Things to Eat, Drink, and Do in Los Angeles This Weekend (October 5 to 7)

There's a whole city to explore out there!

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The weekend shouldn’t just be used for errands — you've earned the right to live a little after a long week! We don’t know about you, but we don’t want to waste a single second of it. When Friday rolls around, we're ready to start the fun — and this is what we’ll be doing in Los Angeles!

EAT IT UP

FEED YOUR INNER FOODIE AT SMORGASBURG LA (10/7)

Every Sunday, you can go to the Alameda Produce Market in DTLA and try foods you’ve never had before! There’s no shortage of creativity at Smorgasburg LA. There are dishes like vegan donut ice cream sandwiches, churro bites topped with Fruity Pebbles, and bacon, egg, cheese, and avocado sandwiches. Plus, there are new offerings every week!

SEE IT UP

WATCH CHICAGO (2002) ON A ROOFTOP (10/5)

Come on, babe, why don’t we paint the town … at the Rooftop Cinema Club? The NeueHouse location in Hollywood will be showing the incredible musical film Chicago at 7:15 p.m. Arrive at 6:30 p.m. to enjoy cocktails, street food, and sunset views before the screening. Get your ticket here.

WATCH HALF-BAKED (1998) ON A ROOFTOP (10/7)

It’s the 20th anniversary of Half-Baked! In celebration, the Rooftop Cinema Club will be showing the film at the NeueHouse location at 7:30 p.m. this Sunday. Arrive at 6:30 p.m. to enjoy cocktails, street food, and sunset views before the screening. Get your ticket here.

DO IT UP

BE BRAVE ON THE QUEEN MARY’S DARK HARBOR HALLOWEEN ATTRACTION (10/4 to 10/7)

The Queen Mary is known for being haunted, but this Halloween attraction is a whole different story. The Dark Harbor event features monsters and ghosts, creepy mazes, secret chambers, rides, and 4D panic experience, as well as eerie bars and a hookah lounge. Basically, it’s for people who really love Halloween. And if you really love it, you can stay overnight on the ship. Get your ticket now for this weekend now! You can also get tickets for Oct. 11 to 14, Oct. 18 to 21, Oct. 25 to 28, and Oct. 31 to Nov. 2.

VISIT THE UPSIDE DOWN AT UNIVERSAL HALLOWEEN HORROR NIGHTS (through 11/3)

Universal Studios has officially kicked off Halloween Horror Nights! This year, you can expect attractions inspired by Stranger Things, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, The Walking Dead, and more! You already know that it’s going to scary-good, so get your tickets now.

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