Flow + Flavor // Rooftop Yoga at Smorgasburg x ROW DTLA

Flow through a 70min rooftop yoga class thats for all levels on “Sound Off” headphones, with soulful grooves by our resident DJs. Brunch with over 50 delicious vendors at Smorgasburg food festival — with selections from “balanced” to “indulgent”. Explore a curated collection of unique and stylish shops at ROW DTLA. Bring water and your yoga mat. Parking is free for the first 2 hours (then $2.50 per hour after that). In case of rain, class will be moved indoors. All food is a separate purchase (directly from vendors at market). $18 – $23; Sunday, 10:30 am; ROW DTLA, 777 S Alameda St, Rooftop, Los Angeles, CA 90021

First-time Fridays at LACMA

Never been to LACMA? Let’s change that with First-time Fridays—a monthly event welcoming new visitors to the museum. Stop by and check out what LACMA has to offer. Fridays are a great time to make your first visit—museum galleries are free after 3 pm for L.A. County residents (with valid ID), the museum is open until 8 pm and perception-altering exhibition 3D: Double Vision is now open. Let us know you’re a first-timer at the Ticket Office and receive a free pre-selected poster and $1 off Urban Light enamel pin at the LACMA Store, 10% off at LACMA Cafe and C+M (Coffee and Milk)*, and a special welcome gift. Friday, 11 am; 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036; 323.857.6010

Japanese New Year

Little Tokyo welcomes the Year of the Boar. At the Japanese American National Museum’s Oshogatsu Family Festival, celebrate with crafts, food, cultural activities and performances. Free; Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm; 100 N. Central Ave, Little Tokyo; 213.625.0414

Chinese Lantern Festival

The Chinese Lantern Festival lights up the night with over 1,000 lanterns ranging in size from 12-23 feet tall. This year’s theme, “The Wild,” spotlights five different locations–America, Oceania, Asia, Antarctica and Africa—with lanterns representing wild animals from each region. $13-$21; Through Sunday, 5:30 – 10 pm; Fairplex, 1101 W. McKinley Ave, Pomona, CA; 855.618.8188

An Evening with Top Chef Season 16 Contestant Adrienne Wright

DTLA’s Preux & Proper and Executive Chef Sammy Monsour are opening his kitchen to longtime friend Top Chef Season 16 competitor Chef Adrienne Wright for An Evening at Preux & Proper with Top Chef Contestant Adrienne WrightMonsour is paying forward the support and friendship Wright gave to him during his formative years as a young Chef in Boston, Massachusetts. Dine at Preux & Proper and enjoy two dishes prepared by Chef Adrienne Wright, beginning with her Short Rib French Onion Soup. Wright’s second special dish is understandably “Top Secret”. Chef Monsour and Chef Wright then team up for the main catch, Preux & Proper’s weekend sustainable seafood offering, sustainably sourced every week by Cape Seafood Provisions. Friday, 5:30 – 11 pm; 840 South Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90015 ; 213.896.0090

Malibu Wines & Beer Gardens’ Food-Truck Event

Malibu Wines & Beer Gardens (Malibu Wines’ sister tasting room in West Hills) hosts a food-truck extravaganza. You will find Kream Kong Ice Cream, Cousins Maine Lobster, Black Sugar Rib Co., Chomp Chomp, Two Doughs Pizza and Richcheeze. There will be live music to enjoy with your eats. Saturday, Noon-9 pm; Malibu Wines & Beer Garden, 23130 Sherman Way, West Hills, CA

Cheeseburger Week

During Cheeseburger Week,  Pasadena honors Lionel Sternberger’s genius in being the first to put cheese to hamburger and serve it at the Rite Spot in Pasadena in 1924. Forty of Pasadena’s favorite restaurants, lounges and burger joints offered their signature burgers, some special creations and a deals  during Pasadena Cheeseburger Week. Some, such as El Portal, Dog Haus and Dog Haus Biergarten offer specially created burgers for Cheeseburger Week. New this year, are 1919 Cafe at the Huntington Library, Art Galleries and Botanical Garden and Trejo’s Tacos. Sunday through January 11th; Pasadena, CA

Mister O’s Opens

The latest addition to Ventura Boulevard is Mister O’s. This new restaurant and cocktail lounge from restaurateur Michael Cardenas dishes up fried turmeric bread and mackerel for dinner, while brunch brings corn-flour pancakes, chilaquiles and chickpea stew. 11838 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA; 818.358.3839

Alta Adams Opens

Alta Adams, the latest project from Bay Area-based chef Daniel Patterson, recently opened in the historic neighborhood of West Adams. Soul food is the star at his newest venture. You’ll find oxtails, spiced plantain chips and pigs’ feet. Patterson’s casual Adams Coffee Shop serving sandwiches and salads is next door. 5359 W. Adams Blvd, Los Angeles, CA; 323.571.4999

260LA Sample Sale

260LA welcomes designers Marchesa, Joie, Equipment and Current/Elliott to its rotating space of pop-up sample sales. Shop discounts on women’s fashion including apparel and accessories at prices far below retail. Friday & Saturday 11 am – 7 pm, Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm; 301 N. Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, CA; 424.278.1257

Red Carpet Rollout package at The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills

With Hollywood’s Awards Season commencing this weekend and going through the Academy Awards on February 24th, The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills created a new Red Carpet Rollout package, which makes you feel like you are the big winner of the night. Featuring everything to make you prepared for the evening – from getting glam and selecting the perfect outfit, to an award show viewing party, to themed cocktails at The London Bar, and much more. The “Red Carpet Rollout” package includes: award show viewing party, suite accommodations, two awards show shimmer cocktails at The London Bar, $100 shopping gift certificate to The Beverly Center, hair and makeup at the Alex Roldan Salon, for two, a take home red carpet ready kit, ballot prize winner, for the most correct winner guesses – a future stay at The London, complimentary European Style Breakfast and high speed Wifi. $2,000; Sunday– February 25, 2019; 866.282.4560 or booking online




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