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The Tripel Burger is Now at Playa Provisions The Tripel Burger is back by popular demand. Head to Playa Provisions to sink your teeth into ½ lb of aged rib-eye beef, caramelized onions, poppy seed slaw, and aged cheddar on a pretzel bun. For the ultimate meal, pair your burger with a trio of beers. Available for al fresco dining, as well as takeout and curbside pick-up. $12 (burger), $15+ (trio of beers); Monday – Sunday; 7:30 am – 10:00...

hoopla weekend

Friday West Hollywood modern-day supper club Delilah has reopened for Alfresco Dining. Enjoy such tasty dishes as: the Crab Croquettes, Grilled Tuna Steak and Filet Mignon, from the comfort of their new outdoor patio area. $20+; Thursday -Saturday, 6:00 pm -10: 00 pm; 7696 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046; 323.745.0600.  Ready to turn up the heat? Outdoor cycling classes at Sweat Cycle are here!Bikes are spaced eight feet apart and located in an adjacent parking lot. Call for class schedule and...

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Tuesday: Taste of Korea The Institute of Culinary Education Los Angeles will be opening its doors to the public for the first time to give you a “Taste of Korea,” a complimentary event featuring three one-hour cooking demonstrations celebrating the craft of Korean cuisine. Immerse yourself in Korean culture as culinary experts from around the globe—including Michelle Choi, President of the NY Korean Culinary Association, and Seonghee Jeong, Owner & Executive Chef of Brothers BBQ Restaurant and Brothers Shabushi Restaurant—demonstrate the staples...

Mister Bossam

Get to Koreatown for a different kind of meat (especially if you love pork)! Not Korean BBQ, Mister Bossam, (338 S Western Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90020; 213.388.5379) specializes in the boiled and roasted pork belly dish, all at reasonable prices ($10 lunch). They are serving up pork belly, banchan, ssam greens, and a platter inspired by Koreatown that is made up of spicy pork ribs studded with a molten cheese moat. For dinner, you will find larger portions ranging from $22-26. Photo: Yelp...

Gangnam Pocha

Westsiders, no need to head to K-Town to get your Korean food fix! Gangnam Pocha (8935 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069) with it’s colorful sign featuring Psy, has Korean bar bites like kimchi fried rice, chicken wings, spicy rice cakes, and budae jiggae (stew of hot dogs and spam). You can wash it all down with bottles of soju, while you take in the loud K-Pop videos. Catch their happy hour to get 30% off all food and alcohol from 6 pm-2 am. Photo via...