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Weekend Roundup of Things to Do in Los Angeles


Everytable Opens Torrance Location

Everytable has opened a new storefront in Torrance. It’s now even easier for those on the go to grab healthy, quick, delicious and fresh, ready-to-eat meals like the Green Goddess Salad, Roasted Salmon, Tangy BBQ Chicken Salad, Broccoli Mac & Cheese and more. Planners can even use Everytable meal plan with “Stock up Mondays” where customers can buy five meals and get one free! Yes please! $8.55+; Mondays – Saturdays 11:00 am – 6:00 pm; 1662 Sepulveda Boulevard, Torrance, CA 90510; 310.620.8397

The Culver Hotel Reopens

Culver City landmark, The Culver Hotel, originally opened in 1924, has reopened after its latest transformation by Maya Mallick and Proper Hospitality (Proper Hotels, Hotel June, The Collective). The restored design-driven boutique hotel known for its live music now features Lillie’s Bistro and Garden. The European-inspired café offers “French fare with a California twist,” live music, cocktails and indoor-outdoor dining. Lillie’s Bistro is open Wednesdays – Sundays, 5 – 11:00 pm. Room rates vary;  9400 Culver Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232; 310.558.9400

Photo Credit: The Culver Hotel

Immersive King Tut Exhibit

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the discovery of King Tut’s tomb through the innovative immersive experience at Lighthouse ArtSpace Los Angeles now through November 2022. Follow the Boy King on a mythical journey as he makes his way through the Egyptian Afterlife on a quest to “bring his people eternal light and prosperity.” Will he succeed? $35+; (20% discount available for groups of 10 or more). Please refer to the schedule for hours. Please note exhibit opens 15 minutes before first ticket entry and closes 20 minutes after last ticket entry. 6400 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028 (formerly Amoeba Music)

King Tut

On Sale Now: ”Playa to Playa” Tasting Menu at Viceroy Santa Monica’s Sugar Palm

In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, the Viceroy Santa Monica has teamed up with sister resort, Viceroy Los Cabos to create a curated culinary experience. Viceroy Santa Monica and Los Cabos are “transporting guests along the California coastline to the tip of Baja California with a month-long activation in Santa Monica at Sugar Palm.” Chef Jason Francisco of Viceroy Santa Monica’s Sugar Palm and Chef Carlos Teran of Viceroy Los Cabos’ Dalia have crafted a rotating seven course tasting menu to showcase the rich cultures of their destinations through robust flavors and ingredients. $75; Fridays -Sundays (9/16 – 10/16), 3 – 10:00 pm; 1819 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica, CA 90401; 310.260.7511


Never Ending Saturdays at Soulmate

Calling all brunch lovers. Soulmate, WeHo’s upscale modern Spanish Mediterranean restaurant welcomes you to brunch at Never Ending Saturdays. Start the weekend with Bottomless Mimosas, specialty Cocktails, and brunch favorites, such as Pork Belly Benedict, Chorizo Hash, and Lobster BLT. Brunch also features a live DJ from 12 – 4:00 pm. Reservations encouraged. $18+; Saturdays, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm; 631 North Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069; 310.734.7764


Spend Sunday Funday at Soulmate’s Soulful Sundays

Soulful Sundays transforms Soulmate into an exciting day club. Hosted by Ryan Kenney (known for DJing at Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club) the day club is complete with bottle service, cocktails, a new brunch menu, and a live DJ from 1 – 4:00 pm. Brunch features Executive Chef Rudy Lopez’s Hangover Cure Party Platter ($80, serves 3-4 people) stacked with freshly-shucked Oysters, Lobster Rolls, Pork Belly Sliders, and Papas Bravas. $18+; Sundays, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm; 631 North Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069; 310.734.7764

Soulmate Oysters




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