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The best events this week
Fall Bookfest Dinners
Renowned chef and restaurant pioneer Suzanne Goin has once again created a culinary event that showcases her best. Goin's flagship restaurant, Lucques, co-owned with Caroline Styne, is to host four dinners to celebrate four new fall cookbooks. Chefs Amelia Saltsman, Ruth Reichl, Russell Moore and Michael Anthony will be guests and available for book signings on their designated night, as Goin presents her delectable dishes sourced from the book's recipes.
$5 pizzas at Olio all month long
To celebrate their 5-year anniversary, Olio Wood Fired Pizzeria is offering a $5 margherita pizza special for the entire month of October. Available at both the W 3rd St and Grand Central Market location, the cheesy pie somehow tastes even better when it's a mere $5. Scrounge around for some spare bills and head to Olio for the most affordable pizza this month.
The Supper that Cures Everything
As part of their Fall Bookfest Dinner series, Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne present a dinner with author Ruth Reichl. The Sunday dinner will showcase dishes from Reichl's new book, My Kitchen Year: 136 Recipes that Saved My Life. Expect menu items that will truly represent the healing properties of cooking such as creamed lobster claws on toasted brioche, a heavenly soup-like concoction that includes tomatoes and cream, potatoes and green garlic and a cake for dessert that has been claimed to cure everything. Guests will have the opportunity to purchase Reichl's book for $35 as well as optional wine pairings for $40.
Celebrity Guest Chef Dinners at Providence
Providence is ringing in the 10th year of seafood-infused grandeur (Michelin stamp of approval in tow) with a celebrity guest chef dinner series. That means alongside culinary wiz chef Michael Cimarusti, you’ll be tasting epicurean delicacies from Suzanne Goin, Dominique Crenn, Michael Tusk, Marc Vetri, David Kinch, Mauro Colagreco and more. These chefs are casually winners of a Michelin-star here and a James Beard Award there, so it's bound to be a meal you'll never forget. Reserve one of three confirmed guest dinners on August 18, September 14, and October 6. Be on the look out for more dates to come!
"Get Schooled" Craft Beer Dinner Series
Tom Bergin's Public House is amping up your weekly visit with an educational beer dinner as an alternative to the usual Oktoberfest routine. Every Wednesday this month, guests can enjoy a four-course dinner paired with featured seven-ounce pours as well as a chance to meet the creator of the selected brew. On October 7, the series will kick off with gastropub menu items and a varied Sierra Nevada spread. Fans of Three Weavers Brewing Company and Ballast Point can attend later in the month and raise a glass. Cheers!
Taste of Italy
Glorious amounts of authentic Italian cuisine will take over DTLA for the seventh-annual Taste of Italy come October 10. If your mouth is already watering from thoughts of Parmigiano-Reggiano, homemade pasta, Napolitano style pizza and flowing red wine, you’re not alone. Scores of the region’s best restaurants (think Valentino, Drago Centro, Al Bacio, De Luca Trattoria, and more) are set to attend, alongside Italian and California-Italian wineries, live entertainment, demonstrations and celebrity guests. Expect live performances from the LA Opera, a tribute to Frank Sinatra, and vocalist Giovanna Gattuso. All proceeds will go towards the Italian American Museum’s exhibitions and the Italian Hall. Tickets for general admission include six food and six wine tastings (swoon), while premier tickets offer eight food and eight wine tastings, a VIP gift bag and red carpet entrance. Head to 424 North Main St for this annual Italian grande festa (we suggest wearing loose pants).