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JULY 20th

CELEBRATE YOUR OWN PERSONAL SHARK WEEK AT JAWS IN CONCERT

HOLLYWOOD BOWL –  Get ready for the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra’s performance of Spielberg’s iconic shark tale Jaws. The live rendition of John Williams’ classic score, including all the bass, trombone, and tuba notes you know from the main theme, will play alongside the film.
Cost: $14-160 (depending on your seat)

JULY 20th

SPEND A NIGHT WITH THE PERFECTLY WHIMSICAL EUGENE MIRMAN

DYNASTY TYPEWRITER (WESTLAKE) – Eugene Mirman (aka the voice of Gene) is an eclectic comic who can score laughs in a number of creative ways, and his standup is not to be missed. Opening for him at Dynasty Typewriter are Derrick Brown and Bob’s Burgers castmate Kristen Schaal. Cost: $20-25


JULY 20-21

INDULGE IN LA’S BEST WAGYU BURGER AT HIHO CHEESEBURGER  – SANTA MONICA

 HiHo Cheeseburger is certainly known to have one of the best burgers in LA – according to LA natives. Made entirely with New Zealand chuck Wagyu, HiHo’s burger sports only the essential ingredients, and so does an excellent job of showcasing the beef flavor. Order a triple with thick-cut fries and a slice of banana cream pie. Cost: $7-10


JULY 21st

FALL IN LOVE (MAYBE?) AT THREE DAY RULE’S PRIVATE YACHT JAM PARTY

CALIFORNIA YACHT CLUB (MARINA DEL REY)
Prepare for bocce, cornhole, giant Jenga, dancing, truth or dare, and short sailing excursions where you might just meet the yacht hottie of your dreams.  Cost: $10-20

JULY 21-22

PIZZA FOR BREAKFAST?

SILVER LAKE
Brunch on a pizza topped with coppa, bacon, potatoes, roasted onions, provolone, and eggs at Cosa Buona.  You won’t be let down by this new brunch menu that also includes daily pastry specials, Sicilian-style squares, and a hearty French toast dish with mascarpone and prunes that pays homage to the late Canelé in Atwater Village.  Cost: $6-18

JULY 20-21

EAT YOUR WAY THROUGH A MULTITUDE OF CUISINES AT GO LITTLE TOKYO

LITTLE TOKYO
Leading off the Sake and Food Tasting Event at the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, Go Little Tokyo is a chance to explore not only Japanese food, but the variety of restaurants the hood has to offer. For instances, you can take a pizza-making workshop with Baldoria DTLA, or, take in a mixology demo from Wolf & Crane.
Cost: Free-$20

 


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