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Fun (and Unusual) Things to Do in Los Angeles

 

There always are a number of fun and unique things to do in LA, and we at Exclusive Sedan can get you safely to the best of the best!  Our expert chauffeurs will get you to the best beer, wine and food events in the area, safely and in a relaxed mood!

In the mood for beer?

Try the 3rd Annual Beer Week!  L.A. Beer Week will commence with an official kickoff celebration at Naja's Place in Redondo Beach, with more than 40 beers on tap from Stone Brewing Co. — the largest craft brewery in Southern California. Stone's top brass will be on hand to answer questions, sign books and knock a few back with the party people.

On Oct. 23, L.A. Beer Week will conclude as it has the previous two years: with a big beer-drinking blowout. The L.A. Beer Week Festival will take place at Union Station and will feature more than 70 breweries, unlimited 4-ounce pours and easy access to some of L.A.'s favorite gourmet food trucks.

For a complete schedule, more details and ticket information, go to http://www.labeerweek.com.

Also, there’s the second annual BAM Fest (Beer, Art and Music Festival) in Santa Monica. BAM celebrates the best of locally produced art and music, in conjunction with a variety of delicious craft beers. Choose a brew from more than 20 breweries, drink while taking in tunes and perusing galleries and food trucks, including Green Truck, Border Grill and Nom Nom. 18th Street Arts Center, 1639 18th St. Santa Monica. 1 to 6 p.m. Sun. $35. (310) 453-3711; 18thstreet.org.

How about some great wine?

Los Angeles Food & Wine: Four-day festival with events in Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Los Angeles and Santa Monica, Oct. 13-16. Check website for events. Tickets start at $50. 877-234-8425. www.lafw.com.

Woodland Hills Wine Co.: Saturday wine tasting, 2-6 p.m.: Auvigue White Burgundy ($14 for five or varies by the glass) and Corliss Columbia Valley ($32 for five or varies by glass). Reservations and prepayment required for both. 22622 Ventura Blvd. 818-222-1111. www.whwc.com.

How about some really really good food?

Taste of Downtown Burbank: Chef demonstrations food, beer and wine tastings and live music, 5:30-9:30 p.m. Thursday. Proceeds benefit the Burbank Community YMCA financial scholarship fund. Tickets $30; $45 includes beer and wine garden; $10 children 12 and under. Event is held on San Fernando Boulevard between Magnolia Boulevard and Olive Avenue. www.tasteofdowntown-burbank.com.

La Feria de Los Moles Puebla vs Oaxaca: Taste more than 13 varieties of the traditional Mexican dish, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday. Free admission; charge for food. Olvera Street, 845 N. Alameda St., Los Angeles. 323-289-4641 or 323-806-7089. www.feriadelosmoles.com.

Karl Strauss Brewing Company -- CityWalk: Los Angeles craft beer and food pairing, 5-9 p.m. Oct. 13. Cost $20. 1000 Universal Studios Blvd., Universal City. 818-753-2739. www.karlstrauss.com.

Morton's the Steakhouse -- Woodland Hills: Cigar and wine four-course dinner, 6:30 p.m. Oct. 13. Cost $115, includes tax and tip. Reservations required. 6250 Canoga Ave. 818-703-7272.

Finally…maybe you want to work off all the really great food and libations?

This Sunday, 10 miles of L.A. streets will be closed to traffic and open to cyclists, walkers, skateboarders and people in wheelchairs for a day of exhaust-free fun. Less like a race and more like an old-fashioned social, the event also features a variety of events that encourage people to slow down a bit, and maybe even stop for a while: dodgeball games, music, dance, a photo booth, street chess and, of course, food. This is the third CicLAvia, and it grows each time.

Posted on Oct 07 2011

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