Heading to the Hollywood Bowl this summer? STREET’s World Flavor Bento Boxes are Back! Call 24 hours in advance and they have your custom meals ready for pick up on your way to the concert. There are a number of main dishes to choose from, including Malaysian stir fry noodle and Ethiopian beef stew. They will even run the food out to your car!
For a picnic that’s a little more upscale, Petrossian Boutique & Restaurant offers a gourmet picnic basket for the season. The signature picnic basket includes 30g Classic Transmontanus Caviar · 10 blinis · Small Crème Fraîche · 2 oz slice of Petrossian Foie Gras preserved in Armagnac · .25 LB Hand-sliced Smoked Salmon · House-made Pickles · Petrossian Raspberry Jam · Caper berries · Baguette · 6 Assorted French chocolates selected from our boutique · 6 Assorted cookies from the boutique and kitchen · 375mL Louis Roederer Brut Premier all for the bargain price of $250; serves 4-6 people. they will also custom-make picnic baskets for parties of any size with at least 2 hours advance notice. Recommend ordering in advance by calling (310) 271-0576
LA Market Restaurant by Kerry Simon at LA Live has partnered with Regal Cinemas to offer a great deal on dinner and a movie. For only $30 treat yourself to a 3-course dinner at LA Market and any movie at Regal Cinemas located conveniently across the street.
Suzanne Tracht’s Jar is celebrating summer with a weekly Monday menu of “Lobster-centric three course menus including summer dessert and a specialty cocktail paring crafted by Bartendress Margo Tyler.” $55 per guest for menu only; no substitutions, menus subject to change. Request Lobster Monday when making reservations. 5:30pm-11pm.
Outdoor Japanese beer garden at Chaya Downtown is the place to enjoy grilled Yakitori skewers and Izakaya dishes along with Japanese brews, sake flights, and an 18-Year Blended Whiskey. Starting Tuesday, June 5th through Friday, August 21, Chaya Downtown celebrates summer on its outdoor patio on weekday evenings. Just remember as you’re guzzling that sake sangria, it’s a school night.
Photo of Bento Box courtesy of STREET
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