Los Angeles Day of the Dead

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Monday: 6th & La Brea Now Serving Lunch and Happy Hour 6th & La Brea has officially launched lunch! Enjoy forward-thinking lunch menu offerings with vegan and non-vegan favorites like the KFC Sandwich with crispy chicken cutlet, sweet chili glaze, pickles and slaw; the Bahn Mi, available vegan/non-vegan with either pork belly or tofu, pickled daikon and carrot, pickles, herbs and fermented hot sauce; and rice bowls with options like Seared Salmon, Braised Short Rib, and Marinated Tofu. For those that can’t stop by for lunch, join in...

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Marina Spooktacular@ Burton Chace Park This two-day festival on the Los Angeles waterfront with costume contests, participatory dance events, arts & crafts, and more. Daytime activities are kid-friendly, but when night falls, the park evolves into a field of frights with tours of L.A:s only haunted pirate ships, recommended for brave souls age 13 and up. Free; Saturday & Sunday; 13650 Mindanao Way, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 San Pedro Día de los Muertos Festival Enjoy San Pedro’s historic downtown, cocktails, authentic Mexican fare, and musical...

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Tuesday: Here & Now Opens The Arts District welcomes Here & Now in the former Westbound space. Here & Now is a result of Westbound founder Sarah Meade’s collaboration with Va’La Hospitality, which is made up of Aaron Melendrez (Salazar), Damian Diaz and Othon Nolasco (both previously of E.R.B.). The team tapped Executive Chef Geo Delgado (Gusto, Petit Ermitage Hotel) to create a full culinary program to compliment Va’La Hospitality’s expansive cocktail list. Highlights include: Pork Belly Fries with Kennebec potatoes, American cheese, pork belly, Boyle Heights dressing and caramelized shallots; Mushroom & Polenta with maitake,...