Triniti chef Joseph Geiskopf pops up in this gem of a Spring Street Arcade wine bar, serving a limited but varying, innovative bistro menu that includes items such as heirloom sourdough with brie butter, and hokkaido surf clams with hearts of palm and nectarines.
Looking for a go-to Wine Wednesday option? Downtown's Everson Royce Bar offers a killer deal every Wednesday off the week: $25 for a flight of three wines and one of chef Matt Molina's culinary creations. Each week brings something new so you'll never get bored—though, let's face it, you'll probably get drunk. Cheers!
Dine out without digging too deep into your wallet at Little Dom's Monday night supper, where a three-course meal goes for an affordable $18. Each week the menu changes—some weeks it might feature pasta, others it could highlight roast chicken—but the lineup always includes an appetizer, entrée and dessert. Drinks are discounted, too: snag a bottle of red or white for $18, or a Pabst Blue Ribbon for $3. Check Little Dom's website for the most updated Monday night menu.
If you're looking for a quieter alternative to the usual Oktoberfest chaos, the second annual Burbank Beer Festival might be your jam. This celebration will canvas several blocks of downtown Burbank, transforming San Fernando Boulevard into an outdoor street festival featuring over 85 brews on tap from local and out-of-state craft breweries. Tickets include beer samples from more than 45 breweries and access into beer zones with live entertainment.