L.A. Food Events Worth Nibbling On: October 31 Edition

A guide to the upcoming week’s most delicious happenings.

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Chinatown Dim Sum Costume Crawl — 10/31
Love wearing costumes but hate trick or treating? Head to Chinatown for the chance to both scare and be scared at this dim sum and craft beer crawl. Featured restaurants and breweries include Chego, Starry Kitchen, Ohana Brewing Company, and Figueroa Mountain Brewing Company. Special “Dishes of Horror” (made with only the most frightening ingredients, of course) are available for attendees who come in costume. Tickets are $70. More Information

Boos for Booze Culver City Cocktail Crawl — 10/31
Not everyone loves candy. At Culver City’s cocktail crawl, savory snack and drink options, which range from $4 to $7, include tastes of dishes like the fried chicken sandwich at The Corner Door and cocktails like The Omen (whiskey, yellow chartreuse, lemon, and Petal & Thorn vermouth) at A-Frame. More Information

65-Cent Martinis at Dominick’s — 11/4
Celebrate the 65th birthday of Dominick’s with 65-cent mini vodka martinis and a $45 dinner for two with steak pizzaiola and spaghetti and green beans. Bond snobs, be warned: martinis come shaken or stirred. More Information

Share Your Table for Share Our Strength — 11/4
CB2 in West Hollywood hosts former Top Chef Master competitor Neal Fraser and L.A. lifestyle photographer Bonnie Tsang for a Share Your Table dinner party. The $50 event includes dinner, drinks, and two hours of parking. Proceeds benefit the Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign. More Information

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