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    April Food News, Lifestyle and Things to Do by Shaena Engle

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    It’s food news, lifestyle and things to do in West Hollywood and Los Angeles areas, including special promotions and new restaurant openings in April.

    Holy Water Launches New Spring Menu
    Holy Water, West Hollywood’s cocktail bar owned by Woody Harrelson, has launched a new menu. Drinks include the Everything but the Garden Sink, a variation of a dirty martini servied with a spoonful of olive oil caviar and the Midwest Summer, a milkshake-esque coconut cream topped bourbon strawberry smash.

    Barry’s WeHo Brings Ride x Lift to West Hollywood
    Barry’s is bringing a new class to LA. Barry’s RIDE x LIFT is a 50-minute interval training-style class replacing Barry’s signature treadmill with a bike. Like Barry’s original workout, Barry’s RIDE X LIFT pairs the brand’s signature strength programming with cardio – through a lower-impact cardio offering. The programming on the floor still coincides with the daily muscle group focus in the Red Room to achieve results and help reduce the risk of injuries.

    Blue Bird Opens on The Sunset Strip
    The much anticipated opening of Blue Birdy on Sunset is here! Taking over the former location of Justin Quesos, at 8917 W Sunset Blvd, the new restaurant offers strong cocktails and varied menu that caters to carnivores and vegans – satisfying everyone in between.

    Salt & Straw Offers Special Snap & Crackle Marshmallow Treats Flavor
    Salt & Straw is offering their special Snap & Crackle Marshmallow Treats flavor for a limited time. The flavor includes marshmallow brown butter treats pressed and toasted into a lacy Florentine and churned throughout a toasted graham ice cream.

    The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch
    Now is the perfect time to visit the Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch with more than 50 acres of blooms and gardens as well as sunset wine tastings and music.

    Eataly Launches New Pasta Line
    Eataly is launching their first pasta line made with 100% heirloom Italian wheat and mountain spring water. From April 12 through 28, their LA store will celebrate the new collection with special menu dishes and hands on classes.

    Descanso Taqueria Wine Tasting Dinner
    On April 3, Descanso restaurant will be offering a wine tasting dinner event at 6pm. The four-course dinner pairs wines from the WX Wine Brand portfolio, $85, Descanso Restaurant in Costa Mesa, call 714.486.3798 for reservations.

    Randy’s Donuts Opens North Hollywood Location
    Randy’s Donuts has opened a new store in North Hollywood located at 4805 Vineland Avenue. In addition to donuts, they offer coffee, refreshers, boba and milkshakes.

    Tocaya Celebrates National Burrito Day
    Tocaya is celebrating National Burrito Day on April 4 by giving email subscribers free chips and guacamole with a purchase of one of their signature burritos.

    Valerie Confections Reintroduces Afternoon Tea
    Valerie Confections in Glendale has relaunched their Saturday afternoon tea just in time for spring. The tea includes assorted teas, crème fraiche scones, seasonal tea sandwiches and desserts, $75 per person, reservations at 213.739.8149.

    Ritz Carlton Bacara Santa Barbara Offers wine Dinners
    The Ritz Carlton Bacara in Santa Barbara is offering upcoming dinners featuring top winemakers. Upcoming dinners include April 26th with The Hilt Estate and May 16th with Grassini Family Vineyards. Seats are $195 per guest. Call 805.968.0100 for reservations.

    Los Angeles Athletic Club Launches Renovated Fitness Facility and New Famous Players Café
    The Los Angeles Athletic Club has completed a multimillion-dollar renovation project including enhanced 7th floor fitness facility and the opening of the new Famous Players Café from Chef Marcel Vigneron.

    Plaza West Covina Hosts Cherry Blossom Festival
    Plaza West Covina will be hosting it’s annual Cherry Blossom Festival on April 13 form 3 to 8pm. Indulge in Japanese and Japanese-American flavors, enjoy traditional dance performances and music and shop from a variety of unique vendors. The event will be held at 112 Plaza Drive in West Covina.

    Pure Leaf Launches Zero Sugar Sweet Tea
    Pure Leaf has launched a new Pure Leaf Zero Sugar Sweet Tea made from freshly picked, high-quality black tea leaves brewed fresh for each batch and creating a smooth, woody aroma with the perfect level of sweetness. Real brewed without artificial flavors, colors, concentrates, or preservatives, each bottle contains zero calories and zero grams of sugar. Available now at major retailers nationwide.

    Crisp Power Launces Plan Based Protein Pretzels
    Crisp Power, a brand committed to functional food, has crafted a pretzel that boasts high protein and low carb content, containing 6g of carbs and 27-28g of plant-based protein per 1.7oz pack. Each pack provides 56% of the daily value of protein.

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    Shaena Engle
    Shaena Engle
    Shaena Engle is a food, lifestyle and travel writer for a variety of publications, including the Los Angeles Times, Pasadena magazine, AOL, The Daily Meal, The San Diego Union Tribune and PokerPro magazine. She has interviewed top chefs including Lidia Bastianich, Michael Chiarello, Hubert Keller, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Jose Andres, and many others. She has authored three books, The Cheap Bastard’s Guide to Las Vegas (Globe Pequot Press), The Best Places to Kiss in Southern California (Beginning Press, a romantic travel guide) and Silver Linings: Triumphs of The Chronically Ill and Physically Challenged (Prometheus Books).  She is also an amateur magician and often writes on gambling, poker and magical happenings.  She also is a freelance consultant on restaurant, food, travel and hospitality public relations and marketing efforts.
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