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Lawry’s The Prime Rib’s dineL.A. menu
Today, Jan. 24, and tomorrow, Jan. 25, enjoy a $59 three-course feast that includes the famous original spinning bowl salad, and a choice of roasted prime rib and broiled Nova Scotia lobster tail or Scottish salmon with lobster tail and mashed potatoes. Side options include creamed corn, creamed spinach or seasonal vegetables. Finish with a choice of three different dineL.A. desserts. Dinner service begins at 4:30 p.m. 100 N. La Cienega Blvd., Beverly Hills, (310)652-2827.
Lunar New Year in Beverly Hills
Come to the historic Saban Theatre on Jan. 26 for a celebration featuring 14 traditional Chinese performances. In addition to the variety show, there is a “Jing-Jin-Ji” photo exhibition on display in the lobby. Tickets are $10 each, plus Ticketmaster fees. For tickets, visit lovebeverlyhills.com/pig. 8440 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, (800)745-3000.
Lucques’ Sunday Supper series
On Sunday, Jan. 27, Lucques will host a supper in honor of the Scottish poet Robert Burns and his birthday. Take a culinary trip to the Highlands with Suzanne Goin’s versions of Scottish classics. Expect a whiskey flight and a hand-crafted cocktail. Menu items include Scottish salmon with marinated beets, watercress and caper vinaigrette or duck “haggis” with Mark’s turnips, potato purée and Barbara’s greens. Desserts include The Three Chimneys’ hot marmalade pudding with Scotch custard. The Robert Burns Sunday Supper is priced at $52 per guest. Supplemental wine pairings by Caroline Styne are available for $35. 8474 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood, (323)655-6277.
Free Beyond Sausage at Dog Haus
On Monday, Jan. 28, Dog Haus will give away free Beyond Meat sausages. To celebrate its new plant-based menu, Dog Haus will offer its first 50 customers a choice of two gourmet sausage variations to enjoy for free. The Beyond Brat has sauerkraut, caramelized onions and spicy brown mustard, and the Sooo Veggie with Beyond Sausage Hot Italian has avocado, arugula, tomato, crispy onions and spicy basil aioli. These items will be available at all Dog Haus locations nationwide. 4929 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, (818)505-1033. 93 E. Green St., Pasadena, (626)683-0808.
Wood & Vine welcomes ‘Hello, Dolly!’
It’s Hollywood Locals Neighborhood Night at Wood & Vine on Tuesday, Jan. 29, starting at 6:30 p.m. The Pantages Theatre’s pre-dinner venue welcomes Broadway legend Betty Buckley as she stars in the Tony Award-winning show “Hello, Dolly!” Theatergoers can come in before the show and present their tickets for a complimentary appetizer. Chef Richard Sipovic will offer his new burgers to enjoy before or after the show, along with a nightcap. 6280 Hollywood Blvd., (323)334-3360.
The Grill on the Alley’s birthday
Next Thursday, Jan. 31, celebrate The Grill on the Alley’s 35th anniversary. Its old-fashioned décor, white-jacketed servers and intimate booth seating makes the restaurant a popular location. Enjoy lunch favorites like the Cobb and Caesar salads, meatloaf, Lake Superior whitefish and oysters, lamb chops, and New York steak. Also explore the expansive wine and Champagne list. 9560 Dayton Way, Beverly Hills, (310)276-0615.
Los Feliz welcomes Atrium
The large-scale restaurant Atrium, headed by chef Hunter Pritchett, pastry chef Gregory Baumgartner, and restaurateurs Beau Laughlin and Jay Milliken, is now open in Los Feliz. Atrium offers indoor and outdoor space on Vermont Avenue, featuring a full tree growing inside, wood-beamed ceilings and plenty of exposed brick. The restaurant serves hand-crafted cocktails and a new American menu inspired by California-grown ingredients. 1816 N. Vermont Ave., (323)607-6944.
Badmaash opens on Fairfax
Celebrating their fifth anniversary in downtown Los Angeles, the Mahendro brothers and their father have opened the second location of Badmaash on Fairfax. The restaurant captures the flavors of modern Indian food with items such as Dad’s Famous Coconut Curry Mussels, butter chicken and chicken tikka masala. 418 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, (213)281-5185.
Fiona pie and bread shop
Pie maker Nicole Rucker and former Simbal chef Shawn Phawn have opened an all-day eatery on Fairfax Avenue. It’s open Tuesday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., and from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday and Monday. Dish highlights include chicken noodle miso soup, sweet potato pancakes, beef tartare and shaved mushroom salad. 339 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, (323)852-3210.
Jon & Vinny’s opens in Brentwood
Following the success of Jon & Vinny’s on Fairfax, the owners have added a second location to the Brentwood neighborhood. The new location features the same big plates of meatballs, Italian-style pasta and hand-tossed pizzas in a relaxing and modern diner. 412 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, (323)334-3369. 11938 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, (310)442-2733.
Openaire in Koreatown
Openaire is the newly opened rooftop atrium restaurant at the LINE Hotel in Koreatown led by Michelin-starred chef Josiah Citrin. The restaurant serves simple, California cuisine in a poolside oasis surrounded by greenery. The seasonal menu offers hotel guests and the public breakfast, lunch and dinner with land-and-sea sharable options. 3515 Wilshire Blvd., (213)368-3065.
Somni’s immersive tasting experience
Somni’s Spanish cuisine by chef José Andrés recently debuted at the remodeled SLS Beverly Hills Hotel. Menu items include shiso tempura, dry-aged striploin tartar, frozen coconut custard, potatoes confit in clarified butter and more. Tickets for this incredible dining occasion go on sale the first Monday of each month and must be purchased ahead of time to visit the space. A selection of wine pairings, as well as seasonal supplements, are extra. Prepaid reservation for parties of 1-10 are $250 per person. Select from two seatings Tuesday through Saturday at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. 465 S. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, (310)246-5543.
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