LAMILL Coffee pop-up dinners
LAMILL Coffee, known for its fried chicken and scallion-sage waffles, and maple espresso doughnuts and coffee, is offering a pop-up dinner series with San Francisco-based chef Bill Corbett. The special dinner series begins tonight, June 30, and will be held every Thursday and Friday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. It is Corbett’s first collaboration with a restaurant in Southern California. The chef’s four-course vegetarian tasting menu, which will vary weekly, includes an optional beverage pairing. The initial menu will include vadouvan French onion dip with fingerling potato chips, smoked corn soup with whipped crème fraiche and green coriander, and falafel. 1636 Silver Lake Blvd., (323)663-4441.
Custom ramen bowls at Nest WP24
WP24, Wolfgang Puck’s modern Asian restaurant on the 24th floor of The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles is offering ramen pop-ups tonight, June 30, as well as Aug. 4 and Aug. 25 from 5 to 9 p.m. Try Hokkaido style miso ramen with tender house-made noodles in a delicate broth. The dish takes three days to prepare and is served with sesame, scallion and bean sprouts, and finished with sweet summer corn. For an additional cost, guests can customize their bowls with chili marinated bamboo shoots, market vegetables and Santa Barbara spot prawns. 900 W. Olympic Blvd., (213)743-8824.
The Abbey Food & Bar
Celebrate Independence Day all weekend at The Abbey Food & Bar, where owner David Cooley is offering bucket specials. Order a Chandon bucket with four splits for $40, and beer buckets with five cans of Miller Lite for $20. Cooley is also partnering with Bottega Louie co-owner Kevin McKellar to open a second Bottega Louie restaurant, market and patisserie at 8936 Santa Monica Blvd. in 2017. McKellar lives in West Hollywood and has always wanted to open a Bottega Louie in the city. The menus will mirror those at the original downtown location offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch, along with beer, wine and cocktails. 692 N. Robertson Blvd., (310)289-8410.
The Cannibal Beer & Butcher in Culver City is offering special Fourth of July packages with meat, sausages, sauces and beer to help celebrate Independence Day. The Beer Can Chicken package serves four people and includes a whole Mary’s chicken, Lolo marinade and a six-pack of house beer for $35. The Burgers N’ Sausages package for $50 serves six people and includes six burgers with thousand island dressing and two kielbasa loops. For larger parties, the For Your Smoker package includes four pounds of brisket, four pounds of short ribs, two racks of baby back ribs and three large side dishes for $175, serving 10-12 people. Four beer packages are available from $15 to $25. Order by Friday, July 1 by calling (310)838-2783 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. 8850 Washington Blvd.
Little TART in Koreatown
Little TART in Koreatown is serving classic burgers and sausages with a traditional poutine side dish from Friday, July 1 through Monday, July 4. Diners can also enjoy traditional French fries with cheese curd and beef gravy for $7. Throughout the weekend, Little TART will serve Southland Beer, a Canadian beer available on tap, to enjoy with the poutine. 740 S. Western Ave. #116, (213)387-2300.
Pitchoun 4th of July
Pitchoun is offering fun holiday treats to show patriotic pride on Independence Day. Eclairs with a choice of chocolate or vanilla filling are available, as well as a box of three wines including American pinot noir, zinfandel and chardonnay. Boxes of 36 macarons shaped like American flags are also available. 545 S. Olive St., (213)689-3240.
Summer burger buffet on July 4
Celebrate Independence Day with live music, signature cocktails and a selection of beers from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Le Petit Paris. Executive chefs Baptiste Grellier and Jérémie Caze will grill burgers and will offer a fresh salad bar and desserts. Regular dinner service begins at 6 p.m. The buffet is $35 per person and $15 for children 10 and under. 18 S. Spring St., (213)217-4445.
InterContinental LA 4th of July Specials
Wear red, white and blue and enjoy fireworks from a private balcony on July 4 at the InterContinental LA. A special Independence Day package starts at $399 and includes a complimentary upgrade to a studio suite with a private balcony and views of the city. A concierge team will help guests coordinate where they want to watch fireworks and celebrate. Picnic baskets are available and include a blanket and pre-packed treats. At the hotel, The Copper lounge will mix two signature cocktails for the holiday. 2151 Avenue of the Stars, (310)284-6500.
Salt & Straw’s ice cream
Salt & Straw’s head ice cream maker Tyler Malek is using summer berries in his July ice cream series. Featured flavors include birthday cake and blackberries; strawberry with cilantro lime cheesecake; honey vinegar with raspberry fig cobbler; and Meyer lemon buttermilk with blueberries. The ice cream is available by the scoop or pint at the Larchmont Village, Abbot Kinney and Studio City locations until July 28. 240 N. Larchmont Blvd., (323)466-0485; 1357 Abbot Kinney Blvd., (310)310-8429; and 12180 ½ Ventura Blvd.; (818)358-2890, www.saltandstraw.com.
National Fried Chicken Day
On National Fried Chicken Day, Wednesday, July 6, Bellwether owner and chef Ted Hopson is offering Nashville hot chicken sandwiches piled high with fried chicken, pimento cheese and green tomato chow chow. Premium brews, wines and classic cocktails are offered to pair with the celebratory dish. 13251 Ventura Blvd., Ste. A, (818)285-8184.
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