Weekend Events: June 14-16

The weekend is finally here and so is our list of the best things to do throughout L.A.! While there’s plenty of binge-worthy shows on your streaming apps, why not press pause for some city fun? Check out our round-up below of activities to enjoy whether it’s just you or the whole family! And be sure to read our Out and About: Father’s Day Edition for all the fun things to do with dad this weekend!!

Discover your inner Angeleno!!

Friday, June 14
K-Town Night Market

Location: Koreatown

For the 5th year in a row, the KTOWN Night Market is returning to Koreatown June 14-15. Enjoy a weekend of live music performances, delicious food offerings and trendy Korean-beauty shopping.

Click here for more info.

Shakespeare By The Sea

Location: Point Fermin Park, San Pedro

Shakespeare By The Sea will once again offer a ten-week program of admission-free performances. The event will feature two productions: The Comedy of Errors and Henry V at a variety of venues across Los Angeles. Kicking off the series is The Comedy of Errors at Point Fermin Park in San Pedro at 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.

Click here for more info.

Hollywood Fringe Festival

Location: Various venues, Hollywood

Over three dozen venues such as 2nd Stage, Hudson Theatres, The Broadwater and the Underground Annex Theater host comedy, ensemble theatre, dance and immersive performances during the annual Hollywood Fringe Festival taking place June 13-30.

Click here for more info.

Saturday, June 15

Location: Skylight Row, DTLA

Bill Esparaza, the James Beard award-winning author and taco expert who formerly curated LA Weekly’s Tacolandia, is back with a brand new all-you-can-eat taco festival of his own: Taqueando.  The list of participants includes Amor y Tacos, B.S. Taqueria , Carnitas El Momo, Guerrilla Tacos, Tacos Kokopelli (Tijuana), and MORE!

Click here for more info.

Bread Festival

Location: Grand Central Market, DTLA

Grand Central Market’s annual Bread Festival returns for a day of celebrating SoCal’s artisanal bread movement. The event is free and open to the public showcasing local bread bakers, as well as bread workshops and demonstrations.

Click here for more info.

Petersen Automotive Museum Block Party

Location: Petersen Automotive Musem, Los Angeles

Peterson Automotive Museum is hosting a family-friendly block party this Saturday to celebrate the museum’s 25th anniversary. Activities include exclusive Petersen vehicle display, historical video projection, live music by KCRW DJ, Anthony Valadez, and more.

Click here for more info

Sunday, June 16
KCRW’s World Festival

Location: Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood

Chromeo, Toro y Moi, Noname and Ian Isiah will take the stage of the Hollywood Bowl when KCRW’s World Festival returns for the 21st year at the popular outdoor concert venue.

Click here for more info.

Bloomsday 2019

Location: The Hammer Museum, Westwood

The Hammer will honor James Joyce by hosting Bloomsday 2019. The event features a dramatic reading by veteran actors Síle Bermingham, James Gallo, James Lancaster, John Lee, Johnny O’Callaghan, and Sonya Macari. Guinness and live music by Rattle the Knee will keep the party going in the courtyard.

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DAD: A Paternal Immersive Experience

Location: SJU Theatre Group, NoHo

Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre Group will take participants through the trials and tribulations of being a DAD raising a child. In this immersive-theater production the audience will interact with a wild cast of coming-of-age characters. The show is directed by Brandon Slezak and produced by Zombie Joe. Running Sundays and Mondays through July 1.

Click here for more info.


DIY Gifts For Dad

Sometimes the best gift to get Dad is the old-fashioned DIY kind. While we aren’t talking about Macaroni necklaces and hand print paintings (although those were simpler times), this selection of gifts made by Y.O.U. is the perfect wallet safe alternative. So break out your crafting tools and get creative with our list of the best DIY Gifts for Dad this Father’s Day!

DIY Candy Dispenser

Does Dad have a sweet tooth? Let him satisfy his cravings with this nifty DIY candy dispenser (you can even pick and choose from his favorite candies to “personalize” it further).

Get the tutorial at The House of Wood.

DIY Paintable Wooden Mason Jars



These paintable wooden mason jars can be customized however you please. The best part: They’re crazy affordable, but way more meaningful than a typical card.

Customizable Father’s Day ‘Coupons’


These printable Father’s Day coupons are not only completely customizable; they’re also perfect for a last-minute gift that doesn’t feel last-minute in the slightest. Simply personalize, print, punch a few holes, then tie the bunch together with a ribbon and call it a day.

Beer Bouquet

Dad might not care for a dozen roses—but he’ll definitely love this super simple present.

Get the tutorial at Unoriginal Mom.

Dad’s Stache Jar

This blogger offers a fun free printable for her cute craft.

Get the tutorial at Alice Wingerden.

Hand-Stamped Handkerchief

Dad will feel oh-so-dapper in a handkerchief made just for him.

Get the tutorial at Paper and Stitch.

Bottle Cap Fishing Lures

Dad will be reel-y thrilled to receive these homemade lures.

Get the tutorial at 2 Little Hooligans.


Golf Headcover

A cool retro headcover will have Dad as excited as ever to hit the links come springtime.

Get the tutorial at Positively Splendid.


Monogrammed Leather Dopp Kit

If your father is a frequent flier, he will definitely get good use out of this toiletry bag.

Get the tutorial at Polkadot Chair.


Grill Scraper

Not only does this DIY scraper look neat, but it’s also a safer cleaning option than a brush since grill brushes can leave behind bristles that can be ingested and cause health problems.

Get the tutorial at The Art of Doing Stuff.


Bye Bye Clutter: Home Organizational Tips

With Marie Kondo’s philosophy of “sparking joy” and the jump into summer, the time to cut clutter is ever present. “Clutter-free” are the two most beautiful words in the English language. Why not try these tips to help you tackle the mess? Spruce up your living space — one room at a time!

The Living Room

Start off in the living room, to get a clear-eyed view of your clutter and how it impacts your everyday life.

  • Consolidate all of your electronics in one custom cabinet and use linen panels to conceal the television when it’s not in use.

LA Eats: Top Michelin Rated

The Michelin Guide has returned to L.A.! After almost a decade long hiatus from the city of stars, the premier list of fine dining by the worlds leading cuisine connoisseurs was unveiled this month. While Los Angeles did not snag any 3-Star accolades, it did rank in 2 and 1-star ratings. For those not familiar with the Michelin Guide ranking system, the list, that originated in Europe is what fine dining establishments view as a career milestone. Even 1-star is considered winning an Oscar to well-established chefs. So treat yourself this week to what the Michelin Guide considers the best restaurants throughout L.A!

One Star

Bistro Na’s






Le Comptoir


Mori Sushi

Nozawa Bar

Orsa & Winston

Osteria Mozza

Rustic Canyon

Q Sushi


Shin Sushi


Taco Maria

Trois Mec

Two Stars




Sushi Ginza Onodera



Rodeo Realty’s Father and Son Duos

Here at Rodeo Realty, we’re proud of our agents and all that they do. And when it comes to hardworking teams, our Father led duos truly make Rodeo one big family.  So we’d like to take the time to wish a Happy Father’s Day to all the Rodeo Realty Dads, from father and son teams to the entire family. You ARE Rodeo Realty!

Happy Father’s Day from Rodeo Realty!

Out & About: Father’s Day Edition

Father’s Day is nearly here! If you haven’t quite figured out where to take Dad, no fear!! We narrowed down and compiled together the best activities throughout town this Father’s Day so you don’t have to. From the outfields to classic cars down Rodeo Drive, there’s fun for all to enjoy! So read on for Out and About: Father’s Day Edition.

LA Dodgers vs. Chicago Cubs Father’s Day Game

When: June 16, 4:05 p.m.

Where: Dodger Stadium

The Chicago Cubs and Los Angeles Dodgers are two of the most exciting teams in Major League Baseball, and it is always a pleasure when the two match up. Great pitching, some of the best sluggers in the game, and an energetic crowd: these are just a few things that make it so great when the Cubs and Dodgers go toe to toe. You can expect a great time at the park during Cubs vs. Dodgers games. All fathers in attendance for the nationally televised game this Sunday are encouraged to hang around the ballpark for a special Father’s Day catch on the field.

26th Annual Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance

When:  June 16th, 10 a.m.-4p.m.

Where: Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills

A Father’s Day tradition for 26 years, the annual Rodeo Drive car show is free and open to the public. The coveted automobiles are displayed along iconic Rodeo Drive for auto-enthusiasts of all kinds to admire up close. This year, the event will celebrate 100 legendary years of British marque Bentley. See some of the rarest and most historic Bentley vehicles in the world, alongside some of the brand’s latest creations against the backdrop of the city’s most famous street. Named one of the “300 Unmissable Events & Festivals Around the World” by top travel publisher Frommer’s, the Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance is an event you won’t want to miss!

Tiki Father’s Day

When: June 16, 12 p.m.-5 p.m.

Where: The Propagator, Venice

It’s a tiki party for DAD this Father’s Day as The Propagator host an outdoor celebration. Join them for tiki-inspired beers, tiki vendors and fun for the whole family! No tickets required, limited edition Mai Tai glassware available while supplies last. So grab your favorite aloha shirt and a lei because tiki-attire is highly encouraged(and your Dad likely has a collection)!

Pasadena Chalk Festival

When: June 15 and 16th, 10 am-7 p.m.

Where: The Paseo, Pasadena

The Paseo, together with the Light Bringer Project, will host the 27th annual Pasadena Chalk Festival. The 2019 event, which explores the history and impact of the centuries-old artistry of street painting, will feature the spectacular work of nearly 600 dedicated and talented chalk artists. FREE and open to the public, the event is expected to attract tens of thousands of visitors as artists use more than 25,000 sticks of pastel chalk to create hundreds of life-sized murals.

Father’s Day Celebration

When: June 16, 12 p.m.-1:30 p.m.

Where: Ronald Regan Presidential Library and Museum, Simi Valley

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Museum is pleased to offer the father in your family a day of fun-filled activities.  Enjoy a delicious barbeque buffet of tri-tip, charbroiled marinated chicken, old fashioned macaroni and cheese, barbeque beans, coleslaw, and garlic rolls.  Finish your lunch with old fashioned fudge brownies and oatmeal raisin cookies.  Spend the rest of the day touring the Ronald Reagan Presidential Museum grounds and their amazing Air Force One Pavilion. Check-in will begin at 10:00 a.m. and end at 1:00 p.m.  A professional photographer will be available to take your picture to commemorate this Father’s Day.

Father’s Day 5k, 10k, 1k, Half Marathon

When: June 15(Long Beach) 7:30 a.m., June 16 (Van Nuys) 7:30 am

Where: 5400 E. Ocean Blvd, Long Beach, 6350 Woodley Ave., Van Nuys

For all our health guru Dads that aren’t very keen on the indulgent brunch options, heres an activity for you! This low-key clock timed course is the perfect way to spend your morning and is open to the entire family!

Escape Room

Where: 120 E. 8th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90014

If your dad likes a good mystery or horror movies, he’ll love Escape Room LA. Guests are offered a chance to experience living through a horror movie and find a way to escape!

Go-Kart World

Where:  21830 Recreation Rd., Carson, CA 90745

Satisfy dad’s need for speed this Father’s day at Go-Kart World. Race around the track competing to the finish line!

Alondra Park Lake

Where: 3850 Manhattan Beach Blvd., Lawndale, CA 90261

Connect with nature this Father’s day! Spend some time fishing by the lake with dad bonding over food and great conversation.

Felix Fooks sponsors Val Kilmer’s TwainMania Foundation Launch

Rodeo Realty’s Felix Fooks served as one of the event sponsors for actor Val Kilmer’s launch of TwainMania Foundation for Media Literacy.

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif (June 7, 2019)- At a lavish estate in the hills of Bel Air, actor Val Kilmer launched his foundation TwainMania for Media Literacy. Rodeo Realty’s Felix Fooks served as one of the event sponsors for the non-profit event.

The event has already gone on to receive press attention with the Hollywood Reporter being on site for the private star-studded affair. In their exclusive interview they spoke on some of the event highlights which included “collecting donations directly…an art gallery where guests could bid on artwork created by Kilmer, some of which featured Doc Holiday, his iconic character from Tombstone. A film of his one-man show played in the mansion’s screening room and TVs throughout the house played clips from dozens of Kilmer’s famous film roles.”

Powered by the revolutionary new technology platform GVNG, the TwainMania Foundation was founded by Val Kilmer with the sole mission to use art and education as a means to inspire people from all walks of life on what it means to be an American, utilizing the legacy and lessons of prolific author Mark Twain.

“Mark Twain can teach people today by applying a critical thinking lens to problems in our society, and by always asking the tough and probing questions in order to make collective progress for America and our communities,” said Kilmer. “I believe Americans can be the best version of themselves by instituting the lessons and historical teachings of Twain.”

The concept of TwainMania Foundation was born out of HELMEL Studios, and in such will be teaming up with the creative arts space to offer art exhibits, installations, films, plays and performance pieces that promote social good as well as provide a place for community members to exhibit art.

Working with GVNG, Val Kilmer and The TwainMania Foundation join a host of other celebrities such as Miley Cyrus, Richard Branson and others who have started  their nonprofits through the GVNG platform. GVNG is the first and only platform in the world that enables people and companies to start, run and operate a 501(c)(3) nonprofit[1]within 60 seconds, allowing users to begin fundraising and distributing grants or running nonprofit programs instantly.

Other sponsors for the event include: Peroni, Malibu Rocky Oaks Estate Vineyards, The Krim Group, and Today I’m Brave.

About TwainMania Foundation

The TwainMania Foundation uses art and education to inspire people of all backgrounds and ages to learn what it means to be an American, through the legacy and lessons of Mark Twain. The TwainMania Foundation was born out of HELMEL Studios, a sacred space for artists and novices to create art and performances pieces, which promote collaborations that spark change and catalyze giving in local communities.

Learn more about TwainMania at https://twainmaniafoundation.gvng.org/.

About GVNG

GVNG is the first and only technology platform that enables individuals and companies to start and run a tax exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit instantly [2].  GVNG is democratizing philanthropy by making it accessible to all people. The company was started in 2016 and is now considered one of the leading PhilTech companies (Philanthropy Technology) in the world.

To date in 2019 GVNG has launched hundreds of new nonprofits and its users have raised millions of dollars in donations on the platform and have equally distributed millions of dollars in philanthropic grants to organizations across the US and the world. GVNG’s nonprofits have been active all over the globe, from rebuilding Malibu, Puerto Rico, and Texas after the fires, hurricanes and floods, to helping save the people of Venezuela from starvation and homelessness, GVNG’s users are at the forefront of what it means to be a true philanthropist.

Please visit www.gvng.com to learn more and get started changing the world today!

About Felix Fooks Real Estate

Felix Fooks represents Buyers and Sellers of homes and investments throughout the Los Angeles area since 2006. His expertise and talent have made him a leader in the real estate industry. Tirelessly dedicated to his clients and his community, Felix currently represents first time buyers, experienced buyers, sellers, investors, and developers in the purchasing and selling of residential and residential income properties.

For more information about Felix Fooks and to view his current listings please visit, https://felixfooks.rodeore.com/.

About Rodeo Realty

Rodeo Realty is a residential real estate firm that has more than 1,200 licensed agents and brokers and 12 offices throughout Los Angeles and Ventura counties.
Operated under the direction and vision of a single owner, Rodeo Realty stands today as one of the largest independent real estate companies in the nation, while still maintaining the friendly approach of the neighborhood REALTOR®.

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[1]The term “nonprofit” refers to a “nonprofit project” of GVNG.org, a California nonprofit public benefit corporation


Out and About: Summer Outdoor Movies

One of the thrills of summer aside from the perfect weather is the season of outdoor movie events. Or just being outside in general without various layers of clothing. Here in L.A. we take our outdoor movie theater festivities pretty seriously. In the city of stars, who can blame us? With that said, pack your picnic basket and enjoy your favorite feature under the stars. We’re listing this summer’s best outdoor theaters and a line-up worthy of the red-carpet roll out!

Rooftop Cinema Club

Location: 888 S. Olive St., Los Angeles 90014

With two locations, Rooftop Cinema Club offers a premier outdoor cinema experience with panoramic views, spectacular sunsets and state-of-the-art wireless headphones. Upcoming screenings will take place on the rooftop terrace at LEVEL in Downtown L.A. and The Montalban.

Click here for more info.

Eat See Hear

Location: 4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles 90027

Taking place on Saturday nights at rotating venues from Downtown L.A. to Santa Monica, Eat|See|Hear boasts the largest outdoor screen on the West Coast and state-of-the-art audio. Every screening features a curated line-up of food trucks and an opening performance by an up-and-coming band.

Click here for more info

Hollywood Forever Cinespia

Location: Hollywood Forever Cemetery, 6000 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles 90038

Launched in 2002, Cinespia cemetery screenings hosts on-site classic films across L.A. Cinespia shows films from the 1930s through the 1990s, mostly in open-air settings at historic locations. Its most popular series runs weekly between May and August on Saturday (and occasionally Sunday) nights at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The al fresco Cemetery Screenings take place on the Fairbanks Lawn, named for the adjacent crypt housing both Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. and Jr.. Guests picnic under the stars and watch films digitally projected against the wall of the Cathedral Mausoleum, which houses the crypt of Rudolph Valentino among many others.

Click here for more info

Streetfood Cinema

Location: Various Locations throughout L.A.

With more than 60 events at 15 locations from Pasadena to Pacific Palisades, Street Food Cinema (SFC) is known as the largest outdoor movie series in Los Angeles. Featuring a wide range of films, gourmet food trucks and live music.

Click here for more info.

Street Style Cinema by Who What Wear

Location: The Grove

The fashion forward team Who What Wear is bringing back their annual free outdoor movie screenings at The Grove. Every Thursday in June, they invite you to join them outside on the lawn to watch some of their favorite modern musicals, sip cocktails, enjoy light bites, listen to music by DJ Lindsay Luv, and snag cool giveaways.

Click here for more info.

Poolside Cinema

Location: Mr. C Hotel, Beverly Hills

Poolside Cinema is back by popular demand! Enjoy an evening cozying up to a film with dinner, crafted cocktails, freshly popped popcorn and sweets. Reserve your comfortable lounger seats by purchasing your prix-fixe menu in-advance, featuring Cipriani classics and crisp Peroni Nastro Azzurro.

Click here for more info.

Outdoor Movies at the Skirball

Location: 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles 90049

Watch fashion-forward films under the stars at the Skirball Cultural Center, presented in celebration of the Skirball’s summer exhibitions. Before the screening, explore the galleries and enjoy cocktails, wine, beer, and light fare available for purchase. General admission is $12 and includes museum entry.

Click here for more info.

Electric Dusk Drive-In

Location: Van de Kamp Bakery Building,  Los Angeles

For a classic drive-in movie experience, Electric Dusk Drive-In features top films of the ’80s, ’90s and 2000s with a retro drive-in movie setting at the Van De Kamp Innovation Center of Los Angeles City College. The Outdoor Astroturf section offers the closest seats to the screen, where you’ll sit under the stars, mingle with your fellow moviegoers, and listen to the audio through outdoor speakers. The Snack Shack offers BBQ items such as hot dogs, hamburgers, veggie burgers, grilled chicken sandwiches, and a wide variety of candy, popcorn, chips, beverages, and locally made cupcakes.

Click here for more info.

Rooftop Movies at the Montalban

Location: The Montalban, 1615 Vine St, Hollywood

The Montalbán’s rooftop oasis – outfitted with a bar, concession stand and full kitchen – provides an open-air movie theater complete with a large projection screen, state-of-the-art projector, noise cancelling headphones, fresh-popped popcorn and even blankets for a chilly night.

This year – 2019 – the historic venue celebrates 10 years of rooftop entertainment!

Click here for more info.

Silver Lake Picture Show

Location: Sunset Triangle Plaza

Silver Lake Picture Show features free outdoor movies at Sunset Triangle Plaza. Each screening is preceded by a free musical performance and a short film from local artists. Seating is first-come, first served and guests are encouraged to bring fold-out chairs and other seating arrangements. Attendees are encouraged to picnic or go to one of the local establishments. No food or beverage will be sold on the premises.

Click here for more info.

Summer Movie Nights – Northeast San Fernando Valley 

Location: San Fernando Recreation Park

Summer Movie Nights are back in the Northeast San Fernando Valley! Bring your family, friends and pack a picnic for a movie night under the stars. The screenings take place at various locations, including themed screenings like Aquaman and Shark Tale at Hansen Dam Aquatic Center. All movie screenings begin at 7:30 p.m. and popcorn will be provided.

Click here for more info. 

Melrose Rooftop Theatre – E.P. & L.P.

Location: 603 N La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood 90069

Located on the rooftop adjacent to the patio at E.P. & L.P., the Melrose Rooftop Theatre (MRT) offers an unforgettable outdoor cinema experience with the Hollywood Hills as the stunning backdrop, specialty cocktails, custom concession stand, and VIP seating for up to 100 guests.

Click here for more info.

Weekend Events: June 7-9

Rejoice for the weekend is here! Now that we can finally kickstart some well deserved days off, figuring out what to do should bring the same ease. Per usual, we are sparing you the time of scouring the web for a “what to do this weekend”.Read our round-up of the best L.A. has to offer in activities outside your normal routine and discover your inner Angeleno!

Friday June 7

LA Pride Weekend

Location: West Hollywood(Various Areas)

Pride Month is kicking off this week in LA, leading into West Hollywoods annual Pride Parade. Start off this Friday at the Opening Ceremony of Pride Weekend with Saturday and Sunday taking over the boulevard for a celebration that only Weho knows how to do. The Teen Pride Dance will take place on Saturday and the annual Parade on Sunday. For the full line-up of special guest and weekend long activities for LA Pride, click the link below.

Click here for more info.

2019 Ghostbusters Fan Fest

Location: Sony Picture Studios, Culver City

“If there’s something strange in you neighborhood,
Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters!”. Ok now that thats out of the way and stuck in your head, don’t miss the first-ever Ghostbusters Fan Fest. Presented by Wizard World at the Sony Pictures lot is a a 2-day line-up of spook-tacular fun. Some of the “OG” Ghostbusters themselves Dan Aykroyd (Stantz) and Ernie Hudson (Zeddemore) will be in attendance along with Director Ivan Reitman, Jason Reitman, the director and co-writer of the upcoming 2020 remake of the timeless cult classic. Enjoy this along with a slew of other popular guest and themed activities to celebrate the films 35th anniversary.

Click here for more info.

The Paella Dinner Party

Location: Institute of Culinary Education, Pasadena

Enjoy a hands on cooking-class where the flavors of this popular Spanish dish come to life. Learn and indulge in cuttlefish-ink paella from Valenica along with Spanish tapas and traditional dessert. The menu will include garlic shrimp, tortilla Espanola, paella Valenciana and more. Contact KTannenbaum@ice.edu for additional questions.

Click here for more info.

Saturday June 8

Rodeo Realty Pacific Palisades Charity Drive

Location: 839 Via de La Paz, Pacific Palisades

Stop by the Rodeo Realty Pacific Palisades office and enjoy free tacos and entertainment for a good cause. The Pacific Palisades Fire Department will be joining the PacPal office to take donations for the charity organization Dress for Success. The family friendly event kicks off at 11:30 so don’t miss out! Dress for Success will accept Bags and Accessories as donations for the event.

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Pasadena Playhouse Block Party

Location: Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena

Step out for a day of art, culture and community at the Pasadena Playhouses’ annual block party. Street Poets will perform accompanied by the original music of Rhythm Arts Alliance for the all-day event. There will also be family friendly activities, food, libations and guided tours.

Click here for more info.

SRLA Spring into Summer 5k


Location: Griffith Park, Los Feliz

Enjoy an easy 5k course around Griffith Park Golf course with SRLA students, alumni and leaders. The event will feature a free BBQ, music and games taking place following the run. Walkers are encouraged.

Click here for more info.

Sunday June 9

Ojai Wine Festival

Location: Lake Casitas Recreation Area

The Ojai Wine Festival returns for its 33rd year with attendees enjoying a selection of Californias unique growing domains. The event will feature a collection from over 60 wineries as well as 35 local, regional and international craft beer brewers. There will also be a silent auction and merchant area. Hungry? No fret! There will be a selection of local caterers, restaurants and eateries selling onsite culinary creations.

Click here for more info.

Cruisin 4 Brews Family Festival

Location: Downtown Torrance

Enjoy a day of classic cars and tasty brews. Downtown Torrance’s Cruisin 4 Brews event will feature 100+ classic cars, 75 vendor booths and a bounty of local breweries for tasting. There will also be live music and additional family friendly fun.

Click here for more info.

LA Eats: Fathers Day Edition

Father’s Day will be here before you know it! With that in mind, don’t wait until the last minute to book the best bites and brews for Dad. While most of our fathers will opt for a backyard BBQ as opposed to a seated dinner, we’re recommending ditching the DIY celebration. Elevate your Fathers Day on June 16 with our selection of dining choices that are almost certainly “Dad Approved”. 


Location: 176 N. Canon Drive, Beverly Hills

Surrounded by Ed Ruscha art and beneath the stars is a Beverly Hills Gem. No we’re not talking about the most recent celebrity abode listing. Spago has set the scene for what is sure to be an extraordinary evening this Fathers Day. Their BBQ and Blues set menu is all that it seems and more. With a 3-course line-up of savory flavors that only Wolfgang Puck could succeed at, is a “dinner with dad” no brainer. Enjoy a barrel aged cocktail bar while listening to the soulful tunes of the Gary Allegreto Band. We could go on but it’s best you click below before tickets run out for this fête of bbq and blues fun. Fathers Day at Spago will be nothing short of a ‘Good Time’.

View the menu here.

Click here to book.

The Queen Mary

Location: 1126 Queen HWY, Long Beach

On June 16th, bring the entire family aboard the World Famous Queen Mary and treat Dad to something special! A local favorite, the Queen Mary Royal Sunday Brunch always lands on our holiday list as they take you on a worldwide culinary adventure and features over 50 unique dishes from around the globe. And if brunch isn’t Dad’s thing, enjoy dinner at the award-winning Sir Winston’s Restaurant and Lounge or Chelsea Chowder House.

Click here for more info.

Faith & Flower

Location: 705 W. 9th, Los Angeles, CA 90015

This Californian rustic cuisine offers an International Rib Festival-themed menu for Father’s Day. Be sure to book your brunch or dinner reservation at Faith & Flower!

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Nick + Stef’s Steakhouse

Location: 330 S. Hope St., Los Angeles, CA 90071

This restaurant features a Father’s Day special and cocktails at Nick + Stef’s Steakhouse.

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Salt’s Cure

Location: 1155 N. Highland Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90038

Enjoy a prix-fixe menu this Father’s Day at Salt’s Cure. Treat dad to fresh ingredients and custom-made deserts or cocktails!

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Location: 8474 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood 90069

Experience the cozy décor of brick and newly renovated garden at Lucques. This restaurant is offering a special Father’s Day dinner which highlights the best in season from the Farmer’s Market.

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Location: 8700 W. 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90048

On Father’s Day, A.O.C. offers weekend brunch served on their patio or vibrant dining room. Families can enjoy classic meal sharing plates with more than enough to go around!

Click here for more info!

La Dolce Vita

Location: 9758 Santa Monica Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90210

La Dolce Vita restaurant offers a Father’s Day experience you won’t want to miss! This Beverly Hills landmark offers classic dishes from 5-10pm.

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Location: 11653 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049

Indulge in Toscana’s Father’s Day specialties along with the restaurant’s a la carte menu. Choose from four different specials for dinner and pair your meal with a cocktail.

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Location: 11648 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90049

Tavern provides some of the finest California and Mediterranean dining and conversation! Bring dad to their Father’s Day brunch or dinner to enjoy their special menu.

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