Friday, August 17, 2012

Weekend Docket: 8/17/12

Whilst the rest of you are toiling away in Los Angeles, I'll be up here in Napa sipping on Chards & Merlots and eating delicious food at Ad Hoc, Auberge and the CIA.  So yep.  Be jealous.  Go ahead.

And don't worry I'll be back with more than enough time to recover from my wine-hangover to start it all over again at a fantastic weekend with the LA Times The Taste!

So what are you up to this weekend?  Tell me in the comments below!!

And remember, if you want to connect, you can always follow me on twitter @nicolemiizuka or find me on Facebook!

All Weekend
Ribs, Pigs, & Watermelons
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
If you were down for the Watermelon Festival last weekend, then this is for you! American Family Housing hosts Ribs, Pigs, & Watermelons, a pro BBQ competition, fundraising event with three days of food, family fun, watermelon themed games, live entertainment, and watermelon carving demonstrations. Tickets are $5, food also available for purchase. 1025 Westminster Mall Westminster, CA

Sunset Strip Music Festival
Aug 16 - 18
This year the three-day music fest will celebrate the music and legacy of The Doors, with many artists performing their versions of the band's songs. It kicks off with an exclusive VIP event on Thursday night at the House of Blues and will conclude with anall-day street fest on Saturday. Marilyn Manson headlines the outdoor fest,which will also feature performances by The Offspring, Steve Aoki, Bad Religion, De La Soul, Dead Sara, Das Racist, The Mowgli’s and more. The street will be closed and the legendary venues in that block—The Roxy Theatre, Whisky A Go-Go and Key Club—will also host full lineups from more than 50 bands throughout the day. The Sunset Strip

Poolside Pop-Up with Adam Gertler
Friday & Saturday 11 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Former Next Food Network Star contestant Adam Gertler and his brother Keith have teamed up to form Gertler's Kitchen, a pop-up concept featuring various smoked meats and sausages. The debut happens poolside at the Viceroy Hotel. Dive into the brothers' Reuben Dog, which features a unique pastrami sausage made with meat raised on a farm just outside of Los Angeles. The Viceroy Hotel, 1819 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica;
Friday, 8/17
Eagle and Badge Foundation Summerfest
6pm - 11pm
Bring on the booze, food trucks, casino games, music and dancing. Doesn’t sound like something the LAPD would get behind right? Well for just this one night they will look the other way, while you drink, eat, and play casino style games at the Eagle and Badge Foundation 2012 Summerfest. Taking place at the Elysian Park Academy, near Dodger stadium, the night will feature drinks by Eagle Rock, Golden Road and Angel City Brewery, Maker’s Mark Bourbon, RumChata, Blue Ice American Vodka, Cielo Malibu Estate Wineyards, Woodstock Collection Fine Wines, and much more. Food trucks on hand include Flat Iron Truck, Slammin’ Sliders, Surfer Taco and Sweet Wheels Dessert Truck. Tickets are $100 each or $150 for a couple.  Elysian Park Academy 1880 N. Academy Dr.

Saturday, 8/18
LA Craft Beer Crawl
3pm - 7pm
The annual LA Craft Beer Crawl returns to DTLA. Enjoy well over 50 craft beers to sample across 7 different unique bars and restaurants all within walking distance in Downtown Los Angeles. The event is a collaboration between Cedd Moses of 213 Ventures Inc., and Hallie Beaune and Christine Perozzi also known as “The Beer Chicks.” The beer selection will be curated by The Beer Chicks, beer personalities and authors of The Naked Pint: The Unadulterated Guide to Craft Beer. Tickets start at $54 with VIP early entry running $74, plus beer seminars for $15. Get your tickets, soon. This event always sells out! Downtown Los Angeles

Hester Goes Hollywood
11am - 7pm
For the exploding indie craft and designer scene in LA, we’ve scoured the best of the best and are showcasing 140 of the city’s most talented at our Indie Market. Devoted to independent goods, collected wares and food, every booth is a chance to encounter something you won’t find in a strip mall. Surrounded by live music and our Craft Beer Garden, it’s the perfect way to discover the city’s creative spirit.  All events are located at the lot on Hollywood Blvd and Argyle Avenue. Take metro to Hollywood and Vine. Pay parking lot onsite.

Saturday Screenings!
Cemetary Screenings: Wet Hot American Summer
Street Food Cinema: Sixteen Candles & Valley Girl
Eat|See|Hear Presents: The Artist
LACMA: How To Train Your Dragon
The Vista Theater: Jurassic Park

Sunday, August 19
Australia Rediscovered Wine Tasting
4pm - 6pm
The third Sunday of each month the wine team of Campanile hosts a tasting event. The tasting will include 30 to 40 wines and are picked based on a theme. The best of which will show up on the wine list the following week. Campanile will provide small bites, charcuterie, artisanal cheeses to accompany the wines and K&L will be pouring the wines with experts on hand to discuss the intricacy of the selections. Tickets are just $25. 624 South La Brea

Monday, 8/20
Eveleigh Guest Bartender Series #7: Naomi Schimek
7pm - 11pm
Yes…it’s time for round SEVEN of the Eveleigh Guest Bartender Series at the beautiful back bar. Take a look at who will be taking over behind the bar the next four Mondays from 7-11pm. And a special thanks to our own Head Barman David Kupchinsky aka Ol’ Man Winter, who puts so much time into rounding up these fabulous bar mates and helping them prepare for their guest night. Eveleigh 8752 W Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA

Saturday, 9/1 through Monday, 9/3
Los Angeles Times' THE TASTE
Times Vary
Join the Times for its annual food and wine festival this Labor Day weekend. Choose from five delicious events hosted by Times food writers. Try farmers' market-inspired dishes, sip the latest in craft cocktails, and sample eclectic foods from different parts of the city. Award-winning chefs include Thomas Keller, Nancy Silverton, Susan Feniger and many more. Tickets are $65 per event. Get $5 off with promo code "TASTING".  Paramount Pictures Studios, 5555 Melrose Ave., Hollywood


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