Now here's an excuse to celebrate the Feast of Saint Martha, the patron saint of cooks and servants. On Tuesday, Koreatown's Saint Martha restaurant will commemorate its namesake with a dinner while also helping the community. For $65 (optional wine pairing: $27), you get to enjoy a four-course meal—options include Chef Nick Erven's pecan wood-smoked brisket with hoisin and littleneck clams with morcilla sausage, sunchoke and egg—while also raising funds for the Koreatown Youth and Community Center, which supports LA-based Korean-American families in education, finances and health. Another plus: They've also got parking covered with complimentary parking next to the restaurant. Reserve your table for the event by calling 213-387-2300.