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Diner Staple Norms Is Doing a 70-Cent Pancake Breakfast Deal This Month

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Plus lots of beer news, and the Zoë Food Party pitas available at night

The Googie architecture of a Norm’s diner sign.
Norm’s on La Cienega
Wonho Frank Lee

Deals for all

Pancake fans can party with Los Angeles diner icon Norms soon enough, as the classic chain celebrates its upcoming anniversary with a 70-cent breakfast deal blowout. Per TimeOut, the Bellflower-based company will offer sub-$1 breakfasts at all locations on Wednesday, October 23; each plate will have two eggs (available any style), bacon or sausage, and pancakes of course. The deal is only available between 6 a.m. and 9 a.m., though, so plan accordingly.

Neighborhood eats

West Hollywood’s Eat and Drink Week runs October 18 to 27, and features some of the city’s biggest restaurant names. That includes spots from Blackship and Employees Only to EP & LP, Connie & Ted’s, La Boheme, and the new Lowell Cafe cannabis spot.

Moving the party

The Zoë Food Party is going on the road this weekend. The Wednesday breakfast pop-up behind Collage Coffee will take up evening hours on Saturday at General Lee’s in Chinatown, starting at 6 p.m.

Beer news

Simmzy’s has launched a new beer club out of its Burbank location. The membership allows fans of the house-brewed beer to get an extra-large pour every time they come in, as well as merch and limited edition releases, among other fun details.

And more reasons to drink

Speaking of Beer, there’s a big beer garden party happening at the InterContinental in Beverly Hills on October 13. Expect the $60 per-person party to feature live music and unlimited beer and food in the afternoon out in the garden.

The San Gabriel scene

Meanwhile, EST Prime Steakhouse in San Gabriel is throwing a Hennessy XO pairing dinner on Saturday, October 12. It’s a spendy affair at $200 per person, but expect cocktails and five courses of steakhouse decadence for that kind of cash.

More food TV

Curtis Stone’s new PBS show Field Trip with Curtis Stone is running all fall long, and takes a look at the popular Australian chef’s rotating menu (inspired by various regions of the world) at Maude. The first episode airs on Monday, October 7, and future episodes span the globe, including Stone taking to the Central Coast to talk cheese in San Luis Obispo and to shuck oysters in Morro Bay. The first PBS SoCal episode airs locally at 7:30 p.m.

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