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17 Fantastic Wine Bars to Sip, Swirl, and Drink in Los Angeles

City Guide Los Angeles February 25, 2016 0 Comments

It’s a better time than ever to get into wine. Some of the best winemaking regions on earth are in Los Angeles’s backyard. The Napa Valley Cabernet, or Central Valley Pinot Noir, has become as essential to California’s cuisine as our fresh produce. As such, the city is brimming with sommeliers excited to introduce us to the more unique wine…

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Brooklyn Brewery Looking to Leave Williamsburg Due to High Costs

City Guide New York February 25, 2016 0 Comments

It’s scouting Industry City and Sunset Park. In news separate from the potential 7-year nights and weekend L train shutdown, homegrown craft beer purveyor Brooklyn Brewery is looking at options to leave Williamsburg, according to a report from Crain’s. The brewery, which currently makes most of its beers upstate, is scouting places like Industry City in Sunset Park and the…

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Here is a Sneak Peek Inside Temerario

City Guide New York February 25, 2016 0 Comments

The Black Ant team brings Mexican street food to Chelsea Here is a look around Temerario, opening Friday in Chelsea. The restaurant is the latest venture from the Jorge Guzman Hospitality Group (Ofrenda, Gardënia, Black Ant) and focuses on Mexican street food. The chef is Mario Hernandez, cocktails are by Christopher Reyes, and the room speaks for itself. Take a look…

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Pasadena's Massive Happy Hour, Kali Launches Lunch, and More A.M. News

City Guide Los Angeles February 25, 2016 0 Comments

Plus Silver Lake’s newest coffee shop. It’s Old Pasadena Happy Hour Week Well, not yet. Happy Hour Week is going down from March 1 to March 14 (yep, two weeks), and is offering the chance to drink for cheap(er) at 25 area venues and restaurants, including Green Zone, Lucky Baldwin’s, Meat District Co., Der Wolfskopf, and more. Kali launches lunch Recent…

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