Weekend

03/17/2017

Angel City Brewery Celebrates & Motivates Runners at the Sketchers Performance LA Marathon
For the second year in a row, Angel City Brewery, located in DTLA’s Arts District, will be sponsoring the Skechers Performance LA Marathon. In celebration, Angel City will bring their beer and cheer to those running and watching. While runners take on the Stadium to the Sea course, The Angel City Brewery team will be at Mile 11, located at Hollywood and Orange, to cheer on racers with tunes by DJ Michael Rockstar. Spectators and fans are encouraged to join in on the fun by grabbing an Angel City noisemaker and make their own sign at the poster-making station, which will include all the supplies needed to craft a special note for a revered runner or the whole crew of pavement pounders. At the end of the course, Angel City will be there to reward all those (of age) who cross the finish line with an ice cold Angel City IPA, Pilsner, LAger and Citrus Wheat. Sunday; 216 Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Copa d’Oro Celebrates the Los Angeles Marathon
Santa Monica cocktail lounge steps away from Third Street Promenade, will be celebrating the Los Angeles Marathon this Sunday. Runners & supporters can enjoy a one-day-only $7 Bloody Mary by Copa’s Head Barman Vincenzo Marianella. Sunday, 11:30 am; Third Street Promenade, 217 Broadway, Santa Monica, CA 90401; 310.576.3030

Baltaire Celebrates the Los Angeles Marathon
As runners hit mile 22 along San Vicente Blvd., Brentwood’s steakhouse, Baltaire, makes for a great spectacle point! Located on the exact street, you can cheer on LA Marathon runners from the bar & lounge or terrace. While you watch, enjoy dishes and cocktails like King Crab Biscuits & Gravy with AK king crab, pork sausage, and poached egg; Chilaquiles Verde with friend eggs, queso cotija, and shaved cauliflower; and house made pastries like Sweet Potato Beignets.  Plus signature cocktails include the house made Bloody Mary and Mezcal Sour. Sunday; 11647 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049; 424).273.1660

Get ready for over 1,100 pinball machines and arcade cabinets on display. You will find vintage and modern, and they’re all set to free-play. $45; Friday-Sunday; Museum of Pinball, 700 South Hathaway, Banning, CA 92220

Paleyfest
Immerse yourself in Hollywood talent aka see the stars of your favorite shows at Paleyfest. The festival of screenings, behind-the-scenes exclusives, and guest panels kicks off with a weekend of cast members from The Walking Dead, This Is Us, Arrow, and The Flash. Friday-Sunday; Dolby Theatre, Hollywood & Highland, 6801 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028

Glow Yoga Class at exhale
exhale will be hosting a complimentary Glow Yoga class at its Santa Monica location inside the Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows. The class will take place amidst candlelight and will be followed by some wine and light bites as the hotel celebrates its annual Earth Hour. Space will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. Saturday, 7:30 pm; 101 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90401; 310.319.3193

What is better than meandering through boutique shops with a wine buzz? Tickets include wine and appetizers at each stop on the Montrose Spring Wine Walk, with proceeds benefiting the La Crescenta Woman’s Club. $45; Saturday, 5-8 pm, check in: 4 pm; Montrose Shopping Park, Ocean View Blvd. & Honolulu Ave

Taste of the South Bay
Celebrate the South Bay food scene by noshing on tastes from restaurants like DOMA Kitchen, Petros, Con’iSeafood, the Strand House, and more. Also get your chance to mingle with the LA Kings players and alumni. $100; Friday, 7-11 pm; Shade Hotel Redondo Beach, 655 N. Harbor Dr, Redondo Beach, 310.535.4467

One year Celebration at Mega Bodega
It’s the one year mark for DTLA’s Mega Bodega! There will be some special kegs tapped for the party and $5 micheladas until 7 pm. Saturday, 5 pm-midnight; 1001 S Broadway c, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Hudson House‘s 8th Anniversary
Chef Brooke Williamson may have just won the fourteenth season of “Top Chef” but that is not her and her husband Chef Nick Roberts only reason to celebrate. They are celebrating their Redondo Beach restaurant’s 8th Anniversary with a Backyard Beach Party! Opening in 2009 and named for their son Hudson, Brooke and Nick are the co-owners and executive chefs of the gastropub, one of the first culinary-focused spots in the South Bay. Party the afternoon away with the Stone Hop Wagon, watermelon margaritas, a Fernet Branca Ice Luge, delicious backyard BBQ, surf tunes, and lots of bad dancing. Sunday, 1 pm; 514 N Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach, CA 90277; 310.798.9183

Gwen‘s New Three Course Meal
Curtis Stone’s meat-focused spot in Hollywood is serving up a new three-course meal for people like me (who don’t want to spend $185 for ten course). $55; 6600 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028; 323.946.7500

Barbara Jean‘s Happy Hour
Chef Jason Fullilove’s Barbara Jean residency is in the former Smoke.Oil.Salt. space on Melrose. They are now launching happy hour, which means you can expect Mary’s Fried ChickenSandwich with coleslaw, pickles and tamarind bbq; Chicken Fried Tacos with apple slaw, wood roasted tomato salsa and radish; Curry Fried Chicken with ginger aioli and kimchi; Cut Fried Chicken; Mac n Cheese; French Fries; Sweet Potato Fries; Fried Okra; and Bacon Braised Greens. Thursday-Sunday, 5-7 pm; 7274 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046

The Mar Vista Launches Brunch
Soak up the sun on the terrace or enjoy the beautiful interior dining room with its natural greenery. Signature morning dishes from the executive chef culinary team, D. Brandon Walker, Jill Davie, and Jorge Rivas include: Egg Hot Pot with applewood smoked bacon; Spanish Tortilla with chorizo; Cured Salmon Loaded Potato; Goat Cheese Chilaquiles (vegan alternative available), along with House Sangrias and Mar Vista Mimosas. Favorites from the progressive Los Angeles dinner menu, with an added brunch twist, are also available, including the Fontina Bacon Crab Melt and Mushroom Fundido, both served atop English muffins. Sundays, 11 am-3 pm; 12249 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066; 310.751.6773

Drago Ristorante & Drago Centro‘s Limited-Time Six-Course Kumamoto Prime Wagyu Tasting Menu
Feast on dishes like Battuta Di Carne Wagyu, black beef wagyu tartar; Bollito con Vegetali a Vapore, boiled wagyu in its own juice, steamed vegetables, crispy rice; Gnocchi Di Patate con Polpette, potato gnocchi, wagyu meatball, tomato sauce, Lasagnette Al Sugo Di Carne, lasagna, wagyu beef ragu, parmesan cheese; La Bistecca (6 oz.), kumamoto black wagyu beef, celery root, black garlic; and Profumi Di Limone, yuzu tart, meyer lemon, lavender sorbet. $85; Tuesday, March 14 through Tuesday, March 28 – Dinner Service Only; Drago Centro, City National Bank Plaza, 525 South Flower St, Los Angeles, CA 90071, 213.228.8998; Drago Ristorante, Petersen Automotive Museum, 6060 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036, 323.800.2244

Tabula Rasa’s Beer Deal
This weekend you’ll be able to get all-you-can-drink Stone Milk Stout at Tabula Rasa Bar in Thai Town. It’s a St. Patrick’s Day thing, but it’s going on all weekend! Plus, they throw in $12 shepherds pies as well. $15; 5125 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027

DTLA’s St. Patrick’s Day Block Party

Casey’s Irish Pub is at it again. Skip work and get there early for the block party. There will be beer, Jameson, pizzas from Pellicola Pizzeria, and DJ sets running throughout the day. Free; Friday, 6 am, festival: 11 am; 613 South Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90017

St. Patrick’s Day at Golden Road Brewery

Golden Road is serving up food specials like corned beef and hash sliders, shepherd’s pie, and Irish Cream Popsicles paired with their Dry Irish Stout. You can also get four beer pours for $16. Friday; 5430 W San Fernando Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90039

Santa Monica St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl
Start your St. Patrick’s Day by registering at Barney’s Beanery and receiving your map to the pot of gold (bar locations), along with cheap drinks and two-for-one specials. Wear green! $17+; Friday, 2 pm; 1351 3rd St, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Tom Bergin’s Public House‘s St. Patrick’s Day
Tom Bergin’s Public House is known for their St. Patrick’s Day celebration. The party starts at with an Irish breakfast and Irish coffee at the horseshoe bar. Festivities really get rolling at 11 am, when the party moves out into the parking lot and offers two bars, beer pong, a Fernet ice luge, giveaways and more until 2 am. For the first time ever, the bar opens for a Hair of the Dog Night Time After Party on Saturday at 4 pm. Friday & Saturday, 6 am; 840 S. Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA; 323.936.7151

Vintage Enoteca’s St. Patrick’s Day
The Hollywood wine bar is celebrating in a some what classy way. Enjoy a trio of grilled cheese sandwiches each paired with a glass of craft beer. $30; Friday, 5 pm; 7554 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA; 323.512.5278

The Pikey‘s St. Patrick’s Day
Hollywood’s English pub celebrates its neighbor to the north with Irish-inspired food like black and white pudding with colcannon and gravy, corned beef and cabbage and Guinness ice cream with brandy snaps. Also find themed cocktails like the Guinness float, Denver Mint Fizz and Irish whiskey flights. Friday; 7617 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046; 323.850.5400

Rock & Reilly’s St. Patty’s Day
The Irish bar is celebrating all day with a party featuring green beer, DJ tunes, Irish nachos, a giant shamrock pretzel and more. Plus, enjoy all the March Madness you can watch. Friday; 615 S Flower St, Los Angeles, CA 90017; 213.537.0554

Westbound ‘s St. Patty’s Day
The St. Patrick’s Day includes corned beef sliders, green eggs and ham and drinks like Irish Flag Swizzles and St. Patrick’s Day sours. Friday, 3 pm; 300 S. Santa Fe Ave, Suite N, Los Angeles, CA 90013

Dudley Market‘s St. Patty’s Day
Chef Wesley Barden be serving up some Irish favorites for lunch or dinner. Enjoy house made corned beef, steamed cabbage, and Weiser Family Farms Magic Myrna potatoes with house made Irish soda bread.  $16/lunch, $24/dinner; Dudley Market, 9 Dudley Ave, Venice, CA 90291; 424.744.8060

Terranea‘s St. Patrick’s Day
The luxurious Palos Verdes resort is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with Sea Beans serving an Irish Breakfast Wrap, while Nelson’s serves their hearty Guinness Beef Irish Stew for lunch. Stop by the lobby bar to sample an Irish Whiskey Flight of Jameson, Jameson Black Barrel, Red Breast 12 year, and Red Breast Cask Strength before ordering a traditional colcannon, buttery mashed potatoes with bacon, leeks, and cabbage, at the bar. The newly opened Catalina Kitchen is serving including slow roasted corned beef and duck lamb sausage with caramelized onion, potatoes and Jameson gravy. 100 Terranea Way,
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275

The Cannibal‘s St. Patrick’s Day
The beer and butcher shop at Platform in Culver City is serving up all you can eat corned beef and cabbage plate as well as drink specials like all-you-can-drink beer for $25. Friday; 8850 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232; 310.838.2783

The Fat Dog‘s St. Patrick’s Day
At both locations of the Fat Dog, indulge in holiday classics like corned beef and cabbage $3 Wonderland lager-green beer, $5 Irish Setters (whiskey, Irish cream liquor and green creme de menthe) and $7 St. Paddy’s themed Fat Drink of the Day. Friday; 801 N. Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046, 323.951.0030; 11050 Magnolia Blvd, North Hollywood, CA 91601; 818.985.DOGG

Villains Tavern‘s St. Patrick’s Day
Enjoy drink specials like $6 pints of Guinness and shots of Jameson, $8 Irish Car Bombs and $10 Jameson Casemates drink special. Friday; 1356 Palmetto St, Los Angeles, CA; 213.613.0766

Horse Thief BBQ & Beer Garden‘s St. Patrick’s Day
The Grand Central Market restaurant will be adding corned beef to their menu for St. Patrick’s Day. They will also be serving Guinness on draught for $7 to enjoy on their outdoor patio. Friday, 4 pm; 324 S Hill St, Los Angeles, CA 90013; 213.625.0341

Sycamore Tavern‘s St. Patrick’s Day
Celebrate with green beer, Jameson shots, Guinness and food specials like their ruben roll, corned beef hash, and more. Friday, 2 pm; 7038 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028; 323.467.7038

The Gallery‘s St. Patrick’s Day
The restaurant at the Shoppes at Westlake celebrates over tradition food specials like potato leek soup with crispy chives, Guinness steak pie and slow-cooked corned beef and cabbage. Friday; 30768 Russell Ranch Road, #C, Westlake Village, CA. 91362; 818.889.1338

The Hudson‘s St. Patrick’s Day
The West Hollywood hotspot celebrates with a pint of Guinness and a shot of Bushmills for $9. Friday; 1114 N Crescent Heights Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90046; 323.654.6686

All St. Patrick’s Day events here.

By Whitney

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