Los Angeles

Weekend roundup

March 28-31


Tokyo Nights at Level 8

Starts March 29. Located in the eclectic venue Level 8, Lucky Mizu is introducing “Tokyo Nights,” an immersive late-night dining and entertainment experience. This event showcases a sushi and sake menu that introduces new rolls, including the blue fin toro and A5 wagyu handroll. To elevate the experience, enjoy sake flights and specialty cocktails, paired with live entertainment, DJs and table games that mirrors the dynamic nightlife of Tokyo. Every Friday and Saturday, 10 p.m.-late. 1254 S. Figueroa Street 8th Floor, Los Angeles. luckymizudtla.com

Spring Fling Wine Event

March 29. The Venice Beach Wine Club is set to host its inaugural wine event, boasting an open wine bar with selections from Tooth And Nail, Broc Cellars and Baire Wines, complemented with culinary selections from Luxe Bites and tunes spun by DJ Gaetz. Tickets are $60. Friday, 7-10 p.m. Create Studios, 361 Vernon Ave #1, Venice. RSVP

Food + Drinks

Hop into Easter at STK Steakhouse

March 29-31. You are invited to feast this Easter weekend at STK Steakhouse, featuring brunch specials and exclusive a la carte dishes. Upon arrival, guests will receive a surprise-filled Easter egg, with golden eggs offering grand prizes. The food lineup includes dungeness crab deviled eggs, slow-roasted prime rib, peppercorn-crusted lamb chops and parmesan-crusted sole along with a side of cheddar hashbrown. Reservations recommended. Hours vary. 930 Hilgard Ave., Los Angeles. stksteakhouse.com

All’Antico Vinaio

March 29. Set to preview its second L.A. branch, All’Antico Vinaio is hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony and offering the first 1,000 visitors a free sandwich, one per person, with further purchases available. You can select from a menu featuring their popular sandwiches, such as pecorino and truffles, highlighting options like la schiacciata del boss with prosciutto toscano and la summer with prosciutto toscano. Friday at 12 p.m. 3925 W. 6th Street, Los Angeles. allanticovinaiola.com


March 31. Indulge in a savory Easter brunch at Superba Hollywood, featuring an array of freshly baked pastries, such as warm cinnamon buns, alongside colorful seafood and vegetable platters from the raw bar. The brunch highlights include savory maitake mushroom toast topped with bacon and fried eggs on brioche and decadent croissant French toast. Complete your meal with a choice of beverages, from classic mimosas and Bloody Marys to a variety of non-alcoholic options. 6530 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. Sunday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Reserve Now

Coucou West Hollywood Opens

Now Open. Parisian meets Pacific characterizes Coucou, merging French bistro and coastal California cuisine by owners Jesse and Hayley Feldman, blending design with Chef Jacob Wetherington’s culinary expertise. Their new location features tarte flambée, French aperitifs, natural wines, inventive cocktails and an 80-seat designed indoor-outdoor space. Hours vary. 9045 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood. Reserve Now

Arts + Culture

L.A. Intersections

March 30. In conjunction with the Broad’s Los Angeles-centric exhibition, “Desire, Knowledge, and Hope (with Smog),” a two-part music and poetry series is being held within the gallery spaces, spotlighting seminal local talents across punk, jazz and hip-hop. Featured performers include Myka 9 and Aceyalone from Freestyle Fellowship, Keith Morris of Black Flag and Mike Watt from Minutemen, among others. Saturday at 8-11 p.m. 221 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles. thebroad.org

Annenberg Pet-Friendly Comedy Show

March 29. This fundraising event, aimed at supporting vulnerable animals within the shelter system, showcases a lineup of Los Angeles’ finest comedians, such as Greg Fitzsimmons, Andrea Vicunia, and Caitlin Benson, to raise funds for our four-legged friends. Attendees are also welcomed to bring their dogs, blurring the lines between uproarious laughter and uninhibited howling in a unique gathering. annenbergpetspace.org

Photo credit: LACMA photo courtesy of Joe Byrnes at Unsplash, Photos of food and women enjoying dishes courtesy of Re:her Festival. Girl reading book with dog courtesy of Wags and Walk. Boy and his dog courtesy of Holocaust Museum L.A. All other images are courtesy of the venues and businesses featured.

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