Things to do for March 21, 2018

A Harrowing Zipline Adventure Over the San Gabriels

And That's You, the Star of Spielberg's New Film

By Hadley Tomicki

Wednesday
Wagyu Flights. Whisky and Sake Included.
PACIFIC MEAT

Wagyu Flights. Whisky and Sake Included.

Your personal philosophy on Japanese beef? There's never enough. Which is why you'll hit Roku to try its new wagyu flights, containing three dishes built around highly prized Bungo beef. Taste it as caviar-topped sushi, steak and skewers with paired sake, sochu and whisky. Wait, here we are telling the Bungo expert... 

Mar 19-25, $85, Roku Sunset, 9201 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, 310-278-2060

Friday
It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's You Soaring Over the San Gabriel Mountains
ZIP SERVICE

It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's You Soaring Over the San Gabriel Mountains

The San Gabriel Mountains are stirring from afar. But they're vastly more thrilling when you're screaming down a zipline over their pine forests, crossing sky bridges over soaring ravines and hitting speeds of 55 miles per hour. So maybe you ought to go do that this weekend.

Saturday
You're Starring in Spielberg's Next Movie. Kind Of.
THE MAZE OF OUR LIVES

You're Starring in Spielberg's Next Movie. Kind Of.

Saturday morning: You've been sucked into a real-life version of Spielberg's latest film, navigating a maze full of visual installations, interactive displays, recreated sets and tons of '80s nostalgia.
Saturday afternoon: You're at 3 Rooms, a trippy interactive walkthrough designed by Addias pro-skateboarder Na-kel Smith in Downtown.
Sunday: Everything just feels really normal.

Waffles + Beer = This
THE WAFFLE TRUTH

Waffles + Beer = This

If you're as human as we have always assumed you are, you enjoy beer and you enjoy waffles. Which are ideal traits in anybody attending this weekend's Waffle & Beer Fest in Downtown, where sweet and savory waffles will mix with lots of craft beer. Don't you think?

Sunday
Cars, Coffee and Relatively Few Comedians
RIDE AND GLORY

Cars, Coffee and Relatively Few Comedians

La Carretera. That means "the highway." But this Sunday, it also means a vintage-auto-filled fundraiser resembling the past's Panamericana races, featuring gleaming vehicles from the '50s, '60s and '70s with food, coffee and DJs playing LA's favorite oldies. On Monday, it goes back to meaning highway.

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Hadley Tomicki lives in Los Angeles. He is probably going nowhere on the 10 Freeway this very second.

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