Jazz club The Back Room gets a reprieve from development.
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Free champagne, reasonable pre-fixe dinners, and cover-free parties are out there if you look closely.
If you have some catching up to do on L.A.'s craft beer scene, here's your chance to try unlimited pours of 300 labels.
The Rush Street owners are opening a slightly more adult bar and restaurant in Culver City.
Whether you're a super-fan or a dilettante, The Superbowl is always a great chance to eat a lot.
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Fingers foods and microbrews will reign at the second, more sophisticated project from the Culver City restaurant.
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Deejays, karaoke, discount drinks, and football nights sound more like Rush Street than Prince Street.
The young pop singer might have dodged criminal charges by bailing the scene.
The team plans a casual pub-centric beer bar, but can it throw off the frat-pack scent of too much Axe body-spray?
Tequila had a great year in L.A. and now has its own "holiday."
Hollywood's hottest Italian has a new attraction and two restaurants acquire liquor licenses.
New Orleans drink specials and masked bead throwers will come to Culver.
L.A. chefs tell us what their favorite candy is to eat and pass out.
Rush Street adds booze and brats to weekend mornings, and Bento opens for lunch in Northeast L.A.