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Breakfast Returns to Ardor at The West Hollywood EDITION

It’s been said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and Ardor, the signature restaurant at The West Hollywood EDITION agrees. Chef John Fraser has designed a breakfast menu, complete with vibrant flavors and inspired by local ingredients. Highlights include the Fig French Toast, Mango Smoothie Bowl and the Forest Mushroom Omelette. $15+; Wednesday – Sunday, 7 – 11:00 am; The West Hollywood EDITION – 9040 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069; 424.310.1572

New Menu Items at The Roof at The West Hollywood EDITION

Soak up the sun while dining on the new menu at The Roof at the West Hollywood Edition. The SoCal Mexican focused menu now includes Al Pastor Carrot Tacos, Yucca Fries, Leek Rajas Empanadas and more. Delicious Mexican food and breathtaking rooftop views!? Yes please! $19+; Monday – Wednesday and Sunday, 11:00 am – 10:00 pm and Thursday – Saturday, 11:00 am – 11:00 pm; The West Hollywood EDITION – 9040 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069; 424.310.1572

Happy Hour at Playa Provisions

What’s the one thing every working person looks forward to? Happy Hour, the happiest time after work and before bed. Playa Provisions, the restaurant from Top Chef winner Brooke Williamson is proud to announce the return of Happy Hour at Dockside and Grain. The menu includes Garlic & Pepper Fried Calamari, Pretzel Bites, Sweet Corn Hush Puppies, Margaritas, Dirty Martinis, House White, Rose, Red Wine and more. Monday – Friday, 5 – 6:00 pm (Dockside) and 6 – 7:00 pm (Grain); 119 Culver Blvd, Playa Del Rey, CA 90293; 310.683.5019

Pley Beauty Pop-Up

This weekend marks the launch of the Pley Beauty pop-up in DTLA. The clean beauty line from Peyton List consists of, “A bolder, more playful side of clean beauty,” with cruelty-free, sustainable vibrant products made from gentle, natural ingredients. The pop-up will have installations, a roller skating rink, and more. Those who purchase tickets on the 25th will receive a swag bag and get the chance to meet Peyton. $10; Friday – Sunday (through March 13th), refer to the website for times; 300 S. Mission Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90033


Celebrate Mardi Gras at The Original Farmers Market

Mardi Gras is next week, and The Original Farmers Market is celebrating with live entertainment, crafts, and Cajun cooking from The Gumbo Pot. Did someone say beignets…? Free (+ the cost of food); Saturday – Sunday, 12- 6:00 pm and Tuesday, 5:30 – 7:30 pm; 6333 W. Third St., Los Angeles, CA 90036; 323.933.9211

Annual Mardi Gras Feast at Little Dom’s

Little Dom’s annual Mardi Gras Feast is back with Cajun and Creole-inspired dishes ($6+)! New Orleans native Chef Brandon Boudet has prepared a menu that will have you thinking you’re down on the Bayou. Get ready to sink your teeth into Shrimp, Chicken & Andouille Gumbo, Pork Cracklins with Steens Cane Syrup Hot Sauce, Soft Shell Crab Po Boy, Beignets w/ Raspberry Sauce and much more! Available for dine in during dinner only. In addition, on Monday night, Little Dom’s will be offering a three-course Monday Night Supper ($25). The Southern supper features Fried Green Tomato, Pan Fried Pork Chop & Dirty Rice and Banana Cream Pie. Saturday, 5 -11:00 pm, Sunday – Tuesday, 5 – 10:00 pm; 2128 Hillhurst Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90027; 323.661.0055

626 Mini Night Market in Downtown Santa Monica

Inspired by the famous open-air nighttime bazaars of Asia, the 626 Mini Night Market is a place where you can dine, drink, mingle and enjoy entertainment. The festival features 24 of your favorite local vendors serving food, crafts, art and games. Did I mention there will also be an alcohol garden for those 21 and over? Free (with ticket registration); Saturday – Sunday (varying weekends through April 24th), 1 – 10:00 pm; 1324 5th St, Lot 27, Santa Monica, CA 90401




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