April 16th, 2013 — 2:37pm
Hello nightlife consumers!
Finally California may be getting smart! Sign the petition (found in the link below) & PLEASE pass it along to EVERYONE you know!
Long over due for change in our existing Alcohol laws in the State of California, we’ve been supporting an effort to change the current Sales/Consumption hour of 2am to a later hour. Well…. Senator Mark Leno has proposed a bill SB635 to do just that!
WE NEED YOUR HELP! We have to obtain thousands of signatures showing support for this proposed bill by April 17th, 2013, so we need for each of you to sign the petition and to forward this post and the following link to ALL of your friends, email subscribers and family in California and encourage them to sign it! It’s simple and easy to do, just sign and send!
Thank you All for your support! Let’s do this!
April 15th, 2013 — 12:54pm
All Scene Eye Co-Presents The orchestra pop band of quirkiness who call themselves Kind Hearts and Coronets will be live in The Backroom at Casey’s every Friday in June. We are so happy to have them grace us with their debut and we could not be happier. Well maybe a bit happier with a Jameson pickle back in our hand but that is beside the point. Kind Hearts and Coronets are an amazing band that make beautiful noise. Come and enjoy wonderful music with no cover.
April 15th, 2013 — 11:08am
This coming Tuesday, April 16th at 7pm, we will be hosting “Johnnie The Scot” Mundell from Morrison/Bowmore coming in to taste and educate us on the full Auchentoshan line: the 3 Wood, 12yr, 18yr, 21yr, and Valinch, a Limited Release Cask Strength offering. A Welcome Punch will be served at 6:30, come early and get a good seat. Tasting starts at 7pm, in the Jackalope Room.
Latecomers will not be seated, but can wait to meet Johnnie after the event. Guest bartender Lisa Selman will be pouring out specially priced samples after the tasting, until our house band, The Maker’s start up at 10pm.
Important: This is a “Glasgow-themed” event, Johnnie is requiring that guests must wear Green or Blue in order to be admitted.
Attendance will be capped at 35 people, with preference given to paid-up members and their guest.
RSVP on the link below, don’t miss this one. If I know Johnnie The Scot, he has some tricks up his sleeve.
For more information on the Seven Grand Whiskey Society, hit the link beneath my signature. Memberships are $120 a year, allow you to bring a guest to any event, and can be purchased at the bar. If you’re not a member, no worries, first one is on us.
We also offer private tastings, hit the flight menu link below for more info on that.
Your RSVP gets you in, but doesn’t assure you a seat. Come early and get cozy with your neighbor.
We look forward to seeing you. Feel free to forward this email to a friend.
Pedro, currently sipping a Peroni.
Spirit Guide, Seven Grand Whiskey Bar
Co-curator, Whiskey Society L.A.
April 15th, 2013 — 10:22am
“The Varnish: Cocktails in LA” 4/12/13 – LosAngeles.com
In the back of a dining room in Cole’s French Dip downtown, an unmarked door leads into the celebrated LA cocktail bar the Varnish.
The bar has a smokey, old-timey atmosphere, in the speakeasy style. Its beautiful décor—lots of tile and brass, and low, yellow lighting—recall an LA of ages long past.
Eric Alperin, co-owner and chief bartender of the Varnish, is credited as one of the forefathers of the burgeoning mixology movement in Los Angeles. Speakeasies with complex drink menus seem to be popping up everywhere, but Alperin is no follower. He’s truly an OG in the mixology game. Read more!