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Dine Out Long Beach Restaurant Week 2.0 Eat your heart out during the annual Dine Out Long Beach, Restaurant Week 2.0, which is a seven-day celebration of dining conceived by Elizabeth Borsting, president of Elizabeth Borsting Public Relations Inc. You can enjoy two-course brunches and lunches starting at $10 and/or three-course dinners or small plates starting at $20. Dine Out Long Beach showcases more than 50 restaurants from across the city and participating restaurants to date, include: Chianina Steakhouse, Open Sesame, Michael’s On...

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Monday: The Wallace is Happy AF The Wallace is jumping into the happy hour, with chef Joel Miller turning out reduced-price dishes. Grab cocktails like the Juicy Cruzer made with peanut butter stout and sparkling wine; the Participation Award made with tequila, pomegranate, and lime; the Dad Bod made with Bourbon, lemon, and honey; the Sorry not Sorry made with White rum, lime, dry vermouth, cacao, grenadine; and The Struggle is Real made with Vodka, Gin, and Cocchi Americano for $9. Food includes Tacos de...

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Cupid’s Undie Run Hundreds of Angelenos will brave the cold in just their underwear to raise awareness and fund the research of neurofibromatosis (NF).  The world’s largest organized undie run, Cupid’s Undie Run, is a valentines themed, 1 mile fun run+ a massive party.  All money raised benefits the Children’s Tumor Foundation. $35; Saturday, 11 am; The Victorian, 2640 Main St, Santa Monica, CA 90405 Sex & The City Zoo The L.A. Zoo’s adults-only Valentine’s celebration features Fool for Love, a provocative...

Valentine’s Day

Spago’s Valentine’s Day Join Spago for a lavish Valentine’s Day dinner where Chef Tetsu Yahagi will prepare a three-course prix fixe menu! Make it a special surprise and pre-order a bottle of champagne to be waiting at our table or a box of Wolfgang Puck gourmet chocolate to finish off the evening. $145; Tuesday; 176 N Canon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210; 310.385.0880; Reservations: here. CUT by Wolfgang Puck’s Valentine’s Day Enjoy a multi-course menu with offerings including Pan-Roasted Three Pound Lobster for two (with...

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First Fridays at Natural History Museum If we are what we eat, then we are everything – besides taste and nutrition, our meals tell stories of lifestyle, culture, and surprising science. This year, the Natural History Museum explores food from our insides out; the theme for First Fridays 2017 is “Serving Up Science: The Dish on Food.” Explore how has food changed us and affected our bodies and digestion – from our ancient paleo-diet relatives, to today’s processed snack culture? And...