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Our picks of places to go + things to do to make the most of your August.

EAT + DRINK HERE → LA Food & Wine Festival August 21 - 24. Now in its fifth year, the four-day event showcases the finest in food and drink culture throughout the City of Angels, with special events and dinners hosted by culinary darlings from across the nation, including Tyler Florence, Kevin Nashan, and Sarah Gruenberg. The festival kicks off on Thursday with a walk-around tasting event where guests have the opportunity to sample dishes from several of the city’s most exciting culinary neighborhoods and culminates in the Lexus Grand Tasting event at Santa Monica’s Barker Hangar.

DON’T MISS THIS → CatCon August 12 & 13. If you’re the type who can’t resist a good cat

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Our picks of places to go + things to do to make the most of your July.

EAT HERE → Santa Monica’s Sunset Park district just scored more cool points with the arrival of neighborhood restaurant, Lunetta. The counterpart to restauranteur Raphael Lunetta’s much-buzzed about lunch spot, Lunetta All Day, this dimly lit, dinner-only spot boasts a sleek, midcentury interior and elegant carved wood bar perfect for sipping martinis and making small talk. The menu includes everything from grass-fed burgers to Pasilla Negro Rubbed Grilled Carnitas, big salads, and an impressive cocktail menu.

DRINK HERE → Hollywood is getting a little plusher with its newest addition to the neighborhood scene, Filifera. Perched atop the Hollywood Proper Residences, the

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Our picks of places to go + things to do to make the most out of your June.

EAT HERE → Gratitude in Beverly Hills. This plant-based eatery, which opened last month, is the new hotspot in town. From the folks at Cafe Gratitude, this location features health-conscious drinks and food that follows a similar suit to their other outposts (see: Cafe Gratitude and Gracias Madre). The menu, designed by Executive Chef Dreux Ellis, features several Cafe Gratitude fan favorites, including the mole enchiladas and pad thai kelp noodles. Need more of a pick-me-up? Try one of the restaurant's exquisitely crafted cocktail creations from Beverage Director Jason Eisner, like the Turmeric Mule, featuring cold-pressed turmeric and essential oils, and the Cleansetini,

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Our picks of places to go + things to do to make the most out of your April.

HEAD TO → The 14th Factory, an interactive art space created by Simon Birch, has transformed an empty warehouse in downtown Los Angeles. Birch and his collaborators take you on a journey through their work in 14 spaces comprised of installation, sculpture, painting, video and performance art. Expect to see unique installations like a replica of 2001: A Space Odyssey and "The Crusher," a room with hundreds of pitchforks hanging from the ceiling. Definitely not to be missed, the space is open Tuesday - Sunday until April 30.

DON'T MISS → California Poppy Festival April 22 - 23. Finally a reason to be thankful for all the rain we had this year— the beautiful flowers

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Our picks of places to go + things to do to make the most out of your April.

DRINK HERE → Hops and Hopes Craft Beer Festival on Saturday, April 25, inside the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. This all-day bash combines philanthropy and beer on behalf of Beer Autism Hope, a non-profit raising awareness and support for autism. General admission tickets run $50, while VIP ticket holders earn an extra hour of drinking and exclusive tastings for $80. OR HERE → LA Brewery Artwalk, a bi-yearly gathering inviting the community to visit more than 100 participating studios spread across the Brewery’s 16 acre campus. In between paintings and sculptures, be sure to hit the central beer garden and on-site restaurant—best of all, the event is completely free.


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