Along with a meal, you can enjoy Molly RIngwald singing a tune from Breakfast Club, Russian aerialists, authentic flamenco, and towering drag queens.
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The trouble-plagued pop singer's night ended up pretty lame.
The singer showed off her new grill at her favorite Italian restaurant.
Bartender Daniel Nelson is concocting a cocktail program based on L.A.'s international restaurants.
The great actor sounds like he was pretty pickled as he fell (twice!) in Hollywood before getting stuffed into a car.
The star is hosting both The Oscars and an after-party at his new place behind supperclub L.A.
Ludo Lefebvre is cooking for the 19th annual party, while Franco's own underground venue gets exposed.
The Amsterdam transplant comes off like an adult Medieval Times for everyone sick of the drive to Vegas.
While First & Hope might be ditching some of the Southern theatrics, Angel's comes out with a menu of hush puppies, mac and cheese, and fried chicken, designed by chef Gena Bell.
The Downtown broker and poet survives six days without food or water, while Justin Murdock has charges filed against him from a former hire.
L.A.'s fall's openings are exciting enough to distract us from Nancy Silverton burgers and Michael Voltaggio's plans.