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Find a NEW Favorite Restaurant this Holiday Season!

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Los Angeles is filled with incredible restaurants. During the holidays, we all spend too much money....so don't waste your precious time or money trying one out...only to be disappointed. For a more in depth look at restaurants and reviews, check out our sister site EatTravelGo.com  In 2018, we launched ETG, our sister site so we could showcase more restaurants all over the world. If you love food, you may want to attend food festivals.  This is a great way to try the cuisine of new restaurants all at once. We also showcase

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Love’s Journey Leads to Kauai!

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Finding love is an important part of life's journey...Traveling with a loved one helps you reconnect, or in my case...launch a new and exciting adventure. Read about it on my sister site, EatTravelGo.com which I launched with co-founder and now husband Richard Bilow. I write most of the articles and he takes most of the photos - of course there is a bit of overlap on that - we are foodies - so we also review lots of restaurants. See my article link below "Foodie Heaven!" My husband Richard and I have

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Running thru January 2023: Ice Skate over the Holidays!

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Happy Holidays from the LAArtParty.com team. Remember we are on break until January 5, 2022. I want to encourage everyone to take a break, meet with friends and family to ring in the new year. Get a group together to go ice skating. Just because you live in Los Angeles does not mean you have to skip the ice skating tradition during the holidays. It always amazes me that event in this warm Los Angeles weather, there are still several ice rinks to go skating. Many of you may not know, I

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The Brixton in Santa Monica

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The Brixton is a trendy gastropub in Santa Monica. Several of our writers frequent it almost on a weekly basis. It's been a while since I personally have been to the restaurant, but I am glad to see it survived the pandemic. You can read my review (from 2018) on LAArtParty's Restaurant Reviews Page.  For more up-to-date reviews, be sure to visit our sister site EatTravelGo.com - See the Reviews drop-down, under the Dining/Drinking Page in the Stories Section. Stop in to enjoy some Fish and Chips, (beer battered cod, lemon caper tartare sauce,

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