future R26.
The Motley Crue singer was celebrating a new album called "Tatoos and Tequila" while the Top Chef horndog is making his HBO debut.
Craig Trager focuses on classic cocktails and beloved beer in the former home of gloomy Goldfingers.
The state will test out mandatory breath monitors for convicted drunk drivers and federal limits on lead might be exceeded in the nation's kiddie beverages.
L.A. biggest critic offers a Japanese movie at L.A.'s film festival and The Bruins provide for hungry students.
Gourmet's grande dame loves social networking while chefs at the top of their game look to new markets in the Middle East.
L.A.'s favorite burger goes eastward while college kids are acting really stupid even before they're drunk.
Joseph Brooke will welcome his mentor, as well as bartenders from San Francisco and Australia.
Tar Pit finally puts its excellent cocktails and bar eats on discount.
New Orleans manages a fresh catch despite ocean disaster and a famous actress thinks she could have been a restaurateur.
Insider tips, chef-driven deals, and real dive bars get a spotlight.
Bobby Green pleads a historical case for whiskey and rye.
Owner Onil Chibás smartly breaks drinks down into ingredient categories.
Winners get a feature in Mutineer Magazine and $250 credit at the Redondo restaurant.
Food manufacturing sites could use more oversight and Pismo Beach serves a decadent dessert.
A hyper-specific spirit bar comes from Bigfoot Lounge's owners.
David Kupchinsky is promoted at Mark Peel's supper club.
A shooting at Valley Village was far from random and The Colonel introduces a new sandwich that seems to defy the new health laws.
A 20-year old golfer gets a fast food commercial contract and a famous jam-maker is slashing 700 jobs.