Weekend Events: November 1-November 3

From wine tasting to movie nights to Dia de Los Muertos! We have the perfect medley of things to do this weekend for you! Halloween events will be over soon, so what better way to spend that freed up time than at these fun-filled events to unwind from your hectic weekly schedules. Take a look!

Friday November 1, 2019

1. Substance Music Festival
Location: Los Angeles Theater. 615 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90014
Time: 7:00 PM

This fall Spaceland Presents and Restless Nites are proud to bring to Los Angeles a unique two-night event that will transform the historic Los Angeles Theatre into a tightly curated sonic oasis featuring some of the very best electronic, post-punk and darkwave acts around.

2.  Dark Karnival: Dia de Los Muertos
Location: The Mayan. 1038 South Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Time: 9PM

Opulent Temple and The Cruz Coalition present the 7th Annual Dark Karnival 2019: Dia de Los Muertos Edition at The Mayan Theatre, LA on Friday, November 1, 2019. Featuring 3 rooms of music and dancing with a supernatural lineup of Guest DJs and Local Heroes.

Get your tickets here

3. A Night of R & B
Location: Apt 503 Lounge. 3680 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90010
Time: 10 pm

For two years, our company’s primary focus has been to create a safe, interactive, loving & fun space for lovers of R&B to party, drink & network. On November 1st, we celebrate our return to Los Angeles, R&B music & most importantly YOU (yes, you reading this!). Without you, none of this is possible.

Saturday November 2, 2019

1.Dia de Los Muertos
Location: Hollywood Forever. 6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90038
Time: 12 pm- 11:59 pm

Hollywood Forever’s 20th annual Dia de Los Muertos celebration will take place on Saturday, November 2nd, 2019. This year, our guiding theme is the Monarch Butterfly and its winter home, the Mexican state of Michoacán. Michoacán is also one of the two cultural heartlands in Mexico where the ancient traditions of Dia de Los Muertos have been celebrated the longest and most vibrantly.

Get more information and tickets here

2. Craftsman Weekend
Location: Pasadena, CA
Time: 9 am

A tribute to Pasadena’s unique contributions to the American Arts & Crafts Movement, Craftsman Weekend is the largest most comprehensive celebration of the Craftsman Movement in the Western United States. The Weekend’s offerings will include a tour of significant Craftsman-era houses, a variety of bus and walking tours, an Exposition Show & Sale of over 40 exhibitors featuring antique and contemporary furniture and decorative arts, a silent auction, presentations and exclusive receptions at historic sites.

Get more information here

3. Float Like A Butterfly- Irish Screen America
Location: 8556 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211

Irish Screen America, in conjunction with Ireland Week is delighted to invite you to our Los Angeles screening of Float Like A Butterfly & Local Short Film Showcase. The film will be preceded by a welcoming reception at 6:30pm, local short films, and the feature will be followed by a Q&A.

Get the schedule and tickets here

Sunday November 3, 2019

1. Raw Wine
Location: 1145 South San Pedro St, Los Angeles, CA 90015
Time: 10 am- 6 pm

Raw wine is a celebration of some of the best wine talent in the world. They produce natural, organic and biodynamic wines, all with few if any additives in the cellar. They are pure, kind to the planet, very possibly better for your health and best of all absolutely delicious.

Get more information here

2. Friendship Buddies
Location: 3408 Verdugo Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90065
Time: 8 pm

Friendship Buddies is a stand-up comedy show featuring the best comics in Los Angeles & from all over. Starting at 8PM, come enjoy comedy & craft beer & cocktails & friendship!

3. Melrose Rooftop Theatre
Location: 603 N La Cienaga Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069
Time: 8 pm- 10 pm

The Melrose Rooftop Theatre is a unique outdoor movie experience attached to the property occupied by E.P. & L.P. with entry via the lobby at 603 N La Cienega Boulevard, West Hollywood.

Get your tickets here

LA Eats: Top 10 Coffee Bars in LA

Now that the days are getting colder, a delicious cup of coffee to warm you up sounds really nice. The ambiance of the coffee shop is just as important as your cup of joe. We selected 10 coffee bars in the Los Angeles area that we feel will not only get you the best coffee in town but also that homey autumn vibe that makes us all feel warm and snug this time of year!

1. Coffee Commissary
Location: 3121 W Olive Ave, Burbank, CA 91505 (& six others)

The Burbank location is the only branch that has a full kitchen, meaning you can find fried chicken sandwiches, breakfast burritos and impressive house-baked goods on a daily basis! The growing chain now keeps studio workers well-caffeinated throughout TV, film, and radio production. It roasts mostly West Coast roasters and serves all cups with foamy panache.

 

2. Eightfold Coffee
Location: 1294 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

This coffee bar looks like it is was made to appear on lifestyle blogs. The kind you just want to cozy up in with a book and a cup of joe, especially on these cold autumn days! The airy space, sports white walls (including white brick), a tile-backed marble bar, and wood-bench seating. Baristas brew Heart Coffee in vac spots, with a La Marzocco espresso machine. The cold brews are served in glasses big enough to keep you awake for two days straight!

3. Espresso Cielo
Location: 1431 2nd St, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Espresso Cielo has two locations, each just a few blocks from the beach. With an antique clock, marble countertops and sky blue styling this will quickly become your new coffee oasis.

4. Intelligentsia
Location: 3922 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90029

The coffee is roasted in nearby Glassell Park, the quality remains good given the high volume, and the signature Angeleno beverage is as popular as ever, featuring a quadruple shot of espresso shaken with milk, agave, and ice.

5. Rubies & Diamonds
Location: 6115 Sunset Blvd #150, Los Angeles, CA 90028

LAMILL co-founder Jean Shim went solo in 2015, debuting her fashionable coffee bar in Hollywood’s Columbia Square complex, in a space that features blue-grey and red walls lined with art and two elaborate chandeliers, including one crystal and another that resembles spaghetti. This coffee bar promotes BKON vacuum processed RAIN technology for coffee and tea, and they have nitro drinks!

 

6. Verve Coffee Roasters
Location: 8051 W. 3rd Street Los Angeles, CA 90048 (& two others)

This Santa Cruz import made a great first impression, with its first LA shop brightening an emerging part of downtown, and others popping around the city. The mid-city outpost on Third Street is the most ambitious to date, with a round copper and marble bar, exposed wood rafters and a Farm-level Bar in the back featuring rare coffees that showcase “ethics & excellence”.

7. Woodcat Coffee Bar
Location: 1532 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

Reclaimed wood, box seating, and red walls give life to this neighborhood favorite. It also helps that this place brews expertly roasted beans from San Francisco’s Wrecking Ball Coffee Roasters on their sleek Faema espresso machine.

8. Bar Nine
Location: 3515 Helms Ave, Culver City, CA 90232

The owners of this coffee joint work with Ninety Plus Coffee Agents to source coffee beans from Panama and Ethiopia, and then roasts them in house. Bar Nine’s baristas use the shop’s high-tech Modbar system with Chemex coffeemakers to get the precise cup of joe. It’s all about the little details, too. You can’t help but “aww” at the adorable to-go glass jars with lids. Try the creamy hazelnut milk latte, and don’t forget about breakfast!

9. Paramount Coffee Project
Location: 456 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036

The concrete and wood space features a multi-roaster lineup that rotates beans from American coffee powers like Heart and George Howell, plus coffee from roasters back home. The food program is more ambitious than most coffee bars, featuring plates like a burrata that’s accompanied by pistachio dukkah, kale, and eggs; and a Superfood Bowl that comes with quinoa, candied beets, lebni, blueberry, and cocoa.

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10. Alfred Coffee & Kitchen
Location: Beverly Grove (& other locations)

Alfred’s iconic sign “but first, coffee” is Instagram post-worthy and reinforces the shop’s core focus: pumping out plenty of espresso drinks and cold-brew coffees, all using Stumptown beans.

Out and About: Day of the Dead in Los Angeles

Day of the Dead in Los Angeles is definitely one of the most interesting holidays to celebrate locally. The festival of the deceased isn’t about haunted spirits or drawn-out grieving, rather offers a solid viewpoint on existence in the wake of death. Participants of the Mexican holiday (customarily held after Halloween) visit friends and family’s headstones as a part of open get-togethers: you’ll find cultural affairs around the city with dance rituals, musical performances and plenty of calaca (skeleton) costumes. Get a taste of the holiday with some of our favorite Day of the Dead events, as well as the tastiest Mexican food in town.

What is Day of the Dead?

Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday that involves family and friends gathering to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died, and helping support their spiritual journey. In Mexican culture, death is viewed as a natural part of the human cycle. Mexicans view it not as a day of sadness but as a day of celebration because of their loved ones awake and celebrate with them.

Day of the dead begins October 31 and ends November 2, 2019.

Día de Los Muertos at Hollywood Forever

Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood

Nov 2, 2019

Hollywood Forever Cemetery claims to host the largest Day of the Dead celebration in California, and we wouldn’t doubt it. The cemetery grounds are covered with art exhibitions, dance rituals, musical performances, children’s arts and crafts projects and food vendors (and crowds) aplenty. You’ll see altars to the dead created by community artists, and can either watch or participate in the calaca (skeleton) costume contest. This year’s theme honors sacred migrations and the monarch butterfly. It’s sure to be a spectacular display, as always. And there’s something to be said for a Halloween-time event that respects and celebrates the very (and often forgotten) roots of the holiday.

The event turns out to be exceedingly packed after sunset. Plan on arriving before 4pm if you plan on parking in the neighborhood.

Grand Park Downtown Día de Los Muertos

Grand Park, Downtown

Until Nov 3, 2019

Join Grand Park and Self-Help Graphics & Art for a nine-day display of altars erected within the park alongside large-scale art installations curated by LORE Media and Arts. The altar displays kick off on October 26 with a traditional Noche de Ofrenda ceremony to pray for and honor the dead, featuring a communal circle and blessing led by the indigenous community. The festivities culminate in Selena for Sanctuary, a free concert on November 1 that features Empress Of, San Cha, Ceci Bastida and more.

Self Help Graphics & Art, Boyle Heights

Nov 2, 2019

Boyle Heights’ Self Help Graphics & Art has presented this Day of the Dead celebration for over four decades. The event begins at Mariachi Plaza, where a handful of theater groups lead an animated procession to Felicitas and Gonzalo Mendez High School. Here, you’ll find local food and craft vendors. In addition, the arts center hosts free community art workshops on Saturdays in October as well as a Day of the Dead-themed art exhibition.

Day of the Dead at El Pueblo

Olvera Street, Downtown

Until Nov 2, 2019

Peruse altars in the plaza of El Pueblo at this Day of the Dead celebration. Expect plenty of festive wares from the merchants on Olvera Street, along with children’s crafts in the morning and a candlelight procession every night. Stop by during weekends for face painting, mariachi bands, Aztec dancers and more.

Top 12 Halloween Games!

We all know kids love games, but Halloween games? They’ll love you for putting these games together for their crew! Squeeze in some fun playtime before heading out into the neighborhood to trick-or-treat. The best part? These games are easy enough to make in the comfort of your own home!

 

1. Eyeball Hunt:

Think along the lines of an Easter egg hunt and have the kiddos collect as many googly eyes hidden around the backyard as they can! Turn up the intensity by timing the eyeball hunt to see who can snatch the most for even more fun! Click here for the DIY instructions!

 

2. Pumpkin Patch Stomp

Fill orange balloons with candy, or other treats. Trick-or-treaters can then clobber the “pumpkin patch” in your backyard to claim each prize inside! Click here for the DIY instructions!

 

3. Skeleton Scavenger Hunt

How fun were scavenger hunts back in college? We thought it would be fun to make one for the kids for a bit of Halloween fun! Grab a few plastic skeletons from your local dollar store, snap the pieces apart and create a scavenger hunt for the kids and their friends on your street! Click here for the DIY instructions!

4. Jack Stack

Split the little ones into teams and have them race to complete this puzzle crafted from disposable orange cups. Click here for the instructions

5. Autumn Tick Tack Toe

Use mini pumpkins as the pieces (one color for Xs and another for the Os) for this spirited take on the classic kid’s game. Get the tutorial here

6. Feed the Monster

This one is easy to make and so much fun to play! A win-win as the monster doubles as a winning Halloween decoration. Click here to get the tutorial!

7. Poke-A-Pumpkin

Poke the pumpkin to get a special surprise! Click here for the DIY instructions!

8. Pumpkin Toss

The best part about this easy-to-assemble competition? It’s edible, too! Click here for the tutorial

9. Halloween Mini Piñata

Substitute the one big Piñata for these smaller, personal ones! That way, every kid can pull their own string and collect their own candy without any fuss! Click here for DIY instructions

10. Ghost and Pumpkin Bowling

Sacrifice a few toilet paper rolls or white paper cups to convert into ghoulish bowling pins. Cut the stem off a pumpkin and you’re all set with the perfect festive ball! Click here for the tutorial

11. Halloween Bean Bag Toss

 Source a few pieces of leftover wood to DIY this fa-boo-lous yard game, complete with pumpkin and ghost-shaped bean bags. Click here for the tutorial

12. Pumpkin Chunkin’

Rather than tossing real pumpkins, cover toilet paper rolls in orange felt for a much lighter (and cleaner) prop! Click here for the tutorial

 

Home Tips: 14 Fall Harvest Decorating Ideas for Your Home

When summer fades, many of us are ready to welcome the fall season. Pumpkins, gourds and other decorative squashed are in abundance this time of year! Why not use them as inspiration for your fall harvest decorating project? Browse our best fall harvest decorating ideas over the years – they’re made to last from the first changing of leaves through the Thanksgiving feast.

  1. Wheat Wreath with Wooden Beads

A wreath is a lovely way to welcome guests into your home. This wild wonder owes its elegant good looks to the natural materials that embellish its standard straw base. We added wheat stalks laced with wooden beads and sculptural bleached seedpods.

 

  1. Corn Husk Garlands

At the front door, visitors to your home will marvel at this outdoor display. Decorative Indian corn is a farm-stand staple at this time of year and can be used in all manner of home décor projects: dye them, bath style, in a rainbow of dye colors or braid the husks to create a seasonal garland that drapes around your doorway.

  1. Pear “Welcome” Display

Once inside, guests will be greeted with a friendly, fragrant greeting using the season’s abundant Forelles and Anjous pears. Simply arrange seven pears on a mantel. Then, with a fine-tipped washable marker, write letters on the front of each pear. Press whole cloves into the flesh along the lines and the sweet aroma will be as welcoming as the message itself.

  1. Lamp Chimney and Candle Centerpiece

Many people say grace at dinner, but you’ll feel thankful well before if you prep the table with this easy yet eye-catching centerpiece. Incorporate the lamp chimneys at varying heights for a high-low look and better ease for guests to converse across the table.

 

  1. Wheat Centerpiece

Summer flowers may have wilted with the changing of seasons, but wheat stalks – with their delicate, golden form – are long lasting. Arrange an armful of tall stalks into a vase, cropping the ends and fluffing the tops, and display your glorious autumnal bouquet.

  1. Squash-and-Pumpkin Flower Arrangements

Squashes and pumpkins come in all shapes and sizes, and when paired with seasonal blooms, they add character to your table. Combine a large greenish Hubbard squash paired with bittersweet branches and a white “Baby Boo” pumpkin with bright orange mums for a unique floral display.

  1. Turnip Votives

In a season of abundance, make full use of those richly colored vegetables that flourish in the transition from autumn into winter. Amid a set of gray-washed baskets on the table, turnips – in varying sizes – can be scooped out to hold votive candles that provide a soft glow.

 

  1. Cabbage Bowls and Cups

Bring in new colors and textures to the dinner table with heads of cabbage. Hollow out whole cabbages with a paring knife and spoon and use them to hold appetizer dips. Then, wrap the remaining leaves around glasses to hold crudités, cheeses, and breadsticks.

 

  1. Sprout Napkin Ties

Small Brussels sprouts and sage leave combine to make a charming addition to each guest’s place setting. For each napkin tie, sandwich one end of a ribbon between a sprout and a pair of sage leaves. Use a sequin pin to secure, pinning through the leaves first, then the ribbon, then into the sprout. Repeat on the opposite end of the ribbon, and tie it around a napkin in a loose knot. The sage leaves aren’t just a pretty addition – they’re fragrant, too.

 

 

  1. Hanging Basket of Fall Flowers

Assorted pinecones, pods, acorns and other natural decorations all make for a wilt-proof wall hanging. Treat them with a few coats of golden yellow paint, then hot-glue them to dried twigs gathered from the yard.

 

  1. Glittered Corn Centerpiece

A few organic elements, touched with a bit of gilding, evoke fall’s abundance. For an eye-catching centerpiece, turn a glass compote into a horn of plenty with glittering Indian corn and squash.

 

  1. Tabletop Baskets

Baskets are good for more than bearing fruit! Make use of them on the dinner table as centerpieces, salt and pepper cellars, or and added touch to your guest’s place settings. For each place card, cinch a napkin with a waxed cord and tie the ends around the basket’s handle.

  1. Bar Cart

Pumpkins, gourds and another harvest bounty need not be limited to the front porch or dinner table either – try interspersing them throughout your home, as shown on this rolling bar cart. It doubles as both a way to greet your guests with cocktails and a decorative statement.

 

  1. Cornucopia

For the piece de resistance of your fall harvest décor, why not consider the universal symbol of bounty? The cornucopia, that is. This raffia cornucopia lined with a bed of dried wheat stalks holds an abundance of golden squashes, apples, and pears. This is a natural Thanksgiving decoration that radiates good fortune!

 

 

Top 12 Halloween Desserts

Halloween is the beginning of the sweet holiday season. Whether you’re having a formal dinner party or a casual get together for this spooky October night, our list of top 12 Halloween desserts has something for everyone!

 

  1. Marshmallow Ghost Brownies

Kids will love piping the friendly marshmallow ghosts on top of these brownies! These adorable brownies will make for a delicious addition to the Halloween dessert table! Get the recipe here

 

2. Spooky Forest Pudding Cups

Chocolate trees and candy pumpkins add Halloween vibes to pudding cups. Get the recipe here

3. Cookie Skulls and Pumpkin Sugar Skulls

Don’t be intimidated by the intricate designs on these cookies—the recipe tells you simple ways to channel your inner artist.  Get the recipe here

 

4. Candy-Covered Apples

Create a bewitching version of this beloved candy-coated treat by dipping small Red Delicious apples in a bright red syrup flavored with red cinnamon candies. Get the recipe here

 

5. Boo-scotti

Get some help from your kids when party prep mode is in full swing to make these boo-tifully decorated recipes. Get the recipe here

6. Frankenshake and Bride of Frankenshake

His and hers Halloween shakes (one mint, one vanilla) are made in a single batch, then dressed up for the holiday in this ultimate trick-or-treat. Get the recipe here

 

7. Spooky Peanut Butter Spider Cookies

These spider cookies are entertaining for the little ones and adults to make together! From pushing chocolate candies into warm cookies to drawing spider legs with chocolate and making silly eyes! There is plenty of fun for everyone! Get the recipe here

8. Candy Corn Pops

You either love or hate candy corn. For those of us who love candy corn, try these adorable candy corn pops.  Get the recipe here

9. Spider Bites

Three ingredients are all you need to make Sandra’s easy spider bites. The chocolate-covered pretzels are just creepy enough for young kids to enjoy. Get the recipe here

10. Pumpkin Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Pumpkin anything is a must during Halloween season. Sometimes it’s the simple desserts that are the most impressive. The flavor of these cupcakes and their minimal pumpkin décor say everything that needs to be said! Get the recipe here

11. Squirm Jello Shots

This adults-only dessert will make everyone feel like a kid again. Vodka-spiked Jell-O is filled with gummy worms, then chilled until set into one squirmy, squiggly treat! Get the recipe here

12. Spiderweb Cake

Who would think that cake and spiders could be this stylish? It’s as tasty as it is pretty with its dark-cocoa batter and orange-flavored buttercream. Get the recipe here

Agent Story: Betty Galvan

Our very own Betty Galvan is hosting her seventh annual blood drive to honor her brother, Felipe Ramirez on behalf of the City of Hope Hospital. Felipe received blood transfusions every day for one month, due to these generous donors her brother lived a longer, healthier life. Every month, the City of Hope patients use an average of 3,200 blood products. Due to the severity of the illnesses treated at City of Hope, the patients here need more platelets than any other major hospital in Southern California. Most patients at the City of Hope are being treated for cancer and heavily rely on frequent transfusions. The goal of this blood drive is to receive 50 pints of blood by the generosity of the community. Typically, the blood drive receives 40-45 pints however, this year the organization has set the bar higher to help save more lives. Each year, the number of individuals diagnosed with cancer is rising; that is why City of Hope holds this blood drive every year to bring the community together in order to save lives, together.  Betty Galvan has been a licensed real estate agent since 2006 and joined Rodeo Realty on February 1, 2010.

LA Eats: Best Spots for Late Night Eats

Los Angeles is filled with late night and 24-hour dining experiences that let locals stay up all night and keep the party going until breakfast or beyond. From Thai staples in the Valley to Korean comforts in Koreatown, there’s no denying the breadth and depth of late night dining in greater LA. Here now are the city’s best places to grab a bite around the clock.

1. Krua Thai Restaurant

Location: 13130 Sherman Way North Hollywood, CA 91605

This late night spot in the northern-most part of North Hollywood serves one of the best pad Thais until 3:30 a.m. every night. The menu has practically every Thai dish one could want, which works well for large groups with varying tastes.

2. Crawford’s Pass

Location: 259 N Pass Ave. Burbank, CA 91505

Crawford’s has found a home in Burbank, filled with neon lights, red leather booths, and fried chicken. Add weekend hours that stretch to 2 a.m., $3 Budweisers, and a pool table, and there’s all the makings for a great time.

3. White Horse Lounge

Location: 41 S De Lacey Ave. Pasadena, CA 91105

Old Town Pasadena’s White Horse Lounge’s menu skews Southern with gumbo, fried chicken, and jambalaya in Old Town. Until the late hours, it’s entirely possible to hear live music while sampling from White Horse’s serious whiskey and scotch selection from the U.S., Ireland, Scotland, and Japan.

 4. 101 Coffee Shop

Location: 6145 Franklin Ave. Hollywood, CA 90028

The retro-cool vibe at this Hollywood favorite might have the best late night diner food in the city. The ingredients are thoughtfully chosen and the menu looks surprisingly small for a restaurant of this kind. The breakfast items are great and so is the burger. Open until 3 a.m. daily.

5. Ruen Pair

Location: 5257 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90027

This Thai Town favorite serves up tasty dishes at reasonable prices. The stewed pork leg, pad prik king (chicken preferred), turnip omelet, crispy pork belly with morning glory or broccoli, green papaya salad with raw crab, and stir-fried chicken dishes are all worth getting. Normally closed around 3 to 4 a.m. nightly.

6. Jones Hollywood

Location: 7205 California State Route 2 West Hollywood, CA 90046

Jones has one of the coolest interiors in all of LA, thanks to a rock-and-roll sensibility and plush leather banquettes that gives it that old East Coast Italian restaurant feel. The spaghetti and meatballs are a fantastic entree while the apple pie, served hot in a bubbling pool of caramel, is a legendary dessert.

10. The Original Pantry Cafe

Location: 877 S Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90017

This cash-only, tried-and-true greasy spoon grills up solid steaks and griddles ideal pancakes all day and all night. Don’t skip the fried potatoes, which are quite possibly the perfect hangover cure.

11. Izzy’s Deli

Location: 1433 Wilshire Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90403

The four decade-old Izzy’s in Santa Monica does classic deli fare, from heaping sandwiches to matzo ball soup, any time of day or night. Rumor has it, the owner doesn’t even bother keeping a key to the place, because the doors are never locked.

12. Mao’s Kitchen

Location: 1512 Pacific Ave. Venice, CA 90291

Open until 3 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, this restaurant dedicated to the eponymous communist leader offers exactly the type of crave-able Chinese American fare everyone wants after a night on Main Street.

14. The Kettle

Location: 1138 Highland Ave. Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

After a night of drinking up and down Manhattan Beach Boulevard, one is likely to end up at The Kettle, one of the South Bay’s limited 24-hour restaurants with an extensive menu, from salads to chicken tenders to nightly meatloaf platters.

Source: LA EATER