Kickin’ it old school on a ‘New Order Monday’ at Beer Belly

Tell me, how do I feel?

Mondays just aren’t your thing, you miss the days when buying a meal meant receiving a free toy, and your haircut was akin to a family group of ocean-birds. Beer Belly in Koreatown is offering a solution to your pesky problems. Introducing New Order Mondays – when never before seen menu items will be revealed along with a selection of 80’s music including, you guessed it, New Order. Guests wanting to know the items on next week’s menu can check Beer Belly’s Facebook or Twitter.

Beer Belly will also be instituting changes to its happy hour menu (everyday until 7PM) which will now include food specials, 50 cent hot wings, $4 Duck Fat Fries, and a $15 Hoppy Meal (duck fat fries, a dozen jidori chicken wings, and a craft beer).  Happy hour also means all draft beers are $1 off. 532 S. Western Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90020. 213-387-2337.

La Poubelle Bistro in Hollywood launches weekend bottomless mimosa brunch

Starting Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 AM

Drinking in the mornings is absolutely okay! Especially Bloody Mary’s or Mimosas. In this case, Mimosas. La Poubelle Bistro in Hollywood is launching “Bottomless Mimosa Brunch” starting Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 AM. $15 will get you bottomless Kir Royal and Bellini’s. Executive Chef Johnny Zone is cooking up French breakfast featuring dishes like: Breakfast Crepe (eggs scramble, fresh ricotta, heirloom tomato, Applewood smoked bacon, basil) for $10; and Tartine Parisienne (two eggs any stle, merguez sausage, harissa, arugula, heirloom tomato, on an open-faced Ciabatta) for $11. See the entire menu here. 5907 Franklin Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90068. 323-465-0807.

Taco Asylum undergoes an imaginative takeover for a day

With chef Ryan Carson

If you’ve never eaten at a restaurant with no actual location (pop-up!), here’s you’re chance. For the first time in Orange County, chef Ryan Carson will be hosting his touring restaurant, ‘Pri-vē, at Taco Asylum. Taco Asylum is a gourmet taco restaurant at The CAMP in Costa Mesa that pulls from a wide array of global cuisines, showcasing ingredients ranging from Mediterranean-style grilled octopus to East Indian-style curried paneer. Read More