6th Annual Los Angeles Craft Beer Crawl!!! – Get Your Tickets Now!!!

July 28th, 2014 — 11:41am

Los Angeles Craft Beer Crawl Poster 2015 Final copy
Well folks, its that time of year again for our 6th annual LA Craft Beer Crawl!  The crawl will take place on Saturday, August 29th this year.  We will be selling general admission as well as early admission (1pm start time instead of 3pm), just like we have done in the past.  We will be updating our brewer list as they come, so please keep on checking back as the list grows.   This event sells out every year so get your tickets now before it’s too late!  Click here for tickets!

Current Brewers Attending So Far:
The Bruery
Dr. Jekyll’s
Figueroa Mountain
Drakes Brewing
Smog City
Angel City
Ladyface Alehouse
Goose Island
Saint Archer
Golden Road
Eagle Rock Brewery
Wolf Creek
The Dudes
New Belgium
Three Weavers
Highland Park
Portland Cider Co.
Epic Brewing
Boulevard Brewing
Noble Ale Works
Phantom Carriage
Karl Strauss
Pizza Port
Mother Earth
Oskar Blues


Golden Gopher 10 Year Anniversary! Thursday, July 10th, 8pm

July 7th, 2014 — 11:21am

Golden Gopher 10 Year Anniv Flyer
You heard me right.  It’s been a short ten years since Golden Gopher opened it’s doors.  Now ten years later we are throwing a party just for you…Well because ten years is a big deal.  In our honor, we will be offering a few specials for you and yours including a Jameson Ice Luge, free shot at midnight, complimentary photo booth all night, a Special Golden Gopher cocktail, hors d’ oeuvres and cake and an extra special slide show of how we’ve grown through the years.  So in short, join us and let’s celebrate!

Broadway Bar Gets a Bold, Beautiful New Look 6/13/14 – Urban Daddy

June 13th, 2014 — 2:52pm

Broadway Bar Pic New
Broadway Bar Gets a Bold, Beautiful New Look 6/13/14 – Urban Daddy

Nine years since Broadway Bar opened.

In LA bar years, that’s like… 60 or something.

Pretty shocking the remake took this long:

Bask in the inviting new incarnation of Broadway Bar, Downtown’s two-story citadel of couch-and-patio flirtation from the owner of Seven Grand and Honeycut, now reopen. Here’s what’s changed, and what hasn’t.

Then: A sort of kitschy spread of patterned bordello wallpaper and well-worn carpet. It looked good for a while, then it started feeling a little… Reno casino past its prime.
Now: Beautiful leather sofas. Vintage brass sconces. Walls of sexy purple, black and midnight blue. It’s not a completely different place. It’s just… better.  Read the rest here!