It's time to find out where some of the best parties and events are happening this weekend. As always, you can find the full details as well as more events on our Calendar. [Photo via Standard Hollywood]
Over the week in L.A., Maggie Gyllenhaal spoke at the SundanceTV Luncheon and Panel, Kendrick Lamar, Chris Brown, and Karrueche Tran partied hard with Hennessy in honor of their new limited edition bottle by Shepard Fairey, Paris Hilton dropped a single (and threw a party for it—of course), and more!
L.A. was on its worst behavior last night, July 9th, when Thrillist and FX teamed up to throw a Party Against Humanity in honor of the new FX series You're the Worst, at The Den on Sunset in West Hollywood. Just about everyone in the building was seen with a Redd's Apple Ale in hand while DJ Michael Rockstar kept the party going strong. Flatbread pizzas and various other hors d'oeuvres were served to guests as they caught up with one another over custom games of Cards Against Humanity, curated by the Thrillist Editors. A few partygoers even bonded over an intense game of Jenga (and we all know how stressful Jenga could be). The feature that seemed to draw in most of the guests was the set of giant, interactive black cards on the wall, on which people were encouraged to write their own twisted responses to. One of our favorites? The prompt of "Everything was going well, and then ____________," which was met with responses such as "I called her by her mother's name." And that was probably the tamest of the bunch. Still think #YOURETHEWORST? Click through these party photos and think again!
L.A. is a universe full of hip celebrities, trendy clubs, and exquisite restaurants. New to the scene? You can spend your day celeb-spotting on Rodeo Drive, and end at Sugarfish sushi in West Hollywood where you might catch a glimpse of Adam Levine and Behati dining on sashimi, or Kylie Jenner and friends chatting over saki (we won't tell, Kylie!). Check out our guide to the top L.A. hot spots to see and be seen. Trust us, you won't be disappointed.
Summer is the time to get out and play. Don’t get stuck inside—try checking out these awesome outdoor events in the adorable town of Manhattan Beach. From the sand to the strand to the aquarium, you’ll never get bored here. Flip through to see some fabulous events that are open to the public.
Chef Barb Batiste and her dessert company, B Sweet, are practically a Hollywood dream come true. Starting from her kitchen at home Chef Barb has always had a love for cooking and baking, and she is all about keeping that homemade, feel-good vibe in her desserts. Today, B Sweet acts as a full-service catering company, has mobile food trucks that can be found all around the Los Angeles area, sells frozen bread pudding in Super Target stores nationwide, and is opening the first B Sweet Dessert Bar in the next few weeks. We had a chance to get a sneak peek inside the dessert bar, and also to sit down and talk with Chef Barb. Check out the interview to find out a little bit more about B Sweet, what we can expect from Chef Barb’s first brick and mortar location, and what is going to set B Sweet apart from other dessert companies.
Over the long weekend in Los Angeles, celebrities from Selena Gomez and Kylie Jenner to Mel B. and Emmanuelle Chriqui partied at the Bootsy Bellows pop-up at Mastro's Ocean Club, Paris Hilton hosted A-List buds like Amber Rose and Cheryl Burke at her own patriotic party, and more!
What's the only thing that beats chips and dip? Chips and guac! And why go anywhere else but Los Angeles, the Mexican food capital of the US, to get some? Whether you like your guac thin and mild or chunky and hot, there's a restaurant that will satisfy your cravings any time of the day! Indulge in the best guacamole this summer, and click through for L.A.'s best guac spots.
It is a well-known fact that if you analyze the Declaration of Independence closely, you’ll discover our forefathers proclaiming that Americans will from this day on, “Turn down for what?” OK, that may or may not be true; however, it is presumed that our founding forefathers toasted to some boos and celebrated their independence after the original sponsors signed. Since the main men of America knew how to party, we owe it to them to make the Fourth of July an exceptional day. As Americans, this day bestowed upon us innumerable rights—to day drink, BBQ, and party 'til sunrise. That being said, we've rounded up the best bashes to celebrate our independence in Los Angeles this weekend, so click through for your plans.