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Saturday, January 31

Night on Broadway

Bringing Back Broadway

Broadway and Third St., Los Angeles, CA

5:00pm to 10:00pm

Bringing Back Broadway presents “Night on Broadway” – a multi-venue art and streetscape celebration, complete with programing on newly opened pedestrian spaces, merchant pop-ups, kids activity area, a vintage car display and restaurant specials. 

The event, which is in conjunction with the Los Angeles Neighborhood Initiative (LANI), will take place on January 31, 2015, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., highlighting entertainment, food and nighttime fun along Broadway from 3rd Street to 11th. Last year’s “Day on Broadway” event celebrating Huizar’s Bringing Back Broadway’s 6th anniversary was a huge success, drawing hundreds of participants. This year’s event could prove even more popular. 

“As we celebrate the 7th anniversary of Bringing Back Broadway, we’re looking forward to providing an opportunity for Angelenos of all ages to experience a fun and exciting evening immersed in the historic district, while discovering what Broadway is all about,” said Councilmember Huizar. “The momentum we’ve created to revitalize this historic street is undeniable. Our job is not finished by any means, but more and more, Broadway is once again becoming an important destination in the City of Los Angeles - day and night.” 

The free, all-ages Night on Broadway celebration will feature programming in six of Broadway’s historic (and often closed-to-the-public) theaters (Million Dollar, Los Angeles, Palace, Tower, Orpheum, and the Theatre at Ace Hotel (aka United Artists Theatre.) An on-street festival area will feature booths and pop-up shops from local DTLA businesses, a vintage car show, a family-friendly kids’ area, and a main stage featuring live musical performances. Broadway restaurants, bars and businesses will be open, many offering specials for Night on Broadway participants. More than a dozen food trucks will be on site, and Broadway’s historic Grand Central Market vendors will be open late with special Night on Broadway programming. 

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12-course Tapas Collaboration Dinner at Coco Laurent

Coco Laurent

707 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, 90017

7:00pm to 10:00pm

Living Breathing Kitchen and Fair Game Food Truck collaborate on a one night, 12 item tapas style tasting dinner

Enjoy the flavors… the size doesn’t matter!
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Chef Bean- Eggplant, peanut butter soup
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Chef Jean-Paul – Arrancini ball, Mozzarella, white truffle oil and aged balsamic syrup
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Chef Bean - Camel picadillo with a white mole sauce, chocolate bell pepper sauce with edible flowers
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Chef Jean-Paul – Salted Bacalao Gratin bites, bed of leeks fondue and lemon drizzle
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Chef Bean - Grits with chorizo, crab claw meat, baby scallops, and shrimp
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Chef Jean-Paul – Gluten free lobster pancake, mango relish and roasted sunflower seeds
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Chef Bean - Chicken Adobo Lumpia:  Filipino egg rolls, Asian slaw, and papaya relish
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Chef Jean-Paul – Slow cooked pork mignon, tangerine and habanero jam, micro salad with Dijon dressing
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Chef Bean - Wild Pig el taquito style, creamy polenta, micro greens, crème fraiche, dried freeze smoked corn 
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Chef Jean-Paul – Wild boar sausage, pina colada chutney and micro beets sprout
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Dessert Collaboration:   Chef Bean and Chef Jean Paul
Chef Bean - Pavalovas, quince membrillo, charcoal peanuts, grappa chocolate mousse 
Chef Jean-Paul – Mini Meyer lemon Napoleon, blackberry drizzle and minty fruity insalaty

Fixed paired drinks
Bean’s  Drink- La Gran Puta: Hibiscus, black berry,orange foam, triple sec, tequila

Jean-Paul’s Drink- Caribbean Sangria: red wine, rum, fruits, vanilla, blue agave nectar

Reserve your tickets directly online:
Saturday, January 31st
2 seating’s, 5pm to 7 pm and 8pm to 10pm

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Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host

University Park Campus Bovard Auditorium (ADM)

3551 Trousdale Pkwy, Los Angeles, 90089

8:00pm

(JAN. 31) This American Life host Ira Glass has been working with Monica Bill Barnes & Company to invent a show that combines two art forms thatas Glass puts ithave no business being together: dance and radio. One is all words and no visuals. One is all visuals and no words. The result is a funny, lively and very talky evening of dance and stories that brought down the house in its first test run at Carnegie Hall. Glass and choreographer Monica Bill Barnes thought their work shared a sensibility. Glass found Barness dances funny and intensely personal. Barnes, in turn, says, Ira has a way of telling stories that makes me . . . empathize, which is what I want an audience to do when we are dancing. In May 2012 Barnes and Glass collaborated on three short dances that were part of a This American Life variety show that was beamed into movie theatres nationwide. It was such a success that they decided to do a full show that combines stories and dance. Join us for an exciting evening of entertaining and unexpected convergences.

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Sunday, February 1

Wirtshaus Hosts Football Edition of "Kegs and Eggs (and Sausage)"

Wirtshaus LA

345 N. La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles, CA

11:00am

German restaurant and beer garden, Wirtshaus (facebook.com/WirtshausLA), is getting in on the Super Bowl action by offering up a football version of its popular “Kegs and Eggs (and Sausage)” breakfast-and-beer brunch on Sunday, February 1, 2015.

Wirtshaus’ “Kegs and Eggs (and Sausage)” special will begin at 11:00 AM on Super Bowl Sunday, and run through kick-off at 3:30 PM (Pacific). Just $27.00 per person will score each guest an egg dish (eggs prepared to their liking), one of Wirtshaus’ famous sausages, a side of fried potatoes, and all-you-can-drink draft beer until 3:30 PM, from a selection of three of Wirtshaus’ most popular German beers.

Wirtshaus’ “Kegs and Eggs” guests will be able to catch all of the action on six (6) flat-screen TVs inside the restaurant and outside, on the dog-friendly patio - with an enhanced football experience courtesy of Wirtshaus’ Dolby surround sound system. Wirtshaus will also set their “ping-pong / soccer room” in Super Bowl style, with the venue’s 120” projection screen.

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The Hungry Cats Gear Up for Superbowl with Tailgate Party

The Hungry Cat

1535 N. Vine St., Hollywood, CA

11:00am

An indoor tailgate party by Chef David Lentz will be celebrated at The Hungry Cat Santa Monica Canyon with Superbowl snacks of Sriracha Chicken Wings, Loaded Potato Skins with Crab; Beer Braised Pork Ribs and Slaw; and a Grilled Pizza with Spicy Shrimp, Fennel and Arugula Pistou. Killer Thirsty Cat Tailgating drink specials include The Patriot and The Seahawks cocktails custom created by The Hungry Cat ace bartender team. Other drink specials include Tequila Shots with Blood Orange Sangrita; Picklebacks; Beer by the Quart and Pitcher; and Bottomless Mimosas.

The Superbowl XLIX battle between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks will be on view ONLY at the Santa Monica location but virtual tailgating with Thirsty Cat Tailgating drink specials will help cheer for the team favorite at all three locations.

Beginning Monday, January 26, The Hungry Cats will support both teams leading up to the Superbowl by featuring The Patriots and The Seahawks cocktails daily at all locations.

Enjoy the game at The Hungry Cat Santa Monica Canyon, serving brunch from at 11 a.m. The Superbowl “Tailgate” menu and Raw Bar will be served from 3 – 5 p.m. From 5 p.m., The Cats serve the dinner menu along with Superbowl drinks specials and the sensational Raw Bar.

Superbowl XLIX at The Hungry Cats

Sriracha Glazed Chicken Wings with Blue Cheese Dressing

Beer Braised Pork Ribs with Coleslaw

Loaded Potato Skins with Crab

Grilled Pizza with Spicy Shrimp, Shaved Fennel and Arugula Pistou

Pricing from $10-16

Thirsty Cat Tailgating Cocktails

Patriots

silver tequila, lemon, cinnamon syrup, red wine float

Seahawks

reposado tequila, lemon, coffee syrup, chocolate bitters, laphroaig mist

Tequila Shots with Blood Orange Sangrita $9

Bottomless Mimosas $25

Picklebacks $9

Beer by the Quart $13

Beer by the Pitcher $23

WHEN:

Monday, January 26, 2015 – Patriots and Seahawks Cocktails at all locations through Superbowl Sunday, February 1, 2015

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Brunch from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.  Hollywood and Santa Monica Canyon ONLY

Raw Bar from 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. Hollywood and Santa Monica Canyon ONLY, from 4 p.m. Santa Barbara

Dinner from 5 p.m. includes Super Bowl drink specials, dinner menu and raw bar, all locations

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The Larders at Tavern & Burton Way Offer Superbowl Take Home Favorites

The Larder at Burton Way

8500 Burton Way, Los Angeles, CA

12:00pm

THE LARDER AT TAVERN and THE LARDER AT BURTON WAY, Suzanne Goin & Caroline Styne’s popular neighborhood marketplace-restaurants in Brentwood and Los Angeles, present a take home menu for Superbowl XLIX, airing on Sunday, February 1, 2015. The Superbowl menu is complete with everyone’s favorite snacks, chips & dips, sandwiches, platters, ready-to-grill burgers with all the fixings and desserts, all designed for family and friends gatherings.

snacks

spiced shrimp with horseradish cocktail (per dozen) 33

AOC dates with bacon & parmesan (per dozen) 12

marinated olives (pint) 16

julie’s spiced nuts (pint) 16

marcona almonds (pint) 18

dips – (serve 8)

house-made onion dip with sweet potato chips 16

chorizo-queso dip with poblanos & tortilla chips 24

artichoke & spinach dip with crostini 26

starters

spicy chicken wings with blue cheese dressing (per dozen) 24

bbq brisket sliders (per dozen) 24

market vegetable crudités with buttermilk dressing sm/lg 25/39

platter of cured meat and artisanal salumi sm/lg 29/56

artisanal cheese with walnuts and dried fruits sm/lg 39/ 68

main courses

st louis style pork ribs with cole slaw, cornbread & bbq sauce 56 (serves 6)

cold cut mega-hero on sourdough baguette with provolone & peperoncini 48 (serves 6)

house-made sausages - chose from spicy italian, bratwurst & turkey kielbasa 6/link

grill-ready burgers with buns, lettuce, tomato & onion 10/per person

- add bacon, manchego, fontina, cheddar or avocado 1.50/each

signature sandwich platter

chef’s selection or choose from – the laurel canyon, the american in paris,

the pilgrim and the niçoise12/ per person

- add house-made sweet potato chips and pickles 2/per person

ficelle sandwich platter - chef’s selection or choose from chicken & avocado,

delicata squash & ricotta salata and chorizo & sopressata 8/ per person

sweets

cookie extravaganza (serves 8-10) 48

chocolate chip cookie – chewy or crispy 1.95/each

ginger date molasses 1.95/each

snickerdoodle 1.95/each

white-chocolate and cashew 1.95/each

oatmeal cookie 1.95/each

pastry platter (serves 8-10) 56

nutty peanut butter cookies 2.95/ each

caramel corn (serves 10) 19

peanut butter cups 1.50/ each

Orders must be placed 48 hours in advance. This includes all adjustments and cancellations. A credit card is required when placing your order. Please allow approximately 30 minutes for pick-up. Delivery is also available.

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