April 9th, 2013 — 10:27am
RAW GERONIMO is a living breathing organism all of it’s own. It began as the alive and kicking progeny of Laena Geronimo, singer/song-writer/multi-instrumentalist. In early 2011 Geronimo gathered a dozen of her songs and five fellow musically-obsessed friends and the sextet was born. Since then, the band has quickly built a reputation for their mesmerizing live tribal seance, epic ballads and high-energy performances. Free admission and its 21+.
Take a listen here: https://www.facebook.com/RawGeronimo/app_178091127385
April 8th, 2013 — 10:49am
Limited edition Seven Grand collaboration whiskies (Woodford, Four Roses Cask, & Henry McKenna 10) available for purchase at the 8th Street Bottle Shop inside of the Golden Gopher bar. Head on in and get yours today. While they are still available!
April 3rd, 2013 — 2:34pm
Hello fellow beer lovers!
Please join us on Monday, April 8th at 7pm for the Golden Gopher’s Beer Society with Golden Road Brewing!
Omar Douglas from Golden Road will be tasting you on 7 of Golden Road Brewing’s amazing brews:
- Wolf Among Weeds IPA
- It’s Not Always Sunny In LA Black IPA
- Point The Way IPA
- Get Up Offa’ That Brown
- Big Le Brahski Imperial Stout
- Berliner Weisse
“Golden Road Brewing started as a response to a simple question: How can we give a city as energetic & vibrant as L.A. a craft brewing tradition to match its personality?
Golden Road Brewing was founded in 2011 by Tony Yanow (of local beer-focused restaurants Tony’s Darts Away & Mohawk Bend) & Meg Gill (formerly of Oskar Blues Brewery & Speakeasy Ales & Lagers)…They immediately realized they shared a vision around building a brewery to deliver fresh beer to locals.”
For more information on Golden Road Brewing pelase go to: goldenroad.la
Hope to see you all there!
GM Golden Gopher
April 3rd, 2013 — 12:55pm
“The 12 Best Classic Los Angeles Restaurants”, 4/3/23 – LAist
Restaurants can sometimes open and close within what seems like the blink of an eye, only to be replaced by something else as fleeting. In a city that is constantly fighting its own reputation as having no history, when it comes to restaurants that withstand the test of time, we have an impressive slate of venerable veteran dining spots. From the birthplace of a sandwich classic (and the rivalry that came with it) to longtime celebrity hideaways and a few places for plates of meat and stiff drinks in between, we’ve got our picks for the best classic restaurants in L.A. Read the article in its entirety and see Cole’s at the top!