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Get Out: Food Truck Haven, Rocky Mountain Cuisine and Brewery Art Walk

Care to try some cuisine inspired by the Canadian train line Rocky Mountaineer? (Photo by ahisgett via the LAist Featured Photos pool)
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By Maddy Keavy

FOOD: The Food Truck Haven is a new staple for fans of food trucks and brews on the last Saturday of every month. Angel City Brewery presents the picnic-style event featuring a DJ and 13 food trucks, including trucks like Belly BombZ Korean Wings and Sliders, The Surfer Taco Truck and Cool Cow Feel Good Ice Cream Bar Truck. The event begins at 11 am and will run until 10 pm, and there will be brewery tours all day. Angel City Brewery is located at 216 South Alameda Street in Los Angeles, right in the heart of Little Tokyo. More information can be found by calling (213) 622-1261 or by visiting Angel City online.

COOKING: Join the Executive Chef of the Canadian rail line Rocky Mountaineer at Williams Sonoma for a free cooking demo and food sampling this afternoon. Starting at 3 pm, Chef Jean Pierre Guerin will be debuting recipes from a new cookbook: "Eat, Play Love: Regionally Inspired Cuisine by Rocky Mountaineer." Today’s menu will include roasted pacific sockeye salmon, barley risotto, and tender greens and herbs with onion sprouts. The event is free. Williams Sonoma is located at 339 North Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills. More information can be found by calling (310) 274-9127.

ART: The Fowler Museum offers guests the opportunity to not only look at works of art but discuss them over lunch. Guests will look at five works of art for ten minutes, then join other attendees to talk about their experiences over lunch. The event will begin in the Fowler lobby with lunch to follow, served in Ackerman Union set in a no-host discussion setting. Admission is free and the program begins at 12:30 pm today. More information can be found by visiting the official website here.

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CRAFTS: Today, for one day only, CRAFTED at the Port of Los Angeles will be the spot for the best local and handmade art, vintage or artisanal food from their very own Mom and Pop-Up Shop. In conjunction with the SoCal Etsy Guild, the event will feature live music and DJs set to the backdrop of the sea in San Pedro. With more than 150 vendors, the event runs from 11 am to 6 pm today. More information can be found here.

PHOTO: Paramount Pictures Studios will be hosting Paris Photo today running from noon until 7 pm. Guests are invited to experience a gallery of international photos selected by Paris Photo. Tickets can be purchased online.

ART WALK: Today and tomorrow you can enjoy the free Brewery Art Walk. Walk around the Brewery, talk to the artists and check out their studios and lofts. Peruse the artwork, shop and have a bite to eat. It goes from 11 am to 6 pm at 2100 North Main Street, Unit A10.