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It's a known fact that even with all the things going on in L.A., the size of the population, and how much time people spend out and about, it's surprisingly hard for singles to meet new people. A version of "I see couples everywhere, where are they meeting?" is something we hear all the time and have even said ourselves. Although we can't say where those couples you see find their mates, we can point you in the directions of places besides da club to meet the singles of Los Angeles. Eligible and unattached Angelenos are out there. Lots of them, and they're probably looking to connect with some new faces too. So, after careful scouting, research and asking around, we've put together this guide to the best spots in L.A. to find them. None of these are groundbreaking revelations, but sometimes a little pep talk refresher and open mind can lift you out of that rut in which you've grown comfortable hiding. Perk up and get ready to mingle with the help of our L.A. Singles' Guide.
Last night, finely groomed gentlemen and lovely ladies came out for the friends and family one-year anniversary celebration of Culver City barbershop and speakeasy, Blind Barber. From the gourmet grilled cheeses and specialty cocktails to the Coyote Ugly-style dance number and the all-star DJ lineup including an impromptu set by Samantha Ronson, we kind of wish all first birthdays could be this awesome.
With less than 24 hours notice to pull off a debut soft opening for the L.A. rendition of NYC's beloved barbershop speakeasy bar, the Blind Barber boys drew quite an impressive crowd seldom seen west of La Brea to Culver City last night. After receiving news their liquor license was active on Wednesday night, they rallied the troops and got emergency backup from mainest men Will Crimes and Nick Foster to supply tunes for the first night of operation at Blind Barber L.A. We swung by to help christen the new digs with cocktails and snapped some shots (alas, with camera phone) to give you a sense of what the place is like in action along with our notes on the experience. More»
Get familiar with the Blind Barber because it's about to become your go-to neighborhood spot for the lads needing a trim or shave by day, and speakeasy-style watering hole by night, just like its beloved original location in NYC's East Village. Except for one little thing: the noms. Yes, the L.A. rendition of Blind Barber which opens today introduces food to its repertoire of services and GofG L.A. has the first inside look at this fine establishment and its menu of tasty new food and drink offerings. More»
Wednesday, March 12
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.