Santa Monica Restaurant Week
In celebration of the California Restaurant Month, Santa Monica is throwing their annual restaurant week. This health-minded event selects a local and healthy food item to be the star of the show. 2018’s star is the fruity and savory, pomegranates. Each participating restaurant will feature pomegranates in each of their meals, including: salads, chicken dishes and beverages. For more info on the participating restaurants and their served items visit the restaurant week’s website.
Los Angeles Art Show
Combining diversity and art, Los Angeles continues to prove that it is the home of cultural art. Considered one of the most comprehensive art experiences is the LA Art Show. The 23rd event will showcase over 100 galleries at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Prices of the event range from $25-$250.
Bring on the food! Join other Angelos for a food lover’s paradise. The 15-day dining event will treat guests to a great selection of food. Over 300 restaurants will be prepping a special menu that ranges from $15-$95. more info on the participating restaurants and their served items visit the restaurant week’s website.
stARTup Art Fair
Independent artists and emerging talents are taking over Venice Beach. Exhibiting at The Kinney Hotel in Venice Beach, fifty-seven artists will transform hotel rooms to exhibition spaces in order to showcase their art work. Enjoy art signings, panelists, wine and an amazing menu by chef Eric Sauber. TIckets for the event ranges with general admission being $15 in advance and $20 at the door.
Uncorked: Los Angeles Wine Festival at Union Station
Fifty wineries and food trucks will be participating at the 3rd Annual Uncorked LA Wine Festival. Taking place at the Union Station, wine lovers will gather to listen to great music and taste many selections from Urban Press Winery, Oyster Bay and more. General admission for this event will cost $60 and this includes all of the wine tastings. Proceeds will benefit the Rose City Crystals.
SOCal Museum Free For-All
Angelos’ are developing an addiction to attending various museums. Los Angeles has to offer art, history, cultural, science and more in their famed exhibits. Imagine all of these experiences being free and able for all to attend.
To see participating museums visit the website below.
Stories of Almost Everyone
Adding to the development of art in Los Angeles, curator Aram Moshayedi and Ikechukwu Onyewuenyi developed the “Stories of Almost Everyone”. The exhibit seeks to address the value of oneself.Artists participating will feature Lutz Bacher, Jason Dodge and many more favorites. The exhibit will take place at the Hammer Museum .