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Interstellar Reopens with New Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Beverage Menus

Interstellar, the laid-back Santa Monica restaurant known for its innovative fusion of Korean and American ingredients together with Japanese and Italian flavors, has reopened with a new design and menus. Owned by husband-and-wife team Chef Angie and Daniel Kim, Interstellar has a new look thanks to an interior renovation by Noni Design House. The new extended menus feature a vibrant Lobster Roll, Acciuga Toast (French baguette, spicy tomato anchovies, burrata, basil), Ganjang Gaeren (soy sauce marinated egg, Thai Chili, serrano, garlic, rice sesame seeds), Tamago Natto Kake Gohan (truffle ponzu marinated egg yolk, Hokkaido natto, scallions, sesame oil, rice). Pair your meal with one of the new shochu-based cocktails like the Earl Grey Highball (Earl Grey Infused syrup, lemon peel, and Kinzo Shiro shochu). $14+; Mondays – Sundays, various hours; 109 Broadway, Santa Monica, CA 90401

The Restaurant at Mr. C Beverly Hills Announces Express Lunch Service

The Restaurant at Mr. C Beverly Hills announces a three-course, pre-fixe express lunch. The quick business lunch is perfect for those who want fine dining in a hurry. In 45-minutes, you’ll enjoy appetizer options like the Soup of the Day, an Arugula Salad with Cherrie Tomato & Shaved Parmesan, or Burrata with Heirloom Tomatoes and Basil. For main courses, choose from Tagliatelle all’ Pomodoro and Mozzarella, Chicken Spezzatino with Mushrooms, or Pan Seared Salmon, Broccolini, Cherry Tomato, and Black Olives. Dessert is a delicious Vanilla Merengue Cake or a classic Lemon Tart with Raspberries. $30; Mondays – Sundays, 12 – 3:00 pm; 1224 Beverwil Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90035

Los Angeles Celebrates Halloween

It’s Halloween, and Los Angeles is celebrating with haunted houses and hayrides, ghoulish attractions and entertainment at theme parks, pub/club crawls, festivals, scary movie screenings, and more! So Angelenos, grab your costumes (click here for costume ideas) and friends because we’ve got your Los Angeles Halloween roundup. Trick or treat!

There’s nothing better than a Los Angeles Halloween.

Save Your Seat (11/10): Café Gratitude and Chef Anne Thornton Host Collaboration Dinner

Café Gratitude’s Chef Dreux Ellis and guest Chef Anne Thornton are coming together for another delicious collaboration dinner. The special pop-up dinner features four courses of tasty plant-based items. Guests will start with a Curried Coconut Kabocha Shooter and Roasted Butternut & Radicchio in Saor before moving on to the Squash Gnocchi entrée and Five Spice Pumpkin Mousse for dessert. Natural wine pairings from Taylor Grant are available for $25. $50; Thursday, (11/10); 639 North Larchmont Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90004; 323.580.6383

Coming Soon (11/12): Reveal: The Ultimate Nudity and Fashion Experience

Au-Naturel Services welcomes you to a different kind of fashion show experience. Cue Reveal, “a courageous event that fuses nudity and fashion into one unforgettable evening.” The night features the latest fashions from designers Dwane Rhodes and Akasha, celebrity stylist Winnie Stacks, and guest influencers. $34.99; Saturday (11/12), 7 – 10:00 pm; Art Beyond Survival – 684 Mateo St., #4, Los Angeles, CA 90021

Au-Naturel Services welcomes you to a different kind of fashion show experience. Cue Reveal, “a courageous event that fuses nudity and fashion into one unforgettable evening.”

Mark Your Calendars (11/17): Caldo Verde Presents an Evening Inspired by Tanya Holland’s Third Cookbook California Soul

Portuguese-inspired restaurant Caldo Verde invites you to a special one-night event. Chef Suzanne Goin curated a special menu of various dishes inspired by Oakland-based chef Tanya Holland’s third cookbook, California Soul. Holland’s cookbook features a collection of modern soul food with more than 80 seasonally inspired comfort-filled recipes that trace the roots of modern California soul food to the Great Migration. Caldo Verde’s limited California Soul menu will include a Fried Artichoke Po’Boy, Gumbo Z’herbes with Dungeness Crab and Prawns, Sorghum and Cinnamon-Glazed Pork Loin, and Gravenstein Apple Hand Pie. Cookbooks will also be available for purchase on-site. Various prices; Thursday (11/17), 5 – 10:00 pm; DTLA Proper – 1100 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90015; 213.806.1023


Nosotros Tequila & Mezcal Master Class at The Green Room

The Green Room, the sexy speakeasy nestled in the Burbank hills, is hosting its second educational series event of the year, Master Class: Art of Beverage, during which Nosotros will take guests on a tour through the history of their premium quality agave spirits. Attendees will experience a guided tasting of four varietals of Nosotros Tequila and Mezcal, each of which will be paired with elevated bites prepared by The Green Room’s Executive Chef Czarina Sico. The evening’s food menu will feature items like Smoked Hamachi, Prawn Skewers with agave lime glaze, Blue Corn Empanadas, and more! There will also be interactive elements sprinkled throughout the evening, giving guests the opportunity to win gift cards and other fun giveaway prizes. The Green Room’s menu is also available for purchase$65; Tuesday, 6:00 pm; 1250 E. Harvard Rd, Burbank, CA 91501; 818.962.4446

Nosotros will take guests on a tour through the history of their premium quality agave spirits at the Master Class: Art of Beverage.

Grand Opening – Everytable Continues L.A. Expansion With Two New Stores

Everytable continues its L.A. expansion with two new stores in Koreatown and Thai Town. Today, in honor of the Thai Town grand opening, the first 200 guests will receive a free meal! The Thai Town location comes just one week after the last store opened in Koreatown, marking Everytable’s 26th store in Los Angeles, with plans for more expansion. Everytable believes nutritious food is a human right, and their goal is to “make fresh, delicious food available to everyone, every table.” Various prices; Thai Town – 5550 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028; 213.318.3835, and Koreatown – 510 S. Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90020; 323.406.8244




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