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See You at LA Beer Fest

Spring is here and that means something here in Downtown L.A. No, not baby birds. No, not the changing of the leaves. Spring means it’s time for L.A.’s 9th Annual Beer Festival. The celebration of the classic beverage put together by the good folks at Drink, Eat, Play. The LA

Los Angeles Biergarten: 100 Beers On Tap

With the temperatures rising, The Los Angeles Biergarten is the ideal spot to watch a game, grab some of Downtown’s favorite beers, and catch up with some old friends and make some new friends at the bar or at their main dining room. "For the most part the atmosphere at the

Mezcalero Makes It On Broadway

Photo By Rush Varela It seems that 510 South Broadway has always housed a Mexican restaurant, or at least a restaurant serving Mexican-like food. It was once home to El Huarache Veloz, a local chain known as much for its authentic antojitos as for its sluggish service. Before that, it was


It's every biker for himself as families glide down the streets of Downtown passing historical landmarks; which include some of the most interesting architectural wonders Downtown has to offer. Interactive games, historic tours, and live entertainment are all part of this semi self guided bike tour, that keeps growing and growing

The GAY Rights of Bar Mattachine

  Bar Mattachine, honors a gay rights group founded in 1950, the Mattachine Society and the group’s leader, Harry Hay. He was a prominent gay rights activist in American History and he founded the Mattachine Society leading it to become the first sustained gay rights group in the United States. The

Vive la France Celebrating Bastille Day

Storm three of the most delightful French eateries in Downtown this 14th of July, and celebrate the French Revolution of 1789 and the end of tyranny, when the French people decided they wanted to eat more than just cake. Historic Core: Crepes Sans Frontieres Live art, music and savory crepes this year from Crêpes Sans

TABACHINES COCINA: Taste the Passion

Imagine the perfect bite: created to fulfill the soul with complimenting textures, harmonized flavors, and visual beauty. The Torre de Tostada is exactly that. Five layers containing impeccably seasoned black beans, vibrant guacamole, fresh papas con chorizo, creamy requeson and juicy chicken tinga. Tabachines Cocina, on 5th and Spring Street, has

Spread Mediterranean Kitchen

Feeling like a Sultan or royal Saudi princess? Then you must have had a recent dine in experience at Spread Mediterranean Kitchen, Downtown’s new fine-casual dining experience brought to us by Brandon Parker and Dan Coury. After noticing an interesting restaurant trend spreading across America, fast, new, healthy, fine gourmet with a