It's sunny out, which means one thing: sno-balls at the Deli at Little Dom's. Starting today, the Los Feliz deli will have the finely shaved ice treat in raspberry, blueberry, coconut cream and almond cream, with housemade syrups and fresh fruit for toppings.
Sure, it's Grilled Cheese Month, but apparently it's also Pretzel Month, which is a big deal at Tom Bergin's. Throughout the entire month get one of the famous soft pretzels paired with three seven-ounce beers for $9.
Congratulations. You made it through a long day of whiskey (maybe sometimes even colored green) yesterday, and now you're probably at work. The only thing that will make what is probably one of the longest days of your life easier -- hair of the dog.
Walter el Nagar's roving Barbershop Ristorante Italiano checked out of the new A.O.C. space for Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne to finally move in, but now he's landing back at the former A.O.C. space on West Third.
Now that all of the holiday parties are officially over, it's time for the Spare Room at the Roosevelt Hotel to get back to its tournament series. In addition to the bowling league, there are a series tournies in the gaming lounge.
Someone had to pick up the slack after Campanile closed and there was no longer grilled cheese Thursdays. Taste on Melrose has stepped up to the challenge, now serving a special grilled cheese menu every Tuesday.
The BevMo Holiday Beerfest happens at Golden Road Brewery Saturday. Forty five dollars gets you unlimited samples of holiday beers from from breweries like Ass Kisser, Big Hurt, Chimay, Hanger 24, Rogue, The Brewery, and more.
In Sandy Relief news, eat the yellowtail carpaccio and drink the Fusion Shot at Koi throughout the month, and 100 percent of the proceeds will go to the American Red Cross for Sandy response via the restaurant's charitable foundation, Just a Little.
The little Echo Park beer store that could is now open seven days a week. You can now sit and sip any number of craft brews at Sunset Beer Company on Monday nights, whether it's something seasonal and local from the tap or bottled from the retail side.
One of North Hollywood's newest, Bow & Truss, launched its new lunch menu last week. Now you can get mid-day Latin-inspired dishes like grilled sea bass tacos with carrot slaw and open-faced bocadillos with pulled chicken or cheesy jamon.
Suzanne Tracht welcomes fall with a menu of new dishes every Monday at Jar, each showcasing a single ingredient. Tonight it's all about duck -- duck sausage, roasted duck breast with pears and masala, and sticky toffee pudding (no duck).
No matter the income bracket, we all know a good deal is welcome to any pocketbook. If you're looking to save a buck or two, there are plenty of bargains across L.A., from late-night happy hours to free tacos, breakfast specials and prix fixe menus.
Kick off the week with Reisetbauer brandy and chef Bernhard Mairinger's Austrian cuisine at BierBeisl tonight. There's an eight-course menu with booze pairings, things like chicken liver mousse with rowanberry schnapps.