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Memorial Day Weekend

Singing in The Rain
Singing’ is the most iconic musical of them all for good reason: it’s the most fun. Entertaining, clever lyrics, bright music and inventive acrobatic dance routines will leave you breathless with awe and laughter. Join us for one of Hollywood’s most treasured classics, one unworn by time, it is an undeniable delight to people no matter who they are! Pure cinematic joy. $16+; Saturday, doors: 6:45 pm, movie: 8:30 pm; Hollywood Forever Cemetery, 6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

When an intrepid visitor from another planet is left behind, he must trust a group of neighborhood kids to try and get home. Sometimes funny, sometimes terrifying but always compelling, this is filmmaking at it’s finest. E.T. has earned it’s place in our hearts and minds. Stellar performances, including Drew Barrymore at six years old, fantastic special effects, a John Williams score and ethereal photography make for one of the greatest films of all time. Join us for this beloved classic under the stars. $16+; Sunday, doors: 6:45 pm, movie: 8:30 pm; Hollywood Forever Cemetery, 6000 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Eat/See/Hear presents The Big Lebowski
The Dude Lebowski (Jeff Bridges) is mistaken for a millionaire Lebowski. He accepts a one-time job with high pay-off enlisting the help of his bowling buddy, Walter (John Goodman). Deception leads to more trouble, and it soon seems that everyone from porn empire tycoons to nihilists want something from The Dude. In addition to this classic, listen to Opus Orange and check out which Food Trucks will be there, here. Plus, this event is dog-friendly! All dogs are welcomed with a free biscuit at the door! Dogs are not allowed inside the museum but are welcome everywhere else at the event. $5+; Saturday, 5:30-10:30 PM; Autry Museum in Griffith Park, 4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, CA 90027

Corey Helford Gallery Presents new works by street artist HUSH
HUSH’s exhibition, entitled “Allure,” will be his second solo with the gallery. HUSH uses futuristic silvers and blacks clothed in a chaotic collage of color to create a mix of femininity, power and loss. Painted in grayscale, often with the eyes blacked out, HUSH’s female faces are dehumanized and reduced to shells of sexuality. The collage-effect backgrounds are screen-printed and hand-painted, then the graffiti elements added by hand, sometimes over many months. The final layer of color replicates sheets of posters peeling from our city’s walls while using aerosol on the portraits lends the pieces a futuristic sheen. Saturday; 571 S. Anderson St. (Enter on Willow St), Los Angeles, CA 90033; 310.287.2340

Celebrating its fifth year, Pacific Design Center’s national arts program, designLAb, overseen by art curator Helen Varola, is pleased to kick-off its summer art season with a public opening reception. Highlights include Varola Gallery’s “Morphic Fields” installation by Anthony James; a group show at Thomas Paul Fine Art featuring works by Shepard Fairey, Jasper Johns and Barbara Kruger; the unveiling of Micucci Arte’s private silver collection; Blue Logan’s “Writing on the Walls of Fashion” at 4AM Gallery; Industry Gallery’s “GYOPO”; and CMay Gallery’s “Art Malpractice” a unique body of work by Manfred Menz. Friday, 5-9:30 pm;8687 Melrose Ave, Blue Lobby’s 2nd Floor, West Hollywood, CA 90069

The Queen Mary’s 80th Anniversary Celebration
Celebrate the Queen Mary’s maiden voyage anniversary with a dinner held in the first class dining room. You will be served a modern version of the menu presented to first class passengers on their first evening at sea. After dinning hear remarks regarding the ship’s most famous passengers like Winston Churchill. The weekend continues with free admission on Friday, and free admission all weekend long for to active service members of the armed forces, retired military personnel and veterans. $150+; Friday, 6-10 pm; 1126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, CA; 877.342.0738

Crawfest 2016
Feast on 700 lbs. of crawfish straight from Louisiana. Crawfest 2016 crawfish boil features AYCE crawfish, andouille sausage, corn, potatoes and more. $50/presale, $65/door; Sunday, 11 am-6 pm; 1515 Abbot Kinney Blvd Venice, CA 90291

Fiesta Hermosa
This semiannual festival, which calls itself the “largest arts and crafts fair in Southern California,” features some 300 artists and crafters, as well as food, live music, a “kiddie carnival,” a charity beer and wine garden and more. Free; Saturday-Monday, 10 am-6 pm; Hermosa Beach pier, Pier Ave, Hermosa Beach, CA; 310.376.0951

Valley Greek Festival
Experience the best of Greece right here in Los Angeles! Fill up on Greek cuisine and pastries like gyros, spanakopita, baklava, lamb chops, roasted chicken and more. Wash it down with Greek wine, beer and coffee. Plus, there will be dancing, cooking demos, wine tasting, gift items from Greece and more. Saturday-Monday; Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, 9501 Balboa Blvd., Northridge, CA

LIVE @ Descanso Beach Club
The summer concert series features an all-star lineup of popular rock, alt-rock, and reggae acts including Smash Mouth, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Rusted Root, Coleman Hell, and The Wailers taking the stage at Catalina Island’s recently unveiled beach club. The series kicks off this weekend with “All Star” band Smash Mouth. Future concerts include Toad the Wet Sprocket & Rusted Root on July 8, Coleman Hell on August 12 and The Wailers on September 13. $45+; Saturday, doors: 6:30, opening band: 7 pm; Descanso Beach Club, Catalina Island, CA

Memorial Day Party at Skybar
Wavey, The Well’s pool party series, is finally back. Marking the beginning of summer, lay out and listen to the tunes of Todd Edwards, a DJ set from multi-instrumentalist DFA producer Juan MacLean, Thee Mike B, The Interns, With You, Cocodisco and more. Monday, 1 – 8 pm; Skybar at Mondrian Hotel, 8440 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069

LAMILL Celebrates Memorial Day
LAMILL Coffee will be donating a portion of proceeds to Pets for Vets in celebration of Memorial Day! Just mention “pets for vets” any time during these four days, and 15% of your total bill will go toward the organization. Pets for Vets is a program dedicated to supporting veterans and providing a second chance for shelter pets by rescuing, training, and pairing them with America’s veterans who could benefit from a companion animal. Friday-Monday; 1636 Silver Lake Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026; 323.663.4441

Terrine’s All-You-Can-Eat Backyard BBQ
California brasserie Terrine is kicking off the summer season with the first in a series of all-day, all-you-can-eat Backyard BBQs on the restaurant’s patio. As part of his new tradition, Chef/Owner Kris Morningstar will roll out his grill and dish up a never-ending spread of traditional, all-American fare prepared with Terrine’s French-California twist on Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day. To pair with the bottomless BBQ, Head Bartender Ryan Wainwright will offer all-day Happy Hour (a first for the restaurant). Beat the summer heat with a number of special beers and Ancient Age bourbon cocktails including the Negreezy Punch ($8) with Beefeater, Campari, Alessio Vermouth di Torino, and fresh orange juice; Ancient Age Old Fashioneds ($10); Ancient Age Bucks ($10); and tall cans of Stiegl Beer ($8). From the wine cellar, Managing Partner and Wine Director François Renaud will be on-hand to serve several still and sparkling rosé wines. The menu includes Pickle Brine Fried Chicken; Texas-Style Smoked Beef Brisket with chimichurri; Marinated Swordfish Brochettes with tomato salsa; House made Hot Links; Smoked Pork Ribs; Crispy Potato & Hatch Chile Tacos, along with sides of Mac ‘n’ Cheese; Little Gem Salad with green garlic vinaigrette, shaved squash, feta, and avocado; and Spicy Cucumbers. Desserts include Sticky Toffee Cornbread and Peach Brown Betty. Menu is subject to change. $45; Monday, (and Monday, July 4 & Monday, September 5), 11:30 am– 9:30 pm; 8265 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048; 323.746.5130 or visit OpenTable

Playa Provisions 2nd Anniversary Party
Wife and husband culinary duo, “Top Chef” alum Brooke Williamson and Nick Roberts, are pulling out all the stops for the restaurant’s 2nd Anniversary. Steps away from the beach, the party makes for a great pre-or post-beach day pit stop with friends and family. In the parking lot directly in front of Playa Provisions, you can enjoy a beer garden with The Stone Hop Wagon, featuring a variety of Stone Brewing’s craft beers on-tap, plus cocktails, grilled burgers, and hot dogs. Adding the festivities, a DJ will be spinning contemporary beats, while the local band Royal Rats jams out with a special performance. To keep the kids entertained, face painting and an inflatable obstacle course will also be available. Guests can purchase tickets at the door for food, beverages, and kid-friendly activities (pricing: TBD). Monday, 12-5 pm; 119 Culver Blvd, Playa Del Rey, CA 90293

Viviane‘s All-You-Can-Eat Luau BBQ
Celebrate Memorial Day this year island-style at Viviane with an all-day, all-you-can-eat luau. Executive Chef Michael Hung will set up a poolside grill and host a special, one-time-only Memorial Day Luau featuring Hawaiian-inspired BBQ dishes alongside refreshing tiki cocktails. While you enjoy music from Dart DJs feast on Hawaiian Fruit Salad with tropical Fruits, Brandied Cherries, Crème Fraiche; Heirloom Tomato Salad with cucumber, Avocado, Pickled Red Onion Vinaigrette; Tombo Tuna Poke with toasted Nori, Sesame and Soy Vinaigrette; grilled Mahi Mahi; Pulled Kalua Pork; Marinated and Grilled Skirt Steak; Garlic Fried Rice; Caramel Banana Tart with Macadamia Nuts; and Pineapple Upside Down Cake. Director of Bar Programs Ryan Wainwright will also serve a festive menu of tiki cocktails from the restaurant’s fully equipped, poolside satellite bar, including renditions of classic Mai Tais, Pina Coladas, Navy Grogs, and Hurricanes ($12-16), in addition to the full cocktail, and wine and beer menus. Inflatable swans as well as festive décor will also add flair to the ambience of the event. $55+; Monday, 11 am-10 pm (Dart DJs from 12-4 pm); Viviane, The Avalon Hotel, 9400 West Olympic Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA, 90212; Reservations required with a credit card: 310.407.7791

Memorial Day Presidential Party
Round up your entourage and take over the resort’s 1,500-square-foot Presidential Suite – for a weekend of lounging, sun-tanning and relaxation. This package includes two reserved poolside cabanas, including $100 to spend on snacks and drinks at the pool’s Wet Bar; dinner for eight guests at EATS Kitchen & Bar; breakfast from Marketplace delivered to the Presidential Suite on the morning of guest’s choice; fully stocked fridge with water and sports drinks to keep everyone hydrated throughout the weekend; pool-worthy amenities for fun in the sun; complimentary self-parking for up to four cars. Based on availability, only one reservation allowed for the dates listed. Memorial Day one-day package price is $1,300 for up to eight guests. Additional nights starting at $995. Pricing excludes applicable taxes and service charges. Dinner at EATS not to exceed $400. Breakfast at Marketplace not to exceed $100. Friday-Monday; Hotel Irvine, 17900 Jamboree Rd, Irvine, CA 92614; 888.230.4452

Jazz Reggae Festival
JRF 2015 will is a fresh interpretation of its long history rooted in Jazz and Reggae music. They are expanding their genre and developing an eclectic and dynamic line up that will celebrate Los Angeles and its evolving culture. Through conscious music, world food, art, and sustainability education, the experience will be innovative, relevant, and invigorating. Lineup includes: Wale, Portugal. The Man, Lido, Marian Hill, JMSN, Shwayze, and more! Saturday, 1-11 pm; UCLA’s LA Tennis Center, 555 Westwood Plaza

The 3rd Annual MAINopoly: A Taste of Main Street
Enjoy tastes at restaurants and bars on Main Street to raise funds for Summer SOULstice and Heal the Bay. MAINopoly is a fun, interactive community event that mirrors the classic board game, and gives you a culinary walking tour of Main Street’s finest restaurants, juiceries, ice cream stores, coffee shops and more, allowing you to exchange “mainopoly dollars” for tastings at each location. Put on a top hat and monocle and get your tickets for Memorial Day weekend’smost fun event in Santa Monica! $25 in advance, $30 the day of, $40/VIP in advance and $50/VIP day of; Sunday, 3-8 pm; Main St, Santa Monica, CA

Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Festival
Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival is an annual event hosted by The Rotary Club of Simi Sunrise to benefit both Cajun heritage and the people of Simi Valley and surrounding areas. All proceeds from the event go to the charities listed on the “Who benefits” page. Thank you for your continuing support. Leon Russell, Booker T., and Eric Burdon & The Animals will be among the many performing at this year’s celebration! You can feast on Cajun-Creole food like jambalaya and crawfish, along with BBQ sandwiches, hot dogs, funnel cake, fruit smoothies, and kettle corn! You can also join in crafts and check out the daily Mardi Gras parade. Saturday & Sunday, 10:30 am-8 pm; Rancho Santa Susana Community Park, 5005 Los Angeles Ave, Simi Valley, CA 93063

Topanga Days
The 43rd annual event’s loaded up this year with bands including local heroes Los Lobos and a Bowie tribute, as well as great food and a parade. You can also enjoy great food, beer, arts & crafts, shopping, contests & games, kids fun zone, and dancing. Saturday-Monday; Topanga Days Fairground, 1440 N Topanga Canyon Blvd; 310.455.1980

Wildwood Ovens‘ Summer Cooking Series
Wildwood Ovens makes wood fired ovens and is offering an exciting Summer Cooking Series in Eagle Rock, which is the only place in SoCal teaching wood fire cooking in real wood fire ovens. This weekend, join in a Bread Workshop  with Erik Knutzen, co-author, with his wife Kelly Coyne, of “The Urban Homestead and Making It: Radical Home Economics for a Post-Consumer World.” Coming up, there is a Whole Hog Butchery Class (followed by a tasting party that evening) on Saturday, June 11 with Jered Standing, the former head butcher at Belcampo Meat Co. Saturday, 10 am-1 pm. pricing and more info here.

Slow Smoked Sundaze at Oak Grill
Just in time to kick-off the official BBQ season, Oak Grill’s Chef Marc Johnson and his team are launching Slow Smoked Sundaze to be enjoyed in Oak Grill’s dining rooms or on the outdoor deck. Oak Grill takes things to the next level and has its own butcher and a “butcher shop” in its kitchen. Plus, before the meats and fish are smoked, they are rubbed with a dry rub made with a blend of brown sugar, cayenne, cumin, ginger, paprika, black pepper and other secret spices. The menu includes Deviled Eggs; a Pickled Plate; a Farmer’s Salad composed of field greens, beets, walnuts, corn, cranberries, goat cheese and honey lemon vinaigrette; Baby Back Ribs; Whole Roasted Catch of the Day; Fried Chicken; Beef Brisket; and Cedar Planked Salmon. The Entrée comes with two sides and cornbread with honey butter. Side options include Corn on the Cob, Mashed Potatoes, Mac & Cheese, Sautéed Greens or Cole Slaw. For the Finish, it’s your choice of Pecan Pie or Pizooki Sundaze. Complimentary Backyard Lemonade made with basil and fresh strawberries is served to all, and Pickled Lemonade with Tito’s Vodka is a $10 option. $34 (includes choice of Back Patio Entrees and shared salad, breads, two sides, desserts and complimentary Backyard Lemonade), $12 for children 5-12; every Sunday, 5-9:30 pm;690 Newport Center Dr, Newport Beach, CA 92660; 949.760.4920 or visit

Rooftop BBQ at the Peninsula Beverly Hills
Summer weekends bring a special BBQ menu to the poolside Roof Garden restaurant at the Peninsula Beverly Hills. In lush surroundings, five floors above Beverly Hills, dine on menu offerings like smoked baby back ribs,  Pabst Blue Ribbon beer can 1/2 chicken, 28-day dry-aged rib eye with barrel-aged house steak sauce, charred whole branzino and pulled pork biscuits. Saturday & Sunday (through September 25), 5-9 pm; 9882 S Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA; 310.975.2855

Katana’s Red Sun BBQ
Returning for its 14th year, the restaurant’s patio is serving up exclusive new dishes, signature cocktails, and tunes from rotating guest DJs. Katana’s regular menu will also be served alongside the Red Sun BBQ offerings. The restaurant will offer its Yakiniku menu (Japanese-style grilled meats over bincho-tan charcoals) for $35* per person. Guests (two person minimum, four person maximum) can select three dishes from the following list to cook on a tabletop grill (minimum of 2): Shrimp with chimichurri; Scallop with garlic butter; King Crab Leg with uni butter; American Kobe Beef with black pepper; Filet Mignon with soy garlic; Lamb Chop (4 pieces) with soy garlic; and Short Ribs. Supplemental specialty dishes ($6-15*) offered exclusively during Red Sun BBQ include: Confit Hand Roll ($8*) | broiled albacore, avocado, celery, cucumber, tomato, cilantro mayo; Tuna Filo Baskets ($8*) |  tuna tartare, cucumber, caviar, with cilantro mayo; Tako Ceviche ($15*) | octopus sashimi, cilantro, avocado, tomato, jalapeño,  yuzu vinaigrette; and Shrimp and Chips ($15*) | sautéed jumbo shrimp, potato chips, champagne butter sauce. For dessert, guests can indulge in a Fresh Fruit Popsicle with choice or rum or whiskey ($5*). This year, Katana’s signature Red Sun BBQ cocktail is the Tropical Fusion ($13* glass | $50* carafe), made with vodka, watermelon, pineapple, cantaloupe, and cranberry juice. Carafes of a special rotating Red Sun cocktail are also available for $30*. $35 with supplemental items from $6-15; Sunday (every Sunday through September 5), 6-11 pm; Katana, 8439 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069; 323.650.8585

Burgers Worth the Drive
If you find yourself in Palm Springs during this holiday weekend, get to The Purple Palm Restaurant at the Colony Palms Hotel because they are “introducing the New, Soon to be World Famous, Massively Epic (but not too massive) Purple Palm Burger!” This burger is like no other, and has arrived just in time for your National Burger Day festivities. The delectable meal is a burger bucket list must-have. “The beef is a special blend of short rib, brisket, and chuck. The bun is brioche and baked fresh every day. It’s garnished with smoked white cheddar, baby arugula, house-made pickles, roasted red onions, tomatoes, and my original recipe chorizo spread”, says Nick Tall, chef at The Purple Palm Restaurant and Bar. 572 N Indian Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262; 760.969.1818

Oh Man! Ramen Pop Up
Phillip Frankland Lee, Executive Chef and co-owner of Scratch|Bar & Kitchen and The Gadarene Swine, has partnered with Luke Reyes to open Oh Man! Ramen in late Summer 2016. Beginning this weekend, they will kick off a ramen pop-up series around town to showcase some of the dishes that will be offered at Oh Man! Ramen. The menu includes dishes like Chicken Miso Ramen with chicken breast, toasted miso, fermented chili oil, chicken chorizo, sprouting broccoli, and furikake corn ($16); Beef Filet Mignon Yakitori with galbi vinaigrette, and crispy garlic ($12); Octopus Yakitori with kumquat kosho ($7); and Chicken Thigh Yakitori with maitake, scallion, and dark soy ($7). A cocktail pairing by Brandyn Tepper of Cocktail Academy will be available for $26 and will include: Whisky Sour made with Yamazaki 12 yr Japanese Whisky, plum wine apple juice, Granny Smith apple juice, and apple; Horseradish, Kombu Martini made with gin, Aquavit, carrot, miso, Blanc Vermouth; and additional sips of Sake, Sherry, wine and small dessert wine. Sunday, 5 pm-close; 4441 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA; Reservations:

Chicas Tacos Opens
Wrap up your long holidat weekend by trying the newly opened Chicas Tacos. Grab your taco of choice, add on guac and chips and sip on an agua fresca. Monday, 11 am – 10 pm; 728 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90014

1212 Opens
Located on the bustling Third Street Promenade in the space formerly occupied by Monsoon Café, the large two story restaurant & bar incorporates a mixture of modern and traditional elements. The first floor houses the restaurant’s main bar and dining area; upstairs, a wrap-around balcony will offer additional seating and an area for live music. A bow-truss ceiling from which over 100 copper drop lights hang is a focal point of the space, and accents such as warm woods, textured stone, and colorful tiles will provide additional warmth. Chef Walter Greenwood (Bartolotta in Las Vegas and Commander’s Palace, New Orleans) is in the kitchen creating small dishes like Duck Confit & Black Truffle Dumplings; Cochon de Lait Crepe Tacos with shredded suckling pig, pickled shallot, and pineapple & cilantro relish; and “Bacon & Eggs” with bourbon & maple glazed pork belly, egg yolk, and micro greens. Larger plates include Scallop & Sea Urchin Risotto; Smoked & Fried Jidori Chicken with braised kale and roasted purple potatoes; and Lamb Loin with chickpea puree, crispy carrots, and a red wine juniper sauce. Desserts include the 24 Layer Crepe Cake with peanut butter banana mousse, chocolate ganache, and cookie crumble with a side of coconut gelato. Beverage Director Fred Ghiassi (Baltaire and Cassia) mixes fresh juices, seasonal produce, and house made syrups and infusions. Libations include imaginative specialties like the Wolfskill Old Fashioned with Pike Creek port barrel-aged bourbon, orange, maple syrup, black walnut bitters, and candied house bacon and the 2.4 Carrots Cold with cold-pressed carrot juice, organic ginger liqueur, rum, simple syrup, egg white, and toasted pepitas. 1212 West Third St, Santa Monica, CA 90401; 310.579.9996

Napa Valley Grille Launches Brunch
Recently renovated, Napa Valley Grille, is now open for brunch! Highlights includes a Brunch Board with local cheeses, cured meats, chicken live toast, and smoked trout; Oxtail Hash with sous vide egg, roasted potatoes, leeks, charred peppers and Shrimp & Sone-Cut Grits with an over-easy egg, fennel-frisée salad. See the complete brunch menu here. Sunday, 11 am-3 pm; 1100 Glendon Ave #100, Los Angeles, CA 90024; 310.824.3322

Spot’s 8th Birthday Pawty
It’s a special day for Healthy Spot: it’s the 8th anniversary of the original Santa Monica location! The anniversary party will feature a silent auction benefiting LA Love & Leashes, a pet friendly photo booth, face painting for kids, and a Birthday Cake Eating Contest for pups! Check out additional details below. Saturday, 12 ‐ 2 pm; Healthy Spot ‐ Santa Monica, 1110 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 9040

WithMe Century 21 Pop-Up
High-tech retail experience, WithMe has come to Santa Monica Place for a pop up. The concept kicks off with the six-week West Coast debut of Century 21 department store. Shopping here will give you the perfect blend of the New York-based retailer’s designer brands at amazing prices with WithMe’s innovative retail technology that includes smart dressing rooms, pixel wall, VR experience and smart checkout. Friday; 395 Santa Monica Place, Santa Monica, 310.260.8333


The modern home furniture and decor retailer will pay your sales tax. Friday-Monday; 434 N La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036

Boyce Studio, Juniper and Fir, Studio Sandoval
Enjoy deep discounts on Juniper and Fir’s indigo-dyed textiles, Studio Sandoval’s home fragrances, and Boyce Studio’s cool wood planters and home goods during the multi-brand pop-up seconds and samples sale. Saturday, 12-4 pm; 527 Colyton St, Los Angeles, CA 90013; 424.260.5880

Building Block
Take 70% off the accessories brand’s luxe leather bucket bags, crossbodies, shoulder bags, and more during the one-day Memorial Day sale. Monday, 12-5 pm; 970 N Broadway, suite 104, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Creatures of Comfort
Take 20% off select items; the sale’s also happening online (use code BBQ2016). Through Monday; 7971 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046

Take 20% off all sale items. Through Monday; 1132 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90291

Elyse Walker
Get 40% off select clothing, footwear, bags, and accessories during the designer boutique’s end-of-season blowout. Sale items will be marked down to 50% off after June 2nd, 60% off starting June 16th, and 70% off June 30th. Through Thursday, June 2nd; 5306 Antioch St, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

Take 20% off all sale items. Through Monday; 8459 Melrose Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90069

Heidi Merrick
Score clothing from the LA designer’s summer and fall ’15 collections at TK% off and enjoy a $25 rack. Live music and bubbly will also be in the house. Friday, 10 am-4 pm; 850 S Broadway, suite 903, Los Angeles, CA 90014

Hotel Surplus Outlet
Score furniture, lighting, art, mirrors, and TVs from stylish staycation spots like the L’Ermitage, Ritz Carlton, Beverly Hills Hotel, and more at majorly reduced price tags during the hotel outlet’s clearance sale. Friday, 9 am-6 pm, Saturday-Monday, 10 am-5 pm; 16625 Saticoy St, Van Nuys, CA 91406

Take 20% off all sale items. Through Monday; 8414 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90069

Michael Stars: The Point
At all of the Cali-cool brand’s stores, take $50 off purchases of $150 or more, $75 off $250 or more, and $200 off $500 or more. Through Monday; 850 S Sepulveda Blvd, El Segundo, CA 90245; 310.414.5280

Score the London label’s footwear for $30 and up during its first-ever LA sale. Expect to find both sample and production styles from the brand’s spring/summer ’15, fall/winter ’15, and spring/summer ’16 collections in sizes 5 to 11. Cash-only. Friday & Saturday, 11 am-8 pm, Sunday, 11 am-4 pm; 620 Moulton Ave, suite 227, Los Angeles, CA 90031

Take 20% off storewide. The sale’s happening online too (use code WAVES). Through Monday; 2213 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

Ramy Brook
Enjoy major markdowns on the NY label’s womenswear during its one-day sample sale. Friday, 10:30 am-3 pm; 860 S Los Angeles St, suite 504, Los Angeles, CA 90014; 213.627.3754

Ripley Radar
Take 20-80% off the LA designer’s dresses, jumpsuits and more during her studio’s Memorial Day weekend sale. Saturday & Sunday, 10 am-4 pm; 2241 N Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90068

Samantha Wills
Enjoy major markdowns on the jewelry designer’s bohemian-luxe accoutrements during the cash-only sample sale. Friday, 9 am-5:30 pm; 860 S Los Angeles St, suite 301, Los Angeles, CA 90014; 213.627.3754

San Lorenzo Bikinis
At all of the swimwear brand’s SoCal boutiques (including Malibu and Newport Beach), take $15 off when you spend $100, $30 off $150, and $50 off $200. It’s also happening online. Friday-Monday; 850 S Sepulveda Blvd, El Segundo, CA 90245; 310.414.5280

Stella McCartney
Now until stock lasts, enjoy up to 50% off the eco-friendly luxury designer’s spring/summer ’16 collection. 8823 Beverly Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90048; 310.273.7051

The Well
Score 10% off your purchase in addition to 20-50% off sale items, including labels like Henrik Vibskov, Chapter, Minimale Animale, Alice McCall, and more during the boutique’s Memorial Day sale. Through Saturday, June 4; 1006 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90015; 213.550.4448

Take 20% off storewide at both the West Hollywood and Malibu boutiques. Through Monday; 8710 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069; 310.855.9030

Take 25% off storewide, including menswear labels like Alex Mil, Officine Generale, Outerknown, CWST, Helmut Lang, Relwen, and more. It’s happening at all three of the men’s shops locations (West Third Street, DTLA, and its Concept 8366 & 1/2 pop-up). Through Sunday, June 5th; 8236 W 3rd St, Los Angeles, CA 90048




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