St. Patrick’s Day may fall on a Sunday this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t raise a glass (or three) and celebrate in full Irish spirit. There is no shortage of festivities happening throughout Los Angeles, with some starting as early as 6 a.m. So don your best green and emerald attire, and head to our haute picks for green beer, corned beef and cabbage, and plenty of other shamrock debauchery from dawn ’til dusk.
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Between the plush red carpet, “best dressed” fashion hits, and a roster of the brightest names in show business, the Academy Awards are, without a doubt, the biggest night in Hollywood. While most Oscars parties will have a guest list tighter than a Jolie-Pitt wedding, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a little glitz and glam of your own. So ditch your couch on Sunday, and head to these haute hotels showing the ceremony, along with nominee-inspired cocktails and meals.
Super Bowl Sunday may not be an official holiday, but few yearly spectacles are as quintessentially American as football’s biggest day. Whether you’re a Ravens or 49ers fanatic, or in it for the halftime show and commercials, Super Bowl Sunday wouldn’t be complete without a party. Thankfully, LA’s restaurants have lined up game-winning feasts to keep you in check as you cheer on your favorite team. Here are our game-day picks for where to celebrate in style, from kick-off to the final touchdown.