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Get Out: Gold Cup Brunch, Frugal Fe$tival, Foodie Viewing Dinner, Black Narcissus

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Gold Cup Brunch
New Cahuenga Pass pub Henry's Hat is putting on a brunch to go with their showing of the Gold Cup championship soccer (or futbol) game (on multiple flat screens and a 5-by-5 projection screen in The Den). You can order either a Mexico brunch or an American: For Mexico, spicy Chilaquiles are on the brunch menu ($8) and the Henry’s Mission Burger with Niman Ranch ground beef, bacon, pepper jack cheese, jalapenos, grilled onions, and avocado will be offered at a discounted $6 (reg $9); For the US, Hank’s All-American Breakfast (two eggs any style, bacon, sausage, home-fried potatoes, and toast) is $8 (reg $10.50) and the All-American Burger with Niman Ranch ground beef, American cheese, shredded iceberg lettuce, onions, dill pickles, and special sauce on a sesame seed bun is just $6 (reg $8) Bonus: if Mexico takes the lead at any point in the game, Tecate will be offered for just $2 with $10 buckets! And if the US takes the lead, $2 Pabst and $10 buckets! The game starts at 12 p.m., Henry’s Hat opens at 11:30 a.m.

Frugal Fe$tival
The Frugal Fe$tival is a one-of-a-kind celebration of being frugal! Guests can bring coupons to exchange, get free professional financial advice, recycle old electronics, get frugal cooking recipes, exchange books, participate in a free swap meet, enter our free raffle, and get a demo of LA’s newest money-saving website, Raffle prizes include Frugal Fe$tival T-shirts, copies of The Scavengers’ Manifesto and the 99 Cent Only Stores Cookbook, two $20 Gelsons gift cards, two $25 gift certificates to, a Toshiba laptop, and a $100 cash prize. The Frugal Fe$tival is July 26 from 1-4 p.m. at Woodley Park in Van Nuys and is free and open to the public.