Disco Court at La Peer Hotel
From drag shows to one-night-only dinners at L.A.’s best restaurants, here’s everything happening in L.A. in June.
Website/ 8490 Sunset Blvd 90069
In honor of Pride Month, the 1 Hotel West Hollywood is offering a special day pass so that locals can enjoy the hotel and 20 percent of proceeds will be donated to The Trevor Project. It offers a selection of activities, including relaxing at the pool in a cabana and accessing the Bamford Wellness Spa. Bookings are now open.
Website/ 1717 Vine St 90028
From June 23 to 25, chef Najat Kaanache will lead the June edition of The Aster’s Food as Art pop-up. The immersive culinary experience will transport diners to Morocco via dishes inspired by Kaanache’s travels. Reservations are now open.
Website/ 24 Windward Ave 90291
One June 28 at 7 p.m., Belle’s Beach House will team up with Madre Mezcal for a three-course dinner featuring a menu and cocktail pairings put together by executive chef Sydney Hunter and beverage director Julien Calella. Dishes include avocado crispy rice, huli huli chicken and Tahitian creme fraiche panna cotta.
Website/ 1100 S Broadway 90015
On June 29, Caldo Verde continues its visiting chefs/restaurateurs/food connoisseurs series with an evening inspired by Frankie Gaw’s First Generation. The menu includes cold ramen noodle salad, black vinegar barbecue beef brisket gua bao, grilled snapper, cinnamon toast crunch butter mochi and more choices. Reservations are now open.
Website/ 555 Flower St 90071
On June 29 from 6 to 9 p.m., City Club LA will host the Chandon Secret Social Pride Party at its recently launched Secret Garden pop-up. The evening will feature appetizers, a welcome cocktail, live music and more surprises. Cocktails and a la carte dishes will also be available for purchase. Tickets are now available.
On June 22 from 9 to 10 p.m., the Silver Lake and Venice bars will celebrate its new summer cocktail menu with half-price cocktails.
Website/ 4661 Silva St 90712
Starting June 23, The Friends Experience will open near Long Beach where fans of the beloved show can revisit some of the series’ most iconic moments with this interactive experience created by Original X Productions (OGX), Warner Bros. Themed Entertainment and Warner Bros. Television Group.
Website/ 1532 N Western Ave 90027
On June 23 at Honey’s at Star Love, Honey’s, Lex and Future Gin will come together for a night of cocktails, music and more in support of the Trans Lifeline, a nonprofit organization serving transgender people by offering phone support and microgrants. Set to music from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. by Saturn Risin9 and IdealBlackFemale, the evening will feature a Future Gin spin on Honey’s Army & Navy cocktail.
Website/ 10250 Santa Monica Blvd 90067
From June 23 to 25, Jaeger-LeCoultre will present The Golden Ratio Musical Show at the Westfield Century City atrium. The sound and light show will be projected onto a waterfall during the evening, which features music by Tøkio Myers. Guests can also experience the waterfall during the daytime when it will feature other shapes and animations. There will be complimentary beverages and chocolate from Nomadic 1931 Cafe.
Website/ 6250 Hollywood Blvd 90028
On June 25, July 23 and Aug. 20, opt to book the Grand Margarita Summer Encounter on Resortpass for the ultimate pool day at the W Hollywood Hotel. Presented by Grand Marnier, the elevated cabana experience includes day passes to the pool for up to six people; a private poolside luxury cabana; plush sofa seating; two lounge chairs; personal server; cabana concierge and a custom tote with a handheld fabric fan, Turkish towel, Bluetooth speaker and more.
Website/ 1518 N Cahuenga Blvd 90028
On June 27, Grandmaster Recorders will debut its seasonal musical dining series celebrating the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who recorded The Getaway within the former studio’s wall in 2016. Soundtracked to the Chili's greatest hits, the hot and spicy five-course menu highlights the pepper in all its forms. Later in the year, the series will dedicate evenings to The Smashing Pumpkins and U2. Reservations are now open.
Website/ 2301 N Highland Ave 90068
On Wednesdays and Sundays at the Hollywood Bowl, its Market Tasting Series lets guests gather three hours before performance time and meet celebrated vintners and beverage professionals and partake in complimentary wine tasting. Find the full schedule here.
On June 23, at both its La Brea and WeHo locations, Irv’s Burgers will serve up the Flamin’ Hot Combo in honor of the recent release of Searchlight Picture’s Flamin’ Hot. The meal includes Irv's Double Cheeseburger with grilled onions, pickles, special Irv’s sauce and Flamin' Hot seasoning; a side of Flamin' Hot Fries and a soft drink. Also, at the La Brea location, there will be a Tapatio mascot that will have custom Tapatio bottles for the first 50 customers who buy the combo.
Website/ 500 Broadway 90401
On June 24 from 3 to 5 p.m., The Park Santa Monica and Wags & Walks are putting on a special dog adoption event that includes complimentary beer and wine, rooftop views and plenty of playtime with adoptable, adorable pups.
Website/ 16101 Ventura Blvd 91436
On June 29, Pasta|Bar will host three seatings of a special dinner in partnership with Lost Explorer Mezcal. Paired with curated cocktails, chef/owner Phillip Frankland Lee will create Mezcal-enhancing twists on his signature menu. Reservations are now open.
Website/ 26800 Mulholland Hwy 91302
On June 24, Rosé Day Los Angeles will take over King Gillette Ranch for a day of live music, DJs, luxury brand and fashion activations, food, art, photo moments, games and more. Champagne, wine and spirits include Perrier-Jouët, G.H. Mumm et Cie, Château Sainte Marguerite, Rumor, La Fête du Rosé, Absolut Elyx, Código 1530 Tequila, Dos Hombres Mezcal, Mamitas and Joyo.
Website/ 8615 Sunset Blvd 90069
On Fridays in June, diners who order a bottle of Saltie Girl Rosé will receive a complimentary half-dozen oysters, which come with Brightland’s new red wine vinegar, Trellis.
Website/ 813 Flower St 90017
On June 23, The Wayfarer DTLA will host its next Meet the Makers dinner with WhistlePig Whiskey. The evening will include a WhistlePig Whiskey tasting flight paired with a three-course barbecue-inspired dinner and a take-home souvenir. Tickets are now available.
As the US Open takes place June 15 to 18 at The Los Angeles Country Club, Amex has teamed up with Hypebeast and L.A.-based Metalwood Studio on a special merch collection. The collaboration includes a crew neck sweatshirt, t-shirt, bucket hat and driver head cover and fans at the Open can visit the Amex Card Member Lounge (third hole) where they can acquire and mint their very own POAP (Proof of Attendance Protocol), which gives exclusive access to the collection on HBX.com. Also on site, Amex has a food garden (featuring L.A. favorites like Kogi BBQ) and fan services and cardholders receive 10 percent off purchases at all on-site concessions.
Timed to the launch of Avaline’s Sauvignon Blanc, the Cameron Diaz and Katherine Power-owned organic and vegan wine brand has partnered with Goop Kitchen on a seasonally inspired salad inspired by Diaz’s own recipe. Complementing the sauvignon blanc’s notes of rose petal and pink grapefruit, Cameron’s Summer Crunch Salad features gem lettuce, mango slaw, snow peas, carrots, cucumbers, fresh herbs (cilantro, mint, and basil) and avocado, and is served with a side of puffed rice, candied cashews and GCC cashew vinaigrette.
Website/ 260 Portofino Way 90277
On June 21 at 5 p.m., The Portofino Hotel & Marina restaurant will host a special wine dinner to kick off the official start of the summer season. Featuring wines from Gerard Bertrand vineyards, the evening features a four-course dinner with highlights like duck breast tartare, seafood paella, roasted lamb loin and blackberry champagn sorbet. Reservations are now open.
Website/ 10250 Santa Monica Blvd 90067
Eataly Los Angeles’ new coastal Italian restaurant, Capri, will continue its guest chef series throughout the month. On June 21, chef David LeFevre and chef de cuisine Alice Mai of Fishing with Dynamite helm the kitchen, while chef Jason Gonzalez leads the way on June 28. There will also be a special crudo menu and curated wine pairing each week. Reservations are open.
Website/ 4720 Woodman Ave 91423
On June 21, chefs Roy Elam is teaming up with vegan advocate and cook Miyoko Schinner on a five-course dinner of plant-based dishes that highlight premier seasonal produce and their respective cooking styles. Proceeds from the evening will go toward Rancho Compasión, Miyoko’s farmed animal sanctuary in northern California where she and her team care for rescued farmed animals. Tickets are now available.
Website/ 2025 Avenue of the Stars 90067
The U.S. Open of Golf has taken over Los Angeles, and the Fairmont Century Plaza has joined in on the fun. Fans at the tournament can visit the esteemed hotel’s programming and activations, such as the putting green. But if aren’t attending, fear not: the Fairmont Century Plaza has you covered. It is decked out in tournament decor and is serving the Open’s official cocktail, Dewar’s Lemon Wedge, at the Lemon Wedge Pop-Up Bar. Those who visit the pop-up throughout the weekend will also be invited to partake in the hotel’s putting green.
Website/ 6801 Hollywood Blvd. 90028
On June 19 from noon to 4 p.m., Ovation Hollywood will host its annual Juneteenth celebration, which will feature live music, a photo booth, a Black-owned business marketplace and more.
Website/ 3324 Verdugo Rd 90065
On June 17 from 5 to 10 p.m., Lemon Poppy Kitchen will host a Transylvania-inspired pop-up called Sour Cherry. Fresh off travels to the Romanian region, chef/owner Anca Caliman (formerly of Parsnip) and L.A. chef/creative Eden Batki (formerly of Elf Cafe & Dune Kitchen) will whip up dishes inspired by their Romanian and Hungarian roots.
Website/ 115 S Fairfax Ave 90036
Starting June 30, Netflix will host a limited-time run of an elevated dining experience from some of its shows' best chefs. Netflix Bites will spotlight the likes of Dominique Crenn (Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend), Rodney Scott (Chef’s Table: BBQ), Ming Tsai (Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend), Ann Kim (Chef's Table: Pizza), Nadiya Hussain (Nadiya Bakes), Jacques Torres (Nailed It!) and Andrew Zimmern (Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend), who will team up to develop a special tasting menu. The one-of-a-kind meal will be paired with custom cocktails by mixologists from Drink Masters, such as Kate Gerwin, LP O’Brien, Frankie Solarik and Julie Reiner. It will be open 5 to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday, in addition to 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.
Website/ 1 Pico 90405
Commemorating three decades of operations, Shutters on the Beach is celebrating all throughout June. Timed to National Rosé Month, hotel guests and locals alike can enjoy a specialized selection of rosé each day in the Living Room or al fresco Courtyard. In addition, the Shutters Courtyard has debuted Bubblez and Jazz Brunch, which takes place every Saturday. Set to music by the Seaside Jazz Trio, diners can feast on tapas-style benedicts, brunch classics and more. You can also find pink elsewhere across the hotel, including pink cocktails at 1Pico; specialty rose desserts at Coast Beach Café and Bar; frosé at the pool terrace; a picture-perfect blooming wall at the entrance and, if you select a pink shade for a manicure or pedicure at One Spa, you will be treated to a complimentary glass of rosé after in the Living Room.
Website/ 10250 Santa Monica Blvd 90067
From June 15 to 18, the Westfield Century City’s atrium is being transformed by the USGA. As the US Open takes place over at the Los Angeles Country Club, the atrium's free golf fan festival will present live watch parties; performances by musician Kelley James, DJs Jayceeoh and TJ Mizell, the U.S. Army SixStrings Soldiers Band; a comedy show hosted by Conor Moore; celebrity appearances; an EA Sports gaming experience and other interactive activities.
Website/ 1440 S Lincoln Blvd 90291
On June 20 from 5 to 7 p.m., Ysidro Sake Spritz will pop up at Zinqué Venice’s bodega, à côté, for an evening of refreshing Ysidro-based cocktails, including the Japanese Paloma, Super Spritz and Ysidro 75. The event will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
Website/ 8700 W 3rd St 90048
On June 15, A.O.C. will host an evening celebrating the exceptional Spanish wines of visionary winemaker Raúl Pérez, who will be in attendance. The wines are curated by wine director Caroline Styne, which will be paired with chef Suzanne Goin’s end-of-spring menu, which itself is inspired by her love of the Pérez collection. Reservations for the four-course paired dinner are available on OpenTable.
Website/ 8430 Sunset Blvd 90069
On June 9, Wolfgang Puck’s Merois launches Bar Merois. It will have extended hours on Friday and Saturday nights and will be open until 1 a.m. on the Merois patio and at the pool of the Pendry West Hollywood. Set to outstanding views of the city, Bar Merois will feature a rotating weekly DJ; Friday and Saturday dinner service through summer; a revised cocktail menu featuring Merois’ popular drinks like the Samurai Sword and bar bites, such as Karaage Chicken, Lobster Spring Rolls and DanDan Fries.
Website/ 4799 Commons Way 91302
On June 10, The Commons at Calabasas will launch its 25-year anniversary celebration with Summerfest BBQ. Taking place from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., the family-freindly event will feature live music, a beer and wine garden, face painting, balloon artists, photo moments, the chance to meet and support local first responders, bites from Uncle Al’s and Uncle Ron’s BBQ Food Trucks and Fry Day and sweet treats from Jeni’s Ice Cream, Porta Via, La La Land Kind Cafe, Fresh Brothers and Toscanova and more. Tickets are now available.
Website/ 6516 Selma Ave 90028
From 2 p.m. to sunset on Sundays all summer long, Desert 5 Spot hosts a weekly pop-up of local vendors, poolside DJs, specialty cocktails, taco carts and more.
Website/ 1034 Montana Ave 90403
On June 7, FaceGym will debut its newest location in Santa Monica. The studio will offer the full workout menu (including the celebrity pre-red carpet favorite Cryo Contour) and the brand new signature skin reset tri-technology workout.
Website/ 822 Washington Blvd 90292
Formerly Nueva, island-inspired cocktail bar Gin Rummy is now open. The 200-seat space offers an inventive, playful craft cocktail bar program and menu by beverage directors Marcus Ragas and Danilo Kim. The lineup includes categories like frozen rummys, tiki, highball, no booze and cocktails for for.
Website/ 8917 Melrose Ave 90069
Taking place at its newest Melrose location on June 15, Great White will host a pop-up dinner with chef Molly Baz. In celebration of the spring releases from her wine label, Drink This Wine, the menu was crafted by Baz and Great White executive chef Juan Ferreiro and will feature Baz’s original recipes and twists on signature Great White Dishes. Reservations are available on Resy.
Website/ 1260 S Figueroa St 90015
The Moxy & AC Hotel DTLA has launched its new programming. The lineup includes Friday Beers Presents: The Girls On Guys Comedy Show at Bar Moxy on June 7 and high-energy cardio workouts on June 11 and 24 by Kim Kardashian’s personal trainer, FitGurlMel. Also, every Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m., Moxy hosts Sunset Sounds at the La Lo La Rooftop. The sunset event features a variety of live music, tapas and sangria.
Website/ 9070 W Venice Blvd
On June 11 at Media Park in Culver City, No Kid Hungry returns with Taste of the Nation for an afternoon of exceptional eats, curated drinks and delectable desserts by Los Angeles’ top tastemakers, chefs and mixologists— all to support No Kid Hungry’s work to end childhood hunger in California and across the country. Participants include Angelini Osteria, Death & Company, Camphor, Poppy & Rose and more.
Website/ 627 N La Peer Dr 90069
Every Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 8 p.m. Disco Court atop La Peer Hotel in West Hollywood will host rooftop pickleball. In addition, there will be a DJ, menu and cocktails.
Website/ 6333 W 3rd St 90036
On June 10 at noon, Williams Sonoma at The Original Farmers Market will host a book signing for its latest cookbook, Williams Sonoma Test Kitchen At Home Favorites. Admission includes access to the event a signed copy of the books and the chance to meet Belle English, Devon Francis and Lena Wu from the Williams Sonoma Test Kitchen.
Website/ 9400 Culver Blvd 90232
On June 11 from 7 to 11 p.m., The Velvet Lounge at The Culver Hotel will transform into The Zero Proofed Speakeasy. Teaming up with non-alcoholic spirits brand Cut Above, the 21+ events welcomes Angelenos to enjoy zero proofed cocktails, live music, bites from Lillie’s and more. Tickets are available now.
Website/ 8500 Beverly Blvd 90048
On June 14 from 6 to 8 p.m., Angler Los Angeles will host a release party for spearfisherwoman and sustainability activist Valentine Thomas’ latest cookbook, Good Catch: A Guide to Sustainable Fish and Seafood with Recipes from the World's Oceans. Featuring a cocktail reception and sustainable seafood panel, Saison Hospitality culinary director chef Paul Chung has also created bites inspired by the book. Tickets are now available.
Website/ 141 S Grande Ave 90012
Beginning June 7, Asterid will host happy hour at its bar and lounge from 5 to 7 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. The menu will feature 10 items for $10, including its decadent Caviar Bites; a non-alcoholic cocktail and classic drinks, like the martini and hi-ball and a selection of wine and beer.
Website/ 1060 S Broadway 90015
Every Thursday night this summer, Cabra hosts a rotating series of DJs for its Sunset Deck Summer Series. Chef Stephanie Izard’s Peruvian-inspired rooftop bar will have a special menu just for the weekly event, which features three new large-format drinks (such as the Bird of Paradize spritz mande with select aperitivo, aged rum, pineapple, cava, club soda), Cabra’s signature snacks (like the Hot Chorizo Empanadas) and a selection of beers, wine and canned drinks.
Website/ 777 S Alameda St 90021
On June 4 at 10 a.m., the Celebrate Immigrans Tour will pop up at Smorgasburg at the ROW DTLA with an interactive public art installation celebrating immigrants. Visitors are encouraged to come share their immigrant heritage or that of a loved one by placing respective flags on the sculpture.
Website/ 501 N Main St 90012
On June 2 at 6:30 p.m., Hulu and Searchlight Pictures will host a free fan screening of Flamin’ Hot at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes, which will feature an introduction by director Eva Longoria and cast members Jesse Garcia and Annie Gonzalez.
Website/ 8804 Melrose Ave 90069
On June 9, Frwd will debut its first in-person shopping experience with a po-up store in West Hollywood curated by creative director Kendall Jenner. It will offer customers private and complementary styling sessions by appointment; will let customers drop off any Revolve or Fwrd returns and will showcase apparel from established and emerging designers, including vintage and rare pieces from Chanel, Dior, Jean Paul Gaultier and Gucci through the FWRD Renew platform. The Fwrd pop-up will be open until Aug. 13.
Website/ 500 Broadway 90401
On June 10, comedians Christopher Titus and Rachel Bradley will host GO Campaign’s Vintage Hollywood Benefit at The Park Santa Monica. The special evening will feature a curated group of more than two dozen wineries and food from the region’s top restaurants, including Jar, Tesse, Madre Mezcal, Flying Goat Cellars. Tickets are now available and 100% of net proceeds will benefit GO Campaign’s work in Southern California that provides assistance to local heroes who are creating change at the grassroots level to help vulnerable children in their communities thrive.
Website/ 1060 S Broadway 90015
On June 6 at 6:30 p.m., ches Stephanie Izard, Mei Lin and Joe Sasto will come together for the one-night-only dinner atop the Hoxton. The evening will begin poolside with a cocktail and small bites, followed by a family-style feast presented by the three chefs. Tickets are now available.
Website/ 4440 W Slauson Ave 90043
Supervsn Studios is opening its first-ever flagship store on Slauson. Founded in 2019 and coming off successful partnerships with Pacusun, Microsoft and Michael B. Jordan’s Creed III X Hennessy, the Los Angeles-based collective creates thought-provoking products, content and experiences that inspire creativity and spark conversations. The opening will be celebrated on June 3 at noon with Amazon Music’s Rap Rotation,a ribbon cutting ceremony and city certification on behalf of the office of Mayor Karen Bass.
Website/ 9641 Sunset Blvd 90210
Following May 10’s La La Land show, The Beverly Hills Hotel will have a screening of Clueless on June 7 as part of its poolside movie series. Rental of a private poolside cabana can accommodate up to four people and includes cocktails, a pre-fixe dinner menu, themed desserts and access to the snack bar. Reservations are open.
In June, Cinespia continues its outdoor season with screenings of The Lost Boys, The Spongebob SquarePants Movie, She’s All That, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Website/ 422 Vineland Ave 91602
On June 1 at 7 p.m., The Garland in North Hollywood is kickstarting Pride with the third annual Drag Yourself to the Valley. Hosted by Billy Francesca, the drag show will feature performances by RuPaul’s Drag Race queens Detox and Alyssa Edwards. VIP tickets also include reserved seating and a meet and greet with the queens.
House of The Macallan
Website/650 S Spring St 90014
From June 1 to 3 ( 4 to 10 p.m.), House of The Macallan will take over The Majestic for an immersive sensory experience that brings guests through The Macallan’s whiskies, history, craft and more. Registration for 21+ guests is now open.
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Website/ 307 Cliff Dr 92651
On June 4 at 5 p.m., the Laguna Art Museum will host the ‘70s-style inaugural gala for Just Gather, a charity that works to promote mental wellness for youth and families. The evening will include a silent auction, a short educational program, dancing and entertainment.
Website/ 22878 E Pacific Coast Hwy 90265
Malibu Beach Inn and Michelin-starred chef Luigi Fineo are teaming up on a unique Pasta Al Dente menu at Carbon Beach Club. Taking place June 4 and 11, the multi-course dining experience includes a welcome cocktail, amuse bouche, appetizer, a variety of pastas and the option for a black truffle supplement and wine pairing.
Website/ 101 Wilshire Blvd 90401
Presented by KCRW, Night Market at The Bungalow Santa Monica returns for its summer season. The weekly Thursday event will run from June 1 to Aug. 31 from 5 to 11 p.m. Open to all ages and dog-friendly, the kick-off will feature a vinyl DJ set from Mayer Hawthorne; vendors like Lobsterdamus, Tacos 1986, Cali Dumpling, The Arepa Stand and pop-up activations with Ketel One, 818 Tequila, Casa Del Sol and more.
Website/ 2025 Avenue of the Stars 90067
On June 2 at 6 p.m., the 30th annual Race to Erase MS Gala will take place at the Fairmont Century Plaza. Alongside live performances by Flo Rida and Siedah Garrett and a fashion show by Cinq à Sept, the evening will include a cocktail reception, live and silent auction and dinner. Tickets are now available.
Website/ 631 N Robertson Blvd 90069
On June 1 from 7 p.m. to midnight, Soulmate will host a Pride kickoff in its open-air space. The evening will feature musical performances, complimentary passed bites from 8 to 10 p.m., a DJ, drag queen hosts and cocktails for purchase. Bottle service and VIP tables will also be available. Be sure to RSVP.
You won’t want to miss out on these June events in Los Angeles.
Photography by: Courtesy of La Peer Hotel