LA Agenda Oct. 24-30
Fri. Oct. 25, 7-9 p.m.
The Market, Third Floor Dining Deck of Santa Monica Place, 395 Santa Monica Place, Santa Monica
Catch the last installment of this food series by the sea, and get beer, wine, and bites from local purveyors like Venokado, The Curious Palate, and Groundwork Coffee Company. There will also be a few pop-up boutiques and cooking demos, making it the perfect place to spend a Friday night with your friends.
Sat. Oct. 26, noon
Salt Air, 1616 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice
Want to get your fill of the best restaurants in LA all in one night? We’ve got the event for you! You’ll get to stop at restaurants like The Brig, Local 1205, and Barnyard in Venice. Or if you choose the night crawl, you’ll get downtown hotspots like Orsa & Winston, Bar Ama, and Perch.
Sun. Oct. 27, 7:30 a.m.
L.A. Live, Downtown
After your all day munch-fest, a rock ‘n’ roll half- or mini-marathon benefiting the ASPCA might be just the thing you need to work off those calories. Local bands will energize you as you run the course in your Halloween costume and head toward the party at the finish line. For a less intense experience, try the one-mile dog walk you can do with your furry friend!
Sun. Oct. 27, 8 a.m.
Leadbetter Beach, Santa Barbara
If you’re looking for great views, good company, and an awesome cause, spend the day up north participating in the this cycling event to fight diabetes. You can sign up now and join the ride, or pick a spot along the route and cheer on the athletes. Want to ride but not ready for the 67-mile trip? Try the eight-mile route and reward yourself with the post-ride barbecue party.
Sun. Oct 27, 3-6 p.m.
Lot 613, 613 Imperial St., Downtown
Spice lovers, rejoice! This weekend, LA plays host to the first and only Sriracha festival in the country. Big name chefs from local eateries like The Foundry, BLD, and Short Order will be cooking up steamy dishes featuring our favorite Asian hot sauce. And they’re topping it all off with Sriracha-filled cocktails! Yum!
Sun. Oct. 27, 6-8 p.m.
Urban Radish, 661 Imperial St., Downtown
Spots are filling up fast for this pop-up dinner by Israeli chef Einat Admony. Get your tickets ASAP and enjoy chicken with pomegranate and walnuts, tangy tabbouleh salad, and herbed meat kebabs with roasted pepper tahini. If you miss out on the dinner, you can always pick up her new cookbook, Balaboosta, and try to make the meal yourself!
xx, The FabFitFun LA Team