Leave it to Roy Choi to do something totally unconventional for one of America’s favorite holidays. What else would we expect from a restaurant located in a rooftop greenhouse?
Don’t miss the ever-irreverent, always funny Korean-American comedian Margaret Cho in her latest comedy tour, PsyCHO. Expect to laugh at sharp-tongued commentary on politics, religion, sexuality and her conservative mother when Cho hits the stage at The Wiltern on November 14.
Think of it as a month-long music festival all over the city. Red Bull is bringing 60 bands to play in 30 intimate LA venues every day in November. We recommend that you book your ticket now to see Kali Uchis, Rome, Fortune, Quitapenas rock out at The Legendary Park Plaza Hotel on November 15.
Thousands of visitors descend upon Olvera Street every year to indulge in one of Mexico’s most famous foods– mole. Made with nuts and seeds, dried chili peppers, spices and—of course—chocolate, this decadent sauce comes in many variations. Sample them all at La Feria de los Moles on Sunday, October 4.
Nothing says “summer in Los Angeles” like a movie and a picnic at the park…or maybe even at the cemetery. With different events offering different experiences—like food trucks, live music and DJs—the possibilities are endless. Check out one of our top picks for outdoor movie series: Street Food Cinema, Cinespia and Eat|See|Hear.
Some of the hottest bands today are stopping by LA this month, and we can’t wait to let down our hair and have a good time. We’re talking Death Cab for Cutie + Tuneyards, Ryn Weaver, Van Halen, Charli XCX + Bleachers, and Juanes. Who are you most excited to see? For more information about…