Celebrate Easter on Sofitel Los Angeles’ patio!
April 17 | Join the luxury hotel’s Easter Egg-stravaganza on their ready-for-spring blooming outdoor garden patio and dive into a whimsical universe featuring all your favorite Easter brunch food and cocktails, along with live music, an egg hunt and more! Their all-you-can-eat menu starts at $65 with Easter exclusive craft cocktails and bottomless bubbles included, and special pricing for children. Large parties welcome!
Sunday, April 17th, 11am-4pm. Inside Sofitel Los Angeles, 8555 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90048. 310-770-1654. More Details HERE
The Queen’s Ball: A Bridgerton Experience
Open Now | Your presence is requested at the most exclusive ball of the season, by Netflix’s hit show Bridgerton. An immersive experience transporting you straight to the Regency era. Prepare to mingle with other members of the Ton as you sip on cocktails and partake in an evening of music and dance. Rumor has it that Her Majesty Queen Charlotte is looking for the diamond of the season, but will you be the one to win her favor? $49 per person. Times vary, 506 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles. bridgertonexperience.com
Brewery Artwork is back
April 9-10 | The Brewery Artwalk returns after two years, and this time it is special. Enjoy free admission and parking at this unique art cultural event. Fill your bellies from Barbara’s at the Brewery and food trucks: Poutine, Cocina, Tropic Truck, Streets of Vietnam and Recess. Sat. – Sun. at 11a.m to 6p.m. 2100 N. Main St. A10, Los Angeles. 323.638.9382. brewaryartwalk.com
SOFAR SOUNDS AND LEXUS HOST PARALLELS
April 9 | Sofar Sounds and Lexus presents Parallels – a secret pop-up concert in the West Adams neighborhood of Los Angeles. This intimate concert features three live-music performances by up-and-coming artists in an outdoor venue. In between sets, Lexus Culinary Master Chef Ludo Lefebvre treats guests to a series of small bites inspired by each performing artist that evening. Sat. at 7pm-10pm (Doors at 6pm.) Free. More Info
Food + Drink
National Burrito Celebration at Trejo’s Tacos
Starts April 7 | National Burrito Day is around the corner, Danny Trejo is pairing up with Nashville Hot Chicken royalty Kimberly Prince to serve a limited-time fried chicken menu. Join the celebration at three of Trejo’s Tacos Los Angeles locations – Hollywood, La Brea, and Santa Monica. Until April 30. For more information visit Trejo’s Tacos
Modern Korean Cuisine at Ombu Grill
Open Now | The Ombu Grill is a modern Korean barbecue restaurant combining Argentinian asado and Korean flavors. Premium quality Korean meats including favorites such as prime beef short ribs, pork belly, and seafood are served alongside authentic side dishes and fresh salads. Pair the signature meats with essential achuras for a complete parrillada combination. Thurs – Sun, 12pm-8pm. 400 S Western Ave #104, Los Angeles. Reserve Now
DineLA showcases Tallula’s
Until April 15 | Tallula’s is offering a limited-time $45 3-course dinner menu with Mexican dishes like crispy cauliflower with mojo picon, pepitas, pickled red onions & cilantro. Two grass-fed carne asada tacos on organic blue corn tortillas are made with fresh masa and served with organic red rice and organic pinto beans, finished with churros con chocolate for dessert. Hours Vary. 118 Entrada Drive, Santa Monica. 310.526.0027. More Info
Arts + Culture
Romeo and Juliet at Segerstrom Center
April 15-17 | The always-dazzling Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo makes its long-awaited return to SoCal with Romeo and Juliet. Considered to be THE iconic ballet of renowned choreographer Jean-Christophe Maillot, this remarkable version is one of the most beautiful ballets adapted from Shakespeare’s masterpiece to be seen today. April 15 – 17 only! 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa, 714.556.2787. scfta.org
The Getty Villa’s Family Festival: Persia
April 9-10 | The Getty Villa presents a free two-day family festival: Persia. Experience the sights and sounds of ancient Iran through music, dance, storytelling, hands-on workshops, and interactive events. Make your own puppet inspired by Persian stories, forge a set of golden wings, or craft jewelry based upon examples from 2,500 years ago. Discover the wonders of this enduring culture in a daylong festival inspired by the Getty Villa exhibition ‘Persia: Ancient Iran and the Classical World’. Sat – Sun, from 10 am – 5 pm. 17985 Pacific Coast Highway, Pacific Palisades. Getty.edu
Gus Van Sant: 15 Positives
Starts April 8 | Dries Van Noten and Die Plek present the first U.S. exhibition of Gus Van Sant’s photographic works in over a decade at The Little House. The exhibition, entitled 15 Positives, features a selection of portraits from the 1980s and 1990s shot while casting his provocative and pioneering films Mala Noche, Drugstore Cowboy, My Own Private Idaho, and To Die For. Friday at 2 pm – 6 pm. The Little House, 451 N. La Cienega Blvd. Curate.la
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