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King Harbor Brewing Co.
King Harbor Brewing Co. is celebrating its first anniversary on Saturday, April 11 from 2 to 6 p.m. Tickets are $50 and include eight 12-ounce pours and access to all beer tents, cask beers procured by Cask Ale L.A., a commemorative anniversary mug, photo booth, dunk tank and live music. All ticket holders will also receive a bottle of King Harbor Brewing Co. Anniversary Ale, an imperial brown ale brewed with graham crackers and aged in Corsair whiskey barrels. For tickets, visit www.eventbrite.com, or the brewing company’s tasting room at 2907 182 St., Redondo Beach. (310)542-8657.
Free Sprinkles Cupcakes
Founded 10 years ago in Beverly Hills by Candace and Charles Nelson, Sprinkles is often credited for creating the cupcake craze. Sprinkles is celebrating its 10th anniversary on Monday, April 13 by giving a free cupcake to every customer. Beverly Hills Mayor, Dr. Julian Gold, will join the Nelsons for a special ceremony at the Beverly Hills bakery on April 13 at 10 a.m. Additionally, Sprinkles is debuting the Sprinkle, a birthday cake loaded with rainbow sprinkles. To ring in the festivities, a meet and greet will be held with Candace Nelson on April 13 from 4 to 5 p.m. at Sprinkles’ location at The Grove. Sprinkles has 19 locations worldwide, and has sold more than 25 million red velvet cupcakes to date. The company plans to launch 10 new flavors in 2015. 9635 S. Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills, (310)274-8765; 189 The Grove Drive, (323)931-4498.
Harlowe Tax Day Specials
Two things in life are certain, taxes and Tax Day specials at the 1933 Group’s bar Harlowe. Guests can celebrate Tax Day on Wednesday, April 15 from 5 to 9 p.m. with select $1 cocktails including the Old Fashioned made with Old Forester bourbon, demerara, bitters and orange oils. The cool and sophisticated bar offers classic cocktails on tap and small bites by chef Eric Greenspan. 7321 Santa Monica Blvd. (323)876-5839.
The Detour Bistro Bar
The detour Bistro Bar is inviting guests to an extended Tax Day happy hour on Wednesday, April 15 from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. as an incentive to finish their taxes early and celebrate with specials. Diners can enjoy shrimp tacos, grilled chicken skewers, watermelon salads and Philly steak flatbreads. The dishes can be paired with classic cocktails, beer and wine. 12473 W. Washington Blvd. in Culver City. (424)289-8191.
Executive chef Kris Morningstar of Terrine will offer three to four rotating “pork-lovers plates” every Monday night during the restaurant’s new weekly dinner series, “Pig & Co.”. Known for his rustic, housemade charcuteries and meat-centric pièces de résistance, Morningstar’s menu will range from $10 to 25 per dish. Guests can enjoy platters of suckling pig, pork sausages, Tomahawk pork chops and pig ear salad. Head bartender Ryan Wainwright is also offering a special Redbreast cocktail highlighting the single pot still Irish whiskey. Neat pours of Redbreast’s 12 Cask Strength and 21 Year Old are also available. Dinner is served from 5:30 to 11 p.m. 8265 Beverly Blvd. (323)746-5130.
Mastro’s New Brunch
Mastro’s on the Malibu coast is offering a new brunch menu on the beach. Entrées include Maine lobster Benedict, lox and bagels and egg white omelets that can be paired with thick cut Nueske’s bacon and artisan pastry baskets by Farmshop. Cocktails include peach bellinis and sparkling sunrises, as well as Mastro’s basil Mary and bloody Maria. Brunch is offered from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Mastro’s opens for dinner at 5 p.m. 18412 Pacific Coast Hwy. (310)454-4357.
Café Gratitude Opens Downtown
The plant-based culinary scene in Los Angeles continues to heat up with the new Café Gratitude located downtown in the Arts District. Executive chef Dreux Ellis has debuted dinner-specific dishes that reflect the all-organic restaurant’s commitment to responsible sourcing and dining by the seasons. The menu items will also be available at Café Gratitude’s restaurants in Larchmont Village and Venice. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily at all three locations, as well as fresh pressed organic juices. The restaurants also offer a chef-curated cleanse program, and a new three-course prix fixe chef’s tasting menu. Organic wine and beer is available. 300 S. Santa Fe Ave., Ste. A, downtown, (213)929-5580; 639 N. Larchmont Blvd., (323)580-6383; 512 Rose Ave., Venice, (424)231-8000.
Bettolino Italian Kitchen
Bettolino Italian Kitchen’s brother-sister duo Vince Giuliano and Andreanna Giuliano Liguore, and her husband Sean Liguore, are bringing authentic Italian food to the South Bay, courtesy of executive chef Fabio Ugoletti. An award-winning Michelin Star chef from Florence, Italy, Ugoletti moved to Los Angeles to help open Bettolino. He brought his award-winning techniques to the menu, which features authentic homemade pastas including lasagnetta, ravioli del plin with chicken and melenzane with oven baked eggplant. 211 Palos Verdes Blvd. (310)375-0500.
Tipple & Brine
Executive chef Marc Johnson of Tipple & Brine is shaking up the local food scene with craft cocktails and oysters, and other fresh and sustainable seafood. Johnson’s new menu consists of five categories: oysters, veggies, sea, land and dessert. Tipple & Brine is open Sunday through Wednesday from 4:30 p.m. to midnight, and Thursday through Saturday from 4:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. 14633 Ventura Blvd. (818)528-2550.
Free Pretzel at Rock & Brews
In celebration of National Soft Pretzel month, guests can receive an authentic Bavarian pretzel at Rock & Brews when they purchase a flight of select draft beers. Limit one free pretzel per person, per visit with flight purchase. To redeem offer, guests must mention the promotion when ordering, and it cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. 143 Main St. (310)615-9890.
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