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Mardi Gras wine tasting
On Thursday, March 2, enjoy an evening of wine tasting at the Latino Theater Company starting at 5:30 p.m. There will be six wine stations, small appetizers and a silent auction table. This Mardi Gras-themed event features unconventional wines provided by Rabble Wine Company and live music by EV Trio. Food is courtesy of Don Francisco’s Coffee. Tickets are $25 for three tastings and $50 for six tastings. 514 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, (866)811-4111.
Stouts N Staches Brew Fest & Pig Roast
Support the Movember Foundation with the Stouts N Staches Brew Fest and Pig Roast at Clutch Venice on March 3 from 3 to 8 p.m. Participants can enjoy beer from local breweries such as Venice Duck, New Holland and Lagunitas, along with whiskey tastings. Bites are provided by the Gastro Garage and include a plate of barbecue with maple bourbon Brussels sprouts, poblano cheese grits, slaw and a dinner roll. Vegetarian and vegan options include a super grain and roasted root vegetable bowl. Bob Dylan tribute band Jack of Hearts and Johnny Marfa & the Lights will play tunes throughout the evening, and the Service & Supply Barbershop team will offer moustache and beard trimmings. The event will also feature a cigar rolling and mustache contest with giveaways. A portion of proceeds from the party will benefit men’s health issues through the Movember Foundation. Tickets are $15 for access to music, games and vendors. VIP tickets are $40 and include two drink tickets, food, whiskey tasting, live music, beard trims and more. Beer and wine are available for purchase. For tickets, visit bit.ly/2StJIyL. 427 Lincoln Blvd., Venice, (310)396-8749.
Heavvy’s pizza party
On March 3 from 9 to 11 p.m., enjoy an exclusive party at Jon and Vinny’s raising money and awareness for No Kid Hungry. This special event will be hosted by Quentin Esme Brown, George Ricciardelli and Jeff Danson aka Heavvy, and features dinner, wine and a silent auction. Tickets are $200 each. To purchase tickets, visit events.nokidhungry.org. 412 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles, (323)334-3369.
‘Pedal to Power Breakfast’
To help raise awareness around childhood hunger, No Kid Hungry will host a special breakfast-themed event on the Santa Monica Pier across from Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. on March 5 from noon to 8 p.m. The day aims to bring awareness during National School Breakfast Week. Attendees can pedal energy-generating bikes to light up oversized breakfast food inflatables, as well as participate in other games and giveaways. Celebrity chefs Brooke Williamson and Nick Roberts will be on hand, in addition to a DJ, photo booth and swag. Admission is free. 200 Santa Monica Pier.
Eataly’s fresh seafood menu
Enjoy a special seafood dinner on March 7 at 6 p.m. at Il Pesce Cucina at Eataly L.A. at the Westfield Century City. Michelin-starred chef Michael Cimarusti will prepare a special one-night-only dinner menu for $65 per person. The menu highlights fresh seafood with upscale Italian dishes. During the lunch hour, the restaurant provides a daily two-course menu of fresh seafood for $25. 10250 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, (213)310-8000, ext. 750.
Redbird’s whiskey and game dinner
On Thursday, March 7, at 7 p.m., Redbird is hosting a one-night-only dinner featuring several varieties of Pappy Van Winkle bourbon. Enjoy several courses prepared by chef Neal Fraser paired with rare whiskeys. Dishes include 20-day-aged Liberty duck, Sonoma squab, red-legged partridge, wild boar pastrami and Scottish hare. Tickets start at $250 per person and can be purchased at bit.ly/2EdE6Ua. 114 E. Second St., Los Angeles, (213)788-1191.
Yum Creamery at The Americana
A new sweet Thai frozen treat has come to Glendale. Yum Creamery offers made-to-order rolled ice cream in a wide array of flavors. The menu also delivers delicious fruit and milk teas, milkshakes, organic açaí bowls and smoothies. 889 Americana Way, (818)858-1994.
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