Los Angeles this weekend is terrifyingly delicious. Take advantage of foodie trades, event steals, and scary moods.
Friday, October 21st
most famous banana pudding Los Angeles is the only place in the world that goes vegan (so far). Magnolia Bakery will be serving his pudding vegan at its West Hollywood location from now until his October 26th. Give it a try this weekend!
It’s the last weekend of dineLA, which ends on October 28th. Don’t miss your chance to enjoy prix fixe dishes for as low as $15.
Through the end of the month at National Seafood Month, Bluewater Grill is offering a special 3-course seafood dinner for two for just $65 through October 31st. Grilled or broiled rainbow trout Also moule frites, soup or salad or wineand a slice of key lime pieLocations include Redondo Beach and Catalina Island.
There is also the OC Japan Fair this weekend where guests can enjoy food stalls, performances and a really cool tuna carving show. Tickets are $10 and kids under 6 and his 65+ are free. The event will be held at OC Fairgrounds.
Saturday, October 22nd
Explore what a great arts institution has to offer Grand Avenue Arts: All Access Along Grand Avenue in DTLA from 11am to 4pm. You can register for this free event here, or stop by for family fun at Colburn School’s Musical Instrument Petting Zoo, Broad’s recycled art creations, and performances by the LA Opera and LA Philharmonic.
Benefit for a good cause while sipping cocktails and admiring gorgeous goldsmithing. Dale Hernsdorf’s benefit to Planned Parenthood is called Capturing Time. The event will be held from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at the Museum of Contemporary Art, DTLA. The event will feature Guerrilla Tacos and complimentary valet food and drink. All they ask for is a donation to the cause in return. Please reply here.
It’s also the last weekend Santa Anita Oktoberfest Arcadia on October 22nd and 23rd. Use code GERMAN22 to get $10 off tickets purchased online. that is, General package Down to $27, including 8 3 oz pour beer.
Sunday, October 23rd
celebrate the 70th anniversary of brig Venice offers 70-cent cocktails, free brig tattoos (yes, that’s right), merch, and live music. These affordable cocktails are available from 2pm to 4pm, while the party runs from 2pm to 2am. A portion of the anniversary party proceeds will be donated to the St. Joseph Center.
Capturing Time will also be on display at DTLA’s Institute of Contemporary Art from 11am to 6pm with a special presentation on gold. Sarah ColeAssistant Curator of Antiquities J. Paul Getty Museum 2pm Free entry.
At the end, Haunt Owen 200,000 square feet of tricks, treats and more for the whole family at Topanga Canyon from 4-10pm. Ticket prices start at $36. Pick a date when you feel like it! It is being held until October 31st.