Top Los Angeles Weekend Events Roundup March 12-15

Enjoy decadent wine and cheese pairings this weekend at Haute Mess

Fred Segal Flea Market, St. Paddy’s Day events, ArtNight Pasadena and more … Check out the top Los Angeles weekend events for March 12-15.

Edited by Alicia Luchak.




Fred Segal Flea Market 
Launches March 12. 
For those with Champagne taste and a beer budget, make some room in your wardrobe for some high-end additions. Fred Segal Sunset is launching an exciting new shopping experience, with a wide selection of chic and affordable pieces from over 16 vendors. Every day, you can check out vintage tees, antiques, Rolexes, Hermes Birkin Bags, art installations and so much more. The flea market will only be around until April 30, so be sure to stop by while you still can! 10 am.-7 p.m. 8500 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood.



(CANCELED) Paleyfest L.A.
March 13-22. 
Get the inside scoop on hit shows including Outlander and Schitt’s Creek and see stars in person at the Paley Center for Media’s annual event for TV lovers, held at the Dolby Theatre. The lineup is full of screenings, discussions and Q&As featuring the creators and stars of top TV shows. Visit website for schedule and tickets. Dolby Theatre, 6801 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, 310.786.1000. Tickets




MaeDay Rescue’s Adoption Event
March 14. Is there a better way to spend your Saturday than with an afternoon of doggies and drinks? MaeDay Rescue is throwing a puppy adoption party with CBD treats by HolistaPet, drinks by Vervet and donation-based pet sketches—so bring along your furry friend, or at least a photo.
2-5 p.m. MaeDay Outpost, 610 N. Hoover St., Silver Lake.




Walk With Sally’s 13th Annual Friendship Bowl
March 15. After months of fundraising for “friendship,” Walk With Sally is wrapping up the campaign with an afternoon of family-friendly bowling for a cause. The nonprofit offers mentorship to children of families affected by cancer, what they like to call “friendships.” Proceeds from this Sunday’s fundraiser will go toward establishing a new satellite office in order to help out in new areas across L.A. County. Noon-4 p.m. Gable House Bowl, 22501 Hawthorne Blvd., Torrance.





(CANCELED) Shamrock ‘n’ Roll
March 14.
Celebrate the revelry, tradition and spirit of Ireland with a rocking event. The event features a lineup of live entertainment with music for fans of the 1970s and 80s, ska, punk, folk, soul and, of course, Irish rock. Four diverse bands will perform throughout the evening: Yachtley Crew, Hoist the Colors, the Untouchables and Dirty Old Town. Ages 21+. 7 p.m.-midnight. $30 presale, $35 at the door. 1126 Queens Hwy., Long Beach, 877.600.4313.




Casey’s St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival
Upcoming | March 17.
Casey’s annual St. Paddy’s festival is back for another celebration—this year, moving to Imperial Western Beer Company at Union Station. Celebrate with countless kegs of green beer, classic craft beer, cocktails, whiskey, DJs and more. Between drinks, be sure to check out food specials like the beer bratwurst, vegan sausage and corned beef sandwich. Bars open 6 a.m.-2 a.m.; festival from 11 a.m.- midnight. Free admission is granted to those who arrive before 2 p.m. Full-price tickets are $15. Imperial Western Beer Company, 800 N. Alameda St., downtown.



The Irish Times Pub & Restaurant
Upcoming | March 17. Start the day off sipping Irish coffee with Tullamore Dew and enjoying an Irish breakfast. All day long, you can enjoy performances by Irish dancers, “Dew & Brew” pairings with local beers, and authentic food specials like corned beef and cabbage, fish and chips, Irish stew and more. Breakfast served 9 a.m.-1 p.m.; live music 1 p.m.-2 a.m. 3267 Motor Ave., Culver City.





Celebrate Spring on Sofitel’s Outdoor Patio

Now Available.This hidden gem at the crossroads of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood is an oasis of nature and colors. Enjoy the L.A. weather for an outdoor lunch or dinner at Cattle & Claw or come for some fresh crafted cocktails and bar bites from Riviera 31 Bar lounge for an aperitif al fresco. From private dinners to cocktail receptions, privatize this outdoor patio and make your event unforgettable! 
8555 Beverly Blvd., Beverly Hills



Saddle Peak Lodge’s 35th Anniversary Dishes
Now Available.
As his way to honor Saddle Peak Lodge’s 35th anniversary, chef Adam Horton is celebrating with a new series of unique dishes. Previously a hunting lodge and roadhouse, the Malibu gem provides a truly one-of-a-kind atmosphere and has signature dishes to match. Delicious new menu items include Tartare of New Zealand Elk, Mushroom and Bone Marrow “Sandwich,” MSC Certified Chilean Sea Bass, Tomato & Lobster Bisque and 3-pound Bone-In Westholme Wagyu Beef Tomahawk Feast. 419 Cold Canyon Road, Malibu.



Stockholm Social
Ongoing. Every Thursday through Sunday, V DTLA will now transform into a retro lounge after dark, with moody ambiance, live DJs, intimate seating inside the jewelry vault and cocktail waitresses decked out in emerald and jade. The recently revamped menu features highlights like beet carpaccio and tantalizing large-format cocktails like the Smoking Pot (pictured here) and the Resolution. 8 p.m.- late. 515 W. 7th St., downtown, 510.858.6581.




APL’S Hamilton Pre-Show Menu
Debuts March 12. To celebrate
 the award-winning musical Hamilton, Adam Perry Lang’s modern steakhouse, APL, is offering a showstopping pre-show dinner menu with cleverly named dishes and delicious cocktails. Guests can enjoy some whimsical handcrafted cocktails like the Hamiltini, the Cherry Bounce Smash and Pimms & Perry. Some of standout dishes include the King George Salmon, Bone-In-Dependence Rib-Eye, Nonstop Pork Chop and kids’ menu items like Not Throwing Away My Hot Dog. 1680 Vine St., Hollywood, 323.416.1280.



Haute Mess’ Evening of Wine & Cheese 
March 12. 
Start the weekend early with a night of delicious wine and exotic cheese pairings. Taste various hors d’oeuvres, each coupled perfectly with a wine for every palate. The evening will conclude with delectable pastries and Italian coffee. 7 p.m. Haute Mess, 7673 Beverly Blvd., West Hollywood, 323.621.4556.





Billy Harris Dinner Series 
March 15. For one night only, 
Bottlefish is hosting acclaimed guest chefs from Sweetfin Poké, the Charleston, Pakpao Thai and cookbook author Ali Tila for a collaboration dinner, hosted by culinary genius emcee Billy Harris. The multicourse dinner will include wine pairings, hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, chef meet-and-greets and a live auction. Proceeds go toward C-CAP Los Angeles and the Trotter Project. 6:30 p.m. $125. 11677 San Vicente Blvd., #200, Brentwood. Tickets





The national tour production of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway hit returns to L.A. with its brilliant raps about founding father Alexander Hamilton. Hollywood Pantages Theatre, 6233 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, 323.468.1770. Tickets





ArtNight Pasadena
March 13. 
At this biannual event, the Crown City’s museums and cultural institutions—including the Pasadena Playhouse, Kidspace Children’s Museum and Norton Simon Museum—offer free admission, shuttle transportation and special programming.




Note: All event listings included in this roundup were confirmed accurate as of press date. Due to current environmental concerns, the editors suggest readers check for schedule changes which may have recently occurred.


Photos: Hamilton credit Joan Marcus. Fred Segal Flea Market courtesy Fred Segal. Paleyfest L.A. courtesy @PaleyCenter/Facebook. MaeDay Rescue’s Adoption Event courtesy MaeDay. Walk With Sally’s 13th Annual Friendship Bowl courtesy Walk With Sally. Shamrock ‘n’ Roll courtesy Queen Mary. Casey’s St. Patrick’s Day Street Festival courtesy Imperial Western Beer Company. The Irish Times Pub & Restaurant courtesy Tullamore Dew Whiskey.Saddle Peak Lodge’s 35th Anniversary Dishes courtesy Saddle Peak Lodge. Stockholm Social courtesy V DTLA. APL’S Hamilton Pre-Show Menu credit Isauro Mercado. Haute Mess’ Evening of Wine & Cheese courtesy Haute Mess. Billy Harris Dinner Series courtesy Bottlefish. ArtNight @artnightpasadena/Facebook.