I was just noticing LA Mommies looking for places to eat with their kids besides Chucky Cheese. Thought you’d like to know about this new offering from Jessica Biel:
Delish.com takes you inside Jessica Biel’s new restaurant Au Fudge, which opened its doors on March 4 in Los Angeles.
In the feature and video, Jessica opens up about the inspiration behind the restaurant, which she and her confounders envisioned as a stylish escape for parents who can unwind with a glass of rosé on the patio, while their kids (supervised under the watchful eye of an au pair) play in a drum circle or climb an indoor treehouse.
Not only is Au Fudge a playground for kids and parents, it also serves delicious dishes and treats – Jessica’s personal favorites are the vegan Caesar salad, chicken nuggets and French fries, and avalanche bars (brick-thick rice krispy treats studded with chocolate chips and sprinkles).
You can read the full piece at http://www.delish.com/restaurants/a52533/jessica-biel-restaurant-tour/.
Yeah, I never heard of it either!
Thanks to a press release from The Tuck Room Tavern, I’m now in the know, and so are you. Just forward this article to your hubby and hope for the best. Or, if you really want to be appreciated forward AND make a reservation at The Tuck Room Tavern for this Sunday, September 18th between 4 and 11 pm. You could even write a note for your husband to read aloud at the table that says, “I appreciated my wife.” Just make sure he reads it while the waiter is within earshot and you’ll be treated to a signature dessert and a glass of perfectly chilled Prosecco. More details below.
The Tuck Room Tavern Celebrates National Wife Appreciation Day on September 18
with Four Simple Words. Whisper “I Appreciate my Wife” to your Server and receive a complimentary Prosecco and Dessert by Chef Sherry Yard.
The Tuck Room Tavern is a jovial neighborhood dining + drinking den serving craveable American fare and a touch of whimsy under the culinary direction of SVP of Culinary Brand Development Chef Sherry Yard.
Happy wife, happy life—so the saying goes.
All couples visiting The Tuck Room Tavern on Sunday, September 18, can enjoy this offer with the mention of four simple words. Whether you shout it from the rooftops or whisper it into her ear, just be sure that your server hears you say the magic words: “I appreciate my wife.” Those lucky wives will receive a decadent raspberry soufflé made by Chef Sherry Yard and a glass of Prosecco to enjoy on the house. If you’re lucky, she might even share a bite.
- *One dessert per table. Must have dinner reservation for a minimum of 2 people. Minimum purchase of 2 entrées.
- Wives can be showered with adoration from 4-11 p.m. on Sunday, September 18
- The Tuck Room Tavern Westwood: 10850 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024.
- (310) 307-7004
Hope to see you there being appreciated this weekend! Cheers 😉
Sherry Yard’s The Tuck Room Tavern is now open in Westwood, California. Under the culinary direction of SVP of Culinary Brand Development and three-time James Beard Award winner chef Sherry Yard and Master Bartender and Advanced Sommelier Adam Seger, guests can enjoy an extensive menu and handcrafted cocktails that present a liquid love letter to Los Angeles. The Tuck Room Tavern is tucked away inside iPic Theaters, located at 10850 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024. For reservations visit, http://www.thetuckroom.com or call: (310) 307-7004.
May the best elf win as Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and WWE Studios announces an outrageous holiday adventure when Santa’s Little Helper arrives on DVD and Digital HD tomorrow – Tuesday, November 17th!
We’ve got a copy for one lucky giveaway winner, too! Click the Rafflecopter giveaway link below:
Priced at $22.98, you can purchase the DVD right now using our Amazon.com Affiliate link from $12.99. Rated PG, this holiday romp runs 91 minutes.
After the phenomenal success of The Fault in Our Stars, author John Green returns with another heart-warming tale in PAPER TOWNS, available on Blu-ray™ and DVD. The story focuses on Quentin (Nat Wolff), a high school senior who has been in love with his enigmatic neighbor Margo (Cara Delevingne) since childhood. After taking him on an all-night adventure through their hometown, Margo suddenly disappears–leaving behind cryptic clues for Quentin to decipher. The search leads Quentin and his quick-witted friends on an exhilarating adventure that is equal parts hilarious and moving. Ultimately, to track down Margo, Q must find a deeper understanding of friendship–and true love.
Russell Madness Blu-ray & DVD Giveaway plus
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Hilarious and Heartwarming Pet-Filled Adventure Introduces ‘RUSSELL’
An Adorable Talking Terrier who goes from Rescue Bound to Wrestling Superstardom!
RUSSELL MADNESS, the hilarious, all-new family adventure is the first feature film from newly-launched Air Bud Entertainment, the creative force behind the #1 live-action, direct-to-video movies in the family category. The exciting action-packed adventure introduces ‘Russell,’ an adorable TALKING Jack Russell Terrier who accidentally becomes a professional wrestling superstar, on the way to discovering the true power…of family. The official RUSSELL MADNESS movie trailer launched today and can be viewed at: http://youtu.be/Ur6XdaGNlTY.
RUSSELL MADNESS stars John Ratzenberger (‘Toy Story,’ ‘Cars,’ TV’s Cheers), Fred Willard (TV’s Modern Family) David Milchard (TV’s Convos with my 2-Year Old), Mason Vale Cotton (TV’s Mad Men and Desperate Housewives), McKenna Grace (TV’s Crash and Burn and The Young and the Restless) and John Hennigan (former WWE star) along with the voices of talking animal stars including Will Sasso (TV’s ‘MadTV’ and ‘The Three Stooges’) and Sean Giambrone (TV’s The Goldbergs). RUSSELL MADNESS is directed by ‘Air Bud’ and ‘Buddies’ veterans Robert Vince, written and produced by Robert Vince and Anna McRoberts.
Click the picture to go to the giveaway entry page.
Sometimes weather.com makes mistakes, what can I say? Once you list your yard sale on Craig’s List you are committed. Early birds will knock on your door to see if the sale was moved inside. There’s no use in fighting, so here I sit in the driveway under an umbrella waiting for the next hard core garage sale shopper. Honestly, I’m so grateful for the steady drizzle, I’m perfectly happy in spite of the inconvenience. I may change my mind though, if someone comes along and buys my seat! lol
Discovery Cube LA, Opens At Hansen Dam Recreation Area
At 9:30 am sharp, my family and I bunched into a car and ventured over to the new Discovery Cube in Sylmar, California. We just so happened to be invited to this glorious opening event, so we accepted the invitation. When someone says fun and science in the same sentence I usually zone out and pretend to listen because until now I thought it was literally impossible for science to be fun, (no offense period 1.)
I walked in and was immediately struck by my urge to run around and try everything out. Everything was extremely interactive which is something I deeply appreciate. You could make your own tornado, pull yourself up a rope SITTING DOWN, explore a safe and eco-friendly house, experience multiple simulators, and go in a wind tunnel or as I like to call it, a big hair dryer thing for your whole body.
The Discovery Cube is kind of like smart DisneyLand, same amount of fun, except you learn things other than how to avoid stroller wheel stubbed toes. It would be literally perfect for a field trip.
One of my favorite activities, aside from the mini market set up as a healthy eating game, was exploring an eco-friendly house. At the back of the Discovery Cube, you pick up iPads, that are used to ask question and track your answers about the home. The little house was adorably decorated just like a real living space. It had certain details in each part (garage, backyard, living room, etc) that were eco-friendly. You had to search through the house looking for clues to solve questions. But then again, I had a blast interacting with all the attractions. Overall, it was a great experience that I wouldn’t trade for a million dollars.
Tip from Mom: The Discovery Cube is a great destination for the whole family, especially good for children from about 5 or 6 to 14 years old. We really enjoyed the 4D movie shown in the theatre (separate entry ticket required). Family passes are priced from $99 for the whole family for the whole year.
Here’s a sneak peek at our upcoming coverage of the Ai WeiWei Exhibit currently on display at Alcatraz. Plan ahead and book tickets up to 90 days in advance! Worth the trip to SF just to see this world class show, tickets from $30 for adults, ends in April. More details coming soon.
If you don’t already know what Lyfe Kitchen is, it is a FABULOUS restaurant promoting a healthy and delicious lifestyle. It started out with some former McDonalds executives deciding to take a fine dining approach to the fast casual food space. They went from fast food to fantastically fit food. The menu items are full of flavor, but keep calorie counts low. They already have restaurants in California, New York, Colorado, Illinois, Nevada, and Texas. I just visited the newest restaurant in Valencia, California. You can stop there the next time you go to Magic Mountain!
Anyway, I am actually amazed at the quality of the food. Lyfe Kitchen has something for everyone, from vegans and vegetarians to carnivores. If you have never been to Lyfe Kitchen, then I recommend the fish tacos and their new orange pomegranate lemonade. They cook their food without microwaves. Yes, you heard that right. They DO NOT use microwaves. Places like Lyfe encourage fitness and it is a proven fact that eating healthier improves your mood. So if you’re not loving life, maybe you should try LYFE! I bet you’ll feel better afterwards. I know I always do.