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6 Exciting Things To Do & Eat Between November 10th-14th

Pop-ups, pies, and getting drunk at museums.

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Updated November 10th, 2021

We don’t care about all the rumors that it’s going to be 90 degrees this weekend - it’s holiday season, and that means you’ll find us happily sweating it out in hunter-green turtlenecks for the next few days. You’ll also find us at any of these events. From eating Chicago-style hot dogs to getting drunk inside a museum, here is what we’re looking forward to this week.



If you’re like us and already know there’s zero chance you’re baking your own pie for Thanksgiving this year, pre-order from Chainsaw starting this Thursday, November 11th. The Eastside pop-up makes some of our favorite desserts in the city, and this year, they’re selling an apple-strawberry-date pie and their famous passionfruit + lime icebox pie for Thanksgiving. Note: Don’t procrastinate, they will sell out. Looking for other Thanksgiving takeout options? Here are 30 more.

Comfy Pup

Indie Brewing Company

$$$$ 2350 Sunrise Street

Chicago-style hot dog purists, listen up. After a month-long hiatus, Midwestern comfort food stand ComfyPup is popping up this Sunday, November 15th at Indie Brew Co. in Boyle Heights from 1-5pm. Expect Italian beef sandwiches, pork tenderloins, and absolutely no ketchup on hot dogs.

Brewsology Beer Fest

Brewsology Beer Fest

$$$$ 700 Exposition Park Dr

Does your dream night entail getting kind of drunk while walking around a science museum? If so, snag tickets to Brewsology Beer Fest. The one-night-only event is being held on Saturday, November 13th at the California Science Center from 7-11pm. There will be close to 50 different brewers present and guests will have special access to museum exhibits and science demonstrations.



$$$$ 751 N Virgil Ave

Over in Virgil Village, Melody has another fantastic line-up this week, including Malli, a Mexican-inspired Jewish pop-up, running from Thursday, November 11th through Saturday, the 13th, and Budonoki on Sunday, the 14th. The pop-up izakaya will serve everything from karaage and char sui pork jowl to two different types of oshizushi.

Swift Cafe

Swift Cafe

$$$$ 4279 Crenshaw Boulevard

The excellent Leimert Park cafe is hosting a special Friendsgiving Brunch this Sunday, November 14th. At $54 per person, the five-course meal will include dishes ranging from short rib and eggs to sweet potato pancakes with cognac, plus their signature apple pie martini. Call 323-815-4418 for reservations and check out our Where To Have Thanksgiving Dinner In LA guide for more holiday options.


Pearl River Deli

$$$$ 727 N Broadway #130

Pearl River Deli in Chinatown is hosting not one, but two different pop-ups this weekend that have our eye. First up, there’s katsu curry specialist Gatsu Gatsu on Thursday, November 11th and then on Sunday, the 14th is Azizam. The Persian pop-up will be making everything from barbari bread and kofteh tabrizi to saffron and rosewater ice cream sandwiches. Pre-orders available here.

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