Food & Drink

The Weekend Playbook: Smoked whiskies, spiked milkshakes, and, um, sexts

Kaya toast at Street, Los Angeles

Event of the Week: Sunday's Art Beyond the Glass II's a kind of booze/art mash-up, where bartenders from the Tasting Kitchen, Pour Vous, Seven Grand, and more will be showing off their art, musical talents, and mixology skills at the LA Athletic Club to benefit Artshare L.A.. See what’s beyond the glass here

Thursday, June 27thIf you like sexting and selfies, from 730-1030p BOA SOA Gallery’s got a “SextMe” exhibit of photos sure to #makeyoublush. Here's more SFW info

Venture down to Marina Del Rey, where Café Del Rey’s hosting a Mediterranean-inspired, four-course wine dinner in cahoots with Freemark Abbey. Preview the menu hereFriday, June 28thThe dudes from Komodo are throwing an old-school block party down at Pico and Robertson with a bevy of food trucks, including LudoTruck, The Grilled Cheese Truck, Schmuck Truck, and more, plus live music. Get the 411 here

Saturday, June 29thJoin the LA Scotch Club for a “Peatin’ Meetin” over at UCLA’s Sunset Canyon area, where Irish rock bands provide the soundtrack as you sip a whole lotta smoked whiskies. Reserve your spot now

Sunday, June 30thForty-plus breweries converge on Shade Hotel for “Waves of Grain”, an afternoon event where you can soak up the alcohol with BBQ goodness and a whole roasted pig. For info or tix, call 310-546-4995 or click here

Alcoholic milkshake madness ensues at BLD on Beverly from 5p ‘til close -- get 'em spiked with flavors like bourbon pecan and cinnamon marshmallow with Cointreau. Peep what’s in store here

Monday, July 1stToday marks the start of Street’s $35 bottomless menu (avail on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday), from which you can order all the dinner entrees you want from 5-10p. Peep the whole menu here

Tuesday, July 2ndGet yourself to the Grove for Short Order’s Summer Cocktail Launch Party. On the cheap(ish), you’ll get to try the new farmer’s market menu, brunch, and late-night cocktails, plus new boozy shakes. See the current menu here

Ongoing:David Feau, that guy whose food you dug at The Royce, is now the resident chef at downtown’s Le Ka, doling out goodness like homemade papparadelle w/ squid & chorizo. See what other French-Californian eats he’s cooking up here

Did we miss something? Do you know of an event that's better than a sext show or bottomless brunch? Well, then, tell us below!!