• Happy Hour @ LN2 on Melrose


    LN2 pizza shoppe offers you a modern twist on the upscale casual dining experience. With a 1200 degree walk from the wood burning pizza oven to the liquid nitrogen ice cream station, views of fire and ice will definitely keep you entertained. After several months of fine tuning recipes, owners Mica Ray and chef Chris Robbins have created a dough that they feel will stand up to anything you’ve come across. Chef has calculated his recipes and designed his dishes with a fine dining approach to casual food but don’t forget about the bar. Cocktails made with LN2 and other scientific approaches will serve as a picturesque background for your night out with friends, family and date nights you won’t soon forget.

  • Happy Hour @ Norah in West Hollywood

    Norah Restaurant

    Loungey eatery with luxe touches for eclectic contemporary American dishes & seasonal cocktails.

  • Happy Hour @ Mamas Shelter

    Mama Shelter

    Los Angeles. California. It’s a little prayer, a poem, a psalm, the gold at the end of the Manifest Destiny rainbow, the punchline of a country ballad, the destination of all prison songs. It is a dream, sort of. It is the end of Western civilization and the city of the future, defined by cars and films, aerospace and computers. Designed by Thierry Gaugain, Mama Shelter LA perches six-stories over the beautiful freaks and sputtering neon of Hollywood Blvd, the 70 rooms are warm havens with comfortable king beds. Mama’s rooftop allows you to take in the sights of all of Los Angeles with a near 360 degrees view from the Hollywood sign to Downtown to South Bay to the Westside. She’s located blocks away from the peaked roof and cement celeb handprints at the Chinese Theatre along the Walk of Fame, as well as countless boutiques and bars, tattoo parlors and record shops, burrito stands and vegan restaurants. The experiment that began in Paris continues in Los Angeles. Mama saw another sister city of lights, a metropolis always growing, shifting, unfettered by history whilst making it.

  • Happy Hour @ L.P. Rooftop Bar

    E.P. & L.P.

    Hey Everyone, Back where it started, L.P. Rooftop Bar in West Hollywood. If you've never been before, L.P. Rooftop Bar is located right on the intersection of La Cienga Blvd & Melrose Ave. This Venue offers spectacular views of the Hills and has one of the largest roof decks in L.A. Truly is a place where LA friends and family can enjoy the sunset and a late night snack with wine around the firepit after work. The purpose of the events is to help each other meet other people in the area. Become friends and possibly do business with one another. Who knows! Either way... We are super excited to see you all! eplosangeles.com Parking: If you must drive, the venue has parking in the garage and off the nearby streets.

  • Happy Hour @ The Phoenix LA

    The Phoenix

    The Phoenix LA which is conveniently located between Renowned The Grove & The Beverly Center. The Phoenix offers the finest whiskeys, cognacs, bourbon & scotch in the city, artful cocktails, craft beers on tap and a small, flavorful food menu.

  • Happy Hour @ Laurel Hardware in West Hollywood

    Laurel Hardware

    Located in the heart of West Hollywood and right on Santa Monica Blvd. Laurel Hardware is a popular venue with a relaxed ambience for a cocktail or two. As always, no agenda just here to meet and greet. And of course make a new friend. Look forward to seeing you there.

  • Bonfire @ Dockweiler Beach

    Dockweiler Beach

    We're going to the BEACH!! Join us this Saturday at Dockweiler and enjoy a Bonfire on the Beach. If you've never been, it's the only beach in LA where we can enjoy a true beach night. The event is BYOB/BYOF. We look forward to seeing you there! ****DO NOT FORGET TO INVITE YOUR FRIENDS**** I will post our location once we find a pit.

  • Happy Hour @ Toca Madera

    Toca Madera West Hollywood

    Toca Madera, which translates to “knock on wood,” is an intimate 120-seat space in West Hollywood that features a creative take on traditional Mexican cuisine designed by Tosh Berman and his Executive Chef Team. Offering an array of options for every eater, Toca Madera’s menu includes sustainable seafood, locally farm-sourced ingredients with an emphasis on organic ingredients, along with vegan and gluten-free options. Some of the dishes offered include: Tableside Hot Stone Wagyu, Ensenada-Style Fish Tacos, Enchiladas de Mole, and the wildly-popular Churro Ice Cream Sandwich. Farm-fresh ingredients also serve as the foundation for the extensive cocktail list at the 100 ft. quartz crystal island bar, which also features a large offering of the finest tequilas and mezcals, as well as a rotating selection of choice wines from across the globe. “Toca Madera is a personal evolution in hospitality for Amrou and me,” says co-creator Tosh Berman. “Stemming from a passion for service & design along with our extensive history in nightlife, this venue is a representation of our maturity within an industry that we have made our life’s work.” The 4,500 sq. ft. restaurant and lounge includes a retractable roof and interior patio, creating an open-air dining environment. Architectural features include Arabesque accents, handcrafted custom woodwork and numerous fire elements, all contributing to the alluring and unique aesthetic. With its modern organic cuisine and farm fresh seasonal cocktails, Toca Madera makes for a sexy departure from the traditional Mexican restaurant experience. “Toca Madera was conceived around a communal dining philosophy, and the menu was designed to have choices everyone can agree on, drinker or non-drinker, vegan or paleo,” says co-creator Amrou Manaseer. “There’s something primitive about sharing a meal with friends, old and new, under the stars and by the light of a fire – it’s something that we lost a long time ago but don’t realize how much we miss.” Toca Madera is an ideal destination for a sensory-engaging escape from the everyday, and delivers a distinctive, memorable experience from the moment you walk through the door.

  • Happy Hour @ Employees Only in WeHo

    Employees Only

    Employees Only LA, located in West Hollywood at 7953 Santa Monica Blvd., is the sole west coast location of the world-renowned, award-winning “speakeasy” cocktail bar and restaurant Employees Only, which is based in New York and has other locations in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Miami. Since its founding in New York in 2004, Employees Only has been critically lauded and honored with awards by the global bar community, including Spirited Awards for “World's Best Cocktail Bar,” “World's Best Drink Selection,” “Best American Bar Team,” and “Best American High Volume Bar,” and has also gained a loyal following for its delicious New American fare with subtle European touches. The Los Angeles location not only offers EO classics from the New York menu, but also features many new cocktails available only in Los Angeles in a bar program led by EO co-founder Dushan Zaric and an expanded food menu geared for the Los Angeles market by Chef Sascha Lyon.