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Food

Where To Get Tipsy On 6 Cent Martinis This Tuesday

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It's no easy feat to make it 6 years in the restaurant industry. There's that old myth about how nine out of 10 restaurants fail within the first year, and though that's been debunked, it's still a big deal to hang around in the ever-changing dining scene of Los Angeles. To toast the fact that they've made it not one, but six years in the biz, Little Dom's on Hillhurst is hosting a fete tomorrow to celebrate.

Chef Brandon Boudet will be offering up $.06 cent Russian Standard Martinis tomorrow all day long at the Los Feliz restaurant, meaning the start of your week just got a little bit sweeter. He'll also be doing a prixe-fixe dinner menu including $16 oysters on the half shell (quite a bit cheaper than the $25-ish range that you see around town these days), and osso bucco for $24. The regular menu, including their famous arancini balls, will be available as well.

Little Dom's has long been one of our favorite brunch spots in L.A., and we're happy to know that their cheap weekend bottles of prosecco and dog-friendly patio won' the going anywhere anytime soon.