Where to eat, what to do and where to stay in the City of Angels
Here’s your personal guide to L.A.’s finest food, hotels, must-see sites and the best areas for shopping. We’ve got interviews with the city’s best restaurateurs, famous residents and most respected chefs. You’ll get acquainted with sought-after menus in the city and return from your trip a refined foodie.
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FRANCE: Bardot Brasserie
Michael Mina’s new restaurant pays homage to Parisian brasserie favorites, featuring indulgences such as roasted bone marrow with bacon marmalade, a roving shellfish cart and, of course, to-die-for steak frites. The French-inspired interior brings out an alluring atmosphere reminiscent of ... More
Grab a friend or ten and head to spots that can cater to a crowd
Cuisine: MexicanNeighborhood: ChinatownPrice: $$$ out of $$$$Combination of lively bar scene and great Mexican food, all underground in the heart of Chinatown. Fabulous cocktails feed the fun vibe and New York farm-fresh Mexican fare from chef Steven Menter.
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Check out the coolest places to go, from nightclubs and bars to hotels and restaurants
Since it opened nearly 50 years ago in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, Caesars Palace has become the most recognizable resort-casino in the world. The 85-acre property consistently ranks among the top luxury resorts internationally, renowned for its posh ... More
New York’s finest raised their glasses to life and business strategist and best-selling author Tony Robbins at the launch party for his new book, Money: Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom
Last night at Catch restaurant, New York’s elite celebrated bestselling author and life and business strategist Tony Robbins on the launch of his new book, Money: Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom. Hosted by DuJour magazine’s Jason Binn and Invicta Watches, the star-studded soirée was joined by the likes ... More
Check out romantic spots that provide an elegant dose of atmosphere alongside delicious meals
Cuisine: American (New)Neighborhood: East VillagePrice: $$$ out of $$$$ Eleven Mad alum chef Thomas Chen has blended his classic training and Chinese-American upbringing to this casual but oh-so-elevated East Village spot.
Cuisine: American (New)Neighborhood: Lower East SidePrice: $$$$ out of $$$$ In a ... More
Stars and media moguls alike share their favorite memories of eating at the iconic restaurant
“I can’t believe it’s 25 years. It’s like it’s been 25 minutes,” said renowned publisher Joni Evans, a devoted Michael’s New York customer who remembers when the restaurant opened in 1989 on the Italian Pavilion grounds. “It was the place to be seen when you were in ... More