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Dom’s Burgers at The Grove
Afer hosting a successful Greater Wilshire Miracle Mile Chamber of Commerce luncheon last week, James Beard Award-winning chef Dominique Ansel, inventor of the Cronut, will transform his restaurant, 189 by Dominique Ansel, into Dom’s Burgers today and Friday, March 16, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Order one of four types of burgers including the signature ground chuck and short rib, tender ground lamb, crunchy fried chicken, and blackened sweet potato and quinoa burger. Burgers come with hand-cut, herbed french fries for $15. They also offer beer and freshly roasted nuts, homemade horchata, melon-mint and mango-passion fruit popsicles. Try all of the different flavors of just-baked cookies, plus choose from three types of lemonades, or make your own lemonade. The outdoor setting is complete with turf, lounges and picnic blankets. It’s walk-in friendly and no reservations needed. 189 The Grove Drive, Los Angeles, (323)602-0096.
Corned beef hash pizza at Baldoria
Join others in Little Tokyo to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day for a special corned beef hash pizza on Friday, March 16, and Saturday, March 17, for $8. Shots of Bushmills Irish whiskey are only $3. 243 S. San Pedro St., Los Angeles, (213)947-3329.
Brennan’s St. Patrick’s Day
On Saturday, the beloved Irish pub Brennan’s starts their party at 6 a.m., and will keep it going until 2 a.m. Enjoy green beer and food specials that include vegan and non-vegan Irish tots made with beer cheese, corned beef and pickled onion. There is also a corned beef sandwich and brats. Live music includes The Dueling Piano Guys, Git ‘er Done band, The Dair Band, Dinosaur Tooth and The Black Hips. No cover charge until noon. Guests must be at least 21 years old. 4089 Lincoln Blvd., Marina Del Rey, (310)821-6622.
Texas-style St. Pat’s at Horse Thief BBQ & Beer Garden
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Grand Central Market with executive chef Anthony Chin’s corned beef sandwich and side of smoked Brussels sprouts. Celebrate like the Irish with specials on Guinness. Open on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. 324 S. Hill St., Los Angeles, (213)625-0341.
St. Paddy’s party at the Tam O’Shanter
Starting at 11 a.m., join others at a special music tent area in the parking lot with festivities continuing throughout the day and night. Scheduled bands include Highland Park Ramblers, The Ploughboys and Whiskey Sunday. Sip green beer, enter raffles and meet the Guinness Girls. Admission to the music tent is $5. A special VIP ticket is $175 per person that includes exclusive seating limited up to 50 people on the new patio and a two-hour open buffet with the famous Lawry’s carving cart from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. VIP’s receive five drink tickets on the patio and in the entertainment tent, and three exclusive raffles. 2980 Los Feliz Blvd., (323)664-0228.
St. Patrick’s Day DTLA bar crawl
Join others at several downtown bars on March 17 starting at 11 a.m. Enjoy Guinness, Jameson, Irish car bombs, Irish mules and corned beef specials at all locations. No tickets necessary. Start at Sixth Street Tavern, then crawl to Library Bar, Beelman’s and finish at Spring Street Bar. Sixth Street Tavern, 630 W. Sixth St., (213)614-1900. Library Bar, 630 W. Sixth St., (213)614-0053. Beelman’s, 600 S. Spring St., (213)622-1022. Spring Street Bar, 626B S. Spring St., (213)622-5859.
St. Patrick’s Day at Tavern
On March 17, Tavern co-owner Suzanne Goin and chef de cuisine Amy Deaderick offer corned beef and cabbage, beer-battered fish and chips, and green velvet cake with a scoop of Guinness ice cream created by executive pastry chef Noubar Yessayan. Co-owner Caroline Styne recommends her favorite cocktail, Tavern on the Green, or a flight of the best Irish whiskey. The food and drink specials are available for lunch at 11 a.m. and dinner service begins at 5 p.m. Place your order today before 2 p.m. for take-out orders to pick up from Tavern and Tavern’s The Larder at Burton Way, and enjoy on St. Patrick’s Day. Email [email protected] or [email protected]. Tavern, 11648 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, (310)806-6460. The Larder at Burton Way, 8500 Burton Way, Los Angeles, (310)278-8060.
Live bagpipes at Brack Shop Tavern
Doors open at Brack Shop Tavern at 1 p.m. for a live bagpipe performance from 3 to 6 p.m. Enjoy $7 pints of Guinness, $5 green Budweiser, $10 Irish car bombs and $8 Jameson shots. Bar bites include corned beef sliders, and fish and chips. 525 W. Seventh St., Los Angeles, (213)232-8657.
MiniBar Hollywood’s ‘Crawl of Fame’
On March 17 starting at 3:30 p.m., MiniBar Hollywood is hosting a “Hollywood Crawl of Fame,” a St. Patrick’s Day parade and bar crawl throughout the area. Attendees will enjoy cocktail specials at seven of Hollywood’s finest bars with live Irish music and a party at the finish line. Participating venues include MiniBar Hollywood, Ever Bar, The Parker Room, Sassafras, Sunset & Vinyl, Lost Property Bar and The Three Clubs. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at bit.ly/2Hwh6zA. Tickets include a taste of three liqueurs and three whiskies (along with a brief education on each), a welcome cocktail at MiniBar Hollywood, drink specials along the parade route and after-party admission. 6141 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, (323)798-4939.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Birds & Bees
The 1950s-themed, mid-century modern cocktail bar features a special St. Patrick’s Day menu that includes the Celtic knot cocktail. This festive drink offers distinct flavors from Jameson, Oloroso sherry, honey syrup, lemon juice and crème de menthe for $13. It’s available on Saturday, March 17, from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. 207 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, (213)537-0510.
Prank up your St. Patrick’s Day
Enjoy bangers and mash or corned beef hash for $12. Prank Bar offers a Guinness and Irish-meets-Canadian whisky pairing for $9. 1100 S. Hope St., Los Angeles, (213)493-4786.
Vegan St. Patrick’s Day celebration
Burbank’s favorite Tony’s Darts Away is hosting a special St. Paddy’s celebration on Saturday, March 17. Enjoy freshly tapped Stalking Horse brews flowing all day, featuring Far & Away Irish red ale and Spawny Irish stout. Chef Crispy will make vegan-friendly Irish food specials. 1710 W. Magnolia Blvd., (818)253-1710.
St. Patrick’s Day at The Stalking Horse
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at a brewpub combining traditional Cornish fare with an onsite craft brewery in a British pub setting. On Saturday, March 17, enjoy $5 Stalking Horse pints all day. The brewpub’s very own Spawny Irish stout will be poured. Nosh on a special brunch with corned beef hash or a corned beef roast to honor the Irish holiday. 10543 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, (424)832-7511.
The ultimate St. Patrick’s Day sweet treat
Celebrate the luck of the Irish at The Dolly Llama in downtown Los Angeles with their green bubble waffle available throughout the weekend of March 17. The crispy and doughy waffle cone is topped with green tea ice cream, Pocky matcha sticks, Lucky Charms cereal, toasted marshmallow, cotton candy, and a drizzle of milk chocolate and pearl candy beads. Order additional signature items such as The Dolly Llama shakes, waffle sticks and hot chocolate. 611 S. Spring St., (213)283-8615.
Hotel Bel-Air’s taste of Los Angeles
On March 18, the front lawn of the Hotel Bel-Air will host a lively farmers market with local suppliers Coleman Farms, Weiser Farms, Sonoma Liberty Farms and Bohemian Creamery showcasing their fresh produce and specialty food items. Stroll between the stands from 9 a.m. to noon to try and purchase fresh pasta and homemade bread. Sip a mimosa from the Bel-Air’s pop-up bar. In the evening the celebration continues with a private dinner at Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air. Enjoy a fresh and seasonal menu by executive chef Hugo Bolanos prepared in collaboration with local suppliers at $125 per person. 701 Stone Canyon Road, Los Angeles, (310)909-1644.
Meet the ‘Aladdin’ cast
Come join the cast of the Hollywood Pantages’ “Aladdin” at Upstairs At Vitello’s Supper Club for the benefit concert “Arabian Nights” on March 19. Besides singing some of their favorite songs, the cast will share some behind-the-scenes stories about their adventures performing the beloved Disney musical. Guests have the opportunity to bid on exclusive items with all proceeds benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fight Aids and The Actors Fund. General admission tickets are $40, and there is a $20 food and beverage minimum. Buy tickets at bit.ly/2Gpn31Z. 4349 Tujunga Ave., Studio City, (818)769-0905.
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