The Weeknd will stop in Los Angeles for his After Hours Til Dawn Tour over Labor Day Weekend, and to celebrate, Postmates is partnering with the award-winning singer and Monty’s Good Burger to create an After Hours Til Dawn menu.
Monty’s Good Burger will offer a one-time-only meal curated by The Weeknd and inspired by his tour. The meal consists of a double Impossible burger with a limited-edition chipotle ketchup and pickles on a brioche bun, a side of tater tots with spicy habanero dipping sauce, and a limited-edition lemonade with activated charcoal. The $25 meal will be packaged in a limited edition box and will be available exclusively via the Postmates app. They also will offer an After Hours shake, made with oat-based soft serve, white chocolate and cherries.
The Monty’s Good Burger X Postmates After Hours Til Dawn Menu will launch today, and to celebrate, the West Hollywood location will stay open after hours until 3 a.m. for pick-up via the Postmates app. Those that visit the Third Street burger joint will receive a free meal (while supplies last) and have the chance to win tickets to the After Hours Til Dawn concert in Los Angeles on Saturday, Sept. 3.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit XO Humanitarian Fund, powered by United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) and administered by World Food Program USA.
“For the XO Humanitarian Fund we thought it would be amazing to be able to donate money to people suffering from hunger through our work with World Food Program USA and have an After Hours late night meal from one of our favorite places in L.A.,” the artist also known as Abel Tesfaye said in a press release.
Looking for an end-of-summer staycation? The Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is offering a special last-minute Labor Day weekend retreat for LA locals and non-hotel guests. Experiences can be reserved by emailing [email protected].
Package 1: Friday, Sept. 2 and Saturday, Sept. 3 (includes two guests)
-60 minute massage at La Prairie + all-day locker room access
-All-day pool access
-Dinner for two at Jean Georges Beverly Hills
-Cost: $750/ for two
Package 2: Sunday, Sept. 4 and Monday, Sept. 5 (includes two guests)
-60 minute massage at La Prairie
-All-day pool access
-Lunch for two poolside
-Cost: $650/ for two
Trejo’s Tacos has teamed up with Hail Mary Pizza in Atwater Village and Chef David Wilcox, to create a Hail Mary Meatball Taco only available at Trejo’s Tacos and a Trejo’s Barbacoa Mexican Pizza available only at Hail Mary.
The special dishes will be available starting Tuesday, Sept. 6 through the month of the September, and to kick off the collab, Trejo’s Hail Mary will host a celebration at Trejo’s Tacos Hollywood Cantina with owner Danny Trejo and Chef Wilcox, for an evening of the limited-time dishes and live music.
Trejo’s Hollywood, La Brea and Santa Monica will serve celebrated Hail Mary meatballs in a taco made with burnt Monterey Jack, Asadero, and Mozzarella cheeses on a flour tortilla, topped with chipotle crema, arugula, and shredded Parmesan. Or dive into a Trejo barbacoa brisket Hail Mary Pizza with house-smoked mozzarella, tomato sauce, and local organic sweet corn, finished with toasted coriander créma, cilantro and sea salt.
Dear Bella Creamery releases their fall menu today, which includes new seasonal favorites, classic Thanksgiving desserts with a signature AAPI spin, and a new collaboration with FINE & RAW that brings a scoop of Brooklyn to Los Angeles.
Fans of the all-natural, plant-based creamery can expect new seasonal flavors like Kabocha Pie, an AAPI take on the classic American pie churned with slow-roasted Japanese squash, Frankenmint featuring mint ice cream with bloody swirls of strawberry sauce and chunks of chocolate sandwich cookies; and Honee Cornbread featuring cornflake ice cream sweetened with bee-free honee and pieces of house-made honee cornbread. Owners Chef Belinda Wei and Alice Cherng team up with Brooklyn’s sustainably sourced bean-to-bar chocolatiers FINE & RAW to release a limited edition collection of ice creams and chocolate bars.
LA Weekly Food Editor Michele Stueven joins Andrew Harris live on the SoCal Restaurant Radio Show Saturday, Sept. 3 at 10:00 a.m., for some local food chat. Chef Andrew Gruel will be on for Ask The Chef and Al Manicini from Vegas also will be chiming in. The show streams in real-time via the website, for those without access to an AM radio, or outside California at http://player.streamguys.com/klaa/sgplayer/player.php. For those in SoCal for radio listening, it’s 830 on the AM radio band.
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