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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 $10 buckets! The game starts at 12 p.m., Henry’s Hat opens at 11:30 a.m.
The Frugal Fe$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, BargainBabeLA.com. 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 Goldstar.com, 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.
The Next Food Network Star Viewing Party with Finalist Debbie Lee
This evening, Gyenari Korean BBQ & Lounge in Culver City is excited to welcome Debbie Lee, a finalist on Food Network’s “The Next Food Network Star” to join forces with Executive Chef Robert A. Benson for a fun viewing party at the restaurant, complete with a special menu of Korean- and Southern-inspired dishes from Debbie Lee. Debbie’s menu will be served all night long in addition to the regular dinner menu. “The Next Food Network Star” will be shown on multiple flat screen TVs throughout the restaurant from 9 - 10 p.m. PST. Call (310) 838-3131 to make your dinner reservations.
Art Directors Guild Film Society Screening: Black Narcissus
The Art Directors Guild (ADG) Film Society and American Cinematheque (AC) are honoring Production Designer Alfred Junge with a screening of Black Narcissus (1947) tonight at 5:30 pm at the Egyptian Theatre (6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood), with a focus on designing for three-strip Technicolor. Cinematographer John Hora ASC (Twilight Zone: The Movie, Gremlins), and Visual Effects Designer and Artist Harrison Ellenshaw (The Black Hole, TRON), will participate in a panel discussion after the film. General admission: $10. American Cinematheque members: $7. Students/Seniors with valid ID: $8. 24-hour ticket information is available at 323-466-FILM (3456).
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