Best Events & Activities To Do In Los Angeles This Week – September 26

September 25, 2016 6:25 PM

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(credit: David McNew/Getty Images)

Fall is officially here, but in L.A. that doesn’t mean it’s time to break out those scarves and puffy vests just yet. With another warm week in the forecast, Los Angeles is offering great concerts, as well as top food and theater events.

Monday, September 26
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(Credit: acuna-hansen)

Enjoy Bottomless Mimosas
Hyperion Public Silver Lake
2538 Hyperion Avenue
Silver Lake, CA 90027
(323) 761-6440

Who says mimosas are just for weekend brunch? Not Hyperion Public, that believes you should have the chance to say bottoms up to bottomless mimosas any day of the week. Go with a classic OJ and champagne, or mix and match five varieties to create a peach Bellini, grapefruit juice Lilosa, or unique to the restaurant, an OJ, watermelon liqueur, champagne concoction called The Rock. So, whether you brunched too hard yesterday and need a little “hair of the dog,” or you just feel like starting your week with a little sweet bubbly, Hyperion Public has you covered. The deal runs Monday – Friday from 12pm to 3pm, and weekends from 10am – 3pm, and is available at their Studio City location as well.

Tuesday, September 27
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(Credit: Evan Sung )

Fish & Sparkling Wine Pairing
606 Broadway
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 393-6633

Mozzarella bar Obica has been celebrating the successful opening of their new West Hollywood location, but tonight it’s all about their Santa Monica spot. A special fish and sparkling wine pairing event is being held, starting at 7pm. For $50 a person, a four course meal will be paired with world class Franciacorta sparkling wines produced by boutique winery La Montina. Dishes include a spoon of burrata with sardinian mullet roe, an Italian sea bass carpaccio, homemade lobster ravioli with lobster bisque and crispy zucchini, and a silky smooth fresh passionfruit panna cotta. These perfect pairings make for a perfect date night.

Wednesday, September 28
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(Credit: Jim Cox Photography)

The Fantasticks”
The Pasadena Playhouse
39 S. El Molino Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91101
(626) 356-7529

If you haven’t seen “The Fantasticks” during its run at The Pasadena Playhouse, you only have one week left! The longest running musical in history, the show is a lyrical and romantic musical that tells an allegorical love story about neighboring fathers who trick their children into falling in love. Not only do they create a fake feud between the families, but they also stage a mock abduction in order to heroically end the feud. If you find yourself saying, what could possibly go wrong, then you need to get yourself to the theater this week before it ends its run on Sunday.

Thursday, September 29
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(Credit: Gari Askew)

UnSilent Cinema
735 S Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90017

Come see some old classic films as you’ve never heard them before. UnSilent Cinema is a unique experience that pairs live music specifically scored for classic silent films. Contemporary artists have been tasked with creating a completely new and modern score to timeless favorites. Tonight, Marc Ribot will score Charlie Chaplin’s The Kid, while Alvin Youngblood Hart will score Fatty Arbuckle’s Out West. Another performance will take place tomorrow, and includes scoring to Charlie Chaplin’s Easy Street by Daedelus, Harry Smith’s Early Abstractions by Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Buster Keaton’s Cops by Jimmy Tamborello, and Charlie Chaplin’s One A.M. by Callie. A happy hour starts the evening at 5:30pm, followed by a DJ set at 7pm, and film at 8pm.

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(credit: Xander G./yelp)

Santa Monica HS Memorial Greek Amphitheater
Laemmle NoHo 7
5240 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA 91601

Eat|See|Hear is back again today for a screening at the great Laemmle Noho 7 theater from 7:30pm to 10:30pm. The North Hollywood top theater will be offering a showing of the most acclaimed Star Trek adventure of all time with Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

Friday, September 30
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(Credit: Craig Schwartz )

“Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up”
Kirk Douglas Theatre
9820 Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
(213) 628-2772

A lecherous goat, a clutter of inbred cats, phone calls from death row – these are just some of the things you’ll experience in the new play “Throw Me on the Burnpile and Light Me Up,” which celebrated its world premiere last month at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Oscar-nominated writer of Beasts of the Southern Wild, Lucy Alibar, serves as both writer and performer in this play about growing up in Grady County, Florida. Through a series of magical stories, Alibar reveals an unforgettable Southern childhood full of captivating imagery, and of course, her daddy’s burnpile. You’ve got until Sunday to see it, as the show closes this week.

(Credit: Santa Monica Pier )

(Credit: Santa Monica Pier )

Santa Monica Pier
200 Santa Monica Pier
Santa Monica, CA 90401

The Santa Monica Pier is a pretty iconic place, and an even cooler place when it has movie screenings. Tonight, head down to Santa Monica’s legendary pier for a screening of Zootopia where the movie begins at 7:30pm.

Blink 182 (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

(credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

See Blink 182
The Forum
3900 W Manchester Blvd
Inglewood, CA 90305

Tonight, KROQ presents Blink 182 live and in concert at The Forum. Come see this famed band who will be playing new hits in support of their newest album, “California.”

Saturday, October 1
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(Credit: Tanner Gardner )

Off the Hook Seafood Festival
Santa Monica Pier
200 Santa Monica Pier
Santa Monica, CA 90401

Start National Seafood Month off right with a trip to the Santa Monica Pier for the second annual Off the Hook Seafood Festival. Once again, the event will showcase some of the city’s best restaurants and chefs, serving up their favorite seafood dishes. Along with food and drink tastings, a beer garden, live music from local bands, games, and other ocean-inspired activities will be set up between 3pm – 7m. An Oyster Shucking Competition will also take place, where local chefs and shuckers will compete for best presentation, time, and overall shucking ability. General admission tickets are $60, or upgrade for a $90 ticket that grants you access to the VIP lounge. The events benefits the Westside Food Bank, and raises awareness for the sustainable seafood movement.

Sunday, October 2
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(Credit: Goro Toshima – A Sundance Selects release)

City of Gold Screening & Tasting
The Wiltern Theater
3790 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90010
(213) 388-1400

Tonight The Wiltern is offering dinner and a movie like only L.A. can. The events starts with a screening of the documentary City of Gold, where Pulitzer Prize winner Jonathan Gold explores our great city one meal at a time. The film will be followed by a Q&A with Jonathan Gold, and a multi-cultural tasting menu from some of L.A. prime restaurants. Pasta Sisters, Lalibela, Mapo Galbi, and Jitlada are just some of the restaurants that will be there ready to tantalize your tastebuds. Tickets are available in advance or at the door, with partial proceeds benefitting Food Forward, a group taking fresh produce that would otherwise go to waste, and bringing it to those in need. All ages are welcome, and a full bar will be set up for the 21+ crowd.

Article by Kellie Fell.

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