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Food

Meatless Monday: Vegan Happy Hour at STREET

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Chefs Kajsa Alger and Susan Feniger just launched a new happy hour at STREET in Hollywood, which showcases the vibrant flavors of their globally-inspired kitchen. And all of the bar bites can be made animal free, perfect for Meatless Monday.

Dishes include: Japanese fried chicken (or tofu) bites called tatsutage with yuzo kosho sauce, spiced potato samosas; "laundry day fritters" made with red bean and rice and topped with hot sauce, crema, and scallions; and Feniger's famous kaya toast smothered with coconut jam, soft egg, dark soy and white pepper all are on the HH special list for $6.

Now for the important bit -- the drinks. $5 tipples are rarity in this town, even in L.A.'s best dive bars. But from 5 p.m.-7 p.m., beer and wine come for a five spot at STREET. Well, on weekdays, that is.

And here's another gimme that you don't see often in L.A.: valet parking will be discounted to $5 during that time, so you don't lose your savings on parking -- or a parking ticket for that matter.

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