This Week’s L.A. Happenings: Trois Mec & Bronzed Aussie Open, Jack Black At Largo

NOW: Trois Mec
Get familiar with Trois Mec’s web site. In fact, bookmark it now. It’s the only way you can get "tickets" to Ludo Lefebvre’s new restaurant inside a former pizza joint. The French king of pop-up restaurants and the familiar face on any of those food shows (Top Chef Masters, The Taste, his own Ludo Bites America) is dishing out a prix-fixe tasting menu for a maximum 26 guests a night.

Tickets to Trois Mec (716 N. Highland Ave., Hollywood) are $75 per person. Tickets must be bought on the web site every other Friday for the immediate following two-week period. For more information on Trois Mec, visit the BlackBook Guides.

MONDAY: Bronzed Aussie Opens Downtown
How to speak Australian: eat a freakin’ meat pie. Apparently it’s a thing in the motherland, and now Angelenos can get their hands on savory, puff pastries with the opening of the new, tiny joint Bronzed Aussie. Expect plenty of meat (pepper steak, lamb, etc) with veggie options to boot. 

Bronzed Aussie (714A S. Los Angeles St., Downtown) is now open. For more information, visit the listing at BlackBook Guides.

SUNDAY: Jack Black At Largo
The second annual “A Night of (At Least) 18 Laughs” at Largo features top comedians like Jack Black, Dana Gould, Will Forte, Jeffrey Ross, and surprise guests (rumors include Kristen Wiig). Proceeds go to OneKid OneWorld.

Tickets to “A Night of (At Least) 18 Laughs” at Largo (366 N. La Cienega Blvd., W. Hollywood) are $100/$150 for VIP tickets. For more information on Largo and to buy a ticket, visit the listing at BlackBook Guides. 

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