Recently discovered this app and website called Table8, which can be used to find and book restaurant reservations and discover new food and drink experiences. Looked up Indian and Italian restaurants near Los Angeles where I live and received quote a few options that I was able to sort not just by date, time and number in my party but also by price range, type of cuisine, distance, etc.
The company has been around a while but they also launched a new restaurant perks program for Dining Club Members at select partner restaurants in LA as well as the 12 other cities across the U.S. where they operate. These special perks are complimentary and range from a welcome cocktail or amuse bouche to a signed menu from the chef or wine cellar tour with the sommelier. Sounds interesting, how fun!
Looks like a perfect way to impress for date night or maybe with family members when taking them to dinner, especially over the holidays. Its an extra special touch, and exclusive in that you have to know of the app and reserve though there. Some of the perks in LA include:
Now if that doesn’t sound like a unique experience to make you and your guests feel special! The app itself is free to download on your phone or use online through their website but the Dining Club Membership costs $95. If you want to sign up asap, then just click on the image above and it should take you directly to the sign-up page. Have you tried the app or are you in a city where the service is available? Would love to hear your experience in the comments below!
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With National Cappuccino Day tomorrow in time for the elections here in the U.S, and National Espresso Day coming up shortly after on the 23rd, there is a fair chance you will see me sipping on one of those drinks as the beautiful Fall weather takes over here in Hollywood.
With a love of travel, more and more people are finding that they want to take more trips more often. When you have a job, it can be tricky to get the time off. Which is why more and more people are choosing to have weekend city breaks over anything else. You don’t need to take as much time off work, but you can still see a lot of sights in that time. So what are the things to consider when planning a city break? How can you maximize the time? Here are a few tips and ideas.
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We all love a good holiday. But sometimes getting a good price and planning where to go and what to do can take a long time. Instead of all that planning, why not just take a last minute holiday?
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Summer brings along many reasons to rejoice - one of them being dineLA Restaurant Week when you can enjoy 14 whole days of eating fabulously with specially priced set menus for lunch and dinner offered at LA hotspots. Lunches begins low as $15 per person and dinners can range in the $95+ end but you have a variety of restaurants to pick from based on neighborhood and cuisine. Entire menus are available online to peruse your culinary choices even before you head out the door.
Presented by the Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board, dineL.A. Restaurant Week is a 14-day dining event that takes place twice a year and showcases Los Angeles as a premier dining destination while highlighting the diversity of culinary experiences L.A. has to offer. More than 300 restaurants are participating in this event where no tickets or passes are required. Simply dine out at a participating restaurant, try a new dish or enjoy an old favorite. Advance reservations are strongly recommended - there will be many takers on deals this good! Prices and meal periods vary by restaurant, and exclude beverages, tax and gratuity.
Gyu-Kaku - Beverly Hills, Public School 310 - Culver City, Demitasse Roastery & Kitchen - Hollywood, OTUS Thai Kitchen & Coffee - West Hollywood, Plan Check Kitchen + Bar - Sawtelle, Le Cellier - Marina Del Rey are sone of the restaurants participating. Get online now and map your dineLAexperience!
Whether you’re planning on traveling for a few days, weeks, or months, here are a few things you can do to make this trip one of the best yet. from culture and food, to meeting locals or strangers, here are some suggestions to have a truly enjoyable experience!
Are you tired of taking the same kinds of holidays? Is sitting around the pool or by the beach becoming boring? Well, it might be time to think about some of the alternative options out there. Maybe a cruise, or a train journey, or something else altogether?
Travel is a fantastic way to broaden your horizons and enrich your life. From sightseeing to tasting local cuisines, it can be an eye-opening experience. But for a more enhanced trip, you need to attend a local festival. Whether it’s Epcot’s food and wine festival or a religious celebration, festivals give you a truly unique perspective.Whether big or small, religious or not, they create a magical vibe and feel. Here are some top reasons why you should head to a festival, no matter where you are in the world.