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Eggs Benedict and Baked Brioche French Toast at Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

Celebrate Mother's Day at Los Angeles Restaurants

05/02/2016

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On Sunday, May 8, restaurants across Los Angeles are offering lavish buffets and special menus for Mother's Day. Read on for the best Mother's Day specials at L.A. restaurants, because every mom deserves nothing but the best.

For even more options, check out our guide to Mother's Day specials at Los Angeles hotels.

Iced shellfish display at Baltaire

Where to Enjoy Easter Sunday Brunch in Los Angeles

03/17/2016

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Regarded as the most important holiday in Christianity, Easter Sunday is the worldwide celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Described as a “moveable feast” because it doesn’t fall on the same date every year, Easter is known for traditions such as egg hunting, the Easter Bunny and Easter parades. Restaurants across Los Angeles are celebrating the holiday with lavish brunches and special prix fixe menus. Read on for the best places in L.A. to enjoy Easter Sunday.

All Easter brunches and events take place on Sunday, March 27, 2016 unless otherwise noted.

Thanksgiving at Fogo de Chão

Celebrate Thanksgiving at These Los Angeles Restaurants

11/06/2014

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On Thanksgiving Day, restaurants across Los Angeles are preparing sumptuous holiday meals that will please every palate. From traditional feasts with all the trimmings to multicultural menus, read on for L.A. restaurants that are hosting Thanksgiving celebrations on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015.

Celebrate the Feast of the Seven Fishes in Los Angeles

12/23/2013

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The Feast of the Seven Fishes, aka La Vigilia (The Vigil), is a traditional Italian-American Christmas Eve celebration that commemorates La Vigilia di Natale, the wait for the midnight birth of the infant Jesus. The feast typically features at least seven different seafood dishes, which are served before midnight Mass. The custom of eating seafood on Christmas Eve comes from the Roman Catholic tradition of abstinence - i.e., no meat or milk products - on the eve of certain holy days. 

Although La Vigilia’s true origins are unknown, the custom is said to have begun in Southern Italy. The number seven may refer to the seven sacraments, the Seven Hills of Rome, or perhaps the idea of completion - according to Genesis, God rested on the seventh day. Baccalà (salted cod fish) is a traditional favorite of the sumptuous meal, along with a myriad of other seafood dishes.

From traditional family-style menus to modern twists, restaurants across Los Angeles are celebrating the Feast of the Seven Fishes.