Concerts in Westwood


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  • Live Nation - G1
    Whether competing, hosting, or judging meals on Food Network, chef Aar?n S?nchez is a much loved culinary personality for in part for his enthusiasm, his love of guitars and motorcycles, and of course, his unmatched Latin fusion cuisine. At Crossroads Restaurant at House of Blues, he's designed his signature menu from the ground up, filling it with, in his words, "American classics through my eyes. Reimagined. Reinvented." Here, the parade of unique eats starts right at the top of the menu with a cornbread appetizer studded with jalapenos and blanketed in maple butter. His citrus-marinated pork chop is rubbed with adobo seasoning and served atop a black-eyed pea and butternut squash picadillo, and shrimp po-boys evoke the Big Easy. Since the dining room is right next to the House of Blues main stage, even concertgoers have enough time to finish up with a bourbon bread pudding or a slice of key lime pie.
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    ttn: Maria Moy 1100 Glendon Ave. Suite 1100
    Westwood, CA US
  • The Improv Space
    The Improv Space is a multifunctional comedy laboratory that both teaches and performs unscripted humor. Catch one of the troupe-hosted shows ($5–$10), such as the seasoned cast of Robert Downey Jr. Jr. performing Hometown Interview on Friday nights at 9:30 p.m. In this show, the cast interrogates an audience volunteer for tidbits about their hometown experiences to use as inspiration for a fully improvised comedy show, then the volunteer returns to his seat to apologize to his friends for using their real names.
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    954 Gayley Avenue
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • L.A. Theatre Works
    Founded in 1974, L.A. Theatre Works (LATW) is a non-profit media arts organization whose mission is to present, preserve and distribute significant classic and contemporary plays through audio recordings. Originally named “Artists in Prison,” the organization used theatre as a tool for creative expression by incarcerated men and women. In 1985, LATW began producing audio recordings of plays, which can now be found in some 11,000 U.S. libraries. The group’s catalogue consists of over 400 plays by classic and notable playwrights, many recorded by famous film and TV actors. In 2012, LATW began releasing e-books and apps as well, which accompany the audio performances – which are staged locally at UCLA’s James Bridges Theatre – and allows a user to read the text of a play as they listen to the recording. The company also tours nationally.
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    235 Charles E Young Drive
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Sonny Perry Dance
    Sonny Perry Dance is a teaching/ choreography and training service for dancers beginning to advanced in Ballroom/ Latin/ Swing/ Salsa/ Tango/ Events/ Shows/ Weddings.
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    10527 Santa Monica Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Byblos Restaurant
    High-backed tufted booths wrap around linen-draped tables dimly illuminated by flicking candles. Byblos Mediterranean Restaurant's cool blue glow—accented by vibrant green lights—creates a modern atmosphere where guests can nosh on made-from-scratch Lebanese dishes filled with premium meats and fresh vegetables. During regularly scheduled dinner shows that feature live entertainment, diners sate their appetites with pizza-like pitazzas, marinated kebabs, and multi-person platters. The restaurant also loosens up post-meal with late-night DJs, bands, and belly dancers who spend daylight hours as pumpkins.
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    1964 Westwood Blvd, Ste 110
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Laemmle Theatres
    In 1938, Kurt and Max Laemmle, the nephews of Universal Pictures founder Carl Laemmle, opened their very own movie house dedicated to Hollywood and foreign pictures alike. Though it's since grown to encompass seven locations, Laemmle Theaters is still a family-run business that remains dedicated to its original mission. A mix of blockbuster and art-house flicks are projected digitally into auditoriums with stadium seating, and share showtimes with special events such as premieres and one-night screenings. To spotlight smaller films, the Sneak Preview Club features upcoming movies for free, an easier way to see new releases than changing your name to Steven Spielberg. Complement each cinematic voyage with one of Laemmle Theaters' classic concessions, such as popcorn drenched in real butter.
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    11523 Santa Monica Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA US

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