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Weekend roundup

February 4-7


Art Moves: View from Here Yoga

Feb. 6. Take a breath and center yourself during a virtual yoga session inspired by art in the exhibition View from Here: Recent Acquisitions at LACMA. Led by artist Teresa Flores (pictured) with certified yoga instructor and reporter Rebecca Plevin. All are welcome and variations will be provided for every skill level. Set up at home with your yoga mat for one or with the household. Attendees are welcome to participate by sharing their space or just enjoying the presentation anonymously. 10-11 a.m. $5 members, $8 public. lacma.org

Flour + Flower Bar Pop-Up

Feb. 6-28. DTLA’s historic Hotel Figueroa is blooming this month into the ultimate flower—and flour—wonderland with this pop-up spotlighting local women-owned businesses! Flouring LA bakeshop will offer an 8-piece Valentine’s Day box and pre-styled dessert charcuterie boards that’s shareable for 2-3 people; and DTLA-based Vases to Vases will offer mixed bouquets and vase arrangements in small and large sizes. Preorder and pick-up available every Saturday and Sunday starting at 10 a.m.; email flouringla@gmail.com and vasesatthefig@gmail.com each Thursday before your desired weekend pick-up day. flouringla.com | vasestovases.com

Rumble’s Outdoor Boxing Classes

Ongoing. Knock out any stress from your week with a thorough outdoor boxing class at Santa Monica Place. Located on the 3rd Floor near Nordstrom, the daily classes offered are 45 minutes of outdoor boxing and strength workouts to help you break a sweat. Masks required at all times, including during your workout. Spots are limited; book a class via the Rumble site. 395 Santa Monica Place, Santa Monica. santamonicaplace.com

Super Bowl Offerings

BOA Steakhouse

Preorder by Feb. 6. Get ready for the Big Game with BOA Steakhouse’s game day menu. Guests can order items such as a fried chicken bucket, a wagyu burger basket and a DIY Game Day Kit for two. Orders must be placed by 5 p.m. on Feb. 6 for pick-up on Feb. 7 from noon to 3 p.m. 101 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica, 310.899.4466; 9200 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 310.278.2050. boasteak.com


Preorder by Feb. 7. Looking for great barbecue to enjoy during the game? Slab on West 3rd in Beverly Grove is offering four different Super Bowl take-home packages you can choose from. Available options include the smoked wings package, “The Burt” package (feeds 4-6), the “OK Koral” package (feeds 10-12) and the “Know A Guy” (feeds 20). 8136 W. 3rd St., L.A., 310.855.7184. slabbarbecue.com

Food + Drink

Dry-Aged Weekend

Feb. 5-7. Meat lovers, rejoice! Just in time for for the Big Game weekend, Eataly is celebrating the end of its month of sales with 50% off select dry-aged meats. Available in-store and on Instacart and Mercato, you can order meats such as bone-in ribeye, porterhouse and bone-in 60-day NY strip from Creekstone Farms. Time to fire up the grill! F-Sa 8:30 a.m.-9 p.m., Su 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m. westfield.com

Lasita Filipino Rotisserie & Natural Wine

Now Open. Get a taste of a new foodie concept from L.A.’s pioneering Filipino-inspired restaurant LASA—Lasita Filipino Rotisserie & Natural Wine. Co-owner Chase Valencia and former LASA CDC Nico de Leon are running the wine program and kitchen as they continue to celebrate the bright flavors of Filipino-style rotisserie and lechon they grew up with. For this weekend, place orders by Feb. 5 at noon for pick-up Feb. 6-7 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. 727 N. Broadway, L.A., 213.443.6163. lasa-la.com

“La Zi Ji” Spicy Popcorn Chicken Hoagie

Through Feb. 10. Spice up your weekend with Cassia’s limited-time “La Zi Ji” Spicy Popcorn Chicken Hoagie before it’s gone! Inspired by the Sichuan stir-fried dish, this special is comprised of chicken piled onto a warm roll with Sichuan peppercorn mayo, Provolone, pickles, marinated Chinese broccoli, scallions and sesame. Each package includes one small Vietnamese Caesar salad and Cajun fries dusted with Vietnamese-Cajun seasoning. Preorders can be placed daily until 3 p.m. $39 per package (serves two). 1314 7th St., Santa Monica, 310.393.6699. cassiala.com

Arts + Culture

A Love Song For Latasha

Feb. 4-5. Join LACMA for a virtual screening of the 19-minute film, A Love Song For Latasha, followed by a post-screening conversation with director Sophia Nahli Allison, moderated by artist Calida Rawles and Associate Curator of Western History, Autry Museum of the American West, Tyree Boyd-Pates. 7-11:30 p.m. Free, RSVP required. lacma.org

Natural History Museum’s First Fridays Connected

Feb. 5. Mark your calendar for the return of the First Fridays Connected virtual series featuring lively discussions, DJ sets and live music performances—but with a new format. Tune in for the first of the series on Friday for a discussion on finding solace in science and musical performances by DJ Novena Carmel and Vagabon. This season, the Natural History Museum of L.A. County will explore Los Angeles at the intersections, a celebration of science and culture. 6-8 p.m. Free. nhm.org

“Icons on Inspiration”

Feb. 6. Gustavo Dudamel takes the stage to lead the Los Angeles Philharmonic through an inspiring fundraising program that features conversations with legendary icons: award-winning actress, singer and writer Julie Andrews; Grammy Award-winning artist, actor, author and activist Common; superstar singer Katy Perry; Academy Award-winning actress Natalie Portman; Latin Grammy-winner Carlos Vives; and internationally acclaimed pianist Yuja Wang. 6 p.m. Free. laphil.com

Photo credits: Teresa Flores by Arlene Mejorado. Vases to Vases courtesy Modern Currency PR. “A Love Song For Latasha” courtesy LACMA/Netflix. All other images are courtesy of the venues.

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