This Saturday night from 5 to 10 p.m., downtown L.A. wine bar Corkbar celebrates two successful years by offering a small menu of $2 tasting plates. The anniversary menu from chef Albert Aviles includes pork sausage sliders on a pretzel bun, mac 'n cheese with pasilla chiles and pork tenderloin with Israeli couscous.
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Ale freaks can tap into the keg of Lagunitas Brewery's Little Sumpin' Sumpin beer, typically only available by the bottle ($8/glass). Corkbar will also crack open a few jeroboams of Qupé, including the 2008 Rousanne ($20/glass) and the 2005/2006 Hillside Estate Syrah ($21/glass). You've spent less money on food so you can splurge on wine, right?