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03/14/2016

Monday, March 14:

Eat | See| Hear Announces Lineup
Voted “Best Outdoor Movie Series” by Los Angeles Magazine in 2014, the Eat|See|Hear outdoor movie, food truck and live music series brings an evening of fun to the best Los Angeles-area venues each summer. The fifth annual summer series is presented by Showtime Networks, featuring up-and-coming bands from the local music scene, the hottest food trucks and the largest inflatable movie screen west of the Mississippi with the highest quality HD-projection featuring a 52-foot wide image and professional sound. Eat|See|Hear promises an enjoyable movie-going experience for everyone, including dogs. A portion of ticket sales at the end of each season goes to Best Friends Animal Society-Los Angeles in support of the NKLA initiative. Local rescue groups will be on site each week this summer with adoptable animals. *Venues and movies subject to change. 5:30 pm/doors, 7 pm/band, 8:30 pm/movie

Tom’s Urban’s March Madness Deals
Tom’s Urban at L.A. Live is getting into the spirit of March with its St. Madness promotion. You are invited to enjoy green-inspired drinks specials all month long, perfect for any St. Patrick’s Day or March Madness celebration. Highlights include “Do a Dew” specials including Brew and a Dew (Guinness pint with a shot of Tullamore Dew; $13) and Green Apple Dew (Tullamore Dew and apple juice; $6.25), as well as Bucket o’ Buds (choice of Bud or Bud Light; 5 for $20). Now through March 31st; 1011 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90015; 213.746.8667

Pi Day Deals at Grant Grill
In honor of Pi Day, San Diego’s Grant Grill will be offering specialty cocktails for $3.14. Known for shaking up the nation’s best cocktails, Grant Grill sets the stand for providing world-class libations with an impressive list of craft cocktails including its highly exclusive aged Génépi Americana barrel-aged cordial, Cocktails Sur Lie  bottle conditioned cocktails, seasonal specialties, and more. Sip and savor while celebrating! Monday, 8 pm; 326 Broadway, San Diego, CA: 619.744.2077

Pi Day at Flour & Barley Brick Oven Pizza
Celebrate National Pi Day this year with pie—a pizza pie! Flour & Barley Brick Oven Pizza, located inside The LINQ Promenade in Las Vegas, is celebrating the day that celebrates the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter with specially priced $3.14 slices from its to-go window all day. Choose from creative slices including sausage, meatball and capicola; or mushroom, spinach and peppers, or keep it “classic” with cheese or pepperoni pizza. And while you’re there, why not stop in for a handcrafted, barrel-aged cocktail, or seasonal beers or wine on draft? Monday; 3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, #L-25, Las Vegas, NV  89109; 702.430.4430

Pi Day at Made in Brooklyn
During lunch service today, newly-opened New York pizza truck Made in Brooklyn’s whole pies will be half off! Monday, 11:30 am – 2:30 pm; 3000 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90404; 323.844.3642

Pi Day at Pitfire Pizza
Pitfire Pizza’s locations in Costa Mesa, DTLA, Manhattan Beach, Mar Vista, North Hollywood, Pasadena, West Hollywood, Westlake Village, and Westwood are celebrating the mathematical constant with $3.14 pie. You must dine within a Pitfire location and show that you follow Pitfire on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter to redeem. There will even be a pi contest — whoever can recite the most decimal points of pi from memory will win one free pizza per month for a year. Monday, until 3:14 pm

Public School on Tap
All locations will be offering skillet-style Corned Beef Hash alongside their rotating craft beer taps and select Irish whiskeys. Enjoy braised, house-made corned beef with a stout-mornay reduction and topped with a 6-minute egg, crispy smashed potatoes, roasted carrots and brussels sprouts. Pair it with an Irish whiskey flight* and consider yourself shamrocked. *Irish whiskey selection varies by location. Monday through March 19th

Tuesday, March 15:

March Madness at Plan Check Kitchen + Bar
At LA’s eatery, Plan Check Kitchen + Bar has multiple flat screen TVs for you to catch all the action. Also, nothing could be more appropriate on game day than chowing down on the kitchen’s innovative comfort food, like Da Buck Fifty Wings ($2.50 each) and Wasabi Beer Nuts ($3), caramelized peanuts and cashews coated with soy sauce, sugar, and wasabi. Tuesday – April 2; all locations

March Madness at Charcoal Venice
Charcoal Venice is LA’s new neighborhood restaurant from two-star Michelin Chef, Josiah Citrin, and his Chef de Cuisine, Joe Johnson, who cook up live-fire cuisine amidst a minimalist atmosphere. Catch the games while chowing down on some of Chef Josiah and Chef Joe’s sharable plates including Cabbage Baked in the Embers ($9.50) with tart yogurt, sumac, and lemon zest, smoked in a Big Green Egg and Smoky Grilled Chicken Wings ($14.50) with Blue Lake beans, almonds, and lemon-infused breadcrumbs. Tuesday – April 2; 425 Washington Blvd, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292; 310.751.6794

The Club Room at BOA Steakhouse Sunset
The Club Room is the lounge space at West Hollywood’s BOA Steakhouse, which is located adjacent to the restaurant’s bar area. It has comfortable, oversized furniture situated around a big screen TV – perfect for March Madness viewing. To add, The Club Room offers an exclusive menu of savory bites and revamped libations, which include: Blue Crab Toasts ($10) with avocado tartare; Yellowtail Crudo ($12) with sea beans, radishes, and avocado crema; and The Grand Prix ($15) made with premium vodka, Zucca Amaro, Cocchi Americano, elderflower liqueur, and lime. Tuesday – April 2; 9200 Sunset Blvd #650, West Hollywood, CA 90069; 310.278.2050

Cuisine de Campagne at Viviane
Viviane is hosting an intimate “Cuisine de Campagne” wine dinner with Ojai Vineyard. The all-inclusive meal will pair six of Owner/Winemaker Adam Tolmach’s most coveted wines with a selection of family-style dishes specially created by Executive Chef Michael Hung to showcase the rich Ojai terroir. The limited engagement, available to a maximum of 30 guests, will serve as the inaugural installment in a larger wine event series as curated by General Manager and Sommelier Emmanuel Faure. Menu highlights include Lightly Cured and Hot Smoked Albacore Belly with Oro Blanco Grapefruit, Aged Miso, Scallion Pistou paired with a 2014 Riesling Kick On; Moroccan Spiced Lamb Shoulder with charred carrots glazed in coastal honey and coriander salsa verde paired with a 2013 Syrah John Sebastiano; and Pineapple Upside Down Cake with brandied cherries, black pepper, and vanilla crema alongside a 2011 Riesling Kick On. $88; Tuesday, 6:30 pm; The Avalon Hotel, 9400 West Olympic Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA, 90212; 310.407.7791

Rock & Brews El Segundo Hosts “Battle of the Brews” for March Madness
Rock & Brews El Segundo is joining the ‘madness’ this March! The rock-inspire restaurant, co-founded by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley of KISS, will broadcast the 2016 Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament games on multiple screens, while serving up rockin’ March Madness beer specials. Rock & Brews will also host Battle of the Brews, pitting beers against each other in a tournament-style competition. You are invited to vote for your favorite beers to advance to the championship, and the winning beer will win a tap takeover at the restaurant for a day. Rock & Brews will offer player’s pint upgrades (20 oz pours) of select draft beers during all NCAA tournament games throughout the entire tournament. Tuesday through April 4th; 143 Main St, El Segundo, CA; 310.615.9890

Wednesday, March 16:

St Patty’s Daybreaker
Why does Saint Patricks Day have to be about overcrowded bars and booze soaked bros? Swap the Guinness with some green juice and rock out some green and gold for a killer morning dance party. Wednesday, Yoga: 5:30 – 6:30 am, Dance Party 6:30 – 8:30 am; LA Mother, 1627 N Gower St, Los Angeles, CA 90028

Thursday, March 17: 

St. Patrick’s Day at Plan Check Kitchen + Bar
All locations are serving shamrock-centric specials until Sunday. Executive Chef, Ernesto Uchimura is serving Pastrami Nosh, a double-smoked pastrami, melty Swiss cheese, kimchi mustard, pickles, and a sunny fried egg; Pastrami Burger, a beef patty, pastrami, melty Swiss cheese, pickles, kimchi mustard, on a panko-crusted crunch bun; and Pastrami Gravy Fries, beef tallow fries, pastrami bits, pastrami gravy, melty Swiss cheese, and chopped pickles. Also on offer is Plan Check’s Emerald Isle-inspired Jameson Grasshopper Milkshake*, which blends vanilla ice cream with Jameson, minty grasshopper cookies, and plenty of whipped cream. Thursday-Sunday

St. Patrick’s Day at Manhattan House
Manhattan House is joining in on the fun and celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with one-night-only festive food and drink specials. Manhattan House’s Head Chef, Diana Stavaridis, is creating a limited-edition Corned Beef Reuben featuring their in-house baked bread, Korean corned beef and kimchi, pickled in chili aioli. Additionally, if you go into the restaurant wearing any green article of clothing, you will also receive a free scoop of a special edition Guinness-infused ice cream with a purchase of any food or drink item.The South Bay gastropub will also feature various drink specials throughout the evening. In addition to their extensive draft beer selection, you can also order a shot of Jameson with your draft beer for only $10. The bar will also offer an “Irish Mule,” a thematic take on the classic Moscow Mule, containing Jameson, ginger beer and lime for just $8. Thursday, 5-10 pm (the bar will stay open to 12 am; 1019 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Manhattan Beach, CA 90266; 310.574.2277

St. Patrick’s Day at The Abbey Food & Bar
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at The Abbey with leprechaun gogo dancers and Miller Lite and Jameson shots on special. Thursday; 692 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, CA; 310.289.8410

St. Patrick’s Day at The Pikey
The Hollywood English pub serves up specials like smoked salmon soda bread; cabbage and boiled bacon; Guinness ice cream and cookies; Guinness floats; Irish coffee with Guinness foam and an Irish flight of four Irish whiskeys. Thursday; 7617 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA; 323.850.5400

St. Patrick’s Day at Horse Thief BBQ
Celebrate at Grand Central Market’s BBQ spot over a corned beef and cabbage special as well as Guinness on tap. Thursday; 324 S Hill St, Los Angeles, CA  90013; 213.625.0341

St. Patrick’s Day at Vintage Enoteca
Join in Vintage Enoteca’s Annual Grilled Cheese & Beer Tasting Event, the latest installment of their non-traditional tasting series. On the night of March 17th only, we’ll elegantly pair three craft beers with three unique grilled cheeses. So you can still enjoy St. Patrick’s Day but with a little sophistication. It’s fun food, serious pairings. Menu includes Camembert with Apples Sauteed in Thyme Butter on Honey Wheat Bread
with the Great Divide “Colette” Saison, Colorado; Swiss with Prosciutto, Tangy Onion Jam, Mustard Aioli on Rye Bread with Gavroche French Red Ale, France; Smokey Blue with Balsamic Fig Jam on Cranberry Walnut Bread with Lost Abbey “Judgment Day” Belgian-Style Dark Quad Ale, California. Regular menu available too. $30; Thursday, 5 pm; 7554 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046; 323.512.5278

Casey’s St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival
This 43rd annual all-day street festival hits DTLA with Irish food, games, Irish drink specials (green beer, anyone?) and sets by a DJ. Headquartered at Casey’s Irish Pub, the street festival takes place in front of the pub. Free general admission until 3 pm, $10 after 3 pm; Thursday, 6 am-2 am; 613 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90017

St. Patrick’s Day at The Original Farmers Market
The Original Farmers Market gets in on the holiday spirit with a day-long celebration featuring traditional Irish fare, music, a strolling bagpipers, Irish beers and more. Thursday; 6333 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90036; 323.933.9211

St. Patrick’s Day at Eveleigh
Celebrate with four specialty Irish-themed cocktails and three different whiskey flights. Thursday; 8752 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90069; 424.239.1630

St. Patrick’s Day at Saddle Peak Lodge
The Calabasas dining destination offers corned bison with boiled fingerling potatoes, napa cabbage, and Guinness sauce. $42; Thursday; 419 Cold Canyon Rd, Calabasas, CA 91302; 818.222.3888

St. Patrick’s Day at Ox & Son
This Santa Monica hotspot is celebrating with ½ price beers all day (and on all beers). Plus, nosh on Irish specialties courtesy of Executive Chef Brad Miller: Fish & Chips (Available 11 am– 6 pm) and Corned Beef & Cabbage Cassoulet (Available after 5 pm). Thursday; 1534 Montana Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90403; 310.829.3990

St. Patrick’s Day at Brent’s Deli’s
Whether you’re a lad, lass, shiksa or mensch, celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Brent’s Deli with locations in Northridge and Westlake Village. Known for its authentic selection of deli food, Brent’s is also the go-to place for the most traditional Irish dish – corned beef and cabbage. In addition to corned beef and cabbage, Brent’s will also offer beef stew and an ample-size serving of shepherd’s pie with Brent’s unique twist. The Westlake Village location has a full bar, so enjoy a Guinness, as well as green beer for $3 or 23-ounces for $5, Irish coffee for $5, and other holiday libations. Happy Hour is 4-6:30 pm with $5 well drinks, $1 off draft beer and complimentary appetizers plus the Drink of the Day is offered at just $5. Thursday, 6 am-9 pm, 19565 Parthenia St, Northridge, CA, 818.886.5679; Thursday, 7 am- 9 pm, 2799 Townsgate Rd, Westlake Village, CA, 805. 557.1882

St. Patrick’s Day at Angel City Brewery
They will be opening early at 2 pm to kick off a whole day’s worth of Irish-themed festivities. Special Beers Include: Jameson Ale, an Imperial Irish Ale with notes of vanilla, molasses, black cherries and a distinct peppery finish and Rose McEly, an Irish Red Cask brewed with rose hips. There will also be live music from The Vignes Rooftop Revival at 5 pm & Pretty Polly Band at 6 pm, Cornhole Tournament, Irish-themed food trucks serving Irish Nachos, Corned Beef Tacos and Braised Corn Beef, Fish and Chips, and Off The Ropes comedy show at 9 pm. Thursday, 2 pm; 216 S Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90012; 213.622.1261

Hopdoddy’s Burger
Get to the El Segundo and Playa Vista locations to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with its Luck-O-The-Doddy Burger. It’s made with a beef patty, prosciutto, fried egg, manchego cheese, salsa verde, onion, tomato and arugula on a fresh-out-of-the-oven egg bun. $11; Thursday; El Segundo, 830 S. Sepulveda Blvd, #116, El Segundo, CA 90245; Playa Vista, 12746 Jefferson Blvd, #1120, Playa Vista, CA 90094

St. Patrick’s Day at Flemings
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Fleming’s and enjoy our happy hour menus all night long! Sip a cocktail, glass of wine or bite into a dish off our bar menu from Lobster Lettuce Wraps to the Prime Burger.

Hard Rock’s St. Patrick’s Day Pairing
Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, and Hard Rock Cafe will celebrate the holiday with its new GUINNESS® Irish Stout and Jameson® Irish Whiskey infused-burger and beer duet. TheGUINNESS® & Jameson® Bacon Cheeseburger, paired with a GUINNESS® stout, will be available through April 10. Hard Rock Cafe’s GUINNESS® & Jameson® Bacon Cheeseburger features a Certified Angus Beef® patty topped with Jameson® Irish Whiskey bacon jam, a GUINNESS® Stout cheese sauce, tomatoes and seasoned arugula. The burger will be served alongside Hard Rock’s seasoned fries with the option to add a topping of GUINNESS® cheese sauce and bacon, allowing guests to experience Irish stout flavors with every bite. The new GUINNESS® & Jameson® Bacon Cheeseburger joins Hard Rock’s line of burger and beer pairings, including the Rebel Legendary™ Burger, Goose Island Tropical Bacon Burger, Samuel Adams OctoberFest Schnitzel Burger and the Modelo Especial Bacon Cheeseburger. Each limited-edition burger was created with a specific beer in mind, taking the culinary beer trend to the next level by infusing beer into the burger recipe. Through April 10; 6801 Hollywood Blvd #105, Hollywood, CA 90028; 323.464.7625

St. Patrick’s Day at Tavern
The Brentwood restaurant offers specials like corned beef and cabbage, traditional Irish breakfast, Shepherd’s Pie, chocolate whiskey cake, a whiskey flight and Tavern’s signature cocktail, Tavern on the Green (brugal añejo rum, lime, muddled basil, cilantro and jalapeno). You can also get the specials to go at The Larder at Tavern and The Larder at Burton Way. Thursday, 5 pm; 11648 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049; 310.806.6466

St. Patrick’s Day at Tam O’Shanter
Get ready for an epic St. Patrick’s Day party with a special tent area in the parking lot opening at 1 pm, music firing up at 2 pm, and the party going well into the night. This year’s line-up of entertainment will feature: Whiskey Sunday, The group combines their shared roots of Irish folk with a hearty pour of Americana, prairie winds and riverside cabin hymns; Slugger O’Toole, An L.A.-based Celtic trad/rock quintet who share a passion for the working, fighting, and drinking songs of Ireland. Slugger concocts a lethal brew of foot-stomping classics, deft instrumentals, and a cappella killers; and Ploughboys, Tam O’Shanter’s own house band! Additionally, the tent will have a wide assortment of sweet and Irish-themed eats, including sugar shamrock cookies, Bailey’s cupcakes and corn beef and cabbage. Also get green beer, an assortment of ales and beers on tap, a world-class selection of scotch, and light-up shamrock necklaces for guests who follow the restaurant on Facebook or Instagram, or join their email list. Additionally, you will be able to try your luck in a drawing where the winner will receive two tickets to an upcoming Whisky Pairing Dinner ($150 value). Thursday, 11 am; 2980 Los Feliz Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90039; 323.664.0228

Tom Bergin’s Public House 80th St. Patrick’s Day
Celebrating their 80th St. Patrick’s Day, Tom Bergin’s Public House is throwing an indoor/outdoor St. Patrick’s Day bash. Since opening in 1936, Tom Bergin’s is the second oldest liquor license in LA County. Over the past 80 years, many memorable moments have taken place on this cherished holiday—from Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti bartending on St. Patrick’s Day in 2014 to a horse drinking an Irish Coffee at the iconic Horseshoe Bar decades ago. Devout regulars, who’ve earned one of the thousands of green shamrocks on the ceiling, have also been visiting every March 17 for over 45 years! Festivities include a Guinness truck pouring Guinness, Guinness Blonde, Guinness IPA, and Harp Lager on tap ($8); plenty of beer, Magners Irish Cider, and Irish-inspired cocktails from four satellite bars ($10); two beer pong tables; DJ spinning popular tunes; partially-tented area with picnic table seating; and Tom Bergin’s-branded merchandise for sale. A special St. Patrick’s Day “Shamrock Hour” from 5-7 pm will also feature $6 Coors Lite. Early morning revelers can enjoy a traditional Irish Breakfast with two eggs, bacon or bangers, Irish beans, grilled tomato, and toasted sourdough ($12) from 6-10 am. Festive pub fare and Tullamore DEW Ice cream will be served outside from 11 am-11 pm. Menu items range from $5-12 and are available until supplies last. Free; Thursday, 6 am-Friday, 2 am; 840 S Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036; 323.936.7151

St. Patrick’s Day at 118 Degrees
Gourmet, plant-based living foods restaurant, 118 Degrees is offering up green in a bunch of dishes from Owner and Executive Chef Jenny Ross. Swap out green beer (and the beer belly) for a Super Green juice blended with banana, kale, super greens, coconut and your choice of mango or pineapple. Feast on plates like Marinated Kale Salad with chopped, marinated kale, olives, avocado, walnuts and a creamy garlic Dulse dressing; Lemon Pesto Pasta with strips of zucchini, lemon pesto, marinated mushrooms, tomatoes and basil; Fried Avocado Rolled Tacos (not technically “fried”) made with avocado, tahini cheese, cucumbers, baby mixed greens and Tomatillo salsa, that are rolled in a flax seed batter with spices and dehydrated for three to four hours. Thursday, Lunch from 11:30 am-4 pm, Dinner from 4-9 pm; 18636 Ventura Blvd, Tarzana, CA 91356; 818.660.1118

St. Patrick’s Day at Bar Mattachine
Ring in a little green with DTLA’s hottest gay craft cocktail lounge, Bar Mattachine. Owner Garrett McKechnie is shaking up festive whiskey-based sippers like The Green Old Fashioned with Kin White Whiskey (shaken up by your favorite bartenders…in green undies)! Get lucky with the Frozen Grasshopper made with Aviation Gin, Strauss Family Creamery Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream, Luxardo Fernet, Tempus Fugit Crème de Cacao, crème de menthe and cream. Enjoy a draft of Telegraph Flotsam Dry Hopped Amber Lager, sip on a pint of How Do You Like Them Apples Cider or opt for a can of good old-fashioned Pabst Blue Ribbon. Thursday, 5 pm-2 am; 221 West 7th St, Los Angeles, CA 90014; 213.278.0471

St. Patrick’s Day at BRUXIE Santa Monica
Through March 20th, the 3rd Street Promenade waffle shop is serving up Irish-inspired specials form Owner & Executive Chef Dean Simon. Order up the Corned Beef Bubble & Squeak made with warm Boar’s Head corned beef, crushed potatoes and braised cabbage sandwiched between a crisp and airy BRUXIE waffle; Irish Nachos on crispy waffle cut fries topped with BRUXIE cheese sauce, Applewood smoked bacon, sour cream and chives; and the Lucky Shake which is blended with Wisconsin frozen custard, peppermint, fresh whipped cream and a lucky four leaf clover garnish. Through March 20th; 1412 3rd Street Promenade, Santa Monica, CA 90401; 424.268.9955 

St. Patrick’s Day at The Raymond 1886
The cozy craftsman cottage in Pasadena has everything you need to ring in the Irish holiday, beginning with a specialty cocktail from Barman Peter Lloyd Jones. The Tipperary is crafted with Tyrconnell Irish whiskey, Green Chartreuse and Carpano Antica for $12. Executive Chef Tim Guiltinan is cooking up hearty plates including the Pork, Apples & Bourbon made with crispy pork belly served with masa pudding, apple salsa and a splash of aged bourbon; Roasted Duck with fermented black bean jus, smoked onion, grilled Kai-Lan and creamed broccoli; and Marinated Young Lamb with pepperoni roasted Brussels sprouts and horseradish-Pecorino mashed potatoes. Thursday, Lunch from 11:30 am-2:30 pm, Dinner from 5:30-10 pm (Bar 1886 remaining open until Midnight); 1250 S Fair Oaks Ave, Pasadena, CA 91105; 626.441.3136

St. Patrick’s Day at Spare Tire Kitchen & Tavern
Executive Chef Isaias Peña is cooking up Corned Beef & Cabbage, a special Irish Shepherd’s Pie and an extensive selection of house-cured Charcuterie and Cheese plate options like Prosciutto, Salami and Finnocchio Fennel Sausage, along with Manchego, Stilton and Bonna Bouche cheeses. Sip on over 140 whiskeys, from domestic bourbons to coveted Irish bottles, there is plenty of that rich, golden liquid to go around. Bar Manager Melissa Taimanglo is serving up $5 Guinness Drafts, $7 Irish Car Bombs and $6 St. Patrick’s Day Shooters like theShamrock, the Dirty Irish, a Baby Guinness and an Irish Cowboy. Cocktail lovers can also savor the Dubliner with Jameson, lemon juice, cucumber and mint. Thursday, 11:30 am to 1:00 am; 5370 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036; 323.525.2618

St. Patrick’s Day at Venice Whaler
Executive Chef Nick Liberato is cooking up specials like hearty Shepherd’s Pie with ground beef, English peas, carrots and tomatoes topped with whipped potatoes; Short Rib Grilled Cheese with jack, cheddar and pickled onions; and the Winter Wedge salad with bleu cheese, bacon, cherry tomatoes and chives. Bar Manager Brittini Rae is pouring traditional Irish Punch mixed with whiskey, lemon juice, nutmeg, ginger syrup, spices and an orange peel for $6 and the Irish Maid, crafted with Tullamore Dew Irish whiskey, lemon juice, elderflower, agave and fresh cucumbers with a salted cucumber garnish for $8. Thursday, 11 am-2 am; 10 W Washington Blvd; Venice, CA 90292; 310.821.8737

The Still Opens at the Mirage Hotel
The Still, a no-nonsense restaurant and hangout that will serve as the ultimate man cave and sports destination is opening. The project from Clique Hospitality will combine approachable and classic food served exclusively from the kitchen of an Airstream trailer located within the space. The futuristic vehicle, known for its distinctive silver shape, will be the first of its kind in a Las Vegas restaurant and will serve as an eye catching interior design element of the venue. While The Still will have a centrally located full bar that offers craft cocktails, the highlight of the beverage program will be its extensive selection of domestic and imported beer. The menu offerings include street tacos and sliders, as well as appetizers that range from flounder fish and chips, complete with black truffle tartar sauce, to fresh oysters and lobster rolls. The space is designed by Alessandro Munge. 3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109; 800.374.9000

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