240 N. Larchmont Blvd. , Los Angeles, CA
Salt & Straw’s Thanksgiving menu and Buy a Pint, Give a Pint promotion will be available at the Larchmont shop throughout November, including the festive ice cream flavors below. Buy a pint of any Thanksgiving flavor and Salt & Straw will donate a pint to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank to give families a sweet treat on Thanksgiving.
Salted Caramel Thanksgiving Turkey - A head rush of sweet and salty with a pinch of adventure. All the flavors of a roasted turkey, its juices and the caramelized onions underneath, are packed into a turkey fat caramel ice cream, then speckled with handmade fried turkey skin brittle.
Spiced Chevre Pumpkin Pie - Pumpkin cheesecake ice cream with an unexpected twist of maturity. Like scooping out the middle of a pumpkin pie and throwing it straight into a spicy, goaty, salty cheesecake. With goat cheese from Soledad Goats in Mojave, CA, this is guaranteed to rival any ice cream in yum-factor!
Honey Bourbon Corn Pudding - This flavor was inspired by one of the Malek’s oldest family recipes. Sweet, light, and buttery Corn Pudding is a staple on most Thanksgiving plates around the country. For their ice cream, they bake their own corn pudding using lots of locally-crafted bourbon from Ascendant Distillery in Santa Barbara.
Cranberry Walnut Stuffing - The delightful accompaniment to any Thanksgiving feast. This combination of cranberries with Central Coast walnuts is the perfect nuanced flavor combined with hearty nostalgia. Locally grown walnuts pair perfectly with molasses brown bread stuffing based ice cream.
Sweet Potato Casserole with Maple Pecans - Sweet potato ice cream, Vermont maple-infused marshmallow pillows, and pralined pecans. These pecans have a buttery sweetness with slight bitterness, delightfully cutting through the starchy potatoes.
151 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, 90012
The endless charms of Haydn's concerto find the ideal spokesman in charismatic cellist Gautier Capuçon; Dudamel invigorates Schubert's lyrical Sixth Symphony.
Come for: Gautier Capuçon performing one of Haydn's beloved cello concertos.
And more: Max Reger's stunning orchestral depiction of four paintings by the Swiss Symbolist artist Arnold Böcklin.
700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90037
Explore a paradise unlike any other, with the breathtaking film Galapagos 3D: Nature’s Wonderland. Located close to the equator in the Pacific Ocean, these remarkable volcanic islands are home to some of nature’s most incredible living creatures, like giant half-ton long-necked tortoises, dancing blue-footed boobies and flightless cormorants. Small penguins living thousands of miles from their natural habitats share the seas with unique marine iguanas that spit sea-salt. Kids will be fascinated by the same wonders of nature that helped Darwin realize his theory of evolution.
Los Angeles, 90015
Combining jazz and blues with dubstep and funk sounds like an unconvincing jumble of genres, but soulful, innovative performer Alex Clare has a special talent for fusing unlikely inspirations together. After gaining worldwide recognition with his 2011 smash single "Too Close", the bearded Brit is tearing up the live circuit with his thrillingly creative concerts. Ticket buyers can expect an eclectic show that takes them through a roller coaster of emotions. On the one hand, Clare uses part of his setlist to strip down his performance and return to his noble singer-songwriter roots, growling tenderly about lost love. But just as seamlessly, his band churns out a surge of dancey anthems as he picks up the pace, celebrating themes like found love that always gets concertgoers on their feet. Clare's enthusiastic onstage demeanor and impressive vocal range are perfectly complimented by his band's booming, tribal-like percussions, unleashing a wonderfully unique live experience.
842 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90014
One of the most influential and celebrated musicians of our time, Carlos Santana will sit down with L.A.'s own Cheech Marin to share the story of his life-- from his humble childhood in Mexico, to his emergence in the 1960s rock underground in San Francisco and the explosion of his musical career. In his new memoir The Universal Tone, Santana’s authentic voice and unparalleled story is delivered with a level of passion and soul equal to the legendary charge of his guitar. From collaborations with other greats like Miles Davis and Herbie Hancock to Juanes, Pitbull and Lila Downs, hear the remarkable life story from a musician Rolling Stone has rated as one of the greatest guitarists of all time.