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Monday, April 27

dineL.A. Happy Hour Week


5:00pm to 11:00pm

The Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board and dineL.A. are proud to present the first-ever dineL.A. Happy Hour Week! You can enjoy 5 DAYS OF HAPPY starting Monday, April 27 - Friday, May 1, 2015.

L.A.'s hottest restaurants and bars, including many that don’t currently offer a happy hour menu, will be showcasing their latest and greatest bar bites and drinks. For the night owls, there are late night happy hours to check out as well. Reservations are not necessary. Be sure to mark your calendars and get ready to celebrate 5 days of happy!

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Faith & Flower Wine Dinner - “Backyard BBQ” + Herman Story of Desparada

Faith & Flower

705 W. 9th Street, Los Angeles, CA


Each month, Faith & Flower will feature a different winemaker who will be collaborating closely with Hung and Hooper to create an exclusive pairing menu, available for one night only.  The pairings will feature new releases as well as rare and hard to find varietals, matched with innovative and seasonal off-menu dishes from Michael Hung.  The organic and intimately collaborative process between Hung, Hooper and the winemaker also means that many of the pairings will be decided by all three experts in the days leading up to the dinner, thus ensuring the optimal experience for the guest.

The dinners will be held in Faith & Flower’s private dining room, giving attendees intimate one-on-one access with the guest vintners..”

Dishes will include: Cheddar and Scallion Biscuits; Whole Mesquite-Grilled Branzino; Braised Short Rib, Strawberry Shortcake with black pepper gastrique

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Tuesday, April 28

Wednesday, April 29

Thursday, April 30

Writing Our Future: Readings from Graduate Writing Programs of the Southland

Los Angeles Central Library, Mark Taper Auditorium

630 W. 5th St., Los Angeles, CA


Our second annual gathering unites students from five Southland graduate writing programs—CalArts, Otis College, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, and USC—to share recent work and tune our ears to the future of language. What are the ideas, forms, questions, syntaxes, images, and narratives of our immediate future? Who better as our compass in the wilds of the now than emerging writers? See website for updates on names of selected student writers.

Reservations recommended. Please visit website for reservation/standby policies.

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