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4th of July weekend

Ok, this 4th of July may be a tad different from last year’s, BUT you can still celebrate the holiday with good food, close friends and of course the film Independence Day! We’ve compiled a list of local places offering take out and delivery to help compliment your intimate BBQ. Get ready to satisfy your taste buds, crack open an ice cold beer and listen to Bill Pullman rally the world as we celebrate our Independence Day! Broken Spanish is offering...

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L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele is showing their Pride. From June 27 – June 30, the world famous pizzeria is donating 5% if their total sales to the Los Angeles LGBTQ Center. In addition, 50% of the sales of cocktail Il Vanto will also be donated to the Los Angeles LGBTQ Center. Through Tuesday; 11:-00 am – 10:00 pm; $20+; 1534 N McCadden Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90028; 323.366.2408 and 310.570.9008 Catalina Island reopens to leisure travelers just in time for summer....

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Paramount Drive-In Theatre – Enjoy a movie from the comfort of your own car, at the Paramount Drive-In Theatre. Choose from The Wretched or Trolls. as you cozy up under your warm blanket. $3.50 (kids 5-8), $10 (adults)+; refer to the website for showtimes; 7770 Rosecrans Avenue, Paramount, CA 90723; 562.630.SHOW Interstellar  – This Santa Monica favorite catering to coffee, food and wine lovers has reopened their outdoor patio. Enjoy signature espresso drinks , or pick up grab-and-go friendly items. Tuesday –...

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Monday Strings of Life (S.O.L.) is bringing a modern twist to traditional Aussie style cafes with their new indoor outdoor cafe. $5; Monday – Sunday 7:00 am – 4:00 pm; 8535 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, CA 90069; 310.855.9955; E.P. & L.P. is introducing L.P. Los Angeles Rooftop. Guests can dine in style in the new rooftop configuration while sampling the new menu. $12; Monday – Friday 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm, Saturday – Sunday 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm; 603...

Soba to the Rescue

As Los Angeles endures another month of “Stay at Home”, thankfully Kazan in Beverly Hills has kept its doors open for take out, providing much needed relief for our appetites and sanity.  After the huge success of his first restaurant Tatsu Ramen, head Chef Ryu Isobe looks to bring Soba noodles to the forefront of LA’s noodle scene, now overpopulated with ramen joints. Kazan, which means “volcanic” in Japanese, symbolizes how he envisions Soba will takeover its competition making way...