Eat + Drink
Valentine's Day certainly calls for sparklers, but popping open a bottle can be an event in itself. In fact, with the three-day weekend ahead, a cold glass of bubbly might be just what you need.
If you're ever nursing a strong need for caffeine in Los Angeles, don't settle for Starbucks or a random coffee shop. These famous San Francisco coffee joints are now available down south.
I have taken more out of alcohol than alcohol has taken out of me. ~Winston Churchill
Though they're officially called 'toasted raviolis' on the menu at new Marina eatery Spaghetti Bros., these delicious pockets of pasta and cheese are actually deep-fried. According to Chefs Erik Lowe and Aaron, they're a St. Louis specialty, and they taste very similar to fried mozzarella sticks (in the best way possible). There's some leg work involved in making these at home— the ravioli dough and marinara sauce are both made from scratch— but you'll savor every moment. Try it out over the upcoming three-day weekend.
Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon appetit!
With the Super Bowl, Lunar New Year, and Valentine's Day filling our brains and schedules, Mardi Gras (February 9) almost slipped by without us even noticing. There may not be time to stuff yourself with beignets, booze, and beads on a work night, but you can still celebrate Fat Tuesday with a classic NOLA cocktail.
Let's be real: Valentine's Day can get real expensive, real quick. Whether you're dining with your honey or grabbing a bite with a pal, take advantage of these delicious and affordable menus.
Whether you're rooting for the Broncos or firmly standing by the Panthers, you're going to need a festive drink to sip on during the Big Game. Here are two delicious recipes for the perfect Denver orange or Carolina blue cocktail.