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What better way to celebrate National Pi Day on March 14 than with a slice of pie. Executive Chef Govind Armstrong whips up his signature sweet potato -chocolate pie that plays with the classic combination of sweet and savory, served with a maple pecan topping and cinnamon whipped cream. 3767 Santa Rosalia Dr. (323)299-5599.
Executive Chef Jose Melendez suggests ending your meal with a slice of deep-fried pecan pie for National Pi day. The dessert features two donut-sized hand pies covered with whiskey caramel sauce and served with vanilla ice cream. 9200 W. Sunset Blvd #650 (310)278-2050
Rustic Canyon Wine Bar & Kitchen
The farm-to-table neighborhood restaurant offers seasonal, market-driven fare from Executive Chef Jeremy Fox and Pastry Chef Laurel Almerinda. She’s baking up banana caramel cream pies, chocolate pies, strawberry rhubarb crumble pies, and blueberry crostata. Celebrate National Pi day with a bite from one of these luscious treats. 1119 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica (310)393-7050.
CAFE del REY
The fan favorite on the dessert menu is Pastry Chef Tonye Dunn maple berry pie with a maple berry filling and spiced streusel topping. It’s served with brown sugar ice cream. Chef Dunn’s pie crust recipe is a classic flaky, thick pie crust, and uses a variety of berries in her recipe including huckleberries, gooseberries, and blackberries. 4451 Admiralty Way (310)823-6395.
Pastry Chef Shiho Yoshikawa makes ice cream pies that include a small S’mores pie with homemade graham cracker crust, chocolate ice cream, and homemade fresh marshmallows. She also makes a popular large salted caramel pie with homemade chocolate crust, salted caramel ice cream, and topped off with whipped milk. The banana pie has a homemade chocolate crust, seasonal banana ice cream, and topped off with milk. 225 26th St #51, (310)260-2663 and 7565 Beverly Blvd. (310)260-2663
Pitfire Artisan Pizza
If you don’t have a sweet tooth, you can still celebrate National Pi Day with one of Pitfire’s most famous signature pizzas, the Burrata Pie. It’s topped with housemade burrata cheese, wild arugula, caramelized onion, hazelnuts, and a pesto drizzle. 801 N. Fairfax Ave. #101 (323)544-6240.
On March 14 celebrate 3.14 day at Blaze Pizza which is offering all custom-made whole pizzas for $3.14 all day on March 14. Blaze is coming soon to the original Farmers Market. Pizzasmiths help guests create a custom pizza with any number of 40 fresh toppings, in an assembly-line format. The pizzas are cooked in an 800-degree open-flame oven and are ready in less than 3 minutes. 4114 Sepulveda Blvd. (310)398-1200.
Spring is in the air for a culinary class on March 15 with Executive Chef Andreas Nieto and Chef de Cuisine Jeffrey Williams. Learn how to make a grilled Pacific shrimp panzanella salad with pan-seared Colorado rack of lamb and finish with Grand Marnier white and dark chocolate truffles. The class starts at 1 p.m. Prepare your meal and sit at the Chef’s Table for lunch and a wine tasting. The class is for participants 21 and over at $55 per person and includes validated parking. RSVP to Claudia.Lambaren@westinbonaventure.com 404 S. Figueroa St.
Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day throughout the entire weekend from March 14 through the 17. Drink Four Season’s green beer or $4 Guinness while nibbling on Executive Chef Alex La Motte’s “Get Lucky” menu of Irish Pub Favorites including the “Lucky” Jalapeño Buffalo Wings and Cheddar Guinness Poutine. The hotel also invites guests to try their luck with the “Luck o’ the Draw” chance to win an overnight stay. Guests who order any item off the “Get Lucky” menu will be entered for a chance to win. If a guest uploads a photo of a “Get Lucky” dish to Instagram with the hashtag #FSLucky, they will also be entered to win. 2 Dole Dr. (818)575-3000.
Rock & Reilly’s Block Party
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday, March 15 at Rock & Reilly’s Block Party with 12 bars and more than 100 kegs, carnival games, raffles, free photo booth and DJs spinning all day and night. There will be food trucks that include The Grilled Cheese Truck and Dough Pizzeria & Bar. This year, a portion of the proceeds go to The House of Blues Foundation and their dedicated efforts to building the future of music. Advance tickets are $15 or $20 at the door. Buy tickets at http://bit.ly/Reillys. First time Uber users use code “blockparty” for $20 off. 8911 Sunset Blvd. (310)360-1400.
St. Patrick’s Day at 33 Tap
The neighborhood sports bar with the same ownership as David Myers Group, located on the corner of Hollywood & Vine is launching a new happy hour on America’s favorite drinking holiday March 17 with $3 pints. It’s valid on all 33 of our beers on draft. Appetizers are $5, as well as, wines and well cocktails. They offer $5 anytime valet at the lot across on Vine Street. It’s the cheapest in the neighborhood. The dinner and lunch menu includes items like beer and buttermilk-battered fried chicken served with mashed potatoes and corn on the cob and Thai firecracker wings. 6263 Hollywood Blvd. (323)962-1400.
Get Lucky all weekend at the three-day Irish Party at Tam O’Shanter, a member of the Lawry’s family of restaurants and one of the oldest restaurants in Los Angeles. On Saturday, March 15 and Sunday, March 16 and on St. Patrick’s Day morning, the Tam O’Shanter will host a special Irish-themed “Kegs & Eggs” brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The brunch will feature bangers & mash, signature corned beef hash, themed salads, and many other delicious and unique creations. It will be the perfect pre-party to get everyone in the mood for St. Patty’s Day. On March 17 the fabled restaurant will offer festive music, food, and a libation-filled weekend. It will be one of the biggest Irish celebrations in Los Angeles. A tent will feature corned beef sandwiches, roast beef platters, and a wide assortment of sweet and Irish-themed treats, including sugar shamrock cookies and Bailey’s cupcakes. Drink some green beer, or choose from the restaurant’s world-class selection of scotch. Each guest will be given a light-up shamrock necklace to show spirit. The Guinness and Jameson Girls will also be on hand, adding to the festive spirit. 2980 Los Feliz Blvd. (323)664-0228.
Taste of Solvang
Today through Sunday, March 16 enjoy the festivities in Solvang Village with a Sweets & Swing event featuring a dozen or more different confections accompanied by local wines and beverages. Attendees also will be treated to live jazz & vocals performed by The Tipsy Gypsies. The Grand Tasting is on March 15 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. featuring 40 stops around the village featuring bites of Danish and American cuisine. In the evening is a Wine & Beer Tasting walk with a souvenir Taste of Solvang glass. A farm-to-fork dinner at Buttonwood Farms & Winery in the barrel room will be prepared by Chef Budi Kazali of The Ballard Inn. On March 16 is a Wine & Beer Tasting Walk at the downtown tasting rooms with 12 stops. Tickets are available at www.TasteofSolvang.org or call (805)693-8084.
March Madness Happy Hour
Make Downtown Culver City your March Madness viewing destination March 19, 5-9:00 p.m. It’s a slam dunk of specials, samples and savings. Watch the games in viewing destinations like Rocco’s, Rush, City Tavern, Wildcraft and Seventy7 Lounge and join in on the fun. Ride the Expo Line Culver City Station. Parking is free in municipal structures for up to two hours, or valet parking is available at four convenient downtown locations. www.downtownculvercity.com
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