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Weekend roundup

March 3-6


10 Days RE:Her Festival

Starts March. 4 | The inaugural festival, 10 Days RE:Her, celebrates women’s history month. Nearly 100 female-owned restaurants and food & beverage brands come together to offer 85 unique collaboration events across L.A. –thematic menus, one-on-one conversations and more. Times and locations vary. Check out the list for activities. Regardingherfood.com

Empowerher by One Colorado

March. 6 | In celebration of International Women’s Day, One Colorado in Pasadena is hosting a set of complimentary self care sessions by women owned businesses. Come enjoy a day of 1-Minute facials, tarot card readings, and headshots, sip on rose, and more. Times vary by event. 41 Hugs Alley, Pasadena. 626.564.8441. Event Listings

Daybreaker LA // WÜNDER TOUR

March. 5 | An immersive dance party and theatrical show beginning at sunrise is hosted by WÜNDER. Experience a yoga session while listening to live performances featuring Andrew Sealy, DJ Victorien, Elliott LaRue, Monica Dogra, and more. They will also offer clean energy drinks sponsored by MUD\WRT, Lagunitas, and RUNA. Bring your own mat. Sat at 9am – 12pm. 1147 Palmetto Street, Los Angeles. Get Tickets

Food + Drink

 Skybar at Mondrian Los Angeles

Now Open | With one of West Hollywood’s best views of the city, Skybar at The Mondrian debuts an assortment of al fresco sips from their all-new cocktail menu. The new list includes the azul blue sky, it’s a vibe (serves 4-5), a tangy and spicy passion fruit & ginger margarita, the watermelon julep and the signature Skybar mojito. Sun – Thurs 11 am – 12 am, Fri – Sat 11am – 2am. 8440 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. 323.650.8999. sbe.com

Moderno Cocina at WEHO

Open | Chef Vega and company have created a modern mix of traditional Mexican foods with one-of-a kind LA style in the heart of West Hollywood. The Cochinta Bibil is a taco made with slow braised pork shoulder, zesty orange achiote and habanero pickled onions. Pair that with a refreshing cerveza and good company. Daily 5pm – 1am. 7511 Santa Monica Boulevard
West Hollywood. 562.841.4688 modernococina.com


SPITZ at Studio City

Open |  Foodie-favorite Spitz brings a healthier, modern take on Mediterranean food ubiquitous to the streets of Europe. Named after a classic vertical method for broiling proteins, Spitz serves up award-winning food such as fries and zesty gyros with local craft beer and fun board games. Daily 11am-10pm. 3737 Cahuenga Blvd, Studio City. 818.755.0400. spitzrestaurant.com

The Mermaid at Little Tokyo

Open | Make a stop at the popular Little Tokyo dive bar, The Mermaid, in Honda Plaza. Owners Arelene Roldan and Katie Kildow, present an aquatic-themed menu with tropical cocktails and creative bar bites and energetic nightly entertainment. Happy hour drink specials and booze + bites. Times vary. 428 E 2nd St, Los Angeles. 213.947.3347. themermaidla.com

Arts + Culture

L.A Phil’s Elgar and Tchaikovsky

March. 4-6. | Composed in the wake of WWI’s shocking horror, Edward Elgar’s Cello Concerto reflects a new seriousness and darkened profundity in his music. Soloist Camille Thomas will be putting her own spin on this cello masterwork. Also, LA Phil’s dynamic Associate Conductor, Paolo Bortolameolli, takes on the intense and unrestrained emotions of the last symphony Tchaikovsky, “Pathétique.” Times vary. 111 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles. 323.850.2000. Get Tickets

The Lehman Triology

March. 3 – Apr. 10 | Directed by Academy Award, Tony Award and Golden Globe winner Sam Mendes, The Lehman Trilogy is the story of a family and a company that changed the world, told in three parts on a single evening. Based on how the Lehman Brothers established one of the largest firms in the world that spectacularly collapses into bankruptcy, triggering the largest financial crisis in history. Times vary. 135 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles. 213.628.2772. Get Tickets

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