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Six Stellar Spots To See a Show With Your Meal In Los Angeles
Along with a meal, you can enjoy Molly RIngwald singing a tune from Breakfast Club, Russian aerialists, authentic flamenco, and towering drag queens.
Demi Moore Dates Harry Morton at South Beverly Grill; Chris Brown Stalks At
The trouble-plagued pop singer’s night ended up pretty lame.
Rihanna Orders A Smile on the Rocks At Giorgio Baldi; Katy Perry Fights With
The singer showed off her new grill at her favorite Italian restaurant.
The Writer’s Room: Now Open to the Public in Hollywood
Bartender Daniel Nelson is concocting a cocktail program based on L.A.’s international restaurants.
Johnny Depp Tumbles at 25 Degrees; Goldie and Kurt Lunch at Locanda de Lago
The great actor sounds like he was pretty pickled as he fell (twice!) in Hollywood before getting stuffed into a car.
After The Oscars, We’re All Going To James Franco’s Place
The star is hosting both The Oscars and an after-party at his new place behind supperclub L.A.
Fever for Lefebvre
Ludo Catering Elton John’s Oscars Bash; James Franco Opens a Not-So-Secret Bar a
Ludo Lefebvre is cooking for the 19th annual party, while Franco’s own underground venue gets exposed.
A Look Into supperclub Hollywood
The Amsterdam transplant comes off like an adult Medieval Times for everyone sick of the drive to Vegas.
Angel’s: Another Supper Club Menu Goes South For the Winter
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.
Clifton’s Broker Ed Rosenthal Found Alive; Dole Heir Sued For Sexual Harrassment
The Downtown broker and poet survives six days without food or water, while Justin Murdock has charges filed against him from a former hire.
Library Bar Serves Food; Supper Will Be Liberated at Guelaguetza
Fall Restaurant Preview: Where and What To Eat
L.A.’s fall’s openings are exciting enough to distract us from Nancy Silverton burgers and Michael Voltaggio’s plans.