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Tom Bergin’s Tavern
The iconic Irish pub is reopening this weekend with a small menu of bar snacks and a full bar including 14 beers on tap. The aesthetic has stayed the same, but they upgraded the upstairs into an area called the Old Horse Shoe Lounge and there you’ll find craft bar and a seasonal cocktail list. By the end of the month, they will have a full menu of pub fare. Saturday; 840 S Fairfax Ave Los Angeles, 90036

Big Wangs Hollywood’s First Annual National Beer Pong Tournament
After years of beer pong training in college, this weekend it all comes to head. get to Big Wangs Hollywood for their First Annual National Beer Pong Tournament. Enter your team for just $20, which will get you all the beer you need to play. Saturday; More info here

Nighttime Tasting Tour
Los Angeles’ Breweries are coming together for an Eastside nighttime tasting tour of Golden Road BreweryEagle Rock Brewery, and Angel City Brewery. Saturday; Tickets here

Eat Well Menus
Stick to your resolution this weekend with Santa Monica’s Eat Well Menus. Head to some great restaurants for discounted and multi-course meals. Sunday; Make your resys here

Converse Rubber Tracks Live at Urban Outfitters
Downtown’s brand new Urban Outfitters hosts Chromatics, Glass Candy, and Doe Eyes as part of Converse’s ‘Rubber Tracks’ concert series. The headliner, Chromatics have a modern take on italo-disco that is dreamy and dark. Saturday, 8 pm; Tower Theater, 802 S Broadway, Los Angeles, 90014

The Godfather: Part II
Go watch this classic that’s full  of beautiful sets and the all star cast of De Niro, Pacino, and Lee Strasberg. $11; Sunday, 7:30 pm; Egyptian Theatre, 6712 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, 90028

Rebel Without a Cause
Head to Santa Monica’s Aero Theatre to catch director Nicholas Ray’s iconic film portraying suburban teen rebellion, alienation, and moral downfall. $7/members, $11/non-members; Friday, 7:30 pm; 1328 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, 90403

Fomo Fest 2014
Get a night full of performances from indie bands, including Avid Dancer, Bogan Via, Fever the Ghost, Hindu Pirates, and more. The event spans both The Echo and The Echoplex. $8-10; Friday, 8 pm; 1822 Sunset Blvd.

Scratch Bar “Open Mic” Dinner with Chef James Trees
Scratch Bar’s Chef Phillip Franklin Lee hosts an ‘Open Mic’ Sunday series where he invites guest chefs to serve up a unique menu. This Sunday has James Trees, is serving up Kabocha with Black Garlic Marshmallow and Grilled Pork Belly, and Baked Apple soup with Creme Fraiche, Caramelized Onion, and Crab. $70 for seven courses; Sundays; Scratch|Bar, 111 N La Cienega Blvd., Beverly Hills, 90021; Call for resys

Historic Downtown Walking Tour
Explore the most iconic landmarks in downtown Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Conservancy’s two-and-a-half hour downtown walking tour hits sights like the Central Library, Angels Flight, the Bradbury Building, and more. $10 general/$5 members, children 12 and under; Saturday

New Cocktails at Pour Vous
Hollywood’s 1920s Parisian lounge/bar welcomes mixologist Francois Vera to curate their cocktail program. Sip on cocktails like Uisce Buck with Jameson Black Barrel whiskey, lemon juice, ginger and soda; and Puff-Puff Pastis with Plymouth Gin, Ricard Pastis, Amontillado Sherry, orgeat and mint. 5574 Melrose Ave.

Winter Cocktails at Eveleigh
Mixologist David Kupchinsky’s has mixed up some cocktails that are perfect for the season at Sunset Strip hotspot, Eveleigh. Sip creations like the Befuddled Julep with chai infused bourbon, house-made Satsuma marmalade, mint; and American Trilogy with highwest Son of Bourye Whisky, bonded apple brandy, house made spiced apple gomme and bitters. 8752 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood; 424.239.1630

“Lights, Camera, ‘Holly’-wood”
This is your last weekend to see the unique tribute to Hollywood glamor by Dr. Christmas. Voted “Best of L.A – Best Holiday Decorator” by CBS, Dr. Christmas’ holiday trees are designed to reflect the past of the historic Max Factor Building and are dedicated to icons including Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Judy Garland, Lucille Ball, Angelina Jolie and more. Through Sunday; 1660 N. Highland Ave.; 323.464.7776

Cleanse Specials at Pressed Juicery
Keep your New Years resolutions by hitting up Pressed Juicery. Start out slowly with Pressed Juicery’s one-day cleanse for $39 (normally $48.50) or go all in with their three-day cleanse $149 (regularly$199). Through January 10


Mohawk General Store & Mohawk Man
Score 30-50% off brands like A.P.C., Dries Van Noten and more during the essential boutique’s winter sale at all three locations.

Get to this designer boutique’s massive in-store and online blowout, where you’ll get 50-75% off brands like Elizabeth & James, Maison Scotch, Lovers + Friends, Clover Canyon and more. Note: that 75% off merch is only available online and at the Melrose location.

Nigel Beauty Emporium
Get beautiful in 2014! Now until Sunday, enjoy up to 50% off makeup, skincare, haircare and more during the beauty supply store’s clearance sale in North Hollywood.

HD Buttercup
Now until January 20th, hit up the modern home decor & furniture shop’s ongoing sale, which has up to 70% off mid century modern-inspired goods and more.

Scoop NYC
Now until merchandise lasts, score an additional 30% off all sale items at the luxe chain retailer’s stores in Beverly Hills (265 N Beverly Dr) and Brentwood (216 26th St). The sale’s also going down online.

Steven Alan
Enjoy an additional 25% off all sale items in stores and online.




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