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Los Angeles Restaurant Anniversary Specials

Four Los Angeles restaurants are having anniversaries this month and offering specials for the celebration.

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Carbonara at Culina Modern Italian

Hudson House Anniversary Party
Mar. 4. Celebrate three years with the South Bay staple, as chef-owner couple Brooke Williamson and Nick Roberts serve freshly grilled tropical ocean flavors from an outdoor barbecue, along with gourmet jello shots (think guava and kumquat tequila), and a spicy cachaça mojito. Stop by the draught-truck for some delicious rare brews. 3-8 p.m. 514 North Pacific Coast Hwy., Redondo Beach, 310.798.9183. www.HudsonHouseBar.com

Ray’s & Stark Bar Anniversary Party
Mar. 5. In honor of their first anniversary of Ray’s & Stark Bar, executive Chef Kris Morningstar offers an exclusive menu featuring the “best dishes from the year,” while Stark Bar serves up drink specials for those looking to toast the celebration. Adding to the excitement, Ray’s very own sommelier/barsmith Paul Sanguinetti and general manager Martin Riese will DJ throughout the evening. Guests are also invited to bring an item to be screen printed for a lasting reminder of the celebrations. Giveaways are also on the agenda. 6-11 p.m. LACMA, 5905 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. rsvp: 323.857.6180. RaysandStarkBar.com

Culina Celebrates Two
Mar. 3. Celebrate Two years of modern Italian cuisine at Culina. Head over to the restaurant for a bowl of Spaghetti alla Chitarra with san marzano tomato sauce, peperoncino and basil or dine on a selection of Crudo including Ricciola with yellowtail involtini, star anise, cucumber, orange and tarragon, and enjoy a glass of Prosecco and dessert on the house, along with dried house-made spaghetti with a special sauce recipe from Culina. Four Seasons Hotel, 300 South Doheny Dr., L.A., 310.860.4000. culinarestaurant.com

Good Things Come in Threes at Chaya Downtown
Mar. 1-31. Chaya Downtown turns three and offers a happy hour menu of $3 drink and appetizer specials, in addition to a special three-course prix-fixe dinner menu featuring selections like roasted heirloom beets alongside baked cana de cabra; Grilled Wagyu flank steak and Belgian chocolate fondant with raspberry coulees. 525 S. Flower St., downtown, 213.236.9577. www.thechaya.com/downtownLosAngeles

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