This Week’s L.A. Happenings: Fishing With Dynamite, Bowling League, & Angel City Brewery

TUESDAY: Fishing With Dynamite Opens In Manhattan Beach
There’s an explosive way to catch and serve fish these days. Thank chef/owner David LeFevre, whose new, 36-seat seafood restaurant Fishing With Dynamite opens with a notable spark, blending old-school seafood dishes with "new-school" innovations. Think Miso Alaskan Black Cod with Gingered Eggplant and Thai Basil. Expect a rich, soulful menu in the confines of what one would consider a tiny, sun-drenched sea shack.

Fishing With Dynamite (1148 Manhattan Ave, Manhattan Beach) is now open. To make a reservation, visit the listing at BlackBook Guides.

MONDAY: Bowling & Caliche Rum Cocktails
Don’t expect a typical bowling league at The Spare Room inside the Hollywood Roosevelt on Monday nights. Here, it’s sorta like Grease 2, only everyone’s dancing to a live DJ, the T-Birds are hipsters, and the Pink Ladies are Mischa Barton-types. Starting tonight for the next six weeks, mixologist Naomi Schimek slings special Caliche Rum concoctions (like the No Ordinary Joe coffee cocktail) for late-night revelers.

The Spare Room’s Monday Night Bowling League at The Spare Room inside the Hollywood Roosevelt (7000 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood) starts tonight, April 29th, and runs every Monday for six weeks. Doors at 9:30 pm. For more information on The Spare Room and Hollywood Roosevelt, visit the listings at BlackBook Guides.

Saturday: Angel City Brewery’s Grand Opening Party
After relocating to Downtown LA after what beer lovers would consider an agonizing months of delayed renovations, Angel City Brewery is finally kicking off their grand opening with its first annual Heritage Festival. Expect tons of food trucks, live music, ribbon- cutting, drunk brewery tours, and good times, man.

Angel City Heritage Music & Arts Festival (216 S. Alameda St., Downtown) is from 11am to 6pm at the Angel City Brewery. To find out more about Angel City Brewery, check out the listing at BlackBook Guides. 

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