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Los Angeles Weekend Roundup


Celebrate National Pizza Day at North Italia

North Italia LA is kicking off National Pizza Day with two specialty Game Day Pizzas for a limited-time, from now until Super Bowl Sunday. Priced at $20 each, the Calabrian Buffalo Chicken Pizza and Kale and Artichoke Pizza bring game-winning flavors to the table. Hand-tossed with fresh ingredients such as house giardiniera, gorgonzola, fontina, and smoked mozzarella, the Calabrian Buffalo Chicken Pizza brings all the bold flavors needed for a touchdown. The Spinach, Kale, and Artichoke Pizza is handmade with fried shallots, smoked mozzarella, and zesty lemon which brings a lighter, vegetarian option to the game and pairs perfectly with shareable appetizers such as the Zucca Chips, Prosciutto Bruschetta, and Burrata Di Stagione. Guests can enjoy each pizza in-restaurant or at home through DoorDash (with 20% off when one of the pizzas is added to a delivery order of $40+ or more). Various hours and locations

Rooftop Cinema Club Kicks Off Season with New Fireside Films Series in DTLA

Picture this: you’re next to the warmth of a crackling fire with a hot drink in hand, as you watch a captivating film under the stars with the enchanting LA skyline as your backdrop — can you imagine a better date night? Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Rooftop Cinema Club DTLA launches Fireside Films: a limited-run series starting tonight! During this series, the fourth floor of the LEVEL Hotel will be transformed into a cozy cinematic haven above the city lights – with wood-burning patio heaters to create the perfect fireside ambiance to accompany your rooftop movie night. Each ticket includes a complimentary hot beverage, ranging from delicious hot cocoa to spiced apple cider, various teas, or freshly brewed coffee – and for those seeking a bit more warmth, the bar also offers a selection of spirits. Programming includes romance favorites such as 10 Things I Hate About You (which turns 25 this year!), Pride & Prejudice, and Dirty Dancing; as well as a collection of films dedicated to celebrating Black cinema featuring Love JonesPoetic Justice, and Love & Basketball, and more. $30 – $40; Level Hotel, 4th Floor; 888 S. Olive St., Los Angeles, CA 90014

An image of people sitting watching an outdoor movie at Rooftop Cinema Club.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Rooftop Cinema Club DTLA launches Fireside Films: a limited-run series starting tonight!

New Art Exhibition Aristocratix Celebrates the Beauty of the Human Form

Sip delicious drinks while experiencing Aristocratix,  a socially conscious, inclusive art exhibition of tasteful nude artworks with live performances and interactive exhibits. Aristocratix features some of the best original artists and performers from around the world, all presenting works focused on the beauty of the human form. From paintings, sculpture, photography, and digital media, to burlesque dancers, aerialists, figure sketching, body painting, and more, this show has an eclectic mix of tasteful, eye-popping exhibits sure to appeal to everyone. The audience will be able to talk to the artists, models, and performers, purchase artwork, and engage with interactive exhibits. It’s a place that celebrates bodies of diverse shapes, sizes, and colors, and what makes them unique, ensuring that everyone is represented. $35; Friday – 2/24, 6:30 – 11:00 pm; Jungli – 216 W. 5th Street, Los Angeles  (on 5th between Broadway and Main)

Rubio’s Launches New Guajillo Lime Shrimp 

Available for a limited time, Rubio’s Coastal Grill, home of The Original Fish Taco®, launches new entrées featuring Guajillo Lime Shrimp. Guests can enjoy sustainably sourced shrimp marinated in a sweet and tangy guajillo lime seasoning in either a taco plate or a bowl. Fresh guajillo salsa, made with guajillo chiles, tomatillo, garlic, and lime, will also debut seasonally at Rubio’s salsa bar. Various prices, hours, and locations

An image of someone holding the new Guajillo Lime Shrimp taco from Rubio's.
Available for a limited time, Rubio’s Coastal Grill, launches new entrées featuring Guajillo Lime Shrimp. Photo Credit: Rubio’s

The Best Bottomless Brunches in Los Angeles

The rain has left us and to celebrate, head to a bottomless brunch! 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!

Baekjeong Korean BBQ Celebrates Lunar New Year

Craving some delicious tradition? Baekjeong, LA’s renowned Korean BBQ spot, is ringing in Lunar New Year with a complimentary bowl of Tteok-Guk – the iconic rice cake soup symbolizing prosperity and fresh beginnings. This savory treat, featuring Korean rice cakes simmered in rich beef broth, is yours FREE with any lunch or dinner purchase on Lunar New Year! FREE with purchase; Saturday, 11:00 am – 12:00 am; 5700 Rosemead Blvd. #100, Temple City, CA 91780; 213.799.MEAT

Naked at the Getty Scavenger Hunt

Ready to up your museum game with a dash of playful innuendo? The Getty Center is serving up some serious fun with their “Naked at the Getty” scavenger hunt – and yes, it’s exactly what it sounds like (minus the actual nudity, of course!). Imagine teaming up with your squad, navigating the stunning Getty Center grounds, and cracking hilarious clues that lead you to iconic nude artworks. Here’s the best part: you don’t need a Ph.D. in art history or an advanced degree in nudity to join the fun. This is open to absolutely everyone, and the only skills required are wit, teamwork, and a willingness to embrace the slightly risqué. Nudity NOT required! $24; Saturday, 4 – 6:00 pm;  1200 Getty Center Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90049; 310.440.7300


33 Taps Sports Bar Hosts Grand Opening in Time for Super Bowl Sunday

Touchdown for DTLA! Beloved sports bar 33 Taps throws its grand opening bash on Super Bowl Sunday, bringing game-changing vibes with 50 massive TVs, a jaw-dropping 3-sided jumbotron, and city views for days. Rep your team colors, fuel up with themed cocktails and tasty deals, and score epic giveaways tied to local sports. This is one touchdown you don’t wanna miss! Various prices; Sunday, 12 – 10:00 pm; 1240 S Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90015

Mardi Gras at The Original Farmers Market

Mardi Gras returns to The Original Farmers Market with Zydeco and blues bands, kids crafts, a beignet pop-up tent, gumbo, jambalaya, a Mutti Gras Pet Parade, and more. Free entry; Friday – Sunday, and Tuesday, Various hours; 6333 W. Third St., Los Angeles, CA 90036; 323.933.9211

An image of someone dressed in costume for Mardi Gras.
Mardi Gras returns to The Original Farmers Market.

Annual Mardi Gras Feast Returns to Little Dom’s

Italian staple, Little Dom’s, and its sister seafood-forward restaurant, Little Dom’s Seafood, are hosting their annual, multi-day Mardi Gras Feast. Featuring iconic Cajun and Creole dishes from Co-Owner & Chef Brandon Boudet, a proud New Orleans native, alongside Mardi Gras desserts from Pastry Chef Ann Kirk, Little Dom’s will be the go-to spot to feast on the best New Orleans dishes that Los Angeles and Carpinteria have to offer. Laissez le bon temps rouler! Sunday – Tuesday, Various hours; 2128 Hillhurst Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90027; 323.661.0055 and Little Dom’s Seafood – 686 Linden Ave., Carpinteria, CA 93013; 805.749.7400

Available during dine-in dinner service, Little Dom’s Mardi Gras menu includes:

  • Shrimp, Chicken & Andouille Gumbo
  • Pork Cracklins with Steens Cane Syrup Hot Sauce
  • Soft Shell Crab Po Boy
  • Jambalaya Rice Balls with Creole Mustard
  • BBQ Oysters
  • Bread Pudding with hard sauce
  • Beignets
  • King Cake Slice
    • Whole cake available by pre-order via calling Little Dom’s!





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