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Los Angeles Weekend Roundup

Fun Things to Do in Los Angeles

This Weekend (November 10 – November 12, 2023)

LA Speakeasy Blind Barber Culver City Hosts Grand Reopening Event 

Blind Barber Culver City, LA’s hottest destination for cuts + cocktails, is back and better than ever! The hidden and sexy speakeasy bar that’s among the most popular spots to see and be seen in the city, invites you to their grand reopening event to celebrate their sexy new look. A barbershop by day and cocktail lounge by night, the unique concept serves cuts, signature craft cocktails, small bites, and perfectly curated playlists spun by local DJs. Free entry; Friday, 9:00 pm – 2:00 am; 10797 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232

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Blind Barber Culver City is back and better than ever!

Tuk Tuk x Turntable Kicks Off New Residency Called PLAge ft. SF Chef Rupert Blease (Lord Stanley)

This weekend kicks off the next residency in the Tuk Tuk x Turntable space on Sawtelle, which just ended its wildly popular first pop-up with Pecking House, the Sichuan fried chicken restaurant from New York. Chef Rupert Blease of Lord Stanley in SF and Chef Amanda Maneesilasan of Tuk Tuk Thai are collaborating on Tuk Tuk x Turntable PLAge, a French coastal menu with a Thai twist. This will be the ongoing house pop-up in the Tuk Tuk x Turntable space with an ever-changing menu (with some shorter pop-ups and collaborations to be announced in the new year). Various prices; Mondays – Sundays, 12:30 – 9:30 pm; 1644 Sawtelle Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90025; 424.256.2388

This is the last weekend to view Kenton Parker’s solo show at contemporary Los Angeles art gallery albertz benda. The show is Parker’s homecoming to the art world following a 3-year-long hiatus. The esteemed Los Angeles-based artist continues his conceptual journalistic approach, confronting his struggle with anxiety, depression, and substance abuse through a profound solo show at the intimate gallery space. Free; Friday – Tuesday (closed Monday), 10:00 am – 6:00 pm; 8260 Marmont Ln, Los Angeles, CA 90069; 310.913.3269; Cover photo credit: Julian Calero


Los Angeles Weekends Are For Bottomless Brunch!

Here in LA, booze and brunch go together like peas and carrots. Whether you want Waffles, Eggs, or Avocado Toast, nothing complements your meal like an ice-cold cocktail, especially if that glass is endless. But where can you find these brunches with bottomless cocktails and tasty bites? Don’t stress; I got you. I’m here to give you a list of the best bottomless brunches in Los Angeles. So all you have to do is grab a cute brunch outfit and your date and get ready to indulge in fun, good food, and drinks. Cheers!

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I’m here to give you a list of the best bottomless brunches in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Recognizes Veterans Day with FREEBIES and Discounts

  • BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse is celebrating those who have served our country. They’re offering a FREE Chocolate Chunk Pizookie® with any $11.95+ purchase and a bounce-back coupon for a FREE appetizer (valid through 12/31, to be used for dine-in or take out and is redeemable with a purchase of $14.95 or more) for all current and former military personnel with a valid military ID. Saturday, various hours and locations
  • Black Angus Steakhouse invites all current and past members of the military to enjoy a FREE (with military photo ID) dine-in meal on Friday. Various locations
  • California Pizza Kitchen is offering veterans and active-duty military members a FREE meal on Saturday. They will also receive a BOGO offer to redeem for a pizza, pasta, or salad of equal or lesser value that can be redeemed from 11/12 – 11/21. Saturday; Various hours and locations
  • Dunkin’ is giving veterans and active-duty military a FREE donut of their choice on Saturday at participating locations (offer available in-store only). Various hours and locations
  • Little Caesars is offering veterans and active-duty military a FREE Lunch Combo at participating stores on Saturday, 11:00 am -2:00 pm (in-store only). Various hours and locations
  • Starbucks is honoring those who have served with a FREE tall (12-ounce) hot or cold brewed coffee for veterans, military service members, and military spouses who visit participating stores on Saturday. Various hours and locations
  • Yogurtland is celebrating Veterans Day with a special promotion to honor our nation’s heroes. Throughout Veterans Day weekend, Yogurtland is offering $5 off online orders of $30 or more (before taxes and fees). Guests can simply place their order through the mobile app or online at using promo code FALL5, then Yogurtland will handle the rest. *This offer is not applicable for in-store purchases, gift card purchases, merchandise, or third-party delivery orders, and cannot be combined with any other offers or coupons. Friday – Sunday, various hours and locations

Los Angeles Magazine’s Annual Food and Beverage Festival The FOOD Event is Back! 

Los Angeles Magazine is delighted to announce the 17th annual Los Angeles Magazine The FOOD Event, an epicurean extravaganza set amidst the breathtaking landscape of Hummingbird Nest Ranch in the Santa Susana Mountains. This annual culinary and beverage festival has become a much-anticipated tradition in Los Angeles, featuring a delectable array of samplings from some of the city’s finest restaurants, live cooking demonstrations led by renowned top Los Angeles Chef Neal Fraser of Redbird, Chef Vanda Asapahu of Ayara Thai, and Chef Michael Reed of Poppy + Rose and Poppy & Seed, a Live Brand Q & A with Co-Founder Oliver Trevena and Strategic Investor Mike Colter of Caliwater, along with select wines, spirits and cocktail tastings, craft beer, live music, and much more! $79.20 – $720 (Use code MEDIA20  for 20% off your ticket purchase); Sunday, 2 – 5:00 pm; Hummingbird Nest Ranch – 2940 Kuehner Drive, Simi Valley, CA 93063

Tulsi Celebrates Diwali w/ Savory Bites & Mocktails

Tulsi Indian Eatery, best known for featuring three regions of Indian cuisine and its vast in-house bread program, is going all out for Diwali this year with a ticketed celebration at its Westwood location. The celebration will include an array of bites, live performances, mocktails, and more! Guests looking for the ideal spot to kick off and celebrate the Hindu Festival of Lights can head to Tulsi’s Westwood location to enjoy quick bites such as samosas and dabeli; buffet-style plates such as paneer tikka masala, jeera rice, and mixed naans; and ras malai for dessert. Guests can also expect music and live Indian dance performances. Two Indian-style mocktails are also included in each entry ticket. $25 and $30 (door); Sunday, 5 – 8:00 pm; 10916 Lindbrook Dr., Los Angeles 90024; 424.209.2167

Fred Segal Studio City Hosts a Pickle Social at Sportsmen’s Lodge

Fred Segal invites you to spend Sunday Funday with a Pickle Social at Sportsmen’s Lodge. The day features pickleball sessions and games, a margarita bar, a raffle, and live music. Free entry; Sunday, 12 – 3:00 pm; Sportsmen’s Lodge – 12833 Ventura Blvd #120, Studio City, CA 91604; 747.248.3101

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Fred Segal Studio City hosts a Pickle Social at Sportsmen’s Lodge, featuring pickleball sessions and games.




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