A once-in-a-lifetime heightened dining experience has arrived in Downtown Los Angeles—but only for the month of July. One of the most extravagant culinary events in the world, Dinner in the Sky is exactly as its name suggests: a gourmet dining experience suspended 165 feet in the air. The four and five-course menus are created by… Read more
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No need to scurry for a dinner reservation this weekend. That’s because starting Thursday, August 27, the Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival returns for its fifth year, featuring over 100 celebrated chefs, 300 wineries and 70 unique events that are sure to satisfy any palate. Complete with VIP cooking demo’s, featured guests, wine tastings… Read more
This year, LA Weekly’s Artopia 2015 is sure to surprise, inspire, and entertain, leaving one with the satisfaction of an evening well spent. The Container Yard in Downtown LA will be transformed on Thursday, April 30 for Artopia, the theme of which encompasses peace and love. Do not simply assume that you will only be transported back… Read more
The rumors have been confirmed: Soho House West Hollywood will be opening its second L.A. outpost in downtown’s blossoming Arts District in 2016. With 13 locations around the world, including New York, Miami, and Istanbul, the private, members-only club has been catering to those in the film, media and creative industries since 1995. Club founder… Read more
Is New York in a Los Angeles state of mind? Judging by the quantity of L.A. properties, specifically the revitalized downtown district, being scooped up by New York investors, it certainly seems that way. The Los Angeles Times recently published a story exploring this bi-coastal interest, pointing out that buyers are picking up or developing… Read more
Throngs of people will be flocking to downtown’s L.A. LIVE and STAPLES Center over the coming weekend, although this time, it won’t be to see the LA Kings become the 2014 Stanley Cup Champions (congratulations, team!). On Friday and Saturday, Lot 7 will light up with DTLA’s installment of 626 Night Market, North America’s largest Asian food market.
In a city boasting such rich architecture and so much film production, it’s only fitting that the two should meet. This week kicks off the fourth annual Architecture & Design Film Festival, which from March 12 – 16 will feature an array of films and lectures about architecture, design, urban planning and many of the… Read more
It was only last year that Downtown LA residents were ecstatic to have City Target open their massive 104,000sf store at FIGat7th to the retail-deprived neighborhood. What created even more excitement was that amongst standard household necessities, City Target offered groceries, booze and even a Starbucks. Since then, the local shopping center has been the leader in the local revitalization of our urban mecca and succeeded in bringing in other major retailers such as Sports Chalet and Victoria’s Secret.