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Best Champagne Bars in Southern California

June 19, 2017

While any good bartender can make a delicious Champagne cocktail, great ones are much harder to find. The following is a list of best Champagne bars recommended. While it is by no means a complete guide, its should help you get started on your search and even help you find suitable refuge while you’re traveling. Bar Marmont The Chateau Marmont, 8221 Sunset Blvd, Hollywood, CA. Hotel bar is located in a renovated 1920’s Hollywood landmark. (photo: Chateau Marmont) LUCQUES LUCQUES 8474…

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7 Delicious Things You Must Eat at Disneyland

February 1, 2017

Disneyland has always held a special place in my heart.  As a born and raised Southern Californian, Disneyland was only a thirty minute drive from my house.  I was lucky enough to have my aunt who worked there and was willing to save a sign-in to the parks for my parents and I every year for my birthday.  In my sophomore year of high school, my dad gave me an annual passport so I could go to the parks so…

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Sawtelle Japantown is a slice of Japanese culture on the Westside of Los Angeles

June 1, 2016

Formerly known as Little Osaka, Sawtelle Japantown is a slice of Japanese culture on the Westside located minutes from Santa Monica. The historic neighborhood has become a foodie paradise, home to authentic Japanese restaurants, modern eateries, artisan coffee and ramen shops like the wildly popular Tsujita. Eclectic shopping includes the pop culture emporium Giant Robot, vintage fashion, Japanese design and historic nurseries. After hours, you can enjoy sake pubs and karaoke studios.  If you never explored the neighborhood and you’re…

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Exploring Tortilla Jo’s Bottomless Mimosa Brunch in Downtown Disney

April 3, 2016

Where’s the best bottomless mimosa brunch in Downtown Disney? Search no more, we may have found your next Sunday funday location. Downtown Disney just became the happiest place to have brunch.  That’s right, you can now enjoy bottomless mimosas with a fabulous Mexican cuisine at Tortilla Jo’s.  Just in time too, don’t you think?  With Mother’s Day around the corner and summer soon approaching us, rolling out of bed on the weekends will have its perks–like feasting on a delicious…

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Restaurants

The Pizza Studio Makes Its Way To Lake Forest, Orange County

April 2, 2016

Pizza Studio, the Los Angeles-based pizza franchise founded in 2013 makes it’s way to Lake Forest, South Orange County.  The fast-casual concept allows you to create your own pizza using five types of dough, different sauces, cheeses  and a number of vegetables and meats, that employees help put together in front of you. The pizzas are cooked in about 2 minutes in a self-ventilating conveyor oven. The order process is not only easy and convenient, but you get great quality and taste for the…

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Visit Yosemite This Spring for Waterfalls and Wildflowers

March 25, 2016

Yosemite Valley is experiencing one of its wettest winters in more than four years, making this spring the ideal time to visit for waterfalls and wildflowers. Make sure to swing by early in the season to see the ephemeral falls that are at their fullest this time of the year. Among these brief, but stunning attractions, are Horsetail Fall and Ribbon Fall. Yosemite’s most iconic waterfall, Yosemite Falls, whose multiple cascades can be seen from numerous places around the valley,…

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Celebrate the Holiday Season “Temecula Chilled” Style

November 18, 2015

Temecula Valley, a boutique, picturesque wine country just about an hour from every major city in Southern California, is everything you dream a destination should be for the holidays. Carolers, horse-drawn carriages, twinkling lights, outdoor ice skating, live theater performances…the entire town gets into the festivities themed “Temecula Chilled” and decorated with winter snowflakes. The hotels offer fresh baked cookies and hot cocoa that can be enjoyed next to their beautifully decorated tree in each hotel lobby. Temecula Valley features…

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