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Main Street USA in Disneyland has been transformed into a festive autumn/Halloween park with more than 300 pumpkins and a 16-foot-tall Mickey Jack-o’-lantern. Dress up, collect treats, and watch the newest firework show, Halloween Screams on Tuesdays and Fridays during the month of October. The park stays open later on these spooky nights. Tickets are $49, with advance purchase. Day of event prices are $54. Go to www.Disneyland.com/Party to buy tickets and for more information.
Visit Larchmont Grill during this week for a specially priced lunch at $22 and $34 for dinner. The three-course dinner menu offers a choice of lobster corn chowder, persimmon and hearts of butter lettuce salad, or a duck confit salad for your first course. Dinner entrées include a choice of coriander-encrusted lamb loin, a grilled arctic char, or a sweet potato mushroom risotto. For dessert, choose from strawberry banana cream pie, raspberry chocolate cake, or the cinnamon apple pie. 5750 Melrose Ave. (323)464-4277.
Win a Trip to the Islands
Now through October 17, guests who dine at Islands restaurant will receive a “thank you” scratch-off card good for delicious freebies up to a $75 value on your next visit. Guests can then enter to win a Grand Prize Hawaii trip good for five nights, round trip airfare and more. www.islandsrestaurants.com.
Farmer’s Market Menu
Campanile and The Tar Pit Executive chef/owner Mark Peel recently won the Quickfire dineLA challenge against other celebrity chefs with his winning Guinea Hen dish. Peel offers a three-course Wednesday Market meal for $25. Last week he prepared a chilled white gazpacho, kabobs of local snapper wrapped in collard greens with eggplant, onions, peppers and zucchini dirty rice, and fig ice cream sandwiches. Wines may be paired with each dish for an extra $15. 624 South La Brea, (323)938-1447. www.campanilerestaurant.com
Polo and Food Trucks
This Sunday at Will Rogers State Historic Park between noon to 4 p.m. is the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic Los Angeles. The event is free and open to the public. Watch celebrities play against some of the world’s famous polo players, while nibbling on sushi, fries, and ice cream from the Fishlips, Frysmith, Let’s Be Frank! and Coolhaus food trucks. 1501 Will Rogers State Park Road, Pacific Palisades.
Celebrate the Munich tradition of enjoying German food and beer while listening, singing and dancing to live Oompah music on October 8-10 at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica. Visit their website to get $5 off an admission ticket on Friday or enjoy a 2-for-1 or 50% off the ticket price on Sunday, go to www.socaloktoberfest.com/specials. 3021 Airport Avenue, (310)390-9071.
Celebration of Harvest
This weekend is the 20th annual Santa Barbara County harvest festival on Saturday, October 9 from 1-4 p.m. at Rancho Sisquoc Winery in Santa Maria. There will be over 100 local wineries, dozen of food booths, and live music. Tickets are $65 and $75 at the door. Call (805)688-0881 or go to www.sbcountywines.com
While in Santa Barbara stay one night at the Hotel Oceana. Located across from the beach and pier, this charming resort offers two pools, continental breakfast and the use of cruiser bikes. (800)965-9776, 202 W. Cabrillo, Ave, Santa Barbara.
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