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My Daily Find Fave Loteria Grill in Studio City has a new and improved Happy Hour from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. with a special Posadas Happy Hour Food ($6-$8) and Cocktail Menu (half off), including tacos, quesadillas, tostaditos, churros and margaritas.


Prosciutto & Arugula White Pizza

Barney’s Beanery has introduced a new menu, including: Individual sized Prosciutto & Arugula White Pizza, a Mushroom Appetizer (sautéed in a Marsala Wine Sauce over Toasted French Baguette and sprinkled with Melted Cheese), Tri-Tip Black Bean Chili – winning recipe of the 2010 West Hollywood Firefighters’ Chili Cook-off is a slow-cooked mixture of sirloin, black beans and spices simmered to perfection, and The Chili Sampler – servings up 5 different tastes of our famous delicious chili, including The Classic, Texas, Turkey, Fireman’s and Veggie, with chips and toppings of cheese, sour cream and onions.

MDF Fave Tony’s Darts Away in Burbank is building up to the holiday season doing what they do best: lots and lots of beer! For the next three weeks, Tuesday’s at Tony’s will be getting nice and toasty with specialty beer nights that celebrate the holidays. Festivities run 6p.m. – close every Tuesday night. December 6th: Tony’s will be hosting Golden Road Brewing as they premiere their two brand new Holiday brews: Rye on the Palate, a rich red rye ale; and the Schwartz Stout, a smooth, rich and creamy traditional dry Irish style nitro stout.  December 13thWinter Wonderland: A $20, “super flight” card will allow guests to try any 8 winter beers throughout the evening, including (but not limited to): Lost Coast Winterbraun, AVBC Winter Solstice, Eagle Rock Jubilee, Moylan’s Winter Warmer, H24 Holiday Ale, Port Santa’s Little Helper and Lost Abbey Gift of the Magi.  December 20th12 Beers of Christmas with Hanger24. Twelve Hanger24 beers will be available on draft all night, including their Holiday Ale and a cask of their specialty Chocolate Porter with Maple Syrup. It’s the perfect way to warm up for the holidays.


Cookies for a Koz is now in Home Goods!

My Daily Find fave, Calabasas based Cookies for a Koz can now be found in 370 plus Home Goods stores coast to coast.

Gyu-Kaku is having an En-Kai Party Festival through January 16. That means $2.95 Kalbi Short Ribs (reg. $4.95) and $5 Sake (reg. $7.95). Also quite the deal is All Day Happy Hour Mondays with apps half off, .99 cent beer and BBQ items starting at $2.95. Also, spend $50 on a gift card and get a $10 gift certificate in return.

On December 10th, the Culinary Historians of Southern California will present Joan Nathan speaking on “Food of the Jews of France.” 10:30 a.m. at the Los Angeles Public Library Mark Taper Auditorium, Downtown Central Library, 630 W. 5th St.  A reception with themed refreshments will follow the talk at approximately 11:30 a.m.

Have Breakfast with Santa at Descanso Gardens on December 10 and 11 (seatings at 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.) with traditional brunch favorites and a visit from Santa himself, plus cookie decorating. Stroll the gardens before or after your meal. $45 members, $53 non-members; $19 children 4 to 12; free 3 and younger. Reservations required.

Karen Young is the Founder/Editor of MyDailyFind.com. Got news? Ideas? Email karen@mydailyfind.com

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  • Cheryl

    Found Roberta’s COOKIES FOR A KOZ in the Home Goods store off of Michigan Avenue in Chicago over Thanksgiving weekend! These are so cute, 6 individually wrapped cookies in a box and they make a great, affordable gift!!

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