Remember last year? If you do then you know Casey’s St.Patrick’s Day Street Festival is not something to miss. There’ll be food, drinks & games. Featuring some of LA’s finest DJ’s including DJ Aaron Castle, DJ Waldo & DJ Timmy Two Shoes! Entrance at Wilshire & Hope. We are offering free general admission before 1pm, $10 GA after 1pm and a $40 VIP ticket allowing you access to the Casey’s space. 6am – 2am on Monday, March 17th. That’s right it’s on a Monday so get there at early and drink plenty of water. God forbid you should end up passing out in one of the planters on the outside of an adjacent building. Believe me, I’ve seen it. Will be good times so come and show your Irish pride!
The Golden Gopher Craft Beer Society: Featuring Beertender LA – Home Brewing Spotlight! – Monday, March 10, 5-8pm
Have you ever been curious about how to brew your own beer? On Monday, March 10th from 5-8pm Beertender LA will be coming to the Golden Gopher to show us how to get our home brew on. Beertender LA is a home brewing consultancy specializing in teaching the basics of brewing beer, bottling, kegging, partying, and building camaraderie through the joy of brewing! They’re going to show us all the stuff you want to know about making your own beers, plus they’re ready to tackle all of your beer and brewing questions.
(Also, they may or may not be brewing a beer with us. It may or may not be a Golden Ale. The guys will be returning in April to show us what we may or may not have made. You follow…?)
Come. Learn. Drink Beer. Have fun. So, so simple.
Click the link below to reserve a spot and so that we know you’re coming. We’re looking forward to hanging out with you and the gang from Beertender LA. ( Big Time!)
See you on Monday. Cheers!
Essential Cocktails, Week 4: The Margarita
If you’re like me, your first encounter with a Margarita was the sports bar or Mexican chain restaurant variation: fruit flavored concoctions made with prefab triple sec and a mystery mix. Amiright? Prepare to have your mind blown. Turns out the perfect Margarita isn’t made with pre-packaged triple sec or mix and doesn’t taste like a tequila-laced slushee.
I had Las Perlas general manager Raul Yrastorza confirm. And he would know; he’s had a love affair with tequila ever since he lived in San Diego in the late ‘80s, hopping the border pretty frequently. In 1998, he opened El Carmen, the first tequila-dedicated bar in Los Angeles. Fast-forward to when 213 Nightlife’s Cedd Moses was thinking of opening an agave-focused bar of his own downtown, and naturally, he recruited Yrastorza. Read the rest here!