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Here's where to watch the 2017 Oscars this weekend
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Here's where to watch the 2017 Oscars this weekend

These restaurants and bars are throwing some award-worthy specials.

A guide to food halls in L.A. and Orange County
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A guide to food halls in L.A. and Orange County

Start crafting your own dining experience at these L.A.-area food halls.

Restaurant review: Terra Cotta
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Restaurant review: Terra Cotta

This Koreatown stunner might have a party vibe, but it's also churning out incredible plates of seafood.

Time Out says
  • 4 out of 5 stars
L.A.'s best French restaurants
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L.A.'s best French restaurants

Steak frites, omelets, escargot—these restaurants will transport you straight to Paris.

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CIRCA 55 at The Beverly Hilton

CIRCA 55 at The Beverly Hilton

Spend $65 for a poolside Sunday buffet brunch for two, with seasonal dishes and mimosas

118 Degrees - Tarzana

118 Degrees - Tarzana

Save 50% on dinner for two and choose entrees like the coconut curry wraps

Chado Tea Room

Chado Tea Room

Offer: $33 for afternoon tea for two at highly-praised tea room, 34% off

Bacari P.D.R.

Bacari P.D.R.

Get 36% off a lunch or dinner package that includes a 90-minute open bar and dessert

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Terra Cotta
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Terra Cotta

This Koreatown stunner is churning out incredible plates of seafood.

Time Out says
  • 4 out of 5 stars
AR Cucina
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AR Cucina

AR Cucina satisfies Culver City's love of Italian food with pasta and plenty of negronis.

Time Out says
  • 3 out of 5 stars
Here's Looking At You
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Here's Looking At You

The cocktails are great here, but the food is hit-or-miss.

Time Out says
  • 2 out of 5 stars
Users say
  • 4 out of 5 stars
Salazar
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Salazar

For a good time (and great tacos), Salazar is your spot.

Time Out says
  • 4 out of 5 stars
Users say
  • 4 out of 5 stars
Plant Food + Wine
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Plant Food + Wine

This dreamy Venice eatery is a haven for vegans.

Time Out says
  • 3 out of 5 stars
Users say
  • 3 out of 5 stars
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Where to find L.A.'s best poutine
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Where to find L.A.'s best poutine

Fries, gravy, cheese—what's not to love?

The best Chinese bakeries in L.A.
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The best Chinese bakeries in L.A.

For all your egg tart cravings.

The 100 best dishes and drinks in L.A. 2016
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The 100 best dishes and drinks in L.A. 2016

Consider this your 2017 to-do list.

The best cheap food finds in L.A.
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The best cheap food finds in L.A.

Because we're tired of $12 lunches.

The best Beverly Hills restaurants
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The best Beverly Hills restaurants

Check out our guide on where to eat in the 90210.

The best restaurants in Los Angeles

Indian
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Indian

From Artesia to West Hollywood, here's where to find the best samosas, curries and tandoori in LA. 

Seafood
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Seafood

Dive into LA's best seafood restaurants.

Sushi
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Sushi

LA has the best sushi in the country, hands down.

Tacos
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Tacos

Take a tour of the best tacos in the city.  

Chinese
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Chinese

LA has good Chinese options no matter the neighborhood.

Sandwiches
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Sandwiches

Check out the best sandwich shops and sandwiches in town. 

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Tres by José Andrés Oscar Viewing Party
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Tres by José Andrés Oscar Viewing Party

Leave it to swanky Beverly Hills staple Tres by José Andrés to roll out the red carpet for the 89th Annual Academy Awards. On February 26th (aka L.A.'s unofficial holiday, Oscar Sunday), head to the upscale, Spanish-style restaurant for a taste of awards season, complete with a red carpet arrival and photo op, specialty cocktails and bites, a welcome glass of Cava and truffle popcorn, and a raffle ticket to win a stay at the SLS Beverly Hills. Toast this year's nominees with signature dishes like the Patatas Bravas, chicken and béchamel fritters and homemade pappardelle pasta with parmesan foam.

Wine-n-Pie at The Blending Lab

Wine-n-Pie at The Blending Lab

Is there a sweeter combination than wine and pie? We think not. Apparently, The Blending Lab doesn't think so either—they've teamed up with pie connoisseurs The Pie Hole to offer a three-course wine and pie pairing. Discover the complementary notes between a variety of blends and salted caramel pecan pie, earl grey tea pie and Mexican chocolate pie, which you'll be able to taste at the new(ish) Blending Lab near The Grove.

Tater Tots & Beer Festival
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Tater Tots & Beer Festival

Tater tots and beer—is there anything more you need in life? This comfort food festival returns for another year of slinging creative tots and craft beer at the La Brea tar pits. Choose from eight different tot dishes and over 40 beer selections. 

LA IPA Fest
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LA IPA Fest

IPAs are a divisive beer—you either love or hate the hoppy pale ale—but if you're a fan, mark March 4th and 5th down on your calendar. That's when the annual Los Angeles IPA Festival is returning to Mohawk Bend, a fête that celebrates the best India Pale Ales from across California.  Starting at 9:30am on Saturday morning, attendees will be able to stop by the Echo Park spot to sample over 60 craft beers from breweries like Arts District Brewing Company, King Harbor, Mumford Brewing and more. For $5 per 10oz. pour, you can drink a couple here, a couple there, then vote for your favorite—both the People's Choice and Judge's choice winners will be crowned at 4pm. On Sunday, continue the beer-filled festivities with flights for $13.50.

Time Out Los Angeles presents Wingfest
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Time Out Los Angeles presents Wingfest

For those who dream about wings—not the flying variety, the chicken variety covered in BBQ sauce—Time Out Los Angeles' upcoming Wingfest might be the best event you'll attend in March. Held at Mack Sennett Studios, we've gathered some of the best wing connoisseurs in L.A. to share their chicken wings with you. Taste wings from Baby Blues BBQ, Gus's World Famous Fried Chicken, The Walrus and the Hedgehog, Simmzy's, L.A. Wing Co. and more for a chance to crown the ultimate wing champion. Tickets can be found here, where you'll be able to choose from three different sessions. 

All-Star Chef Classic
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All-Star Chef Classic

Do you hear that? It's the sound of a thousand LA foodies letting out one collective squeal. The All-Star Chef Classic (think the culinary world's Superbowl equivalent) is taking over Downtown's L.A. LIVE for the third year, bringing together acclaimed chefs from around the world for four days of demonstrations, engaging dining experiences, tastings, showcases and chef access. The event lineup hasn't been announced yet, but stay tuned for updates. 

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