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Monday, October 27:

Clover Juice’s Nutmilks
Clover Juice is rolling out nutmilks. My personal fave is the Rosé flavor which has pistachios, almonds, cashews, strawberries, mint, coconut nectar and pink himalayan sea salt. It tastes like cherry pie! Plus, for each of bottle of Rosé that’s sold this month – $1 is donated to the Pink Lotus Breast Center. 2 W 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90048; 323.651.2568

kitchen24’s Longest Happy Hour
Their new happy hour food and drink menu is now available SundayThursday, 3-11 pm and Friday-Saturday from 3-8pm. You can get 2 for 1 beer and wine, $7 signature cocktails and $6 plates including caramelized onion quesadilla, beer battered onion rings, braised short rib sliders, citrus pineapple wings, and veggie chili tots.

Halloween Pop-Up At Recess
Costume designer Sophie de Rakoff and Hollywood hair stylist Anne Morgan have teamed up to produce a pop-up shop featuring beautiful vintage Halloween costumes and hand-crafted wigs. Now through Friday, October 31; Recess, 111 N La Brea Ave.; 323.931.4009

Faith & Flower’s New Fall Cocktail Menu
“Chief of Booze” Michael Lay, has created a seasonal menu that features original fall drinks, in addition to signature classics like the English Milk Punch, Esquire’s 2014 “Cocktail of the Year.” The fall cocktail menu, which takes advantage of the seasonal availability of famers’ market ingredients, includes the following new additions: Roxie & Cameo (Zubrowka Bison Grass Vodka, St Germain, Nardini Aqua di Cedro, Fresh Lemon, Egg White, Peychauds Bitters); Dundorado (Arette Blanco Tequila, Calisaya, Imbu Petal & Thorn Aperitif, Bittermens Burlesque Bitters); Pio Pico (El Silencio Mezcal, Blanco Tequila, Pineapple, Ginger, Serrano Chili, Lime); Witch of Wilshire (Jensen Old Tom Gin, Strega, Geijer Glogg, Bittermens Tiki Bitters); Rattlesnake a la Beretta (Rittenhouse 100 Rye, Lemon, Maple, Egg White, Peychaud’s Bitters); Bunker Hill (El Silencio Mezcal, Creme de Cacao, Tamarind, Bittermens Hopped Grapefruit Bitters, Curry Leaf); Autumn Buck (Monkey Shoulder Scotch, Nux Alpina Walnut, Citrus, Ginger); and Orchard Smash (Clyde May Alabama Whiskey, Lemon, Ginger, Mint, Baked Apple Bitters). 705 W. 9th St., Los Angeles, CA 90015; 213.239.0642

FIGat7th $7 Happy Hour
Experience signature items from your favorite FIGat7th eateries on weekdays from 4-9 pm. Items will change monthly, but you can nosh on City Tavern’s­ Beast Fries; The Flying Pig Café various rolls all under $7 include, but are not limited to: California Roll, Spicy Salmon, Spicy Yellowtail, Spicy Scallop, Fresh Water Eel + Avocado + Cucumber, Vegetable Roll; Loteria Grill’s ­Very Berry Margarita; Mendocino Farms has­ $1 off house red and white & $1 off Organic Eel River Blonde; New Moon Café’s­ Honey Glazed Chicken Bowl and Drink; and Torta Company’s­ Hawaiian Chipotle BBQ Torta.735 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90017; 213.955.7150

Holy Cow BBQ Serves Lunch
Opened on Saturday, September 13th, the restaurant, created by Rob Serritella and the team behind the popular Messhall Kitchen in Los Feliz, has been met a hit with Angelenos. Holy Cow BBQ will be open for lunch starting on Monday, October 27th.  MondayFriday, noon (and on the weekends it will open at 3 pm); 264 26th St., Santa Monica, CA 90402; 310.883.6269

Coolhaus Throwback Party
In partnership with Blackboard Eats in Culver City, this special ’90s-themed event is a DIY ice cream making party. Learn how to make five ’90s-themed ice cream flavors and get the inside scoop on the story of Coolhaus. There will also be ’90s tunes, signed cookbooks and pints for the road. $65; Monday, Wednesday, and November 3, 7-9 pm; 8588 Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232

Tuesday, October 28:

Pink Chicken’s Halloween
Celebrate with a series of pumpkin decorating parties! Pumpkins and decorations provided. Tuesday – Thursday, 35 pm; 1524 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, CA, 90403

Tortilla Republic West Hollywood Launches Short N’ Sweet and Relax & Rita Menus
These menus are perfect for hurried professionals as well as diners with time to spare. The Short N’ Sweet ($15) option has a Salsa Trio or Guacamole followed by a main course, like the Quesadilla de Hongos/Mushroom with cremini & oyster mushrooms, roasted shallots, baby arugula, Monterey Jack, Manchego cheese, and white truffle oil; and Pollo/Chicken Torta with crispy breaded chicken breast, black beans, chipotle aioli, cheddar cheese, cilantro crema, and guacamole. The restaurant guarantees to provide the Short N’ Sweet menu to guests in a dash within fifteen minutes, from the time they order, for up to four people. If this timing is not met, lunch will be complimentary. The Relax & Rita ($24) menu features a House or Jalapeño Margarita, a Salsa Trio or Guacamole, and any lunch entrée from the traditional menu. These new midday menus accommodate hungry Angelenos with varied schedules. Lunch is available Tuesday-Friday, 11:30 am–3 pm; 616 N Robertson Blvd.,West Hollywood, CA 90069

Pumpkin Carving at the Escondite
This downtown bar’s gonna give you free pumpkins and tools in exchange for using their picnic tables to booze/carve. Plus, the best pumpkin gets a $50 gift certificate. Tuesday, 5-9 pm; 410 Boyd St., Los Angeles, CA 90013; 213.626.1800

Wednesday, October 29:

Sexy Horrors Halloween Party
Rock & Reilly andPearl’s will host a special Halloween party transforming both venues into a spooky carnival complete with games, raffles, haunted house and more! $45; bottle service and tables are also available. Wednesday, 9 pm-2 am

Lucha VaVoom Aztec Horror!
Celebrate the Halloween seasons with this ridiculously fun performance featuring masked Mexican wrestlers, mini Mexican wrestlers comedy, and burlesque acts all part of one entertaining evening. Wednesday & Thursday; Mayan Theatre, 1038 S Hill St., Downtown

Tam O’Shanter’s Whiskey Mixer
Sample whiskies from ten award-winning distilleries including Few, Templeton, Charbay, Elijah Craig, Bernheim, Trybox, Rittenhouse, Mellow Corn, Evan Williams and Henry McKenna. Hors d’oeuvres will be by executive chef Mark Kalenderian and paired beautifully with each featured spirit. $39; Wednesday, 6:30 pm; 2980 Los Feliz Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90039; 323.664.0228

Thursday, October 30:

Young Chef Competition
Four young chefs will compete in a rigorous cooking competition to earn trainings at some of the nation’s most well-respected restaurants. Designed to recognize outstanding young professionals in America, the Young Chef Competition series is spearheaded by Board of Directors Jérôme Bocuse, Daniel Boulud, and Thomas Keller. In addition to prepared food from Bouchon Beverly Hills and fine wines from Galerie and Mt. Brave in Napa Valley, and WindRacer and Maggy Hawk in Sonoma County and Anderson Valley, you receive a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the Bouchon kitchen, where competitors work to prepare their dishes for judges including Chefs William Bradley (Addison), Josiah Citrin (Melisse), Timothy Hollingsworth (Broad), Roland Passot (La Folie), and Richard Rosendale. Chef Keller hosts the event. $100/VIP (6 pm entry with an exclusive one-hour canapé and Champagne reception), $75/general admission (7 pm entry with hors d’oeuvres and wine) 100% of the ticket price will benefit ment’or. Thursday; Bouchon Beverly Hills, 235 N. Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Angel City Brewery’HOWL-o-ween Party
Pet retailer Pussy & Pooch has teamed up with Angel City for an evening of Halloween fun for pets and their humans. The party, which will be hosted in the brewery’s newly refurbished Beer Hall, features live music, treats for tricks, and of course a dog costume contest. For one ticket, you will receive a beer and bites from Southern Fried Vegan. All ticket proceeds will benefit Downtown Dog Rescue, a non-profit dog rescue organization dedicated to providing services to low-income pet owners in under-served LA communities. $10, $15 at the door; Thursday, 7 pm; 216 S Alameda St., Los Angeles, CA 90012; 213.622.1261

The Oyster Gourmet Opens at The Grand Central Market
Christophe Happillon, Los Angeles’ only Master Ecailler (shellfish master) known for his pop-up oyster bars at Joe’s, Akasha, Church & State, Perch and Le Zinque, will open his first restaurant -The Oyster Gourmet- at Grand Central Market in DTLA. It’s a front-row seat to watch Happillon artfully prepare oysters and other delicacies at a circular raw bar encased in a giant mechanical oyster. With 14 counter seats and take-out, the stand will offer ecologically sustained seafood focused on oysters but also including mussels, scallops, clams and sea urchin. His menu will also include specific pairings with wine and champagne. 317 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90013




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