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DineLA at 1917 Wine Bar + Bistro
For the first time, The 1917 Wine Bar + Bistro is offering a three-course DineLA menu. Specials include Faroe Island salmon, Iberico pork chop and their creamy Aretsano pistachio gelato. The savory and sweet menu is $55 per person from April 28 to May 7. Make a reservation at DineLA or Tock. 737 Lamar St., (323)330-8700.
Agnes Restaurant & Cheesery classes
April 27 starting at 6 p.m., Agnes Restaurant & Cheesery in Old Town Pasadena is offering a fun, hands-on “Cheese + Beer, Wine and Cider” tasting class. Led by Vanessa Tilaka and Steve Jones, participants will taste different cheese styles, milk types and pairings. Jones is the author of “Cheese Beer Wine Cider: A Field Guide to 75 Perfect Pairings.” Each ticket will include a signed copy of his book. Tickets are available on Resy. Starting on April 28, enjoy a specialty cheese board during DineLA featuring a three-cheese selection including King’s Ransom cheese and a cow’s milk Wisconsin cheese from master cheesemaker Chris Roelli. DineLA guests will also receive a glass of wine or non-alcoholic spritz and a freshly baked cookie for $45. agnessla.com. 40 W. Green St., (626)389-3839.
Tea party at The Peninsula Beverly Hills
Every weekend on the Terrace at The Belvedere, The Peninsula Beverly Hills Tea Party will feature hand selected antique China and glassware, floral themed cocktails and an endless flow of bubbles from Laurent Perrier Brut, Rose or Blanc de Blanc. A selection of iced tea will be offered that include Pacific Coast Minto to French Lemon ginger and Egyptian Chamomile. Enjoy an array of delicious savories and tea sandwiches including house smoked salmon, lemon and caviar; English cucumber, mint, lemon and pumpernickel; or charred zucchini with asparagus, tomato and pesto. A DJ provides the party playlist, and pastries and scones served with lemon curd and homemade jam. The price is $95 per person. 9882 S. Santa Monica Blvd., (310)975-2736.
Dunkin’ Dodger’s Butter Pecan SwirlDunkin’ is the official coffee of the Los Angeles Dodgers and the ‘Dodgers Donut’ was just launched. Participating Dunkin’ locations throughout Los Angeles will offer a yeast ring donut frosted with vanilla icing and topped with blue sprinkles. Now through Aug. 15, rewards members can get a $1 “Dodgers Donut” or classic donut when ordering a medium or large coffee through the Dunkin’ app. The special is part of the “Dunkin’ Run,” a menu designed to celebrate the diehard fans who run on Dunkin’ every day. Also, Dunkin’ hot and iced coffee is available at stands located throughout Dodger Stadium. Fans can also look forward to a Dodgers pep rally on Monday, May 1, at the San Fernando Blvd., location from 8 to 10 a.m. Receive a free medium hot or iced coffee. Show your Dunkin’ Rewards App for the opportunity to enter a raffle to win two Los Angeles Dodgers tickets for the game against the Washington Nationals on Tuesday, May 30. Starting this week, Dunkin’ puts a fan-favorite butter pecan swirl with notes of butter roasted pecan and sweet cream on the menu permanently. Add a hot or iced coffee, espresso drink, cold brew, frozen coffee or frozen chocolate. dunkindonuts.com. 5970 W. Olympic Blvd., (323)879-9655, 321 San Fernando Blvd., (818) 562-7061and 6210 Hollywood Blvd., (323)536-9220.
Taste of Home Festival
On April 29, Sunset Las Palmas Studios in Hollywood is the venue for this year’s PATH’s Taste of Home from 3 to 7 p.m. The festival will have over 30 restaurants including Fanny’s, Madre, Ayara Thai, Chimmelier Korean Fried Chicken, Everytable, Gumbo Boys and Irv’s Burgers and Creamy Boys Ice Cream. Spirits and beverages include Dulce Vida Organic Tequila and Empress 1908 Gin. VIP admission tickets are $150, allowing guests to enter an hour early for a reception and tastes of all the food and beverages. General admission tickets are $95 for entrance to the festival starting 4 p.m., with opportunities to enjoy all the food, beverage and entertainment. There are no age requirements to attend, and guests under the age of 5 receive free admission. All alcohol drinking guests are required to wear a drink wristband and must show a valid California ID. Proceeds for this evening will go towards PATH’s supportive services, housing navigation, homelessness prevention, employment services, substance abuse services, mental health services, street outreach and interim housing. Buy tickets online at tasteofhomefest.org. 6650 Romaine St.
Waldorf Astoria Cinco de Mayo celebration
A collaborative Waldorf Astoria culinary event will take place on May 5 and 6 at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills. Chef Steve Benjamin, director of culinary at Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills will transport diners to the Mexican coast starting on Friday, May 5. Tastes of Mexico will be led by award- winning Waldorf Astoria chefs Los Cabos Pedregal’s executive chef, Gustavo Pinet and Bar Director David Hernandez. A savory four-course, family-style dinner farm-to-table is served with hand-crafted margaritas, signature cocktails and wine pairings. Revel in the sounds of a live Mariachi band during this special $175 dinner. Reservations through OpenTable go from 5:30 to 10 p.m. On Saturday, May 6, A Taste of Mexico will offer a special spirit tasting, hosted by Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal’s bar director, David Hernandez. Highlights include a variety of select tequila, mezcal and agave paired with seasonal flavors of Mexico bar bites. This event is $95 per person starting at 5:30 p.m. Also on Saturday, May 6, a signature TRAVESÍA Mexican culinary experience will be held. The evening features coastal fare and farm-to-table favorites during the six-course tasting and cocktail pairing at $245 per person starting at 7 p.m. 9850 Wilshire Blvd., (310)860-6666.
Coronation Weekend specials at The Cat & Fiddle
On Saturday and Sunday, May 6 and May 7, The Cat & Fiddle will host a Coronation Watch Party both days starting at noon with a proper afternoon tea. The menu includes a Coronation quiche, cake and champagne. Reservations are required for tea only. The full dining menu is available also. 742 North Highland Ave., (323)468-3800.
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