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3 Ways To Eat Your Way Through The Weekend

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The weekend is so close you can practically taste it. Here are the edible events going on in the next few days to keep you occupied—and sated, for that matter.

Viewing Party at Tres: Tres by José Andrés—who is no stranger to TV himself—will be hosting a live screening with 2 big screen TVs for prime viewing along with a special Emmy inspired cocktails including "The Don Draper” Classic Manhattan (Mad Men), “Scandalous Sangria” (Scandal); “Big Bang Bellini” (The Big Bang Theory); “Greyjoy Greyhound” (Game of Thrones); and “Breaking Bad Bombay” Gin and Tonic (Breaking Bad). The event will begin at 4 p.m. with the live viewing starting at 5 p.m. on Monday. For more information, call (310) 246.5551 or visit their site here.

Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival: The Los Angeles Food and Wine Festival kicked off last night, launching a four-day debauch on Downtown's Grand Avenue. There'll be cooking demonstrations, appearances from celebrity chefs such as Michael Chiarello and Masaharu Morimoto present this year, and of course, plenty tasting events featuring bites and sips from over 200 wineries from around the globe of delectable dishes.You can find out more info here.

K-Town Night Market 2: If you're looking to escape the mayhem that is LAFW and want to head south, scoot over to the second edition of the K-Town Night Market. There'll be over 20 food trucks and 40 food vendors, a beer garden, an art walk, and live performances by Headlined by David Choi, Jeni Suk, and Jason Yang, the official violinist for Madonna. You can find out more info here. Tickets are $3, but you can get in for free if you put "LAist" in the promo code section.