Burke Williams Celebrates Moms with Luxurious Mother’s Day Gift Card Packages

Burke Williams offers gifts of love this Mother’s Day with three special Gift Card Packages. Each package includes a collection of Burke Williams signature treatments that are sure to make your mother feel valued and appreciated. Honor her with “Give Me Life” for $150 (valued at $180), including a 50-minute Pure Relaxation Massage or 50-minute Spa Style Facial, Spa Pedicure, and a 3-Day Spa Pass (bonus value of $225). Delight her with “Renew My Life” for $250 (valued at $300), including an 80-minute Burke Williams Signature Massage, Spa Manicure, Spa Pedicure, and a 3- Day Spa Pass (bonus value of $225). Cherish her with “Nurture My Soul” for $350 (valued at $425), including a Regenerate: Anti-Aging Facial, Spa Manicure, Spa Pedicure, and a 3-Day Spa Pass (bonus value of $225). Gift Card Packages are available at all Burke Williams spas, prices vary by location. Friday through May 12; 866.239.6635

Pasadena Showcase House of Design

Get inspired at the 55th annual Pasadena Showcase House of Design—one of the country’s oldest and largest house-and-garden tours. This year, more than 24 top designers will reimagine the historic, 12,000-square-foot, Hollywood Regency-style Boddy House on the grounds of Descanso Gardens. $35-$60; Sunday; 1418 Descanso Dr, La Cañada Flintridge, CA; 714.442.3872


This immersive art exhibit uses advanced UV/black-light effects to create a world of 3D glowing magic. Touch space particles, glowing flowers, and fairy-tale creatures while visiting the tranquil Zen Room, an underwater seascape, Mad Hatters’ Tea Party and more. $22; opens Saturday (Monday – Saturday, 11 am – 11 pm, Sunday, 11 am – 8 pm; 2927 S. Sepulveda Blvd, West Los Angeles, CA; 424.248.3171

Kaleidoscope Experience

Crawl through a pillow fort, play arcade games, play mini-golf, color on human robots, take in up-close magic with magicians from The Magic Castle and watch a live band perform Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin synched to animated movies. Doesn’t stop there. Dance in the Silent Disco, relax in the Cosmic Prophet Zen Lounge, or show off your vocal prowess at dress-up karaoke. Wait! There’s also all-you-can-eat tater tots! $35+; Friday, 8 pm – 1 am, Saturday, 2-6 pm, and 8 pm – 1 am; The Globe Theatre, 740 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA

Golden Road x Heal the Bay Pop-Up

Golden Road Brewery teams up with Heal the Bay to commemorate Earth Day. From noon-4 pm, enjoy a pop-up gallery featuring art made with sustainable materials from local artists, plus $4 Golden Road brews (Heal The Bay IPA and Hazy Heal The Bay IPA; proceeds to Heal the Bay). At 6 pm, the gallery re-opens for a celebratory event featuring complimentary beer, food, music, interactive art, and Golden Road swag. Free/Daytime, $20 donation/evening; Saturday, noon – 6 pm; The Rose Room, 6 Rose Ave, Venice, CA

The Great Scot at The Tam

Sip on cocktails at Tam O’Shanter’s new monthly speakeasy, The Great Scot — named after the Tam’s own nickname from 1968-1982. They’re doing live jazz, barrel-aged cocktails, and bar snacks for those that RSVP. Free; Friday, RSVP: acastillo@lawrysonline.com

4/20 at Prank Bar

The DTLA spot is celebrating 4/20 all weekend long with a special menu of terpene cocktails and chocolates. (Terpenes are derived from the cannabis leaf but contain no THC. They are believed to aid inflammation and anxiety among other health benefits.) Each day, Prank’s signature terpene cocktails will be $11 (normally $15). Get there at 4:20 pm daily and get one for only $5. Friday – Monday; 1100 S. Hope St, Los Angeles, CA; 213.493.4786

Egg Bowl and Festival

The Rose Bowl’s annual spring festival features family-friendly games and activities including face painting, live entertainment and photos with the Easter Bunny. Children can hop on the world famous Rose Bowl field for Easter egg hunts. Free; Saturday, 11 am – 3 pm; Rose Bowl Stadium, 1001 Rose Bowl Dr, Pasadena, CA; 626.577.3100

Easter Weekend at Malibu Country Mart

The shopping destination will have a free bunny petting zoo and flower crown station by the playground on Saturday from noon-3 pm. Then on Easter Sunday, Malibu Country Mart’s Taverna Tony restaurant is celebrating with a Greek Easter feast featuring 15 different specialties, including tabouli, several dips, dolmathes, roasted lamb, vegetables, chicken souvlaki and more. Live music will begin at 4 pm. Saturday & Sunday; 3835 Cross Creek Road, Malibu, CA; 310.456.7300

Easter Brunch at The Henry

Enjoy table side bloody marys and a mimosa cart while you dine on rancheros breakfast bowl made with sunny side up eggs, tomatillo-pumpkin seed salsa, corn tortilla, refried lentil, avocado, tomato and queso blanco, or something sweeter like the caramel apple French toast with brown butter cinnamon apple and maple syrup. Sunday, 9 am – 3 pm; 120 N. Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, CA; 424.204.1595

Pikoh Easter Specials

For Easter Sunday, Ricardo Zarate’s newest spot will offer egg specials aall day long. Feast on eggs Benedict for breakfast/brunch; deviled eggs during happy hour and as a dinner appetizer; and lomo saltado topped with an egg during dinner service. The restaurant will also offer the Buck Bunny, a carrot cocktail with London Dry Gin, Mastiha, lemon, carrot juice and fresh ginger. Sunday, 10 am – 9 pm; 11940 W. Pico Blvd, West Los Angeles, CA; 310.928.9344

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Jar Passover Dinner

Chef Suzanne Tracht presents a four-course dinner bringing together Tracht’s family traditions with the flavors of Jar’s modern chophouse. After an informal seder, dinner begins with tray-passed house-cured salmon and chopped liver, followed by a first-course choice of matzo ball soup or salad. For the main course, choose from Jar’s signature pot roast or Alaskan halibut. $120, $65/children 12 and under (Price includes menu, coffee, tea and Passover wines); Friday, 5:30 pm; 8225 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA; 323.655.6566

Akasha Passover Seder

Chef Akasha Richmond hosts her annual Passover seder. The menu includes matzo ball soup, with an entree choice of red wine-braised brisket or chicken Tagine, and Akasha’s flourless orange pistachio cake, chocolate-dipped coconut macaroons and Passover cookies. The seder is led by author and spiritual leader Rabbi Mark Borovitz. Reservations required. $110, $55/children under 10; Saturday, 6:15 pm; Akasha, 9543 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA; 310.845.1700

Eleven City’s Passover Specials

Most Jewish holidays include food traditions and Passover takes the top cake for this. Eleven City’s serving up homemade Gefilte fish and a classic brisket dinner. You can get all of their stuffed-sandwiches on crunchy matzo. 5400 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036

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