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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...

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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Monday: Free Yogurtland The froyo franchise is sweetening up your Monday with a free frozen yogurt cup with toppings! They have two new flavors made with Hershey’s® ingredients — peanut butter cup and chocolate milkshake, so all locations will be serving up free swirls in honor of International Frozen Yogurt Day. Monday, 4-7 pm For Your Consideration Date Night at The Grove See the season’s awards nominated films while you enjoy dinner and valet parking with a new package from The Grove. Pick a...

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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...