LA's best sub-$10 eats
Here's a quick-hit list from LAist, chronicling some of the city's (many) best sub-$10 meal options. Eggslut makes the cut, as does Hoy-Ka Thai Noodle, Rice Bar, and Top Round.
Endorffeine gets the LA Downtowner treatment
Jack Benchakul's genre-busting coffee shop inside the Far East Plaza gets a little love from relatively new print publication LA Downtowner. In the piece, the sleek shop gets lauded for its minimalist design, and (of course) its world-class coffee.
Jon & Vinny & Madcapra make three
The chef duo is teaming up with Madcapra (and their own chef duo) at Grand Central Market for another guest chef night in their ongoing Friends of Falafel series. Shook and Dotolo gave the Madcapra team a place to pop-up at when first landing in L.A., so now it seems only fitting that they would repay the favor by letting the Mecs party at their digs inside GCM all day on Saturday.
Playa Provisions is having a snow day
Yep, a real snow day, using (presumably) fake snow. It's going down Saturday, December 19 and will cost
just $5 for adults, because the kids are free a few bucks for kids and adults alike. You'll need to pay for food and drink while you're hanging out (limited menu below), but still.
Free pizza in Glendale next week
DIY pizzamaking chain PizzaRev is opening up in Glendale, and to celebrate the occasion they plan on giving away full pies on Sunday, December 20. Their grand opening, however, is actually on Thursday, December 17, when they’ll be hosting a benefit called Pizzas with Purpose, aimed at combating homelessness. You can also register here to try to win free pizza for a year, if you’re so inclined.
See's Candy reopens in Century City
Toddrickallen notes that See's Candy has returned to life in Century City. Their original location fell at the hands of mall redevelopment, though their new outlet isn't far away — and is up and running in time for Christmas.
Some serious smoking in La Quinta
Head out to the desert on Saturday if you’d like your fill of smoked meat, as some of the best competition barbecuers will be doling out plates at the fourth annual King of the Smoker at La Quinta Resort & Club. There’s a full $50,000 in purse money for the teams competing, while $20 tickets get general admission access to loads of the leftovers.