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Bottomless Mimosa Guide: Angelina in Chicago

October 26, 2012

Off to the Windy City this weekend to cavort with some minors (ages uno and tres, so no chances of sneaking them into the bar with fake IDs quite yet). And while there will be no bottomless mimosas action for US this weekend, if were we planning on getting sloppy Sunday morning this is probably where we’d go:

Brunch Spot: Angelina Ristorante – Chicago

Bottomless Hours: Saturday 11am – 2:30pm, & Sunday 10am – 3pm

Boozy Brunch Deal: $21 Brunch Entree + Bottomless Mimosas

Menu Highlights: Our eyes and hungry guts are obsessed with this Breakfast Croissant mentioned on the menu (canadian bacon, eggs and smoked mozzarella), though the good ‘ol BLT might be just as nice. There is also french toast, a Spanish fritatta, and a selection of salads as well as some pricier pastas.

The parent of the aforementioned minors tipped us off on this boozy brunch and gave it two thumbs up. This parent, though with many life obligations these days, still has a damn good palette/appetite and a thirst for the bright orange booze, so we trust her implicitly in this recommendation. Not to mention, with menu items typically running $8-$9  each, this means your bottomless booze is only an additional $11. SUCH a good deal!

Angelina Ristorante / 3561 N. Broadway, Chicago IL / 773.935.5933 /

Halloween Guide 2012

October 25, 2012

Can’t decide whether to go with the ironic costume, the kid/furry approved giant cuddly animal,  the Downton Abbey period piece, or the slooty crop-top/butts-short get-up this Halloween? Why not fill your calendar with these Halloween events, starting tonight, and get a chance to wear them all. You can consider it research for next year’s tough costume decision.


Bigfoot Lodge East (Los Feliz): Thursday Oct 25th, 10pm – 1:45am, “Ghoul’s Night Out”. Midnight costume contest, $3 PBR, $4 Bourbon, Special Guest DJs


12 Highland (Manhattan Beach): Friday, Oct 26th, Starting at 8:00pm. ‘True Blood’ Themed Halloween party with half-off steak, silver bullets, glasses of red wine, and specialty blood orange cocktails until 10pm. We love this theme.


Dog Haus (Pasadena): Saturday, Oct 27th, 6:00pm – 2:00am. Contest for best and ‘wurst’ (hardeeharhar) costumes, DJ starting at 8pm.

213 Ventures (Downtown): Saturday, Oct 27th, Open to Close. Deals vary by location but every spot seems to have its own specialty Halloween punch available ($6 at most venues, $5 at Cana.) For a full list of venues & deals click here.

Mad Bull’s Tavern (Sherman Oaks): Saturday, Oct 27th, start-time not listed on flyer. ‘Monster Bash 2′ with many different costume contests, top prize winners earning trips for two to sin city. Reservations encouraged.

Seventy7 Cocktail Lounge (Culver City): Saturday, Oct 27th, 8:00pm – 2:00am. ‘Rocky Horror Halloween Party’. Moving showing on three screens, costume contests, and drink specials.


Pink Taco (West Hollywood): Sunday, Oct 28th, 1:00pm – 8:00pm. ‘Sunday Funday Costume Party’ with games, prizes, beer pong, hula hoop contests, board games and BOTTOMLESS MIMOSAS (until 3pm.) THEN, Tuesday Oct 30th PT will host a Dia De Los Muertos event with 2 for 1 pitchers of margs + costume contest with prizes 8-11pm.

Zombie Pub Crawl (Downtown): Sunday Oct 28th, 3pm – 11pm. The schedule includes stops at Redwood, La Cita, Bar 107, and The Down & Out and features drink specials, costume contests, and Thriller dance lessons. Come dressed in Zombie attire.


Rock & Reilly’s (West Hollywood): TWO EVENTS. Oct 30th, 8pm – Midnight, learn how to dance to MJ’s Thriller with a dance expert + chance to win one-of-a-kinda Thriller jacket. This is our favorite dance to bust out a parties, so we might just have to hit this up to perfect our moves. THEN: Oct 31st, head back to R&R for their ‘Best Worst Costume Contest’ for a chance to win a  $250 bar tab.


Mas Malo (Downtown): Wednesday, Oct 31st, Starting at 6pm. Costumes contests EVERY HOUR! Lotsa chances to win stuff!

City Sip LA (Echo Park): Wednesday, Oct 31st, 6pm – Midnight. “Freakshow” w/ fire dancing, tarot card readers, bobbing for apples and ‘freak photography’. ‘Freakish’ costumes encouraged.

PaliHouse (West Hollywood): Wednesday, Oct 31st, 9pm – 2am. A classier variety of Halloween event called a Masquerade Ball. Wear your fanciest feathered and sparkled mask + gown/tux, and dance all night to the live DJs.

Golden Road Brewery (Glendale): Wednesday, Oct 31st 7pm – Midnight. Launch of Brew & View Movie Nights with outdoor screen playing Psycho & Ghostbusters (where you should obviously sing a long ala Ray Parker Jr.) There will be some movie snacks too like popcorn and pretzels… and beer lots of beer. (Psst: this event will go down every Wednesday through December with a different movie combo each week.)

Bottomless Mimosa Guide: St. Felix

October 19, 2012

We have been trying to track down the details on the St. Felix Bottomless Mimosa Brunch for what seems like forever. Obviously our efforts were of the laziest variety: checking their website, sending twitter messages, scanning Facebook. All futile efforts for the past couple months. And then we had the bright idea to call them… JACKPOT! And all the glorious boozy information is now in our hands:

Boozy Brunch Spot: St. Felix, Hollywood

Brunching Hours: 11am – ‘whenever’ (quoted straight from our source on the phone at St. Felix) 

Bottomless Deal: $20 Bottomless Mimosas w/ Entree Purchase + Build Your Own Bloody Mary Bar (Not bottomless, cost varies depending on the ingredients you select)

Menu Highlights: No clue. There was mention from our lovely informer of ‘specialty brunch items’, and we see similar mention on their facebook page. But nary a detail is to be found. However, that Bloody Mary above looks like a meal in-and-of-itself so we’ll put that as the top brunch highlight for now. For their standard full menu of lunchy/dinnery items – check out this link.

St. Felix – Hollywood / 1602 North Cahuenga Blvd, Hollywood CA / (323) 469-5001 /


Sunday Night Suppers at Culina

October 15, 2012

Most of the Sunday suppers we’re aware of around town are casual affairs with big bowls of pastas and salads, made with inexpensive but flavorful ingredients. Very easy going without a lot of fluff.

Obviously, Culina is too stylish to serve you vats of spaghetti and Caesar salad. So when they threw their hat into the Sunday Supper ring, they did so in a way that perfectly reflects the vibe of their restaurant and food: lots of fancy courses filled with lots of delicious, fresh, and impressive ingredients.

mmmm seafood pasta

Culina Sunday Suppers

Every Sunday 6-10pm

Cost: $39/Per Person

What: 4 courses that include: antipasti, pasta, entree, & dessert 

PSST: They are offering FREE CORKAGE during Sunday Supper! Woo hoo! 

Previous Sunday Supper menus have included Gorgonzola salad, cannellini bean+ tomato pasta, roasted baby chicken and panna cotta for dessert. All sound delicious and make us all the more excited to stop on by next Sunday for din din.

For reservations call: 310.860.4000

Culina – Four Seasons Beverly Hills / 300 South Doheny Drive, LA /


$4 Gets You Drunk & Fat at Gold Room in Hipsterville

October 8, 2012

The hip USC B-school kids tipped V off to this deal the other day. Obviously very little fluff is required here, the deal speaks for itself:

The Spot: The Gold Room (Echo Park)

The Deal: $4, One PBR +  One Shot of Cheap Tequila + Free Peanuts + Free Tacos (Upon Request)

The place is a total dive, but we love that about it. Cozy up to the bar, enjoy some sports on TV, and slug back multiple rounds of PBR+Shots for super cheap. There is a minimum credit card charge of $10, so if you are using plastic you will have to commit to at least three rounds, but you were probably going to do that anyway, right?

And make sure to ask for the tacos, what they lack in quality they make up for in quantity, as we hear they are unlimited.

The Gold Room / 1558 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles / (213) 482-5259

Bottomless Mimosa Guide: The Hill

October 5, 2012

Between yesterday’s post on The Phoenix Happy Hour (La Cienega & Wilshire) and today’s post on The Hill brunch (Wilshire & Hamilton) you should be pretty well set this weekend in the BevHills/Restaurant Row part of town to get drunk+fat, on the cheap. Saving you just enough money to buy one small glass of vino at the SLS (painfully pricey, but possibly worth it for the people-watching value.) 


The Spot: The Hill Bar & Grill, Beverly Hills (East)

Brunching Hours: Sundays, 11am – 3pm

Boozey Brunch Deal: $10 Bottomless Mimosas w/ Purchase of Entree (+ $4 Bloody Marys, not bottomless though.)

Menu Highlights: No clue. They don’t have a brunch menu posted online or anywhere on the interwebs we could find so we’ll have to do some digging on this. But their standard menu looks up our alley with a variety of pizzas, tons of burger options (lamb burger – my fave!), salads, and american-style entrees like steak, porkchops, lobster ravioli, and pan seared Salmon. Really its a pretty darned large gastro-pub-ish menu. But you were only REALLY coming here for the booze anyway, right?

The Hill Bar & Grill / 8442 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles CA / (323) 951-1112 /

Happy Hour @ The Phoenix

October 4, 2012

Every time a new bar opens up in our ‘hood we get giddy with excitement – we are always looking for a new local spot to booze our weekends away. The Phoenix opened up last week in the old La Seine spot on what I guess it still called ‘Restaurant Row’ and is brought to you by the same guys as Surly goat so you know it’s gotta be good.

Knowing that we usually can’t wait for the weekend to kick off our boozing, we obviously were interested in finding out if The Phoenix had a happy hour, and hallelujah, they do.  Not only do they have a happy hour but (a) booze is priced at a wallet friendly $3 and (b) HH runs til 9pm.

Plus, we hear they’re in works for a boozy brunch. We can already tell we’re going to find ourselves here…a lot.


The Phoenix. 14 N La Cienega. (310) 289.5925. 


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